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Let’s take a moment to appreciate Lupin’s hair in this gif…
omg I just noticed Dumbledore looking at Peter really suspiciously…
Or he’s checking out Lupin’s hair. I mean look at it, it’s glorious.
Why are we not talking about the figure in the window!? because that is freaky!
the figure in the window is checking out Lupin’s hair as well
Hot coffee on a freezing cold morning.
Two humans - one Norwegian and one Indian - have been competing for the World Chess Championship. Neither of them would fancy their chances against the best computers. The machines have come a long way and their progress has taken us closer to achieving artificial intelligence.
In 1968 chess master David Levy made a bet that by 1978 no computer could beat him in a series of games. He won the bet. In fact, it took most of the 1980s before he was finally beaten. “After I won the first bout, I made a second bet for a period of five years. I stopped betting after that. At that point I could see what was coming.” In 1997, the best player in the world Garry Kasparov was beaten by the IBM computer Deep Blue in a controversial series. Today, the world’s best player Magnus Carlsen would be foolish to make a Levy-style bet. The best computers would beat him. But the progress that computers have made against one task - beating the best humans at chess - offers a lesson for the whole way people think about the future of artificial intelligence. (via BBC News - The unwinnable game)
there is no love, only words to get what you want