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Kudos the the NBA. Unfortunately the +NFL has lost touch with reality and basic human kindness. They have left a bitter taste in my mouth.

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"China unveils high school AI textbook." "The nine-chapter book was penned by an all-star lineup, including the chairman of one of the world's most valuable AI startups, SenseTime. The company is best known for providing China's police with facial recognition-based surveillance software."

"The opening chapter, titled 'Artificial Intelligence: The Beginning of a New Era', follows the story of a young man named Ming Ming in the year 2028. Each morning, he wakes up to the soothing voice of a virtual assistant, eats breakfast prepared by a cooking robot, and travels around in a self-driving car."

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Jeff Bezos outlines Blue Origin's space colony ambitions https://engt.co/2L1brn8

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One release date we missed this week is for indie title Sleep Tight. Nintendo of America revealed earlier this week that the childhood fears themed shooter is coming to the Nintendo Switch on 26th July. Here’s what Nintendo posted about the game as well…

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Our Test Engineers create test plans and diagnose highly complex hardware or software issues as we develop our products. Learn more about the role and apply to join the Hardware team → https://goo.gl/ZPC8Ee
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Vegas gives LeBron James a record over/under line for Game 7: Gamblers can bet whether James will score more or less than 38 points in Game 7. He's averaged 34.9 points in seven career Game 7s. http://dlvr.it/QVJgPz

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"For data-hungry AI companies  --  and startups and researchers specifically  --  the GDPR may prove a nightmare. Its Section 4, article 22 requires a 'right to explanation' for users on decisions made by automated or AI algorithm systems. Any European data subject has the right to opt out of a decision made by automated processing or AI that produces legal effects on them  --  for example the refusal of an online credit application or e-recruiting practices."

"Some believe this provision will hurt AI research and may even roll back AI progress. AI algorithms can produce results from within a 'black box,' in other words using a process that scientists themselves cannot explain.

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https://youtu.be/7724Sbbm730
Here is a slideshow of NASA Space GIFS With Music. For more Videos on Space,Rock Music,News,Reviews And More. Subscribe and Like For More

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Moonwalking: Ex-NASA astronauts describe lunar experience
BBC News | The death on Saturday, May 26, of former U.S. astronaut Alan Bean means there are now just four men alive who can describe what it is like to set foot on the Moon's surface....China has said it aims to land astronauts on the Moon by the 2030s.
The last U.S. mission to the Moon, Apollo 17, blasted off shortly before midnight on December 7, 1972. Its crew spent three days on the lunar surface, collecting samples and conducting experiments.

The Last Four Apollo Moonwalkers
Charles Duke: Born October 3, 1935
David Scott: Born June 6, 1932
Harrison Schmitt: Born July 3, 1935
Edwin 'Buzz' Aldrin: Born January 20, 1930

Click on article link below to read more...
www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-44270528

Credit: +BBC News
Release Date: May 27, 2018

+NASA's Kennedy Space Center
+NASA Johnson Space Center

#NASA #Space #Science #Moon #Apollo #Astronauts #Moonwalkers #Heroes #JSC #UnitedStates #Explorers #SolarSystem #History #STEM #Education #Tribute #BBCNews

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A match of women's rugby https://www.paolodalprato.com/rugby-finale-valsugana-ringhio

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5 Healthiest Foods for Eyesight
#Health #Eyesight #HealthiestFood #EyeCare #Trending
https://inlifestyle.info/5-healthiest-foods-for-eyesight/
Eyes are one of precious thing in a body of human being. Eyes are also sensitive and really important part for any living thing of the world. If you want to spend quality of life so you also need care of your body and eyes. We see countless people in all over the world those are using spectacles in their life because they are facing eyesight problem in normal routine.
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That's how CNN's Brian Stelter framed the debate over how the press should cover the president's false statements.

"We need to distinguish between a deflection, an exaggeration and a straight up lie," he said on Sunday's Reliable sources.

A fresh debate about the "L word" has been raging on social media in recent days, provoked by a string of false claims from the president.

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Huawei's bootloader unlock program will soon be no more #huawei

Third-party ROMs allow smartphone owners to customize and mod their device in just about any way feasible. As if Android was not customizable enough, some Android OEMs elect to support bootloader unlocking. Huawei is one of them and to keep its devices…

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Cavs vs. Celtics: Score, updates, highlights from Game 7 of East finals: Will the Cavs or Celtics punch their ticket to the NBA Finals? Follow along here for live updates from Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals. http://dlvr.it/QVJMbv

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Created some great new text ads? To reach your goals, you’ll need to track how you’re doing.

Check out this video where you'll learn how to set up conversion tracking in AdWords » https://goo.gl/1HDM8s

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The Microsoft Store Version of iTunes Is Actually Better: How to Switch Over

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What to Think About Before Buying a Used Smartphone: New isn’t always better, but there are three key things to consider before you take the pre-owned plunge. http://dlvr.it/QVJLvZ #tech, #gear #google, #news

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Former #US President George H.W. Bush hospitalized https://goo.gl/Lc5fbW

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Come ooooon! Look at the cool stretch goals!

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"According to the Russian tech website cnews.ru, the size of the AI/machine learning market in the country was less than $12 million in 2017. That's estimated to grow, and markedly, to some $460 million by 2020. Still, the figure is dwarfed by the roughly $7.4 billion that the Pentagon budgeted last year on AI and allied fields like big data and cloud computing."

"About three miles north of the Kremlin, in a small office inside a high-rise building, Kukharenko is seated at his computer close to a large window, silhouetted against Moscow's skyline. On his computer screen is a photograph of a woman's face with a fine net of tiny white lines displayed across it. It's a depiction, he tells me, of the facial recognition software that he and several fellow computer geeks developed and then used as a springboard to start their company, NtechLab."

"Last November, NtechLab aced out 16 competitors to win the Face Recognition Prize Challenge, a competition run by the Office of the US Director of National Intelligence, outstripping the others in terms of both accuracy and speed of recognition."

"For now, Russia's drive for AI parity is concentrated primarily on its military. In Syria, Moscow uses AI-equipped drones as well as an AI-equipped unmanned underwater vehicle that seeks out unexploded ordnance. The Russian armed forces also have ambitious plans to implement AI technology in combat aircraft, missiles, and electronic warfare systems, an area in which they already have formidable expertise."
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