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I don't think these "over-pundits" get that people aren't stupid. They see them being nastier than Trump has been to anyone, and it's turning working class people off. They see a witch hunt. It doesn't even matter if he deserves it. It's accomplishing the opposite of what they want. It's helping him. 
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The Machine Learning Master Algorithm

This is a great, accessible talk on machine learning, the five major learning paradigms, and efforts to combine them all into one Master Algorithm that uses the strengths of all five approaches to create the best, most flexible, and most effective learning machines.

The five approaches are:
- Identify and Fill Knowledge Gaps
- Neural Network Learning
- Evolutionary Learning
- Bayesian Learning
- Learning by Analogy

There are good examples of where each is used, what their strengths are, and discussion of how the core practitioners or tribes of each tend to think that their way is best. Thanks to whoever first shared this one here, I've had this in Watch Later for a while and can't remember who it was.

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>When Donald Trump began his improbable run for president 15 months ago, he offered his wealth and television celebrity as credentials, then slyly added a twist of fearmongering about Mexican “rapists” flooding across the Southern border.

From that moment of combustion, it became clear that Mr. Trump’s views were matters of dangerous impulse and cynical pandering rather than thoughtful politics. Yet he has attracted throngs of Americans who ascribe higher purpose to him than he has demonstrated in a freewheeling campaign marked by bursts of false and outrageous allegations, personal insults, xenophobic nationalism, unapologetic sexism and positions that shift according to his audience and his whims.

Now here stands Mr. Trump, feisty from his runaway Republican primary victories and ready for the first presidential debate, scheduled for Monday night, with Hillary Clinton. It is time for others who are still undecided, and perhaps hoping for some dramatic change in our politics and governance, to take a hard look and see Mr. Trump for who he is. They have an obligation to scrutinize his supposed virtues as a refreshing counterpolitician. Otherwise, they could face the consequences of handing the White House to a man far more consumed with himself than with the nation’s well-being.

Here’s how Mr. Trump is selling himself and why he can’t be believed.


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Two heads of the same monster
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I think we may have adequately explored zombies for awhile. It might be time to explore ideas of the Clownpocalypse as an ending story for humans.

http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2016/09/24/495298587/sinister-clowns-are-scaring-people-in-multiple-states
This may be your worst nightmare: Reports are emerging from multiple states of alarming interactions with people in clown clothing.
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Considering all the guns, you'd think the evil clown problem would be pretty much eliminated by now. 
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Focusing on developing technologies and the future of work is what will continue to make America great, not electing some blowhard gameshow host "strongman" who will start a trade war over a Twitter insult.
On Wednesday, we gathered a group of experts to discuss Donald Trump’s priorities in science. Now it’s Hillary Clinton’s turn. After studying C-SPAN transcript data, we came up with three topics th…
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+Ronald Stepp ohwell. Politics in a nutshell.
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Read this book. Seriously.

Well, all the rest in the series first. But yeah, read this.
So it’s been a busy summer. Fawk. I answered next to no emails. The computer I’m writing on this very moment is my only portal to the web, which tends to play laser light show to my kit…
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>According to POLITICO’s five-day analysis, Trump averaged one falsehood every 3 minutes and 15 seconds over nearly five hours of remarks.
POLITICO fact-checked both candidates for a week. This is what we found.
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1차 토론은 클린턴 승리 ^^
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Do the issues matter to you when you consider who you are voting for?

One interesting exercise is actually take a look at the "issues" pages the Republican and Democrat candidates have up.

Take a look at each and let me know what you think. It is really quite funny.

https://www.hillaryclinton.com/issues/
https://www.donaldjtrump.com/issues

Unsurprising, Trump basically has a series of short clips of him making bombastic Trumpian statements such as being "the best job-creating president god has ever created" There aren't very many details.

Meanwhile, Clinton has facts, figures, follow-up links, actual meaningful pieces on each issue. It's not just her shouting at a camera.

Does this matter to you at all when considering who to vote for? I think there is some merit to judging the candidate simply on their own personal merits. The classic idea of voting for the candidate you'd "want to have a beer with." Someone her is likable, trustworthy. Someone that you think has personal integrity.

Or do you care more about what they are actually proposing considering the matter at hand - you know, actually participating in the government and working towards specific policy proposals.

I mean, I guess for me it's easy on both counts. I think that Trump is not only an outrage against reasonable and civil behavior, but also doesn't have any clear policy proposals.

As an additional prompt for comments, which policies specifically matter to you? Are you a single issue voter?

CC: +Yonatan Zunger +Andreas Schou +Robert Scoble +Daniel Estrada (it isn't October yet!) +Jon Lawhead
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My issues are whether a blowhard or a criminal gets elected. Our system is the reason I have to ask myself which of the two I can "settle" for. AS much as I wish there were other alternatives.. if you can hardly bear to elect one of the two main choices we have, what chance do the others have in this country in this atmosphere. Not many people even KNOW there are other choices because everything is as Trump says, "rigged."

In this he is right, the entire system is set up to only really support or acknowledge two choices. This is partly reinforced by the fact that nobody from a third or other party has ever BEEN elected President in this country.

So ask yourself. Do you want a blowhard who hasn't really provided a shred of evidence that he really takes the job seriously yet, though he seems to have figured out how to avoid all the normal traps that keep a third or fourth party candidate out of office? Because make no mistake, Trump IS basically a third party candidate who can put on a show that confuses the media and his "official" party and has thus sidestepped all the traps and pitfalls that would have destroyed anyone without his unique brand of showmanship.

Or do you want a criminally incompetent "public servant" who made millions while "serving the public" in office?
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>You did this to us.

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just delete all the Bonnets and it would probably be snappy and tasty.
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