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What are the biggest memes in each field?

Physics: cold fusion
Mathematics: set theory
Computer science: P=NP
Biology: telomerase
Chemistry: buckyball
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>>8143032
That's actually really accurate, f am
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>>8143032
Quantum Mechanics: many worlds
Cosmology: wormholes
Astronautics: warp drive

What are the most reputable engineering schools? Pic related.
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>>8105134
Well I know that Jim's whorehouse in downtown Denver can teach you the best skills an engineer can have, cock sucking and taking it up the ass.
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>>8105136
>Butthurt mathfag detected

I'm sure your knowledge of theoretical nth dimensional geometric spaces has made you incredibly marketable. How do you turndown all those job offers?
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MIT Stanford Caltech?

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If you're not capable of going through this at the age of 18 after finishing high school tier maths (AP classes not necessary) then you will never make it. No ifs, no buts, no excuses. And knowing of its existence is the indicator that you have the interest for rigorous scholarship in the first place, which means that claiming that you hadn't heard of it puts you in the hopeless category.
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>>8144680

Thanks for letting us know.
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I can probably go through it, but I can't buy it in my country
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Thanks for the opinion m8

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Alright, let's talk about blood donation/transfusion /sci/.

Is it a safe procedure for the donor? I mean, is our body ok with losing 500ml of blood in a day?
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>>8142504
yes.
In fact, if you have too much iron in your blood, you even should give blood.
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>>8142509
>>8142510
> yes
[citation required]
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>I mean, is our body ok with losing 500ml of blood in a day?
not always

that's why people sometimes faint or feel ill after donating

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What does /sci/ think about this blooks song? Should normal people drop out of school?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8xe6nLVXEC0
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Yes but you have to start working somewhere.
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>>8143133
I watched 1/3 of it. Nearly everything he mentioned he wasn't taught is a college course. Including first aid. Not that we shouldn't push a lot of shit into general education.
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Promoting antiintellectualism is wrong.
Now, I know that the quality of schools is generally pretty awful in the US, but all these things he mentioned are reasonable important and you can expect people to know them, if they're taught properly.

Obviously this appeals to the idea that you study for the sake of knowing things.

What does /sci/ think about xkcdHatGuy? I think he's a literal genius. He has more videos on his youtube, and a soundcloud, but I don't think anyone knows his name or what he's up to (what university he goes/went to, what major, etc.)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eGguwYPC32I
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He's really not. He paid attention in physics class.
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he's got a very soothing voice for a 12 years old
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he looks CGI

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>"Physics is to math what sex is to masturbation."
what did he mean by this
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>>8144217
Physicists get really frisky with each other.
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>>8144217
>Having sex
>Masturbating
>2016
>Not doing math 22 hours a day
Wew Lad
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>>8144217
Sex is the big brother of masturbation so physics is the big brother of math

Very often you see modern portrayals of the Neanderthals as being human-like, although inferior since, as far as we can tell, they never had culture. However, the fact is often overlooked that they had larger brains than we do today. In fact, they were superior to us, and we were the disgusting third world intruders into the land of Neanderthals, and through wave upon wave of migrant modern man into Europe, we out bred Neanderthals into extinction.

But this part I would like to stress. We were not superior to them because of their lack of culture. In fact, it is the opposite!...
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>>8143068
>>8143086
Wow.

I think you're right OP. Neanderthals were probably an order or two smarte than us.
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I actually wrote a paper on the topic that Neanderthals were just humans that were highly specialized due to geographic isolation. Neanderthals have the same number of bones as humans, have the structures/genes for language, and have evidence of art, burial rituals, and even a bone flute. Neanderthals aren't superior to humans because their diet wasn't as varied as ours. Due to what many paleontologists have found so far Neanderthals may not have been as versatile as the humans that quickly ended up displacing them over time. It's unknown why the Neanderthal ultimately...
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>>8143068
>>8143086
Top quality cnotributions. Why do you have to make it so obvious that you're sjwtards ?
back to your cage
>>>/trash/

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Google is working on a flying car.

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-06-09/welcome-to-larry-page-s-secret-flying-car-factories
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Google is working on many things
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post the helicopter vs flying car efficiency graph
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>>8142522
I cant wait! Will it have Google Glass support?

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Launch tread for the next SpaceX launch.
Get in here, faggots and shitposters.
>T-18 hours and counting.
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Also
https://spacexstats.com/missions/eutelsat-117w-b-abs-2a

https://spaceflightnow.com/launch-schedule/
Looks like June and July will be packed with launches
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Will Musk be the god-emperor?
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>>8142268
Who is the guy in the middle of that picture anyway?

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The science of studying.

Why do some people require hours and hours of relentless studying? When I was in school, I knew people who would study a single topic, weeks on end, only to still get bad grades.

I don't want to seem too full of myself here, but I'm not going to lie, I was capable of obtaining top A+ marks by simply reading the book the night before the exam. I guess I was relatively lucky in school, but it made the whole concept seem a little wasted when I realised I could get top marks with *minimal* effort.

So back to what I was saying....
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>>8136782
>The science of studying.
>The science of anime
>The science of choosing a textbook
>The science of shitposting
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>>8136782
>Why do some people require such ruthless studying? And why do some lucky individuals such as myself require barely any?

General intelligence. I don't think there's another way to put it. You get things fast, you remember them and you know what the teacher wants.

It works in a similar way at college, but there you need a bit more effort. You have to pay attention at what the lecturer says and study what he tells you to study.

Some people's mind are...
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>>8136797
>It's just boring.
Halmos - Measure Theory. What I mean is that details in theorems are easy to fill out and you need a lot of stamina and motivation to go through hours of tedious work.

How do mathematicians do this? I thought It would be more fun. If things get difficult you need to work on whatever your mind comes out with and it's still boring.

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Why is it that in Japan disorders like autism, ADHD, depression, and etc aren't as prominent?

Are they just not as common?
Is it the culture streamlining a similar thought process to those as being normal in society? For example, more western frames of thought and the spectrum of them could be seen as "disorders" too there.
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any data? according to wikipedia Japan it's at top 20 in suicide rates. But some things like ADHD may be overdiagnosed (I live in Europe and no one really cares about ADHD in adults)
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>>8143855
because ADHD is not a disorder, it's normal.
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>>8143877
this. coz they just suicide than taking xanax

MED thread first try to diagnose and then we talk about treatments

Yes shitty image, deal with it faggot
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Pneumonia
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Before someone says its TB, the bacteria usually occurs in the apex of the lungs due to the higher v/q ratio of oxygen.
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>>8127660
OP here
Good try but no, look carefully at the image

BTW, in pneumonia the parts of the lungs close to the diafragma are blurred and there isn't a clear line that divides the lungs from the diafragma (costodiafragmatic and costomediastinic regions)

Sory for vocabulary regarding med, Spanish is my first language

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Goose-bozo status? Approaching FULL.
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First he's going off about the Matrix, then he's talking about aliens and stuff

What are you doing Melonusk jesus christ.
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>>8141461
Why is he so certain about things that cant be accurately predicted?
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>>8141480
what can't be predicted ?

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So whats with all these little dents on plutos surface ?
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>he wonders why there's a crystalline pattern on a giant ice ball
a mystery indeed
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swamp gas
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>>8141653
spice

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What does /sci/ think of economics in general and this guy in particular?
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Economics is a philosophy, not a science. Everything is an untested hypothetical with no predictive power.
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>>8131828
>muh predictive power
Popper go away
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>>8131829
>Implying all science isn't based on making predictions

>mfw 95% of the idiots talking about this shit have no clue that mars has 1/3 earth gravity

how the fuck does he plan to deal with this for his "colonists"
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>>8136884

""""gravity""""

Maybe you retards will find Santa Claus and The Tooth Fairy while you're in Mars too
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>>8136884
lifting
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>1/3 earth gravity
>actually complaining about it

Can you even imagine all the shit you can do with 1/3 gravity?!? I'll give you a hint, pic realted

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What is the spookiest math you know? Pic related
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-1/12
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1=2
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>>8132607

statistics math is very spooky

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ITT: Things people say about your job/major that makes you want to scream

>Oh anon, you're a surgeon? Give me medical advice!
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math
>you must be really good with numbers
>i always hated math
>you must be really smart
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>>8125034
>So you want to be a teacher?

But one that really enrages me to my core and that I do not think is too common was when I was told

>So you are doing math to be better prepared for an engineering degree in the future?

THE FUCKING NERVE.

I know this is an autistic rant but the fucking implication. That I'd be so stupid as to go 4 years to university for preparation for another 4 years of university.

Fucking hell man.

Regarding...
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>>8125034
art, don't laugh I'm gainfully employed.
>Can you paint my dog for free?
>Make me a giant poster, for free.
>Make me Christmas ornaments, for free.
>Paint this stupid shit/trinket I bought, for free.
>Why don't you want to do all of this stupid arts n' crafts shit for me anon?

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Basically i am currently doing my Abitur(highest school degree in germany) and want to go study something good. I am and was always interested in Physics, so i consider doing it. Well if you look at the equations it looks hard but beginner algebra looked also really hard when you where in primary school, but is actually not really that difficult how you imagined it to be. Anyways i consider studying it outside of Germany i suppose, either an english or german speaking country. Well i also consider biology or chemistry etc.

Oh and also sorry if this doesnt belong here.
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If you want to do any subject to a high standard, it will be hard. If you enjoy physics, enough to want to learn it in your own time, then it seems like a safe choice to study physics.
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Studier was du willst. Aber halt die Ohren steiff. Es ist nicht genug ein Genie zu sein, junger Mann... du musst hart arbeiten.
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>>8139960
any fool can solve equations, just look at all the mathfags here

physics just takes a bit of imagination

in the end this is all just blabla, do what you love or what you think you love

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http://superscholar.org/smartest-people-alive/

How accurate is this list for the smartest people in the world?

It looks like they go by both IQ and accomplishments.

Some notable names:
29. Chris Langan
25. Neil deGrasse Tyson
24. Kim Ung-Yong
17. Garry Kasparov
16. Terrence Tao
9. Magnus Carlsen
4. Grigori Perelman
3. Andrew Wiles
1. Stephen Hawking
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>>8139401
im only 20 iq pts behind a man (einstein) who debunked the majority of physics by thinking about trains. And seeing as physics deals with true complexity and other science do not, its even more reasonable for a 140 to be able to trash your kind than it was for a 160 to trash physics ;)
if ur iq was above 140 u wouldnt be as butthurt about the concept of a 140 hyp grad lurking this beta barn..
so the logical conclusion is that ur iq is lower than 140 (possibly much lower)
if you met me in real life you would...
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>>8139401
>chess players on the list
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>>8139427
This pasta could be hugely improved by adding something about closing the 20 point gap through brain training exercises and practicing mental arithmetic.

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How can I keep my brain sharp?Don't be afraid to make long posts about it.
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>>8128171
Put it in a pencil sharpener.
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>>8128174
cringe
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define brain sharp

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Hey /sci/
My bird sized brain cant wrap around the creation of the universe. As far as I understand the prominent theory would be string theory, and a collision of strings generated the big bang. Fine, but where did the strings come from?

Heisenbergs uncertainty principle states that systems can be created out of nothing by spontaniously forming pairs of particle . The closer the sum of energy of these particles, the longer the system can survive. But how would this with the big bang? Also, in what dimension would that have happened?

Please help
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>>8138130
Time didn't exist before the big bang so asking what was before it is meaningless. Someone asked the same question years ago in our optics/relativity course at college. All 200 students and the professor laughed at him.

Don't be that guy.
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>>8138158
That still doesnt answer the question of how it got there :/
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>>8138130
>creation of the universe
>As far as I understand the prominent theory would be string theory

No, the big bang is. There are attempts to shoehorn string theory into cosmology but that's still very early in development.

>Heisenbergs uncertainty principle states that systems can be created out of nothing by spontaniously

No.

>The closer the sum of energy of these particles,...
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what is the science behind brushing your teeth?
are there actual studies in support of the claim that a regular brushing regime reduces risk of developing cavities/bad teeth/etc ?
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I never brush my teeth and haven't had any cavities and teeth are shiny white. Brushing is a meme invented by the global dentist society to make you by useless shit like toothpaste. Fuck the jews
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>>8131716
>>>/pol/
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>>8131716
This. Do you think people in Israel ever brush their teeth?

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Creating human-level AGI or functional human brain emulations should be considered as an act of war against all other nations.
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>>8140325
Nuclear retaliation by all (other) nuclear powers should be ensured as the automatic result, to deter such an act of war.
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>>8140326
This is the only way to prevent the AI apocalypse or a malthusian emulation scenario, and therefore to preserve humanity.
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Has anyone here gone to community college and then transferred to university for their science/engineering degree? It seems like you would be at a huge disadvantage compared to the guys that started at the university in terms of connections, internships, GPA-padding etc...

I ask this because I'm debating going to an average university directly or starting at a community college that has a transfer program with a good university.
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I didnt, and dont understand what you mean by gpa paddling. But i know people who did and they had the advantage of lower costs.
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>>8137161
Your GPA almost never transfers with you because the classes in community college are much easier. If you fuck up once, you don't have those two years of padding to save you.
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>>8137158
OP, I did research for my university on exactly this. We found after multivariate stats that you shouldn't take any science or engineering classes at community college if you want to succeed.


50% of people entering college of science from CC failed out of it. 70% for college of engineering.

So take your core classes at CC, Dave yourself for the science and engineering classes. AMA.

http://www.ulalaunch.com/webcast.aspx

Delta IV launch.

Biggest rocket to date.

Carrying classified spy satellite.
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It has a baller logo as well
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Is that the actual logo?? If so that;s marvelous.
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>>8133500
It ain't a secret now. Nice OPSEC dumbass.

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What's the point in being a groundbreaking Mathematician when you have this opinion of yourself:

""'I'm not interested in money or fame,' he is quoted to have said at the time. 'I don't want to be on display like an animal in a zoo. I'm not a hero of mathematics. I'm not even that successful; that is why I don't want to have everybody looking at me.'"

like what the fuck? He's pretty much one of the best mathematicians on the planet, and yet he thinks this of himself?
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>>8136999
He's so smart he trancended ego and fame
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>>8136999
He wants to sound humble. He's probably drowning in pussy and money as we speak.
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>>8136999
checked

why does this bother you?
I think you have a very western point of view.
A lot of motivation in western countries come from potential for money, potential for fame, potential for recognition.

I think Perelman was genuinely curious and solved a problem because he wanted to know the answer, not because he wanted the money that came with it.

Have you ever been taking a shit and exploring the Collatz conjecture at the same time for fun? Then you should know the feeling.

Turkeysaurus Rex.
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>when furries draw your waifu
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>>8130106
Here's a better one. I call it "Aslan Barney."
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>>8130106
Re-envisioned Jurassic Park when? People would die of laughter.

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>he thinks he can solve human-level AI within ten years

can he do it bros?
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>>8137566
He can make new tycoon game and nothing else.
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Let's wait and see
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>>8137566
>human level AI
Never gonna happen. An AI can at best have the computational power of a Turing machine. Human consciousness is stricly more computationally powerful.


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