Sky Eats Airplane - The Artificial Donate to charity by just clicking the link below: A good song by Sky Eats Airplane obviously. Plus, stop bickering/arguing in the damn comments. Just listen to the flabberghasting song. Hand me your lies Hand me my keys. You have to give it all up When you realize What youre leaving behind I wish I was lost But this was an alternate destinatiobn. Watch life flash before your eyes and hope for the best. Even in this well lit room, Where you lay down to rest You still casvt a shadow that stabs you in the back This all began so well and was the longest spiral. downward I've ever felt. You would've been the death of me if I stuck around much longer These months of sickness felt like I was sleeping six feet underground. You can't tell the differnce between what's real and not Find the truth or you will lose yourself forever. I know it's not all your fault I knew early on what I was getting myself into. Go ahead, be my guest, work on everything that closed our door Everything I worked so hard for. You said you walked the line, but you're the one falling short Actions speak louder than words. I can't waste time anymore... When you realize What you're leaving behind I wish I was lost, But this was an alternate destination. With no plot And no path laid out I swear I'm not lost I'm not lost You were offered the world and turned it down Shed no tear, and hope to break out on your own I Refuse to call this place home.
TODAY: Innovation in Search and Artificial Intelligence Peter Norvig [Director of Research, Google] Abstract: Recent advances in Artificial Intelligence, and in Internet search, have been driven by the ability to build improved models from large amounts of data. This talk looks at the process of gathering and processing the data, building the models, and using them for new applications in language processing, computer vision, and other fields. Biography: Peter Norvig is a Fellow of the American Association for Artificial Intelligence and the Association for Computing Machinery. At Google Inc he was Director of Search Quality, responsible for the core web search algorithms from 2002-2005, and has been Director of Research from 2005 on. Previously he was the head of the Computational Sciences Division at NASA Ames Research Center, making him NASA's senior computer scientist. He received the NASA Exceptional Achievement Award in 2001. He has served as an assistant professor at the University of Southern California and a research faculty member at the University of California at Berkeley Computer Science Department, from which he received a Ph.D. in 1986 and the distinguished alumni award in 2006. He has over fifty publications in Computer Science, concentrating on Artificial Intelligence, Natural Language Processing and Software Engineering.
Artificial Joy Club "Sick & Beautiful" [13-Jul-1997]
Artificial swallowtail butterfly Japanese researchers demonstrate the forward flying motion of the swallowtail butterfly through their artificial ornithopter. To read the full paper visit:
"Artificial" I hope you guys appreciate this film- it was compiled from 16 various documentaries and shows a pretty much accurate visual representation of the evolution of life. inspired by a comic of AbstruseGoose. Enjoy!
Artificial Children FULL Song By IOSYS TOUHOU RABBIT HAS AN MP3 FOR THIS SONG. Thank you so much QwQ I've been being like, eaten alive by people wanting the MP3. I DONT OWN IOSYS I DONT OWN THEIR MUSIC I DONT OWN THESE PICTURES I DONT OWN ALICE MARGATROID, SHANGHAI, OR MARISA KIRISAME! IOSYS OWNS THE SONG ARTIFICIAL CHILDREN, ZUN OWNS ALICE, MARISA AND SHANGHAI. ALL OF THE PICTURES BELONG TO THEIR OWNERS. I OWN NOTHING IN THIS VIDEO. The vid is based on one of my favoirte touhou characters. Alice Margatroid.... Theres Marisa in there too. Its only 4 pictures. I only realy posted it for the music. ENGLISH LYRICS!!!!!!!!!!~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Mystery of mysteries, a lifeless body Symbols and hope layer upon each other endlessly The one that gave me form and color Was the twisted heart in crimson and azure Endlessly endless; where am I? A momentary solitude disturbs me even as I close my eyes Those lost words I once believed in Now fade away, cast off, away behind the sky Ah, to me, my very own soul The world spins round, reflecting in the depths of my dolls eyes With a despair from the very core of those ellipses Now, birthing; now, sleeping This fleeting world is, like a game of house, but a vague container for something else Fate is fate; it cannot be resisted Meetings and partings repeat endlessly The place I've journeyed to the ends of time to find Is the place where reality sinks into the darkness Bear your pains, shed your tears Bodies touch bodies at last, yet soon The memories ...
Artificial Evolution Artificial Evolution - A Segment from a program in NG that discusses the possibilities of the AI and human enhancements in future.
Carl Sagan - Cosmos - Artificial Selection
ASIMOs new artificial intelligence. (ASIMO is learning!) We start to play God.
Artificial Pinch Harmonics... aka "Pick Squeals" The response from Andrew Wasson , of Creative Guitar Studio, to: "Hey there, just wondering if you could, (if you dont have 1 already), make a short video on how to do pinch harmonics. : )" Sent from: "UnholyCrusade1337" This video will explain how to perform, "Artificial Pinch Harmonics." Also known as, "Pick Squeals." Close-ups of the pick hand along with detailed explanations from Andrew Wasson, will allow viewers to understand exactly how this popular rock/metal guitar technique is done. Official Website: Follow on Twitter MySpace: Facebook:
Stanford Researchers Create Super-Sensitive Artificial Skin A butterfly tips the scales on a super sensor to determine weight and pressure, part of research project on artificial skin.
I, Artificial - Hopes of Reality Awesome band, amazing song If you like this, check out other songs on my channel! Lyrics: I love this life, I have given myself. This love will never fade, never will we fall. Every soul and every mind and every action that they take. Never will we look back. This is my life, and I don't care what you think. Because this is my dream. Dreaming has opened up the waters and they're streaming. Floating away. Waiting for the night to clear the air. Rest assured we will fill their empty prayers. I am so alive, nothing can kill my faith, I will forever stride. This is my life, a dream a hope, that will never die. (x2) Dreaming has opened up the waters and they're streaming. Floating away. Waiting for the night to clear the air. Rest assured we will fill their empty prayers. I am so alive, nothing can kill my faith, I will forever stride. I'm dreaming! ...
Bobby Darin - Artificial flowers Song "artificial flowers" by Bobby Darin. La cançó "artificial flowers" interpretada per Bobby Darin. Lyrics - Lletra: Alone in the world was poor little Anne As sweet a young child as you'd find. Her parents had gone to their final reward Leavin' their baby behind. (Did...
I, Artificial - Perfect Perceptions A video from our first show! Edited/filmed by Mike Mendoza Clean vocals: Noah Whitney /iartificial
"Natural Man vs. Artificial Person, Law, Money & Banking"Part 1 Red Ice Creations Join up great programs. Mary Croft sbook and links
Jeff Hawkins on Artificial Intelligence - Part 3/5 The founder of Palm, Jeff Hawkins, solves the mystery of Artificial Intelligence and presents his theory at the RSA Conference 2008. He gives a brief tutorial on the neocortex and then explains how the brain stores memory and then describes how to use that knowledge to create artificial intelligence. This lecture is insightful and his theory will revolutionize computer science.
Jeff Hawkins on Artificial Intelligence - Part 2/5 The founder of Palm, Jeff Hawkins, solves the mystery of Artificial Intelligence and presents his theory at the RSA Conference 2008. He gives a brief tutorial on the neocortex and then explains how the brain stores memory and then describes how to use that knowledge to create artificial intelligence. This lecture is insightful and his theory will revolutionize computer science.
IOSYS - Artificial Children (full song and PV) with English subtitles Awesome Touhou song by IOSYS, with PV animation created by takenoko. IOSYS: PV is part of a certain Touhou flash collection project: The original PV was only 3 minutes long. I edited the video to match the full length of the song. Please turn on Captions to see the subtitles. I hope you enjoy it.
Mad Season Artificial Red Please subscribe Mad Season Artificial Red Artificial red, smoke, poison consumed In the House of Ill Repute Is this the way I spend my days In recovery of a fatal disease? Oooh... Oooh... Oooh... Oooh... On a cloud of pink has to grey And I'm alone again, yeah Someone to hold against my own Alone, untouched is what I crave Oooh... Oooh... Oooh... Oooh... Artificial red, smoke, poison consumed In the House of Ill Repute Is this the place I search for love When my need is within me, a gift from above? Oooh... Oooh... Oooh... Oooh...
AI Artificial Intelligence - teddy parts The cool parts with just teddy cuz frankly hes the only good part about the movie. my editing stills got a little better but not really
Artificial scarcity and the anatomy of the 2009 Swine Flu This video breaks down some facts about the 2009 H1N1 alleged pandemic and the psychological warfare being waged on the public by the media and government
I, Artificial - Eyedentical (New with lyrics!)  I, Artificial Eyedentical I, Artificial Eyedentical New 2010 Lyrics Check them out at: BEEN WAITING FOR THIS FOREVER. LYRICS: I'm not allowed to speak a word. Your existence is a hidden disease. Flies like a bird, and it stands so tall. What do I earn? When does this paranoia turn? What do I earn? What do I earn? (x2) Our feelings can no longer exist in our hearts. And our hearts will feel like they died so long ago. Our feelings can no longer exist in our hearts anymore (And our minds died so long ago) They died so long ago (X2) I look harder in every way. We can never see you We can always see you And our minds they died so long ago. Our feelings can longer exist in our hearts anymore. I wish I can destroy you.
DIY ARTIFICIAL TURF FAKE GRASS LAWN INSTALLATION GUIDE A DIY GUIDE FOR ARTIFICIAL TURF FAKE GRASS INSTALLATION GUIDE. PALM PLACE NURSERY HAS BROKEN IT DOWN INTO SIMPLE STEPS ON HOW TO SAVE YOU MONEY BY INSTALLING YOUR OWN TURF. VERY SIMPLE & EASY METHOD, FOLLOW THIS INSTALLTION PROCESS TO GUIDE YOU ON DOING IT YOURSELF.
Artificial Intellegence Neighbour Lost Enterprise... corporation. Music: Victims of Science - The Device Has Been Modified
"Artificial" - Martha Tilston and the Woods my first expedition into animation/film making - wow what fun. a song and film about escaping the drudgery of a 9 to 5 office job.
Scar Symmetry-Artificial Sun Projection Artificial Sun Projection An invented sun, rays reflecting the cosmic glow Deceptive radiance Our invented gods halt the active mind No alteration Illusory acts in circles count the days and nights Earth time Finding the only way out means to arise, ascend I shall ascend Form the passing time, building day and night Thy will be done, shape the sand to hours My time will come, clear as day the signs Conceptional, shape the sand of ours Your will's been done since the dawn of time Forever to renew the universe Waiting as cold daylight turns into night An invented sun, rays reflecting the cosmic glow Deceptives radiance Our invented gods halt the active mind No alteration Thy will be done, shape the sand to hours My time will come, clear as day the signs Conceptional, shape the sand of ours Your will's been done since the dawn of time
Artificial Intelligence: Thinking Big - KQED QUEST Though computers have gotten faster, smaller and more versatile, it's still a big challenge to get them to demonstrate intelligent behaviors. Will machines like robots ever match -- or perhaps even exceed -- the capabilities of the human brain? QUEST meets a robot that in ten years time could take care of tasks around the house that most of us would rather not do.
Michio Kaku on Artificial Intelligence Physicist Michio Kaku : The Screensavers on TechTV. Topics : Artificial Intelligence Physics Universe Space Moore's Law Quantum Computers ... and More
The Dangers of Aspartame (Artificial Sweeteners Sugarfree Diet Coke Zero No Sugar Added E951) Aspartame (E951) is an artificial sweetener, used in over 6000 products. The food industry claims that aspartame helps in losing weight, but why is obesity then becoming such an ever increasing problem? Aspartame is a very sweet chemical, responsible for a host of health problems such as obesity, diabetes, cancer, brain diseases, migraines, ADHD, etc. http Aspartame breaks down into three toxic components: 1. Methanol. This is poisonous alcohol. In the body, methanol breaks down into formaldehyde, which is a poison. 2. Phenylalanine. This decreases the amount serotonin in your brain, which leads to mood swings (depressions) and an increased appetite! That is why aspartame is one of the main causes for the current obesity epidemic. 3. Aspartic acid. This is a neurological toxin comparable to MSG. The US Department of Health has recorded 92 (!) symptoms following complaints about aspartame. In fact, over 80% of all complaints filed with FDA are related to aspartame consumption! www.321 Some of the brand names for aspartame: AminoSweet, NutraSweet, Equal, NatraTaste, Canderel, Spoonful, Equal-Measure, etc. Aspartame is used in any of the following products: Sugarfree, Light, Diet, Zero (Coke, Sprite & Fanta), Coke 007, Pepsi Max, Crystal Clear, Low-Calorie, Crystal Light, No Sugar Added, Smint, Stimorol Ice, Stimorol Fusion, Freedent, Mentos, Sportlife, etc. Do no longer believe the lies of the food industry ...
Artificial Heart Breakthrough Dr. Jennifer Ashton reports artificial heart recipient Charles Okeke has re-gained his freedom by carrying around a remarkable new device.
The Physics of Starship Battles: Artificial Gravity and Centrifugal Force (I fixed the audio. +89 views from the previous upload) So here we have an explanation for Starship gravity. In the depths of outer space, there isnt supposed to be ANY gravity. And yet, in every TV show we see everyday, our protagonists wander around their spaceships with nary a care in the world. They mention the topic once "oh by the way we have gravity" and then never bring it up again, never explaining how its done. Well, can we produce artificial gravity? Yes. But not in the way you expect. ;) Here I explain the REAL way we're likely to generate our own gravity once we get into space, including its various applications and equations involved, using many clips from various shows that get it alternatively wrong- -and right. ;) So welcome to my latest "5 min" movie. Honestly, these things never start out as ten minute escapades, they just always end up there after saying "well I have to explain this and I have to explain that." It always makes sense in the end, so whatever. ;) So, there I was in my latest job, trying to come up with a new idea for a movie, book, and what else all simultaneously, when I get not ONE idea for a new movie, but several. For example I got a rip-roaring good idea for one about cloaking devices, but THIS idea just demanded to be made. This topic reached out and said "you're not making anything else until you make me." Very well. ;) After all, I've had this idea floating around for a while, but it never came all together in one spot until I ...
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Artificial Life Created Channel 4 News 20 May 2010 Scientists in the US have succeeded in developing the first synthetic living cell. The researchers constructed a bacterium's "genetic software" and transplanted it into a host cell. The resulting microbe then looked and behaved like the species "dictated" by the synthetic DNA. The advance, published in Science, has been hailed as a scientific landmark, but critics say there are dangers posed by synthetic organisms. The researchers hope eventually to design bacterial cells that will produce medicines and fuels and even absorb greenhouse gases. The team was led by Dr Craig Venter of the J Craig Venter Institute (JCVI) in Maryland and California. He and his colleagues had previously made a synthetic bacterial genome, and transplanted the genome of one bacterium into another. Now, the scientists have put both methods together, to create what they call a "synthetic cell", although only its genome is truly synthetic. Dr Venter likened the advance to making new software for the cell. The researchers copied an existing bacterial genome. They sequenced its genetic code and then used "synthesis machines" to chemically construct a copy. Dr Venter told BBC News: "We've now been able to take our synthetic chromosome and transplant it into a recipient cell - a different organism. "As soon as this new software goes into the cell, the cell reads [it] and converts into the species specified in that genetic code." The new bacteria replicated over a ...
Jeff Hawkins on Artificial Intelligence - Part 1/5 The founder of Palm, Jeff Hawkins, solves the mystery of Artificial Intelligence and presents his theory at the RSA Conference 2008. He gives a brief tutorial on the neocortex and then explains how the brain stores memory and then describes how to use that knowledge to create artificial intelligence. This lecture is insightful and his theory will revolutionize computer science.
Artificial Intelligence -The Blue Fairy The Blue Fairy
Perfect Perceptions - I, Artificial I, Artificial's first show on 8/1/2010 at Mad Maggies in Elgin, IL. Check out the band's website at /iartificial
Artificial eyes - How its made
Polyworld: Using Evolution to Design Artificial Intelligence Google Tech Talks November, 8 2007 ABSTRACT This presentation is about a potential shortcut to artificial intelligence by trading mind-design for world-design using artificial evolution. Evolutionary algorithms are a pump for turning CPU cycles into brain designs. With exponentially increasing CPU cycles while our understanding of intelligence is almost a flat-line, the evolutionary route to AI is a centerpiece of most Kurzweilian singularity scenarios. This talk introduces the Polyworld artificial life simulator as well as results from our ongoing attempt to evolve artificial intelligence and further the Singularity. Polyworld is the brain child of Apple Computer Distinguished Scientist Larry Yaeger, who remains the primary developer of Polyworld: www.beanblossom.in.us Speaker: Virgil Griffith Virgil Griffith is a first year graduate student in Computation and Neural Systems at the California Institute of Technology. On weekdays he studies evolution, computational neuroscience, and artificial life. He did computer security work until his first year of university when his work got him sued for sedition and espionage. He then decided that security was probably not safest field to be in and he turned his life to science.
Guitar Lesson learn pinch harmonics or artificial harmonics want more Free stuff click above link Learn how to make your guitar squeal with pinch harmonics or also called artificial harmonics
The Nwo's Artificial Habitat for Humanity - Alex Jones Tv 1/2 Napolitano Announces Expansion of Gestapo Zones from Airports to Malls and Hotels Kurt Nimmo December 27, 2010 As we predicted, Homeland Security and national security state officialdom are in the process of expanding the police state and citizen humiliation grid from airports to hotels and shopping malls. How long before you will be subjected to a virtual strip search before you can buy food or other necessities? "The United States is stepping up security at 'soft targets' like hotels and shopping malls, as well as trains and ports, as it counters the evolving Al-Qaeda threat, a top official said Sunday," reports AFP. "We look at so-called soft targets — the hotels, shopping malls, for example — all of which we have reached out to in the past year and have done a fair amount of training for their own employees," DHS boss Janet Napolitano said. Big Sis Napolitano knows the government's "See Something, Say Something" program to acclimate citizens to a police and surveillance state designed to rival anything established by East Germany's Stasi is more Big Brotherism. "It just sounds very Big Brother to me, turning in the next door neighbor." CNN's Candy Crowley said to Napolitano during an interview on "State of the Union." "It's not," Napolitano argued. "It depends on the common sense of the American people. I think they have common sense. And it depends on, again ... getting through this notion that our safety, our security and the world we live in today is a ...