B.See » 18 Nov 2022, 9:01 pm » wrote: ↑
CASES IN POINT:
REPUBLICANS WORKING OVERTIME TO KEEP AMERICANS 'UNWOKEN' (i.e. IGNORANT AS ****) What a far-right school board takeover looks like in South Carolina: Summary firings, bans on CRT (i.e. slavery, racism, black history, MLK), and teachers walking the fk out - Dailykos Glenn Youngkin Pushes Racist School Curriculum Update - Newsone Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin suggests new school history curriculum that removes, slavery, MLK, and respect for diversity - Dailykos Texas School District Bans Neil Gaiman Novels, Game of Thrones and More - CBR Neo-Nazis terrorize attendees at a Harvard bookfair: report - Raw Story Nearly 300 titles, including graphic novel about the Gettysburg Address, banned in Missouri schools - Dailykos Not just ‘Maus’: A Missouri school district removed several Holocaust history books, too - Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Huey » Yesterday, 3:01 pm » wrote: ↑
Although I used to watch Quantum Leap.
Majik » Yesterday, 2:45 pm » wrote: ↑
The fact is with the advent of quantum machine learning and quantum computers ....
The programmer isn't writing the code anymore ...The quantum computer is ....
Majik » Yesterday, 2:24 pm » wrote: ↑
https://phys.org/news/2021-06-edge-chao ... gence.html
Neuroscentists are already trying to build a neural network with nanotechnology for AI....
DeplorablePatriot » Yesterday, 10:11 am » wrote: ↑
And that tree that fell in the forest which no one can hear? It didn't happen.
This was in the article. They said the decision was difficult. My God, really? No, it isn't difficult. At all. This is a perfect example of the harm that political correctness has done to society. Anyone who would think that this would be a difficult decision had to have had years of PC instilled in them.roadkill » Yesterday, 10:26 am » wrote: ↑
https://flagandcross.com/men-trying-com ... ontent=CAN
“Decisions are always difficult when they involve conflicting needs and rights between different groups, but we continue to take the view that we must maintain fairness for female athletes above all other considerations,” Coe said in the World Athletics Council statement.
Majik » Yesterday, 2:07 pm » wrote: ↑
and don't have a clue that the goal was/ is with AI ...self awareness.
and many of the labs now are reporting ...self awareness with their AI.
Majik » Yesterday, 1:55 pm » wrote: ↑
like how will AI in conjunction with Robotics make the need for huge populations of laborer's obsolete and how will that affect government attitudes toward population control?
peepee » 28 Mar 2023, 10:37 am » wrote: ↑
...one of many many things he taught me was, [paraphrasing] 'a person who prioritizes/elevates 'important' issues the same as you, even though they disagree with your specific proposals for betterment, is waaaaaaaay more of an ally/kindred spirit than someone who agrees with your specific proposals but doesn't think the issue is very important.'
Skans » 28 Mar 2023, 12:06 pm » wrote: ↑
peepee » 28 Mar 2023, 10:49 am » wrote: ↑
...but i don't 'know everything'... [just waaaay more than you!]...
RedheadedStranger » 28 Mar 2023, 1:09 pm » wrote: ↑
Nothing you have to say means a god damned thing.
Huey » 28 Mar 2023, 1:08 pm » wrote: ↑
Next, remove suicide numbers.
In the field of psychology, behavior can be described as overt or covert. Overt behaviors are those that can be easily observed by others, such as those of the traditional narcissist described earlier. Covert behaviors, however, are those that are more subtle and a bit less obvious to others.
Huey » 28 Mar 2023, 9:55 am » wrote: ↑
Guns – including accidental deaths, suicides, and homicides – killed 4,357 children (ages 1-19 years old) in the United States in 2020, or roughly 5.6 per 100,000 children.
https://www.kff.org/private-insurance/p ... d-nations/
POM » 28 Mar 2023, 9:19 am » wrote: ↑
GET OUT OF HERE YA QUITTER
Squatchman » 27 Mar 2023, 2:09 pm » wrote: ↑
These school shootings aren't sensational?
We should just ignore them and hope they go away?