Best Food Reading for 06/08/2017

  • “When we posted our recipe for Cowboy Butter, an herb dipping sauce with a kick, people went nuts. Millions watched the video and thousands shared it with friends. I was shocked — I didn’t think people could get so excited about a condiment. But I should’ve known better. Butter makes everything (or like 99.9% of things) better.”

    tags: f butter

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Artificial Intelligence / AI Reading for 06/07/2017

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Quantum Computing Topics for 06/07/2017

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Artificial Intelligence / AI Reading for 06/05/2017

  • “A valid concern is that dependence on AI may cause us to forfeit human creativity. As Kasparov observes, the chess games on our smartphones are many times more powerful than the supercomputers that defeated him, yet this didn’t cause human chess players to become less capable — the opposite happened. There are now stronger chess players all over the world, and the game is played in a better way.”

    tags: ai

  • “AI-MATHS, a robot designed by a Chinese firm, will sit the math portion of China’s national college entrance examinations, or gaokao, on Wednesday, media reported.”

    tags: ai

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Artificial Intelligence / AI Reading for 06/04/2017

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Best Food Reading for 06/04/2017

  • “The province’s gastronomic achievements may reach dizzying heights, but Quebec may forever be known as the place where poutine began. An unabashedly savory collage of french-fried potatoes, beef gravy, and squeaky-fresh cheese curds, poutine is perhaps the ultimate late-night snack. This gravy fry, poutine recipe comes to us from Toronto, Ontario native and kitchen assistant Anne-Marie White.”

    tags:f

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Coding topics for 06/03/2017

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Coding topics for 06/02/2017

  • “On Thursday, Apple announced that, starting June 5, its increasingly popular iPad-based programming app, Swift Playgrounds, can be used to program robots built with LEGO Mindstorms EV3. Version 1.5 of the app will also handle programming tasks for Sphero’s SPRK robot ball, Parrot’s Mambo, Airborne and Rolling Spider drones, as well as robots from UBTECH, Dash, and Skoog. All devices will connect to the iPad and Swift Playgrounds via a Bluetooth connection.”

    tags: coding swift

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