““In other words, we are forced to conclude that galaxies formed stars more efficiently in the early times than we thought,” Behroozi said. “And what this tells us is that the energy created by supermassive black holes and exploding stars is less efficient at stifling star formation than our theories predicted.”
This is the first study to accurately simulate such a large section of our universe — but even its 12 million galaxies are just a fraction of the upwards ofone hundred billion galaxiesastronomers believe populate the actual universe.”
“Article author Tristan Greene added: I’m terrified of GPT-2 because it represents the kind of technology that evil humans are going to use to manipulate the population – and in my opinion that makes it more dangerous than any gun.”
“The YouTubers Union is headed by Jörg Sprave, a German content creator who makes videos of weird slingshots and has over 2 million subscribers. He got involved in activism after YouTube took down some of his videos as part of a crackdown on weapon-related content on the platform, even though they didn’t violate the site’scontent guidelines.
Many YouTubers have had similar experiences of videos beingtaken down or demonetized without explanation. Some prominent creators have access to a YouTube Partner Manager who can answer queries, but smaller creators often find it impossible to contact any real human being at YouTube. With bots doing the majority of the moderation on the site, it’s easy for videos to be miscategorized andhard for creators to appealthese decisions.”
LONDON (AP) — Katie Jones sure seemed plugged into Washington’s political scene. The 30-something redhead boasted a job at a top think tank and a who’s-who network of pundits and experts, from the centrist Brookings Institution to the right-wing Heritage Foundation. She was connected to a deputy assistant secretary of state, a senior aide to a senator and the economist Paul Winfree, who is being considered for a seat on the Federal Reserve.
But Katie Jones doesn’t exist, The Associated Press has determined. Instead, the persona was part of a vast army of phantom profiles lurking on the professional networking site LinkedIn. And several experts contacted by the AP said Jones’ profile picture appeared to have been created by a computer program.
“The Trump Administration is fighting for free speech online,” the official White House accounttweetedWednesday while unveiling the new reporting tool, which also asks people to sign up to receive Trump’s email newsletters so they can stay up to date on his “fight for free speech.” “No matter your views, if you suspect political bias has caused you to be censored or silenced online, we want to hear about it!”
In November 2016, Amazon released a new service called Rekognition, which can “process millions of photos a day” to identify people and objects in the images. That data can then be used, as Amazon put it in a blog post at the time, to “perform visual surveillance, inspecting photos for objects or people of interest or concern” or for smart billboards that collect demographic data on passersby to create personalized ads. The company boasted it could identify up to 100 people in a single image, a valuable tool for surveillance of large crowds, like at protests, crowded department stores, or subway stations.It didn’t take long for the police to get their hands on Amazon’s new surveillance tool.
(Meredith) – A pair of elementary school kids designed a 3D crosswalk to force drivers to slow down in their Massachusetts neighborhood. The crosswalk, which mimics a speed bump, is merely an optical illusion. Similar crosswalks have been used in countries like England and China to improve safety on city streets.