Google Translate is moonlighting as a deranged oracle—and experts say it’s likely because of the spooky nature of neural networks.
Look at this image. Unfocus your eyes a little bit. What do you see? A few yellow circles, a few green circles, a few purple circles and a few red/orange circles, right? Wrong.
Scientologists use these contraptions for "auditing" sessions to "see thoughts" using electrodermal currents. Is there any efficacy to "electropsychometers," or are the guts of these machines as full of crap as L. Ron Hubbard?
The other members of his tribe were murdered over 20 years ago by the henchmen of an illegal farming operation that wanted access to their land. The guilty were never punished.
Wesley Omar's case had all the makings of a great heist story. Captives locked away in dank, dirty conditions; a break-in, a getaway vehicle and a man hunt.
For a brief moment in the '90s, Bugs Bunny and Co. took over streetwear.
Rick Allen was on an excursion with his climbing partner when he fell after a solo attempt on the 26,401-foot summit of Broad Peak, the 12th highest mountain in the world. After he was spotted, he was promptly brought to safety and is on the mend.
Also, healthcare for all, an end to climate change and affordable housing. Thanks.
This business move often even causes them to lose money.
This elderly woman fell into a lake and was unable to get out. Rather than fight it, she simply resigned herself to the situation and waited for responders to come to save her.
Gianni Versace's murderer, Andrew Cunanan, was not only a serial killer but also a Virgo. Undeniably so, in fact: He rarely left a messy crime scene, neatly rolling up his victims' bodies in rugs or plastic and usually hiding them out of sight.
It's a re-creation of the, uh, famous scene in "Jurassic Park," you see.
A new study estimates that Earth’s interior contains 1000 times more diamond than we thought.
When an ant dies, it releases a specific chemical, signaling to others it has passed on to the great ant beyond. "The Action Lab" uses this same substance to play a fast one on the insects.
A career con-artist, Anthony Gignac got busted over and over again, but kept finding new prey in America's capital city of fraud.
Tables are overturned. Tents collapse. A woman in folksy garb is hit smack in the face.
If you've watched TV in the last couple years, there's a good chance you've seen the Flex Tape infomercial, where the guy repairs a boat he's just cut in half. Does that actually work in non-infomercial-land?
No, this isn't a legal move, but we sure as hell think it should become one.
In a statement on Tuesday, President Trump sought to reaffirm his support of the American intel community — only one day after the President sided with Vladimir Putin, denying that Russia interfered in the 2016 election.
Well, this looks very uncomfortable.
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