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22 Jul 01:07

alexageinquisition: queenazherspitsfire: therebirthofren: nowy...

25 Jul 15:30

This Youtube Video Can Predict What Card You're Thinking of

Lori

Como q ele sabia? (ok, na vdd a carta foi a única q eu CONSEGUI ver, eu tentei ver outras e não fui capaz)

10 Jul 19:54

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28 Jul 18:37

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12 Jul 13:30

onefitmodel: nutrifitblr: jacked-daniels: KITTY WHAT IT”S...

Lori

WANT













onefitmodel:

nutrifitblr:

jacked-daniels:

KITTY

WHAT

IT”S JUST A TINY KITTY OMG

07 Jul 13:30

me at the gym. 



me at the gym. 

07 Jul 18:20

plug: when bae mad at u



plug:

when bae mad at u

25 Jul 12:30

If Twitter Existed During Old Scientific Discoveries

24 Jul 10:08

No more tuna? #9gag @awwclub



No more tuna? #9gag @awwclub

22 Jul 20:40

Mankind’s greatest invention. [video]





Mankind’s greatest invention. [video]

23 Jul 19:09

sarahj-art: Happy Batman Day!













sarahj-art:

Happy Batman Day!

12 Jul 15:34

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10 Jul 22:39

insanelygaming: "We go forward." Created...





















insanelygaming:

"We go forward."

Created by owlturdcomix 

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24 Jul 23:28

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10 Jul 01:59

The Lovelace Test Is Better Than the Turing Test At Detecting AI

by samzenpus
meghan elizabeth writes If the Turing Test can be fooled by common trickery, it's time to consider we need a new standard. The Lovelace Test is designed to be more rigorous, testing for true machine cognition. An intelligent computer passes the Lovelace Test only if it originates a "program" that it was not engineered to produce. The new program—it could be an idea, a novel, a piece of music, anything—can't be a hardware fluke. The machine's designers must not be able to explain how their original code led to this new program. In short, to pass the Lovelace Test a computer has to create something original, all by itself.

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27 Jul 00:22

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27 Jul 03:36

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25 Jul 14:42

Anatomy of Songs [wronghands]





Anatomy of Songs [wronghands]

25 Jul 11:56

Cuidado com o que você desenha.

by Zanfa

Ou com o que você fala, ou escreve, ou pensa

quadrinho

25 Jul 11:22

Tá ruim o seu trabalho?

by Zanfa

Faça isso.

fuck_you3

23 Jul 17:38

lampfaced: itsspookytoremember: “DAMNIT WONDER WOMAN, I AM THE...

by aishiterushit


lampfaced:

itsspookytoremember:

“DAMNIT WONDER WOMAN, I AM THE DARKNESS”

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25 Jul 20:57

195 "How Others Expect Me To See the Future"

by clay

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flattr this!

24 Jul 01:11

tan-the-man: themajesticalnarwhal: He looks so strange without...





















tan-the-man:

themajesticalnarwhal:

He looks so strange without the mustache. 

You mean damn fine.

25 Jul 00:50

Sorry Ubisoft, Nintendo Beat You To The Top (Of The Mountain)

by Luke Plunkett

Sorry Ubisoft, Nintendo Beat You To The Top (Of The Mountain)

Ubisoft is spending a lot of money on a competition which promises to let one person become the first to ever play a video game on Mt Everest, using custom hardware built to withstand the "harsh conditions". It sounds amazing! Pity it's already been done.

As this epic thread bump on NeoGAF shows (the original Kotaku link is so old it doesn't even work anymore), back in 2005 we told you about an expedition to the summit of the world's tallest mountain undertaken by Neal Mueller.

Neal and his colleagues took a bunch of electronics up the mountain with them. And only one device withstood the conditions. As he explained at the time:

We totally had so much electronic equipment, and Id say the Nintendo DS held up the best of any of it. We were using a CB radio to stay in touch and that would consistently go bad then wed bring it back to life. It was because of the wind and the cold, we had a Dell computer that got fried, a Polytechnic screen that went out we had three of the four MP3 players go bad, but the Nintendo DS units keep hanging in there. And it was the Nintendo DS units that suffered the worst of it - they were constantly with us in our tents which were moist and cold the were right there in our packs so they suffered a lot of wind blasts, they were dropped. And the Sherpas would beat the (heck) out of them - theyd play with them in the kitchen where curry would get split on them, all these incredibly hot spices and they kept on performing.

Instead of going to all the trouble of building special hardware, I wonder if it'd be cheaper for Ubisoft to just port Far Cry 4 to the DS...

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22 Jul 15:19

montondemierda: Amén. Este señor es presidente de gobierno....





montondemierda:

Amén.

Este señor es presidente de gobierno. José Mújica

23 Jul 14:48

#raiseawareness #realcatshavecurves [wolfosaurus]





#raiseawareness #realcatshavecurves [wolfosaurus]

29 May 13:23

Arent You A Little Short To Be A Stormtrooper


14 Jul 01:47

snowce: The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness (2013)











snowce:

The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness (2013)

18 Jul 01:50

somethingplayfullywicked: Life in Gaza





















somethingplayfullywicked:

Life in Gaza

18 Jul 07:21

Calvin and Hobbes