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This idea is genius. Having spent my early career in the dot-com boom working at a start-up that specialized in creating brokerages and exchanges for fresh produce. The blockchain makes total sense for this industry. It's all about variables, logistics and contracts. Some of these variables might apply to variety, lot grown, price and taste. Logistics and contracts determine whether a tomato ends up on your dinner plate or your dog's kibble bowl.

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GE, Siemens, and HP are all placing their bets on the future of this manufacturing process, and while 3D printing is currently reserved most often for weaker materials such as paper or plastic, this stainless steel process triples the strength of the material.

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Jesus! Now the conversation has moved to concealed carry in church? WTF!?!

I feel like I'm getting to the point where I could give two shits about these mass shooting victims in Texas. Why? Because their culture is too fucking tarded to identify the problem of mass shootings being gun-related.

So sad about this, I hate feeling this way. I know it's wrong, but the cognitive dissonance on this issue is at a level beyond my ability to actually process it.
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Snickering #InspiroBot
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The system is called Taco, for tensor algebra compiler. In computer-science parlance, a data structure like the Amazon table is called a "matrix," and a tensor is just a higher-dimensional analogue of a matrix. If that Amazon table also mapped customers and products against the customers' product ratings on the Amazon site and the words used in their product reviews, the result would be a four-dimensional tensor.

"Sparse representations have been there for more than 60 years," says Saman Amarasinghe, an MIT professor of electrical engineering and computer science (EECS) and senior author on the new paper. "But nobody knew how to generate code for them automatically. People figured out a few very specific operations—sparse matrix-vector multiply, sparse matrix-vector multiply plus a vector, sparse matrix-matrix multiply, sparse matrix-matrix-matrix multiply. The biggest contribution we make is the ability to generate code for any tensor-algebra expression when the matrices are sparse."

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What is a CapsNet or Capsule Network?

What is a Capsule Network? What is a Capsule? Is CapsNet better than a Convolutional Neural Network (CNN)? In this article I will talk about all the above questions about CapsNet or Capsule Network released by Hinton. There is an expectation from you as a reader. You need to be aware of CNNs.

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I've been spending the last week among other things, retroactively writing API documentation for a REST based system that's honestly a peice of shit.

The system was inherited from a previous team and is currently being completely refactored. Pretty much every sin has been commited here: mispelled request/response parameters, method names in URLS, duplicate response data in multiple APIs and a whole slew of other nasties.

This song comes at a perfect time.

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So, at what point are we going to start looking for a fricken shark tank in the basement of one of his homes? He spent 1.7 on home automation; sounds like a needed trap door and retractable plank to me?

In addition, he held three U.S. Passports, 55 offshore bank accounts, a burner phone and a consulting job rigging elections around the world. That's Bond-level villiany.

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This is pretty epic!
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