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I should not meet children... It makes me feel like having some meself... 
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There are times, when you try, try and try... but you just can't get away. Not from yourself, nor from your duty. I think I should have taken the exit left.
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Hmm... interesting. But a real proof that even muslims don't like muslim extremist. A no-brainer, really.
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That's about right.

With a small addition: If you switch 2 or more words, it may make some sense, but it's something entirely different from what the author originally meant to create :D
 
Programming is like writing a book, except ...
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Someone, somewhere:
"AI, is tthis pr0n?"
"Yes"
"Recognize the genre?"
"Yes"
"Find me more!!!"
 
Google Just Open Sourced TensorFlow, Its Artificial Intelligence Engine

Well, this morning, Google took O’Reilly’s idea further than even he expected. It’s not selling access to its deep learning engine. It’s open sourcing that engine, freely sharing the underlying code with the world at large. This software is called TensorFlow, and in literally giving the technology away, Google believes it can accelerate the evolution of AI. Through open source, outsiders can help improve on Google’s technology and, yes, return these improvements back to Google.
In a dramatic departure, Google is open sourcing software that sits at the heart of its online empire.
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This is entirely correct.
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Oh, I've been wondering, what's been going on. I obviously haven't been sharing my content publicly. I apologize, that was actually by mistake.

I am an idiot.
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Really? No method? How about this, genius:

There are STRANDED MIGRANTS at borders of Greece.
There is a huge amount of migrants still aiming for EU.

Why? Dear Frau Merkel opened up her big mouth and called out to Syria and technically each and every poor country around Africa and said:
"Come over, have some free money and living!"

Now... life in Europe may not be as bad, but you still have to work and EARN the money.

1. Disillusionment of those who got through, going after the vision of new El-Dorado and "Free lunch with cake" -> Unrest INSIDE EU.

2. People travelled a long way, now they get stuck at the borders. I don't know about you, but I'd be VERY angry. Mind you, we're talking about nationalities to whom physical casual violence is fairly common. They will be VERY angry and feel VERY cheated. For now, it's calm. But some of the people who got there, paid money, lost their family members in sea and who-knows-what-ordeals. They need to eat, places to sleep. And winter is behind the door.

3. Those people, who aren't actually refugees, will be quite angry with Merkel. Maybe they'll feel like taking a small revenge. Not all of them, I grant you. But many will.

Do I need to paint you a picture? Really?

Ok, potentially MILLIONS fresh ISIS members. Or allies of ISIS. Doesn't actually matter, which.

Good job, Frau Merkel. You quite probably killed Europe, since we cannot allow genocide, but the other side doesn't share your moral convictions.

You do remember, that Chess actually came from muslims?
Why trying to think like the Islamic State is so hard—and risky.
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+graham hough  If I remember correcly, the answer to that "Battle cry" was:
"Wrong" and a crossbow bolt >.> Well... several crossbow bolts, to be more precise.

I agree with the rest, for the most part. Ping me somehow, because it's late, I had a long day and I don't trust myself to post something longer and sensible at this point in time.
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And now one standing ovation for this man.

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After the FDA decided he could no longer experiment on people with paralysis, Phil Kennedy went to Belize and paid a surgeon $25,000 to implant electrodes into his brain in order to establish a connection between his motor cortex and a computer.

"After returning home to Duluth, Georgia, Kennedy began to toil largely alone in his speech lab." "He says he determined that different combinations of the 65 neurons he was recording from consistently fired every time he spoke certain sounds aloud, and also fired when he imagined speaking them -- a relationship that is potentially key to developing a thought decoder for speech."

The electrodes had to be removed after a few weeks.
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This guy does great commentaries... uses a bit strong language at times, but frankly, it's not too bad.

Also: In his newer vids he does comment quite well on some prez candidates.

I can most wholeheartedly recommend the channel.
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This is how a hacker actually looks like. And this is how hacking actually works:
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To je jak mat na Smartfonoch NANDove flashky ktorych gate-y su marknute ako nepristupne ale da sa z nich citat....
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All in all mostly harmless, but a sick basterd nevertheless.

Also... if I post something offensive, it's almost certainly not meant as an offense. I generally tend to say things bluntly and/or harshly. Simply because I hate sugarcoating.

As for adding people on my side: I generally review what your posts are about. If I find the content interesting, I'll add you. You don't have to add me back, if you don't feel like it, but I'll be happy if I can pique your interest.

As for the content of my posts... I post/reshare whatever I find interesting, be it science, politics, economics or events anywhere around the world. There is plenty of information out there and it's impossible to piece a +/- consistent picture, unless you learn some things you later find not so important.

All my posts are public, as far as I'm aware, except those which I wasn't able to set as public. I do try to fix that whenever possible.

Oh... and... I'm not posting my picture. Two reasons:
1) I don't find myself particularly appealing
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