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Photos released of Putin’s visit to the Arctic

Vladimir Putin made a trip to the Arctic this week to participate in the International Arctic Forum held March 29-30 in Arkhangelsk, Russia. Photos released by the Kremlin to the AP show Putin inspecting an ice cave on Alexandra Land, an island of the Franz Josef Land Archipelago, where Russia has recently upgraded its military… via […]

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‘The King of Rock’ DMC on his influence from Comic Books

Check out this really dope interview with the Hip Hop legend DMC, who is one third of the Hall of Fame iconic group, RUN DMC. He attended the Comicon 2017 in Raleigh, North Carolina to premiere his new comic book, “Daryl Makes Comics.” DMC shares a rare story of his childhood growing up, being a nerd, […]

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#2 Artificial Intelligence vs Humanity | Machine Learning

The original date for this live broadcast was on March 19, 2017. On this episode I explain what machine learning, predictive analytics, deep learning is. I also go into a controversial study conducted by Facebook by controlling its users. The Air Force along with DARPA use social media to control people like drones and more. […]

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Stephen Hawking is about to be outer space!

Getty Image It’s an incredible opportunity that he never thought would come to fruition, but esteemed scientist Stephen Hawking is heading into outer space thanks to the generosity of Sir Richard Branson and his Virgin Galactic shuttle plans. According to The Independent UK, the revered cosmologist and theoretical physicist recently told Good Morning Britain that… via […]

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No accountability in Flint outbreak – News One

A Michigan health official who didn’t tell the public about an outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease during Flint’s water crisis was sentenced to probation and ordered to write an apology to residents. Are we in high school or did this woman’s blatantly negligent actions add insult to an already endangered population? Twelve people died, by the… via […]

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A rogue robot is blamed for a human colleague’s gruesome death — Quartz

Usually when people worry about machines and work, they are concerned that automation will take away their livelihoods, not their lives. But a new lawsuit claiming a rogue robot is responsible for killing a human colleague reveals additional nightmarish possibilities. In July 2015, Wanda Holbrook, a maintenance technician performing routine duties on an assembly line… via […]

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School apologizes after fifth-graders asked to make ‘slave auction’ posters — WTVR.com

Watch Video A New Jersey schools superintendent has apologized for a “culturally insensitive” assignment in which fifth-graders learning about Colonial America were asked to create posters advertising slave auctions. The posters have been taken down from walls at South Mountain Elementary School and the assignment will be rethought next year, the superintendent said. Some parents… via […]

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HBCU Money’s 2017 African American Owned Bank Directory —

(Founders of Merchants & Farmers Bank in Durham, North Carolina) All banks are listed by state. In order to be listed in our directory the bank must have at least 51 percent African American ownership. You can click on the bank name to go directly to their website. OTHER KEY FINDINGS: Key losses were the […] […]

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Artificial Intelligence vs Humanity

The original broadcast of this show was on March 12, 2017. Subjects discussed was Is AI a threat to Christianity? The recent Wikileaks regarding the CIA and Samsung products spying on you. A breakdown on machine learning. Hour One Hour Two

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For the first time atom-sized data storage by IBM

For the first time, IBM says it successfully stored data on a single atom. The research was done at the Almaden lab in Silicon Valley, and was first published in the scientific journal Nature on Wednesday. This achievement by IBM means people will eventually change the way they store data, Quartz reports–especially because as of… via […]

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An almost impossible engineering project lets us time travel to the start of the universe — Quartz

Time travel is possible, in a way. Astrophysicists are about to make the sci-fi fantasy a reality using a giant infrared telescope that can peer at star formations 13 billion light years away, seeing them just like they were that many years ago, and illuminating the recipe for the soup that is the universe. On… via […]

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#6 CERN, D-Wave and Technocracy (Robert X & Kilindi Iyi)

The original date of this broadcast was published on Mar 5, 2017 As I concluded my series on CERN, D-Wave and Technocracy, I was joined by two very well-respected researchers, Robert X from Chicago and Kilindi Iyi from Detroit. Robert X who studied under the late Steve Cokely covers the Technocracy aspect tying in all […]

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#5 CERN, D-Wave and Technocracy

The original date of this broadcast was February 26, 2017. I pick up where I left off from last weeks broadcast. Some of the subjects discussed: IBM is now implementing the quantum computer as a broad network for others to use collectively. Even though they still do not complete understand the magnitude of this devise. […]

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#4 CERN, D-Wave and Technocracy

The original date of this broadcast was February 19, 2017. I continue to explore how CERN’s Large Hadron Collider, the D-Wave quantum computer all ties into our immediate future of a technocracy. Hour One Hour Two

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