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« Reply #13890 on: Nov 29th, 2015, 8:25pm »

Uh oh! When you get that premonition......




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« Reply #13891 on: Nov 29th, 2015, 8:31pm »

on Nov 29th, 2015, 8:25pm, Swamprat wrote:
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I have had one of those Swamp..going to LA with group and I told partner something told me not to..its almost paralyzing..they all cancelled too and we took another flight..There was a crash but in Chicago ..just really strange!

By the way I looked at the chimney that last post you did..
how could he fit in from top? must have been a really small frame to even try

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« Reply #13892 on: Nov 29th, 2015, 9:37pm »

I would have to be drunk or high to even try that! tongue
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« Reply #13893 on: Nov 30th, 2015, 07:34am »

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I have a feeling people are going to have fun messing with Amazon on this one.





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« Reply #13895 on: Nov 30th, 2015, 08:21am »

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what magic..from Wayne the Sand Witch?
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The only magic I wanna see right now is where is Geoforce
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« Reply #13897 on: Dec 1st, 2015, 07:35am »

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Defense One

AI Program Beats Humans On College Acceptance Test

6:44 AM ET By Patrick Tucker

Japanese researchers have created a computer program capable of limited humanistic understanding.

Artificial intelligence—the kind where robots understand a wide number of human concepts—has been a military focus for decades, and scientists in Japan may have just made a college-ready AI.

For the first time, a Japanese artificial intelligence program has scored above average on a national standardized college entry exam, performing well enough to have an 80 percent likelihood of getting into 33 national universities, according to the National Institute of Informatics, or NII. The AI program scored 511 points out of 950 on the National Center Test for University Admissions (similar to the SATs), with a particularly strong performance in math and history, and well above the national average of 416. It was a first for the program, which performed less well in 2013 and 2014, according to the Wall Street Journal. (Physics proved harder for the program, which still showed difficulty in comprehending questions.) NII announced the breakthrough on Saturday.

The goal of the four-year-old Todai Robot Project is to create by 2021 an artificial intelligence that can win admission to the incredibly prestigious University of Tokyo, and thereby display a uniquely humanistic understanding of language and concepts. And yet: while getting into any college seems like a remarkable achievement in terms of AI comprehension, it’s not actually as grand as mastering most day-to-day human interaction, according to the researchers.

“What makes the University of Tokyo entrance exam harder [than other intelligence challenges] is that the rules are less clearly defined than they are for shogi [a Japanese strategy game similar to chess] or a quiz show. From the perspective of using knowledge and data to answer questions, the university entrance exam requires a more human-like approach to information processing. However, it does not rely as much on common sense as an elementary school exam or everyday life, so it’s a reasonable target for the next step in artificial intelligence research,” Yusuke Miyao, one of the project’s sub-directors, said in a 2013 interview on the group’s website.

The U.S. Defense Department remains keenly interested in artificial intelligence as a force multiplier. One notable success in the history of military-funded AI research is Siri, the AI assistant that has been standard on most iPhones since 2011. Siri was a spinoff of a project called Cognitive Assistant that Learns and Organizes, or CALO, funded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency as part of an 2003-08 endeavor called the Personalized Assistant that Learns, or PAL.

The current military push for greater autonomy in drones can be considered one aspect of AI research. Last November, Undersecretary of Defense Frank Kendall issued a memo to the Defense Science Board, calling for a new intellectual study of artificial intelligence for defense, to “identify the science, engineering, and policy problems that must be solved to permit greater operational use of autonomy across all war-fighting domains … Emphasis will be given to exploration of the bounds-both technological and social-that limit the use of autonomy across a wide range of military operations. The study will ask questions such as: What activities cannot today be performed autonomously? When is human intervention required? What limits the use of autonomy? How might we overcome those limits and expand the use of autonomy in the near term as well as over the next 2 decades?”

The Japanese program’s test performance brings the world one step closer to an AI that can take a humanistic approach to different challenges and problem sets. That, in turn, could be a boost to the military’s human-machine teaming efforts. It also means that humans will be able to leave more to the machines.

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THE SPICE MUST FLOW...

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Time to bring in the Trashcan Man
Don't ya think?

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State Departments Patron Saint Is Banned In Russia as National Security Threat!


Vlad why you do this thing?

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2015/12/01/state-department-troubled-by-moscows-move-against-soros-groups.html#

The politicians run to them for blessings and support
Oligarchs are fond of saying everything has a price..and always the result is the same irrespective of party label.
We have invented that which was thought impossible
the perpetual motion machine..for war
its expensive..and we just paid down for it..and your great grands will never finish paying it off
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International robot show powers up in Tokyo

by Kazuaki Nagata
2 December 2015

The biannual International Robot Exhibition kicked off Wednesday in Tokyo, showcasing the latest advances in robotics — including technology for use in disaster scenarios and in the nursing-care field.

With a record 446 firms attending the event at Tokyo Big Sight in Koto Ward, numerous robots are on display through Saturday, when the event wraps up. These include the New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization’s (NEDO) disaster prevention robots, which were drawing huge crowds at their demonstrations.

During the demonstrations by NEDO, one of the country’s largest public research organizations, visitors were awed as the HRP-2 Kai life-size humanoid robot walked along on a narrow path and opened a door to check for a fire while another life-size robot, Jaxon, walked and turned a sprinkler valve to extinguish the blaze.

Using robots to probe disaster sites is a challenge the global robot industry is currently working to tackle, said Ryosuke Aya, project coordinator with the robot and machinery system technology department at NEDO, a Kawasaki-based semi-public body in charge of developing new technologies and energy.

Robots would have been indispensable in the aftermath of disasters like the devastating 3/11 earthquake and tsunami — especially in quake-prone Japan — as well as in more recent accidents like tunnel collapses.

When such disasters occur, “there are places where humans can’t physically go,” said Aya. “That’s where robots come in to reduce the risks of disasters.”

The event also highlighted robot tech for nursing care, including remote monitoring systems and exoskeleton suits that aid those with limited mobility.

But while the nursing care tech sector is likely to grow as Japan grays, Hiroshi Kobayashi, director of Innophys Co., a Tokyo-based venture affiliated with Tokyo University of Science, believes the industry remains quite conservative.

Because of this attitude, employing these new technologies will take time at many nursing-care facilities, said Kobayashi, whose firm sells a robotics product called the Muscle Suit that enables wearers to more easily lift heavy objects.

Meanwhile, robots like SoftBank’s emotion-reading Pepper and Sharp’s robot-designed phone RoBoHon, have also been a hit at the venue, with some attendees pointing out that these robots are likely to be a boon for makers. “The market for smart robots will be getting bigger and bigger,” said Taki Sakai, president of Unirbot, the Tokyo-based firm behind Unibo, a small white robot with a liquid-crystal display screen on its head.

The robot can recognize individuals’ faces, chat with them and act as a personal assistant.

The firm is set to go on sale next July for ¥98,000 with a monthly ¥4,500 fee for cloud-based services.

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