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#13 - The ball doesn't have to be coming your way for it to be pass …  [+] (2 replies) 09/28/2016 on You're Comin' With Me 0
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#14 - iamrexraptor (09/29/2016) [-]
they wave off pass interference if the ball is uncatchable, i.e. if the ball is thrown 10 feet out of bounds and the receiver and the corner are fighting to get on the outside still
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#15 - bossmanholms (09/29/2016) [-]
Yeah that is true but it still doesn't have to be coming your way.
#21 - >Britain held off the German invasion same as the Russians,…  [+] (6 replies) 09/12/2016 on Gets me every time +4
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#49 - buttkickerboy (09/12/2016) [-]
Russia was putting up a hell of a lot more of a fight than britain was
and so were the germans on the Eastern front
there were less so fighting the British because it wasn't as big of a concern.
Both nations held off Germany, but let's just say Russian gave and took more hits to/from germany than Britain. You could say it was 50/50 but that's just not right.
it's more like 50(russia)25(britain)20(america)5(others)
now those numbers aren't accurate by any means but it's a good representation.
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#86 - bossmanholms (09/13/2016) [-]
There is something in the business world referred to as an intangible asset. Now these range from things that have a clear monetary value such as patents and copyrights and unclear or hard to determine monetary value such company culture and the impact of management. Now in contrast there are tangible assets such as buildings, supplies and equipment that have a clear cut value. Now do the tangible assets have more value because the value is more easily determined? No, in fact the intangible assets usually have more value because they not easily replaced. In the same way the Russians do not have more of an impact because their contribution to the war effort (German casualties, German territory seized. and German resources expended fighting them) is more easily quantifiable. Britain's spying and crippling the Nazi war machine had an tangible and unquantifiable impact on the war because it couldn't be replaced as easily. Remove Russia from WW2 entirely and all you need to replace them is grunts to fill the trenches. Remove Britain and Germany suddenly has access to oil throughout the length of the war and is not as intensely spied upon.

TLDR: Britain was responsible for the brains of the Allies and the Commies did the only thing Commies are good for, die.
#26 - stalini (09/12/2016) [-]
Britain got locked up in their own island and hardly did any fighting outside of it.
Nothing major.
#29 - mytodger (09/12/2016) [-]
Except. you know the plethora of information and spying the British did.
#36 - stalini (09/12/2016) [-]
I wrote fighting you dumb cunt
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#41 - gwillster (09/12/2016) [-]
You're an idiot
#12 - I would love to read a psychologists analysis of this. It's an…  [+] (7 replies) 09/12/2016 on 9 - 9 - 16 +13
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#20 - iamnotpolarpulse (09/13/2016) [-]
what if this Ai after analyzing this movie learns from it and becomes radical
#16 - kapkap (09/12/2016) [-]
as i understood it "all" watson did was analyse what scenes had emotional impact, they had someone else come in and make the trailer itself
#30 - anon (09/13/2016) [-]
How this AI made this trailer, probably:
Some HUMANs first have to manually 'rate' a bunch of scenes with scores like 'suspense', 'interview', 'sad' and so on. They probably had to enter at least a hundred different scenes.

THEN the computer tries to piece it together : person standing static in scene = interview. quick shifting colors = suspense etc. It does this by analyzing each scene versus the data put in by HUMANS by using those facial software like the ones on snapchat. Then it watches many many trailers on the internet (or maybe even a handpicked horror set picked by HUMANS), which then has to be split manually by HUMANS (it has to be fragmented, else the computer would just get confused), then only the computer can read them individually.

Finally, it picks the sequence of clips the HUMAN recorded gave it to give this. Then, the HUMANs pick the best produced to get OPs, there may be dozens of rejected trailers you don't see. This doesn't even take into account the music part.

As you see, humans have to do tons of work to get this generated, it's like forcing the planets in NMS to produce something nice : at this point is HARDER to get the ai to generate the trailer than just make it yourself.

src : my university research project was to get an ai to hear music and categorize them. It sucked really bad at figuring out music. I did get an a+ tho.
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#40 - sharius (09/13/2016) [-]
They explain it generally at the end of the video. I didn't pay much attention to it myself, so I can't compare your expectations, but it did have some human element to it, naturally. I think they said something about Watson recognizing action moments and discerning fear/happiness, idk
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#29 - bossmanholms (09/13/2016) [-]
That will still reveal a lot in my opinion.
#17 - jobiden (09/12/2016) [-]
I think its funny how stiff and nervous the guy at 2:45 sounds. Like he was a bit spooked. "Watson helped, yeah, but we still need humans to make movie trailers! Haha I'm not being replaced by a robot any time soon... haha" Then again, it could just be because he's not used to interviews, but its funnier to think he's considering updating his resume.
#19 - kapkap (09/12/2016) [-]
honestly the ibm guy is probably right, creative jobs will be the last to get replaced by robots, hard to replicate what you dont fully understand