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Open Source Release of TensorFlow

I'm very excited to announce the open source release of the TensorFlow machine learning library that I and many others at Google have been building.

This blog post gives an overview:
  http://googleresearch.blogspot.com/2015/11/tensorflow-googles-latest-machine_9.html

The web site has a number of tutorials and documentation about the system:
  http://tensorflow.org

The source is on GitHub:
  https://github.com/tensorflow/tensorflow

You might also be interested in the whitepaper we've prepared that describes TensorFlow in more detail:
  http://tensorflow.org/whitepaper2015.pdf

We'd love to hear what people think.

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Vantablack

"The material, called Vantablack, absorbs all but 0.035% of the incident light that bounces off it, meaning your eyes essentially can’t see it — you can only see the space around it, and then infer that there must be something occupying that eerie abyss."

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Now this is an IoT starter kit. Get ready for some awesome updates to Windows10 IoT core! http://msft.it/6262BMkEQ
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Automatic Guitar Tuning.
Join the Simple Science and Interesting Things Community and share interesting stuff! https://plus.google.com/communities/117518490246975838002

Standard tuning defines the string pitches as E, A, D, G, B, and E, from lowest (low E) to highest (high E). Standard tuning is used by most guitarists, and frequently used tunings can be understood as variations on standard tuning
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guitar_tunings

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This is the majority illusion—the local impression that a specific attribute is common when the global truth is entirely different.
The Social-Network Illusion That Tricks Your Mind

Network scientists have discovered how social networks can create the illusion that something is common when it is actually rare.

What do we want? Time travel. When do we want it? It's irrelevant. - Terminator Genisys

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10 Daily Ideas List | Sep 11 2015 | Kindly choose your best and worst picks...

1. App. Call it: In Life Purchase or ILP. Compare to “in app purchase” where people buy digital nonsense for 99 cents to 99 dollars. Instead, people get app notifications about real world causes they can pay small amounts for. Not kickstarter because it’s an ongoing service that rotates through ongoing causes.

2. Parody. Call it: Animated Gif Screenshots. Otherwise known as regular gifs, or pictures.

3. Service. Call it: Soundtracks. A streaming audio service for existing movies and TV shows. Think Netflix without video. Less bandwidth, less data, for people who listen to cinematic adventures without watching.

4. App. Local school bus tracker. Allows parents to see realtime updates of where bus is for pick ups and drop offs.

5. Service. Call it: Gas me. On demand, real time local service for requesting roadside gas delivery. Reason: People run out of gas, and most roadside services call tow truck driver who charges excessive markup. Think: Uber, for gas delivery.

6. Cookbook. For parents who are not cooks. Nothing fancy, based on reviews from real parents and food their kids actually eat.

7. Product. Call it: Drinkometer or Drinkme, or LifeLiter. Water bottle consumption tracker. Fits on or near opening and measures daily water consumption. For people who need to drink enough water daily.

8. Product. Updated tire boot. Use a light collapsible metal frame that fits alongside tires instead of bulky metal boot under.

9. Product. Dual screen fold back phone, allows touch screen on back while viewing front screen, without fingers blocking view.

10. Website. Call it: CandAid. For political candidate followers to easily donate, socially share, reference current candidate news. OR publicly spotlight candidates with how much or little aid they give to others.

For more Daily Ideas, follow me: @MattCandid on Twitter
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10 Daily Ideas List | Sep 11 2015 | Kindly choose your best and worst picks...

1. App. Call it: In Life Purchase or ILP. Compare to “in app purchase” where people buy digital nonsense for 99 cents to 99 dollars. Instead, people get app notifications about real world causes they can pay small amounts for. Not kickstarter because it’s an ongoing service that rotates through ongoing causes.

2. Parody. Call it: Animated Gif Screenshots. Otherwise known as regular gifs, or pictures.

3. Service. Call it: Soundtracks. A streaming audio service for existing movies and TV shows. Think Netflix without video. Less bandwidth, less data, for people who listen to cinematic adventures without watching.

4. App. Local school bus tracker. Allows parents to see realtime updates of where bus is for pick ups and drop offs.

5. Service. Call it: Gas me. On demand, real time local service for requesting roadside gas delivery. Reason: People run out of gas, and most roadside services call tow truck driver who charges excessive markup. Think: Uber, for gas delivery.

6. Cookbook. For parents who are not cooks. Nothing fancy, based on reviews from real parents and food their kids actually eat.

7. Product. Call it: Drinkometer or Drinkme, or LifeLiter. Water bottle consumption tracker. Fits on or near opening and measures daily water consumption. For people who need to drink enough water daily.

8. Product. Updated tire boot. Use a light collapsible metal frame that fits alongside tires instead of bulky metal boot under.

9. Product. Dual screen fold back phone, allows touch screen on back while viewing front screen, without fingers blocking view.

10. Website. Call it: CandAid. For political candidate followers to easily donate, socially share, reference current candidate news. OR publicly spotlight candidates with how much or little aid they give to others.

For more Daily Ideas, follow me: @MattCandid on Twitter
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STAYIN' ALIVE ON CORUSCANT

This is my new favorite thing: a masterfully-edited supercut of every nightclub/dance scene in every major scifi film, seamlessly integrated into one phenomenal, star-studded alloy of pure Awesomium. 

Why are you still reading? Go watch it! I guarantee you will laugh out loud every time a new character makes an entrance...or exit.

#geek   #scifi   #yourdailyawesome   #yourewelcome   
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