(Jeopardy Productions/Associated Press)The IBM supercomputer Watson ended the first round of its two game Jeopardy exhibition yesterday tied for first place with human player Brad Rutter.Watson and Rutter were tied at $5,000, while the other challenger, Ken Jennings, was far behind with $2,000.Rutter is the quiz show’s all time money winner with $3.25 million and Jennings has the longest winning streak at 74 games.Watson, named for IBM founder Thomas J. IBM says Watson has the processing power of 2,800 “powerful computers.” The computer racks and the refrigeration units needed to cool them fill a room.Watson can’t see or hear and receives the questions by text file at the same time the human competitors do. This was made clear when Watson repeated a wrong response already given by Jennings.The computer doesn’t have an internet connection and relies on its own data banks and natural language algorithms to formulate its answers..
Headshops in this country do not import that stuff, simple as that. If they do it by mistake one time, they find out real quick and its a one off mistake. All “legal highs” in this country are imported unlike in the states where they can be offloaded from the back of a van driven straight from the factory.
When creating for passwords or security keys, you might as well store it inside your head, memorize it and do not save it on your phone or write on a sticky post and post it on your wall. Be secretive when it comes to passwords and use a more complex password rather than common details about you like last names, birthdates, or initials. You may use this in a combined form for example your name then birth year and add another set of characters like your initials or your wife’s..
Some reviewers have already complained that the fire in K’naan’s debut has been watered down on Troubadour; I worry that incorporating the idle tweets of bored and angsty fans isn’t exactly the way to maintain his integrity.Are Twitter mash ups the way of the future? I really hope that’s not the case. And if it is, how on earth will the collaborators work out publishing deals?Posted: 2009/04/03 at 4:57 AMSarah, if you don’t like his music, please spare the rest of us from your disparaging diatribes. I just saw K’Naan in a wee little Irish pub in the Kootenays of BC.
No torrid personal Tumblr. No tortured artist Instagrams. Definitely no JournalSpace not that that’s an option.. Wrath of the TitansIt’s a box office battle of mythic proportions this weekend as remixed fables and fairy tales go head to head. In one corner, Mirror Mirror, a snarky retelling of the Snow White fairy tale. In the other, Wrath of the Titans, the sequel to the widely panned remake from 2010.