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Learning AI - Part 1: Genetic Algorithms Intro

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This is my first post in a series of Artificial Intelligence posts on AI learning. I got interested in the subject a few weeks ago when I started to work on some ideas for a game prototype I had in my mind. 1,856 more words

Programming

A.I. Artificial Intelligence: The Review of a Review

A.I. Artificial Intelligence was released over ten years ago, back in 2001, and was directed by Steven Spielberg, although it was initially developed by Stanley Kubrick, which plays a role into the one of the key themes of the movie. 531 more words

Ep. 20 - Like Tears in Rain: Dying in SF Film

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This is an episode about dying, so if you’re like me and get depressed by that sort of talk, do not listen to this episode. 103 more words

Episodes

Video: Google Conference Interrupted By ‘Killer Robots’ Protest

“You all work for a totalitarian company that builds machines that kill people!”

Steve Watson
Prisonplanet.com
June 26, 2014

Google’s biggest event of the year was interrupted yesterday by a protester who wished to raise concern over the development of autonomous robots, a movement Google is now deeply engaged with.

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CLASSIC FILM: Bicentennial Man (1999)

I stumbled across Bicentennial Man, a particularly odd piece of cinematic history from 1999, as I was browsing Netflix for something vaguely entertaining to watch during an uneventful Sunday evening. 261 more words

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Her


Her (2013)
★★★★ / ★★★★

Deciding to dive into a film with a premise that is potentially rife with unintentionally funny and embarrassingly awkward situations, given that the main character gets into a romantic relationship with his operating system, “Her” ends up being quite a delightful surprise. 509 more words

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