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December 06 2017

Roxanne but every time they sing Roxanne it gets 5% faster
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When you see someone back in your friends feed after a long time...
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what's your excuse
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On Copying: The Internet vs Companies
Back when I started deviantART i learnt you’re not supposed to copy (let alone trace) artworks, which is true, and an important lesson. And god forbid you forget to credit the original artists without getting bashed online.
It was until I got employed that I realized people in the workplace don’t even care whether their employees copied or not, as long as what they make sells. These people care less about intended similarities between works than people on the internet.

Moral of the story: plagiarism is a big no-no, but copying? most companies won’t care as much as an average artist on the internet will. Elaborate internet hate is real.
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SethBling does it again. his latest project is training a LSTM network to play Super Mario Kart using Q-Learning without human input. it's called MarIQ. it's gotten pretty skillful in some tracks, often making 1st place in some. it's currently streaming live.
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i tried it extensively for 3 minutes and have discovered that it is impossible.
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dinolich:

consuljuniper:

scumtriumphant:

it’s the christmas you always dream of

o’ godzilla tree
o’ godzilla tree
please do not stomp on meeee

It’s the most wonderful time of the year.

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