I fed an AI almost 200 articles about the San Francisco Giants, below is what it learned about them. None of this is true or factual. Enjoy.
The Giants are starting over the season in the first time since 2900 in 2019, the Giants have a complete on a power that the Giants could hell the ball are starting to the most of his finel.
The Giants have an ampeased to be too seen of the season. He had a long start of the past two seasons in the first pitcher with a starting side of the season.
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The Loungecast August 26, 2018
Welcome to the introductory episode to The Loungecast. This podcast is host by Kuro Kuma and is inspired by the website
Digg and the podcast Diggnation. Stories that are talked about on the podcast are picked from the Video Games Lounge site. The VGL is a Hacker News clone called Lobste.rs that runs off the open source Lobsters Rails Project.
Future episodes will be scheduled to release on Saturdays Pacific Time. For information on how to subscribe to the podcast via the links at the bottom of the page.
I hope you enjoy the show and let me know what you think via in the comments below or on Twitter.
Thanks for listening!
The viral ‘Fortnite’ poop story is fake:
source comment summited by Kuro
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The first instance of AI/Machine Learning (ML) that I came across was
Salty’s Dream Cast Casino on Twitch. This channel and it’s accompanying website SaltyBet allows viewers to earn fake currency to bet on fighting game matches. The matches are unique in that they’re powered by the M.U.G.E.N engine that allows importing of assets from various fighting games (such as characters and background locations) and let the engines AI battle it out. This channels been running 24/7 since it’s creation back which looks to be in 2013.
Screen shot of PacMan vs Terra (Final Fantasy VI) from Twitch.tv/SaltyBet
SeeBotsChat Invades Twitch
If you missed it, bots named Vladimir (aka Mia) and Estrogen (aka Mia) initialized and began streaming their conversation with each other on
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