“The lady that appeared to be ejected from the passenger seat I saw laying right there by the door,” he said. “And then another male laying in the street, it look like he got ejected from the driver side of the car.” … [Read more...] about Eyewitness Says There’s More To Pompano Beach Accident That Claimed Life Of Rollerblader
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Deep learning Enter deep learning. These algorithms power many of today's facial recognition systems and self-driving cars. They mimic how neurons in our brains operate by learning patterns in data. An individual artificial neuron – like a mini sensor – might detect simple patterns like lines or circles. By using thousands of these artificial neurons, deep learning AI can perform extremely complex tasks like recognizing cats in videos or detecting tumors in biopsy images. … [Read more...] about Medical Breakthrough: Deep Learning Ai Discovers Surprising New Antibiotics
Unofficial results for three statewide contests in Florida — for the U.S. Senate, governor, and state Agriculture Commissioner — showed winning margins within the half-percent that triggers a mandatory machine recount. So said recounts are underway, and are supposed to be completed by Thursday. These are about the only facts that are not in dispute in the wrangling over the midterm results in Florida. Of course, this all brings back bad memories of 2000 — but this time, it is accompanied by a Republican president shrieking about stolen elections and fraud. … [Read more...] about Florida Recounts Proceed Amid Wild GOP Claims of Election Stealing
Trump has sided firmly with farmers, pledging to increase water deliveries to farms, while California Gov. Gavin Newsom has tried to seek a middle road between the warring interests. Many in the conservation community have charged that the state has done too little for watershed protection. … [Read more...] about California sues Trump administration again — this time over water
Yes, I know the urban coasts are where the future nerds and business whizzes want to live (and increasingly do). But that’s part of our problem, is it not? We’re geographically sorting — and the left-behinds are getting more left behind in the middle of the country. And if there’s something we really don’t need in D.C. right now is more of the cognitive elite! The place is crawling with irritating young white people who go to CrossFit, ride those creepy scooters, and never look up from their phones. A company like Amazon could actually have had the clout to bring those types back to the heartland and do some small thing to rebalance the country. Wages would be effectively higher given the lower cost of housing. The millennial migrants could even help turn Texas blue! The cultural shift and economic boost might even lure a few opioid users toward an ounce of hope and a middle-class salary in Indiana or Ohio or West Virginia. … [Read more...] about What Happens If Americans Stop Trusting the System?