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Skynet vs. Checkered Floors

Round 1, Fight! Recently I’ve been trying to show an AI how to create a checkered pattern on a tiled floor for a game. It seems to be learning, but still has quite a bit of trouble around the edges. 138 more words


Charles Hodge MD: A Brief Biography

Charles Hodge MD has paved an admirable career as a neurosurgeon, making an impact on countless patients, students, and colleagues along the way. He began his career as an undergraduate student at Princeton University, where he graduated in 1963. 229 more words

Charles Hodge MD

Charles Hodge MD: Lessons Taught Through Skiing

Charles Hodge MD is a respected neurosurgeon, neurosurgical educator, and researcher who enjoys skiing during his free time. Charles Hodge MD believes that skiing offers something to everybody from the novice to the expert. 233 more words

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Statistics - A mystery

“36-24-36″ I understand it is the bench mark desired figure

“(36+24+36)/3 = 96/3 = 32  (So does it mean 32- 32-32 is also acceptable? It is average… 159 more words

"I’m actually a double award winning Scriptwriter" : This is life in Tom's shoes.


Before Reward Gateway, my background was very much the media industry, darling. I’m actually a double award winning Scriptwriter (yes I used to start every email with that one) and I’m also well seasoned in production and talent mentoring. 433 more words

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Penn Researcher Wins MacArthur Foundation 'Genius Grant'

By Mike Dougherty

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A researcher from the University of Pennsylvania was among 21 people awarded a prestigious grant Wednesday.

“It’s worth $625,000.” 188 more words


Linked or Glued?

Mint was an avid research scientist who was probing on proximity relation between individuals. He was analyzing various social network sites..

He got into discussion with Sarah who was his associate.. 262 more words