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4 Best Machines For Building Massive Arms

“Let’s clear up a little confusion: The triceps dip machine is not the assisted dip machine that you also use for assisted pull-ups” writes Roger Lockridge for bodybuilding.com. Pro tip: Like the lying cable curls for biceps, this machine is a great workout finisher.To isolate your arms on this machine, grab a handle you’re comfortable with and lie back on the bench with your arms extended by your sides.The huge advantage of the triceps dip machine is it allows you to go heavy without as much risk, so don’t be…

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Stripe’s AI fraud detector is crazy smart

“A component of Radar 2.0, called Radar for Fraud Teams, is aimed at large enterprises” writes Matthew Hughes for thenextweb.com. Fraud teams can set thresholds where they’ll automatically block payments, create lists of attributes that should be blocked (like IP addresses or emails), and can see how well they’re performing. Source: thenextweb.com Share This:

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Taste is increasingly dictated by algorithms

“Displacing the judgment of taste partly to algorithms, as in the Amazon Echo Look, robs us of some of that humanity” writes Apr Edt for racked.com. This is the kind of social, aesthetic intelligence, the sense of taste, that our algorithms are missing, for now at least.If our taste is dictated by data-fed algorithms controlled by massive tech corporations, then we must be content to classify ourselves as slavish followers of robots. Source: racked.com Share This:

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Machines will soon be able to learn without being programmed

“To do that, mathematical models are built and then fed with huge volumes of data, experts said” writes Dan Edblom for cnbc.com. The algorithms learn to identify patterns and assumptions from those data sets that are then applied to process new information.”We want to be able to use the machine’s own capability to learn from complex data,” Eric Chang, senior director at Microsoft Research Asia, told CNBC. One area of machine learning that is being looked at is image recognition.Businesses will soon be able to put it to use, experts…

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This machine washes your clothes while you cycle — and it saves loads of water and time

“The SpinCycle is a portable washing machine that attaches to almost any bicycle” writes Charlie Floyd for businessinsider.com.au. The bicycle is fully usable with a SpinCycle attached, and everything needed for washing clothes can be carried in the drum.While he was there he had to wash huge amounts of clothes by hand and wanted to find a better solution. Source: businessinsider.com.au Share This:

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Elon Musk agrees robot glut slowed Model 3 production

“And when King opined out loud that in some cases, said robots probably slowed down production, Musk responded with a terse “yes, they did.”” reports autoblog.com. “We realized that the true problem, the true difficulty, and where the greatest potential is – is building the machine that makes the machine,” Musk said.Just to be clear though, a surfeit of robots isn’t the only reason Tesla has consistently fallen short of its production goals. Source: autoblog.com Share This:

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Human + Machine: The Impact of AI on Business Transformation

“The focus instead is on reinventing traditional business processes, making them much more flexible and responsive to real-time conditions” writes Irving Wladawsky-berger for wsj.com. Standard business processes, even best-in-class practices are no longer enough.AI systems must be able to explain their behavior and recommendations to the satisfaction of their human partners. Source: wsj.com Share This:

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