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The Sentences Computers Can’t Understand, But Humans Can

The Sentences Computers Can’t Understand, But Humans Can

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The Winograd schema is a test designed to stretch computer language processing to its limit. If a machine can determine an intended referent in a sentence based only on clues from context, then the machine is using reasoning to parse the language, and, perhaps, it should be called intelligent. Humans are pretty good at working […]

Why are Brazilians concerned by “The Edge of Democracy”?

Why are Brazilians concerned by “The Edge of Democracy”?

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Welcome everyone to today’s episode of the Libertarian View Point.we’re gonna present the article suggested by Eder Sena, written by Peter Turguniev, translated into English by Marco Batalha and Ljubica Todorova, revised and narrated by Max Guimarães. Why are Brazilians concerned about “The Edge of Democracy”? The socialist ceremony of the Oscars will be held […]

Hickory Dickory Dock | Super Simple Songs

Hickory Dickory Dock | Super Simple Songs

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Hickory dickory dock The mouse went up the clock The clock struck one The mouse went down Hickory dickory dock Tick tock. Tick tock. Tick tock. Tick tock. A snake Hickory dickory dock The snake went up the clock The clock struck two The snake went down Hickory dickory dock Tick tock. Tick tock. Tick […]

Why books are here to stay | Small Thing Big Idea, a TED series

Why books are here to stay | Small Thing Big Idea, a TED series

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Transcriber: Brian Greene Reviewer: Krystian Aparta I will lend books to people, but of course, the rule is “Don’t do that unless you never intend to see that book again.” [Small thing.] [Big idea.] The physical object of a book is almost like a person. I mean, it has a spine and it has a […]

Fred: Character Analysis – ‘A Christmas Carol’ (Animated)

Fred: Character Analysis – ‘A Christmas Carol’ (Animated)

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Unlike Scrooge, Fred symbolises the good in people, as he sets a good example of how we should behave towards one another, particularly towards family. A representative of the middle class, Dickens uses Fred’s character to show generosity towards others, especially at Christmas time. This is seen in Fred’s invitation to Scrooge to celebrate Christmas […]

Kobe Bryant Wrote a Hoopernatural Book | Ridiculousness

Kobe Bryant Wrote a Hoopernatural Book | Ridiculousness

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(applause and cheering) – Okay. (crowd chanting “MVP”) – (beep) (laughing) (sighing) – Okay. (crowd yelling) – We have done 300 (beep) shows. (audience laughing) – We have never had an entrance like that. – Never! – Okay? (crowd screaming) – We were in the middle of a (beep) championship right there. I was like […]

Der erste Brunnen: Deutsch lernen mit Untertiteln – Eine Geschichte für Kinder “BookBox.com”

Der erste Brunnen: Deutsch lernen mit Untertiteln – Eine Geschichte für Kinder “BookBox.com”

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The First Well Retold by BookBox There once was a small kingdom around a lake. One very hot summer it did not rain and the lake dried up. People grew anxious and went to the King. “It has not rained for so long. Our fields are barren!”, said the farmers. “There are no fish to […]

Santa’s Christmas: Learn English (US) with subtitles – Story for Children “BookBox.com”

Santa’s Christmas: Learn English (US) with subtitles – Story for Children “BookBox.com”

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Vocabulary Builder: Erudite | Words Series | The Princeton Review

Vocabulary Builder: Erudite | Words Series | The Princeton Review

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Vocabulary Builder Erudite Word Series The Princeton Review Welcome to The Princeton Review’s latest “Word of the Day!” video. If you’re watching this, you probably want to build your vocabulary, or ace the SAT or ACT, or maybe you’re just ERUDITE — or all of the above! Not coincidentally, ERUDITE is today’s word. It even […]

The Definitive Book of Body Language ► Book Summary

The Definitive Book of Body Language ► Book Summary

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