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If you don't train the AI, who will? Poor thing currently has this to work with for recognizing "monkey".

(j/k, it needs all interpretations of monkey, these should not be excluded).
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The BI elevator pitch via street theater/caroling during holiday shopping season -

I'm strongly thinking of doing this. Anyone interested?
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Great! Thanks, Victor. I'll bring the idea up in our next meeting. The Createathon looks like just my thing too, thanks for the link!
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When a sailor couple has a baby, what do you ask them?

Is it a buoy or a gull?
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Today is Openly Secular Day! Hi Internet, I'm secular.
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Super Smash Games, Seattle WA. Taken from their Facebook site.
8th Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98107
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Train AI with your crappy drawings! 
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So California DMV says that driverless cars must have a way for a human driver to take over "in case of an emergency". Isn't this something like saying you want a doctor tending to your health with the latest technology, unless it's critical in which case you want a random person with, idk, a spatula?
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Having included the rest of that sentence

 So California DMV says that driverless

Doesn't materially change things.
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I keep seeing articles asking who is liable in a self-driving car. Do we care more about blame than safety? Self-driving cars are so much safer, it's ridiculous. Sorting out details is fine, but let's not drag our feet; there are lives to be saved.
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I believed this would happen. Glad to hear it!
 
Today, we’re launching 60+ new personalized genetic reports. See what your DNA says about your health, traits and ancestry, compare with family and friends and participate in 23andMe research. www.23andMe.com
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Happiest disvovery of my day: live flowers can be used as a stylus on my phone and tablet.
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#ChromeSelfie

This is embarrassing and probably an April fool's joke, right?
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Google messed a little and let's you showv1/2 a face... %
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I just read about how "artist elephants" are forcibly trained to paint predetermined designs for the profit of the tourism camps they're imprisoned in.

The article is here: http://www.onegreenplanet.org/animalsandnature/why-making-an-elephant-paint-is-cruel-not-cute/

...and here you can sign a petition asking TripAdvisor to provide their users with warnings about attractions that rely on animal cruelty:
https://www.change.org/p/tripadvisor-warn-people-of-animal-cruelty-at-tourist-attractions
Each year, thousands of tourists flock to attractions where animals are the stars, without the knowledge of the cruelty inflicted in order for them to act in these ways. This cruelty is often veiled by showmanship and fun. The reality is, these attractions are all too often built on disturbing mistreatment and abuse... and our tourist dollars are funding it.  Most notably and arguably the most upsetting, are the popular elephant trekking ex...
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Freelance Designer/Animator
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animator, designer, and technology enthusiast
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I'm a freelance designer/animator with a keen interest in technology, art, and social justice - especially when they intersect.
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The free breakfast buffet is truly phenomenal. Location is near several local attractions and some awesome vegetarian restaurants. Independent tour guides are ready for you outside the entrance anytime. Hotel staff are extremely courteous, we never even had to open a door during our stay :) I docked a star because I feel the pictures on their listing were not truly representative, the place is much smaller than it looks in the listing.
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Great smoothies, baked goods, and food right in the heart of Greenwood. Gets a lot of sunlight and has a rotating art display. It's close to other shopping sites, which makes it a very convenient place to grab a quick bite.
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It may be small, but the food is great and affordable, with the best vegan options and a wide selection of salsas. Not much for desert, but their drink lineup is a winner.
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This place lets you reserve your seats in advance so you get to sit exactly where you want. Also the seats are spaced apart in pairs with little divider tables in between pairs. This is perfect for a movie night with your sweetie. Also, they sell alcoholic drinks which you can take into the movie with you. Good food too. The ambiance of the place makes any movie a real luxury outing. I wish they had a broader selection of films, I would see them all here.
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BE WARNED - their spiciness chart runs 1 star higher than any other Thai restaurant. If you usually order a 3, be sure to make it a 2 here. Other than that the food is delicious, with lots of fresh flavors and a diverse selection of noodles to choose from. Lots of vegan "meat" options too - I recommend the "duck" and "chicken". The rice pudding desert is great too.
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Great vegetarian choices, succulent broth.
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