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Is Artificial Intelligence Helping China Spy on Its Citizens?

China has constructed the largest and most automated system for surveillance of its citizens ever seen in human history. http://ow.ly/J29AB
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So many different factors influence the climate, trying to understand them all is a daunting task. For Gavin Schmidt, they're an opportunity. Check out his climate models, designed to help explain ...
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Piketty on China's 'Clear Advantage'

In his bestseller, Thomas Piketty explains why China has performed so well thus far — and how it can continue to do so.
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((I hope that one day, all people will realize this:


Not all Koreans are from S. Korea, nor are they all from N. Korea. I'm constantly being asked if I'm N. Korean or S. Korean, when it's kind of obvious where I came from, if I were to live in the U.S. I wish people will realize that Korea might as well be forever separated, if they keep on separating them like that. The World keeps on saying "Oh, North Koreans suck" and that automatically makes people want to believe they're South Korean (Which most of them are, but you get the idea.). ))

((I also wish that people would stop hating on people who want N. Korea and S. Korea together. I don't see anything wrong with it, and heck, I support it. They used to be together, so why not come back together? Sure, there's the whole communist thing, and the dictatorship thing and such, but in reality, all Koreans are the same. It seems wrong that now they're divided by "North or South?" , when they've been together up until the 20th century.))


((And lastly, I wish people would stop hating on North Korea. It's not the people that are bad (at least most of them), it's not the resources, and if people bothered to stay and study for a bit, they would find out North Korea is communist/dictatorship. Which means, one person, or the government control everything. The people don't know that there's a life out there better than theirs, they don't know that their leader(s) are hiding things from them. They don't know anything about what happens outside of what their leader(s) tell them. So, actually, it's the Government's fault. They're greedy, and to be honest, in my opinion, they're the ones that need to get rid of, not the actual country itself. Because then you're killing innocent people that didn't know any better than what they were raised by.))

((Because either way, Korea is Korea.))

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The Generation Gap on Korean Unification

Young South Koreans have a new sense of distance from North Korea — and a corresponding apathy toward unification.
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Back on the #beach life though. #Florida #FortMyers 
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    Psychology, Germanic Studies, 2006 - 2011