It’s true. Nor do they write captions nor headlines not etc. And so we have this moron writing about a technology Nicola Tesla did at far greater range with far greater success by all measures 150 YEARS AGO. Beneath an illustration of Tesla relaxing, as one would think he did always and only – based … More magazine writers don’t choose accompanying art
[this piece to be read while listening to Midnight In A Perfect World, DJ Shadow] The above is a quote from Alfred Borden, played by the brilliant Christian Bale, from “The Prestige,” which I watched for the 33rd-ish time last night and *still* discovered something new. This movie has, more than anything, revealed the extent … More the secret impresses no one. the trick you use it for is everything.
First, neural networks are inferior because they process from a false premise: brains smartest things, so make machine brain… Minus most all the billion trillions or a number I’ve heard equated to the number of stars — making the universe so vast it’s impossible other life isn’t all over it, but sorry no the universe … More @merica: an orwellian brave new world