Those who surrender freedom for security will not have, nor do they deserve, either one.
On partings steep and trouble-bound
doom tends to loom on "middle ground".
if I were to make $500K/yr as a plastic surgeon would there be the potential in having a hot babe as a spouse?
At least there'd certainly be more potential to turn your spouse into a "hot babe" (provided she's yearning to become part of your art).
TFA: The results are intriguing—even a relatively simple neural network can be used to over-interpret an image, just like as children we enjoyed watching clouds and interpreting the random shapes. This network was trained mostly on images of animals, so naturally it tends to interpret shapes as animals.
Less intriguing: to consider that similar networks (especially once giving "recommendations" to unquestioning end users) might ascribe e.g. criminal propensity or lack of creditworthiness to the odd proverbial "innocent bystander" by over-amplifying distinctions they "think" to have learned.
I thought we'd all suffered enough advertising on our keyboards since 1995 already?
Thankfully the glorious Model M remains unbreakable and unaffected...
Its slides are oversimplified, and bullet points omit the complexities of nearly any issue
So whatever split-second decision an overpaid high-level executive takes by not allowing anything the requisite minimum thought, s/he can later blame on (and get someone else fired for) having been given incomplete information as requested by demanding earlier on that every complex matter be reduced to a polished assortment of insufficient buzzwords in incomplete grammar. In short, PPTs institutionalize PHBs' hierarchical infallibility at the expense of underlings who have to use it.
The confusion of a staff member is measured by the length of his memos. -- New York Times, Jan. 20, 1981