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Make Your Own BBC micro:bit Watch In Just 15 Minutes

Anyone learning electronics using the BBC micro:bit mini PC may be interested in a new project which has been published to the official micro:bit …

This Cardboard Google Home Only Costs $35

Google Home is one of the better smart home speakers you can buy. Along with Amazon's Echo, Home will duke it out with Apple's upcoming HomePod later …

Artificial intelligence pioneer says we need to start over

In 1986, Geoffrey Hinton co-authored a paper that, three decades later, is central to the explosion of artificial intelligence. But Hinton says his …

Basic Assumptions of Physics Might Require the Future to Influence the Past

Image; Luca Biada/Flickr One of the most well-accepted physical theories makes no logical sense. Quantum mechanics, the theory that governs the …

Russian woman steals YouTube's heart after mastering the green screen

Move over Casey Neistat, the internet has a new favorite YouTuber.<p>Tatiana Subbotina, a 62-year-old living in Saint Petersburg, Russia is slowly …

Saint Petersburg

The Great Hokusai - Why do We Still Obsess over that Japanese Wave Painting ?

April 15, 2017<p>Smirna Kulenović is an Art History and Philosophy graduate, developing video and sound art projects, in love with improvisational …

The biggest anime film of all time comes to the US

The plot of the new movie "Your Name" may initially sound more like a "Freaky Friday" spin-off than a Japanese anime film: A teenage boy in Tokyo swaps bodies with a teenage girl in the Japanese countryside, the two eventually fall in love, and the story builds from there.<p>But unlike "Freaky …

No one is prepared to stop the robot onslaught. So what will we do when it arrives?

You’ve heard about the robots—how they are on their way to vaporize the jobs of tens of thousands of bankers and brokers on Wall Street, in the City of London, and in trading hubs around the world. How they are bent on inflicting similar mayhem in law and accounting firms, and in …

Google launches AutoDraw, an AI-based image recognition tool that turns clumsy doodles into stunning pieces of art - IBTimes India

Cut AutoDraw some slack if it turns your fish into a boomerang. It's still learning!<p>Do you draw like a 5 year old child? Well, it's nothing to be …

The Dark Secret at the Heart of AI

No one really knows how the most advanced algorithms do what they do. That could be a problem.<p>Last year, a strange self-driving car was released onto …

Machine Learning

Are Liberals on the Wrong Side of History?

Three new books interrogate the premises of the Enlightenment.<p>Of all the prejudices of pundits, presentism is the strongest. It is the assumption that what is happening now is going to keep on happening, without anything happening to stop it. If the West has broken down the Berlin Wall and …

The power of cute in Japanese food culture | CNN Travel

Editor's Note — Joshua Paul Dale is a professor at Tokyo Gakugei University. He is co-editor of "The Aesthetics and Affects of Cuteness", and the editor of "Cute Studies," a special issue of the East Asian Journal of Popular Culture.<p>(CNN) — The menu at the Pom Pom Purin Café in Tokyo is the epitome …

THE BEADY EYE SAYS: GOOGLE IS MAKING OUR KNOWLEDGE VALUELESS.

( A five-minute read if you don’t want to be Googled)<p>Artificial intelligence is changing the world we live in but are we all going to end up …

Artificial Intelligence

Raspberry Pi Releases Free Learn To Code With Scratch e-Book

If you are looking to get started coding then a new free e-book which has been released by the Raspberry Pi Foundation as part of their MagPi …

Beyond Burgers: 14 Easy Ground Beef Recipes

If I buy ground beef, nine times out of ten it's because I'm making hamburgers. There's nothing wrong with that, but recently I've been wanting to mix things up a little bit. Fortunately, I can always trust the Serious Eats recipe archives to get me out of a culinary rut. There's a whole world of …

As France’s Towns Wither, Fears of a Decline in ‘Frenchness’

ALBI, France — The paint is fading, but the word is still clear: <i>Alimentation</i>, “Groceries.” It seems like a stage prop, grafted above the window of the empty old storefront. Opposite stands a tattoo parlor. Nobody enters or leaves. The street is deserted.<p>Keep walking, and you’ll find more vacant …

The 70 best horror movies of all time

This Philosophy Legend Has Some Hard Truths To Tell You About Our “Democracy”

By Ben Schiller3 minute Read<p>Whatever your ultimate reaction to the long, fractious, exhausting election campaign last year–whether you’re still sorry …

Philosopher Slavoj Žižek settles the “Is it OK to punch a Nazi?” question once and for all

“Is it OK to punch a Nazi?” is a question that has ricocheted around Twitter ever since Jan. 20, when “alt-right” provocateur and American white supremacist Richard Spencer got slugged on video by a masked protester during Donald Trump’s US presidential inauguration. Footage of the punch spread …

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