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Artificial Neural Networks Can Day Dream–Here's What They See

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When you look for shapes in the clouds, you’ll often find things you see every day: Dogs, people, cars. It turns out that artificial “brains” do the same thing. Google calls this phenomenon “Inceptionism,” and it’s a shocking look into how advanced artificial neural networks really are.

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Ferret
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Super, super fascinating.

How To Turn Your Mind Into A Video Game

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How To Turn Your Mind Into A Video Game

Alan Kwan has turned his mind into a video game.

How To Turn Your Mind Into A Video Game

Imagine waking up inside someone else's head and navigating their memories. One artist has made it real.

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An ode to Dark Skies

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An ode to Dark Skies

Light pollution took the Milky Way away from you. In this essay, Mika McKinnon explains how you can get it back.

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11 Things You Probably Didn't Know About Human Space Exploration

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11 Things You Probably Didn't Know About Human Space Exploration

Space is a weird place, and the quest to explore its mysteries in person has been no small source of strangeness and surprise. Here are some lesser-known facts about humanity's ongoing missions beyond Earth's atmosphere.

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Slippery Slope

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Sure, taking a few seconds to be respectful toward someone about something they care about doesn't sound hard. But if you talk to hundreds of people every day and they all start expecting that same consideration, it could potentially add up to MINUTES wasted. And for WHAT?
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Michdevilish
2469 days ago
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Suchly wisdom
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sjk
2470 days ago
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I agree. If you're considerate to one person, then EVERYONE will expect the same. That is way too much work!
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adamgurri
2470 days ago
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gotta nip this in the butt
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JayM
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Atlanta, GA

2014

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Some future reader, who may see the term, without knowing the history of it, may imagine that it had reference to some antiquated bridge of the immortal Poet, thrown across the silver Avon, to facilitate his escape after some marauding excursion in a neighbouring park; and in some Gentleman's Magazine of the next century, it is not impossible, but that future antiquaries may occupy page after page in discussing so interesting a matter. We think it right, therefore, to put it on record in the Oriental Herald that the 'Shakesperian Rope Bridges' are of much less classic origin; that Mr Colin Shakespear, who, besides his dignity as Postmaster, now signs himself 'Superintendent General of Shakesperian Rope Bridges', is a person of much less genius than the Bard of Avon. --The Oriental Herald, 1825
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infini
2505 days ago
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Love!!
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Fahad_Naqvi
2518 days ago
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Quotes from the past
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Skotte
2518 days ago
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Yes, but what are Shakesperian Rope Bridges?
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Brstrk
2519 days ago
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Wow. The last one is... wow.
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2519 days ago
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Alt text="Some future reader, who may see the term, without knowing the history of it, may imagine that it had reference to some antiquated bridge of the immortal Poet, thrown across the silver Avon, to facilitate his escape after some marauding excursion in a neighbouring park; and in some Gentleman's Magazine of the next century, it is not impossible, but that future antiquaries may occupy page after page in discussing so interesting a matter. We think it right, therefore, to put it on record in the Oriental Herald that the 'Shakesperian Rope Bridges' are of much less classic origin; that Mr Colin Shakespear, who, besides his dignity as Postmaster, now signs himself 'Superintendent General of Shakesperian Rope Bridges', is a person of much less genius than the Bard of Avon. --The Oriental Herald, 1825"
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