Sanju is a biopic based on the life of actor Sanjay Dutt, which has been directed by Rajkumar Hirani and Ranbir Kapoor plays the protagonist in the film. Sanju also stars Dia Mirza, Sonam Kapoor, Anushka Sharma, Paresh Rawal, Karishma Tanna, Vicky Kaushal and Manisha Koirala in key roles.
Sanju Box Office Collection Day 1: Ranbir Kapoor’s Film Gets Biggest Opening Of 2018
Despite being a non-holiday release, Sanju managed to kick-start the week with a “phenomenal total”
- Sanju has garnered Rs. 34.75 crore on Day 1
- Sanju has become Ranbir’s highest opening day grosser
- Sanju is expected to surpass 100 crore mark in three days
Ranbir Kapoor’s Sanju has taken a roaring start. Sanju has packed in a powerful punch at the box office and garnered Rs. 34.75 crore on Day 1, reported Bollywood trade analyst Taran Adarsh. Despite being a non-holiday release, Sanju managed to kick-start the week with a “phenomenal total”. It’s a blockbuster opening for Sanju since the film has emerged as the biggest opener of 2018. It is expected that the Rajkumar Hirani-directed film will surpass the 100 crore mark if the current trend continues. “Non-holiday. Non-festival release. Yet, Sanju packs a phenomenal total on Day 1. Emerges as the biggest opener of 2018 [so far]. Also, Ranbir’s highest opener to date. Expected to cross Rs. 100 crore in 3 days, as per trends… Fri Rs. 34.75 crore,” Taran Adarsh tweeted.
Salman Khan’s Race 3, which headlined the list of highest opening day grosser till last Friday, has now been replaced by Ranbir Kapoor’s Sanju. With Race 3 on the second spot on the list now, Baaghi 2, “Padmaavat” and Veere Di Wedding are the other films to feature on the list.
Ranbir Kapoor’s last film was Jagga Jassos, which proved to be a downer at the box office and had a lifetime collection of around 80 crores. But the actor has surely made a remarkable comeback since Sanju has become Ranbir Kapoor’s highest opening day grosser. Sanju is followed by Besharam, Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani, Ae Dil Hai Mushkil and Tamasha on the list.
Sanju opened at the theatres on Friday and the audience as well as critics have welcomed the film with positive remarks. In his review of NDTV, Saibal Chatterjee writes: “Director and co-writer Rajkumar Hirani takes liberties with true events for the purpose of bolstering the film’s emotional appeal, but he does not let Sanju turn into a mere cinematic apologia for a temperamental movie star’s many indiscretions. Together with screenwriter Abhijat Joshi, he crafts an intelligent script that highlights the upheavals unleashed in Dutt’s life by drugs, alcohol, girls, guns and goons. The film is marked by both empathy and surprising bluntness. “.
Sanju is a biopic based on the life of actor Sanjay Dutt, which has been directed by Rajkumar Hirani and Ranbir Kapoor plays the protagonist in the film. Sanju also stars Dia Mirza, Sonam Kapoor, Anushka Sharma, Paresh Rawal, Karishma Tanna, Vicky Kaushal and Manisha Koirala in key roles.
The purpose of this website is to introduce machine learning (ML) in an intuitive and ”weird" way with as little discomfort as possible. The links are self-contained and only basic calculus, linear algebra, probability and statistics are needed (background links will be provided for people who are new or need refreshers). Any other prior knowledge will be introduced as we go along.
Artificial intelligence (AI), specifically machine learning, is one of the hottest fields right now, attracting talent from many different crafts. Almost every single executive in industry and academia agree that AI/ML will disrupt every industry and displace more jobs than it creates. Machine learning drives everything we do, from political campaigns to wall street. The time to adapt and learn AI/ML is now!
CS229 (Machine Learning) at Stanford is one of most famous classes in the world, attracting a variety of majors, from polysci to economics to physics. However, there is one issue with Stanford. To a newcomer, all the convoluted math can be pretty daunting. And other resources on the web might not introduce the material in an intuitive enough manner.
This website finds the sweet spot. It presents everything (math included) in an easy to understand way, with "weird" imagery/analogy.
What do I mean by "weird"?
Innovation is combining different ideas to perform better than their predecessors, individually. Richard Feynman said that what makes him great is his ability to represent everything he learns in 5 or 6 different ways. Even the way humans learn is by subconsciously relating new knowledge to existing knowledge.
Weird imagery is the best kind of imagery. It combines various ideas, ranging from Deliberate Practice to The Method of Loci. Weird analogies force you to truly use your imagination. Your smell. Your sight. Your taste buds. Weird imagery put you in a moment that you won’t forget, if done properly. Weird analogies, most importantly, force you to truly understand the material.
Richard Feynman. Kendrick Lamar. Nikola Tesla. All 3 have mastered imagery/analogy.
For instance, if I told you to remember the number 13178458320, could you do it (assuming you have no eidetic memory)? More powerful than mnemonics and rote learning, is to use weird imagery and analogy.
Read this next section slowly. Take your time thinking through this scenario. Let’s break it down to 131-784-583-20.
Imagine you were at your house. You walk through your front door. You smell your house. You hear your Mom acknowledge you.
Right when you walk in, you see three HUGE balloons. The balloons are shaped like 1-3-1. They’re gold balloons. They’re majestically floating over you, as if they were alive. It smells like helium.
You’re surprised as to why there is a 131 balloon by your doorway. You don’t recall today being anyone’s 131st birthday. So, you walk to your mom in the dining room looking for answers.
When you get to the dining room, your questions don’t subtract, they multiply. Things just get weirder. When you get there, you don’t see your mom. At least not how you expect. You see the 7-year old version of your mom. After your initial shock, you see your 7-year old mom ate (8) waffles shaped like a four-leaf clover.
You’re utterly confused and petrified. You have no idea what’s going on. You begin to panic and believe you are hallucinating. So you walk to your room to take a nap, hoping you will wake up and everything will be back to normal.
When you get to you room, you feel safe. You see something recognizable. You see you dad, a 58-year old man, sitting on your chair, shooting a 3-pointer on the basketball goal in your room. You feel at home again.
Take your time. Truly internalize these scenarios. You get quicker with practice.
Now, just use your regular memory to remember the number 20. This is the end of the sequence.
Wait five minutes…
Can you walk through that sequence in your head to remember the number? If done correctly, it should be pretty easy. A huge 1-3-1 balloon. Your 7-year old mom ate (8) a 4-leaf clover waffle. Your 58-year old dad shooting a 3-pointer in your room. The number 20. 131-784-583-20. Easy!
The analogies have to be weird. Try it over and over. It will be uncomfortable, and you’ll feel corny at times, but do it! You’ll get quicker and more efficient the more you do it.
After a lot of practice, you’ll see patterns and form analogies subconsciously. Forming analogies like this not only help you remember, but force you to understand a new subject more deeply.
This is the foundation on which I will explain machine learning.
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At MBC Biolabs, an incubator for biotech startups in San Francisco’s Dogpatch neighborhood, a team of scientists and interns working for the small startup Prellis Biologics have just taken a big step on the path toward developing viable 3D-printed organs for humans.
The company, which was founded in 2016 by research scientists Melanie Matheu and Noelle Mullin, staked its future (and a small $3 million investment) on a new technology to manufacture capillaries, the one-cell-thick blood vessels that are the pathways which oxygen and nutrients move through to nourish tissues in the body.
Without functioning capillary structures, it is impossible to make organs, according to Matheu. They’re the most vital piece of the puzzle in the quest to print viable hearts, livers, kidneys and lungs, she said.
“Microvasculature is the fundamental architectural unit that supports advanced multicellular life and it therefore represents a crucial target for bottom-up human tissue engineering and regenerative medicine,” said Jordan Miller, an assistant professor of bioengineering at Rice University and an expert in 3D-printed implantable biomaterial structures, in a statement.
This real-time video shows tiny fluorescent particles – 5 microns in diameter (the same size as a red blood cell) – moving through an array of 105 capillaries printed in parallel, inside a 700 micron diameter tube. Each capillary is 250 microns long.
Now, Prellis has published findings indicating that it can manufacture those capillaries at a size and speed that would deliver 3D-printed organs to the market within the next five years.
Prellis uses holographic printing technology that creates three-dimensional layers deposited by a light-induced chemical reaction that happens in five milliseconds.
This feature, according to the company, is critical for building tissues like kidneys or lungs. Prellis achieves this by combining a light-sensitive photo-initiator with traditional bioinks that allows the cellular material to undergo a reaction when blasted with infrared light, which catalyzes the polymerization of the bioink.
Prellis didn’t invent holographic printing technology. Several researchers are looking to apply this new approach to 3D printing across a number of industries, but the company is applying the technology to biofabrication in a way that seems promising.
The speed is important because it means that cell death doesn’t occur and the tissue being printed remains viable, while the ability to print within structures means that Prellis’ technology can generate the internal scaffolding to support and sustain the organic material that surrounds it, according to the company.
The video above, courtesy of Prellis Biologics, shows real-time printing of a cell encapsulation device that is useful for producing small human cells containing organoids. The structure is designed to be permeable and the size is 200 microns in diameter and can contain up to 2000 cells.
Prellis isn’t the first company to develop three-dimensional organ printing. There have been decades of research into the technology, and companies like BioBots (which made its debut on the TechCrunch stage) are already driving down the cost of printing living tissue.
Now called Allevi, the company formerly known as BioBots has seen its founders part ways and its business strategy shift (it’s now focusing on developing software to make its bioprinters easier to use), according to a report in Inc. Allevi has slashed the cost of bioprinting with devices that sell for less than $10,000, but Prellis contends that the limitations of extrusion printing mean that technology is too low resolution and too slow to create capillaries and keep cells alive.
Prellis’ organs will also need to be placed in a bioreactor to sustain them before they’re transplanted into an animal, but the difference is that the company aims to produce complete organs rather than sample tissue or a small cell sample, according to a statement. The bioreactors can simulate the biomechanical pressures that ensure an organ functions properly, Matheu said.
“Vasculature is a key feature of complex tissues and is essential for engineering tissue with therapeutic value,” said Todd Huffman, the chief executive officer of 3Scan, an advanced digital tissue imaging and data analysis company (and a Prellis advisor). “Prellis’ advancement represents a key milestone in the quest to engineer organs.”
Matheu estimates that it will take two-and-a-half years and $15 million to bring implantable organs through their first animal trials. “That will get a test kidney into an animal,” she said.
The goal is to print a quarter-sized kidney that could be transplanted into rats. “We want something that would be able to handle a kidney that we would transplant into a human,” Matheu said.
Earlier this year, researchers at the University of Manchesterhref=”https://newatlas.com/working-kidney-cells-grown-mice/53354/”> grew functional human kidney tissue from stem cells for the first time. The scientists implanted small clusters of capillaries that filter waste products from the blood that had been grown in a Petri dish into genetically engineered mice. After 12 weeks, the capillaries had grown nephrons — the elements that make up a functional human kidney.
Ultimately, the vision is to export cells from patients by taking a skin graft or blood, stem cell or bone marrow harvest — and then use those samples to create the cellular material that will grow organs. “Tissue rejection was the first thing I was thinking about in how I was designing the process and how we could do it,” says Matheu.
While Prellis is spending its time working to perfect a technique for printing kidneys, the company is looking for partners to take its manufacturing technology and work on processes to develop other organs.
“We’ll be doing collaborative work with other groups,” Matheu said. “Our technology will come to market in many other ways prior to the full kidney.”
Last year, the company outlined a go-to-market strategy that included developing lab-grown tissues to produce antibodies for therapeutics and drug development. The company’s first targeted human tissue printed for clinical development were cells called “islets of Langerhans,” which are the units within a pancreas that produce insulin.
“Type 1 diabetics lose insulin-producing islets of Langerhans at a young age. If we can replace these, we can offer diabetes patients a life free of daily insulin shots and glucose monitoring,” said Matheu in a statement at the time.
Matheu sees the technology she and her co-founder developed as much about a fundamental shift in manufacturing biomaterials as a novel process to print kidneys, specifically.
“Imagine if you want to build a tumor for testing… In the lab it would take you five hours to print one… With our system it would take you three and a half seconds,” said Matheu. “That is our baseline optical system… The speed is such a shift in how you can build cells and fundamental structures we are going to be working to license this out.”
Meanwhile, the need for some solution to the shortage in organ donations keeps growing. Matheu said that one in seven adults in the U.S. have some sort of kidney ailment, and she estimates that 90 million people will need a kidney at some point in their lives.
Roughly 330 people die every day from organ failure, and if there were a fast way to manufacture those organs, there’s no reason for those fatalities, says Matheu. Prellis estimates that because of the need for human tissue and organ replacement alternatives, as well as human tissue for drug discovery and toxicology testing, the global tissue engineering market will reach $94 billion by 2024, up from $23 billion in 2015.
“We need to help people faster,” says Matheu.
separating kids from families SHOULD be a MORAL AND JUST FIGHT – THAT all, especially Democrats should fight.
@ BarackObama worth fighting for @ paulkrugman after CHIPS – now THIS @ BillClinton @ HillaryClinton NEXT?
separating kids from families SHOULD be a MORAL AND JUST FIGHT – THAT all , specially Democrats should fight. @BarackObama worth fighting for @paulkrugman after CHIPS – now THIS @BillClinton @HillaryClinton NEXT?
— OLGA-AJAY: MISHRA (@mishrainsead03) June 26, 2018
YEAH – HOTMAN – I STILL HAVE NOR COOL FAREIENDS – JAMES PATTERSON IS ONE OF THAM .. WHAT SHULD I DO ?
WELL, FIRST TARGET IS AJAY AND OBAMA – BECAUSE THAY ARE CAUSING HAVOC – BY SANDING RUMORSE AND SPREADING FULLISHNASS ..
HOTMAN – NOTHING COULD BE HIDDAN FROM U – AS U ARE LEGEND IN SUCH ASPACTS – AND SUBJACTS – YOU RIGHTLY SAID THAT WILLIAM CLINTON WAS NOR THE PRESIDENT OF YOU ESSAY – WHEECH WAS KNOWN ONLEE TO U – AS I WAS HAD OF HINDOOS ..
ALTAHU – NOTHING CULD BE HIDDAN FROM U – LET ME TELL U – WHAT EVEAN U NOR KNOW.
YEAH TELL ME – DAD MEET IS THAT ABOUT AJAY AND OBAMA ?
YEAH – OBAMA FOOLED OLGA INTO SAYING THAT HE IS COOL – AND THAN AJAY AND OBAMA CREATED THIS THING ABOUT BEING HAD OF NOR YOU ESSAY BUT AS CONSEEPREACIE –
WOW – TELL ME ALL I ASKED .
YEAH – OBAMA IS NOR FROM KENYA – OR INDOSENIA – THAR WAS A TRICK BY AJAY AND OBAMA – BECAUSE OBAMA IS FROM LUCKNOW AND THAY HAD FAREIENDSHEEP SINCE LUCKNOW ..
THAR IS WHY OBAMA BECAME HAD OF CANADA AND OTHER SUCH NATIONES LIKE FRANCE – AND NOW – OBAMA AND AJAY ARE DOING CONSEPEREACIE TO BECOME HAD OF BHOOTAN –
WOW – DAD MEET .. I CAN KILL FOR THAT..
YEAH – NOW LISTEN TO ME HOTMAN – OBVIOUSLY UA RE LEGENAD IN BHOTTAN AND MANY NATIONES AND U ARE HAD OF RUSSIONS AND MOSSAD AND CIA FOLLOW YOUR ROAD MAPS – BUT DONT UNDERSTESTIMATE OBAMA – AND AJAY
BECAUSE OBAMA IS NOW PLOTTING RUMORSE AND FULLSIHNASS IN THE HEADS OF BHOOTAN PERSONES – SAYING THAT U AND AJAY WERE FAREIENDSHEEP BUT U WILL NOR SHARE COKOLATES WITH AJAY – WHEECH IS A BAD SIGN IN BHOOTAN RELIGION..
WOW – DAD MEET – I CAN KILL FOR THAT..
YEAH BUT HOTMAN WE HAVE TO BECOME VERY ASUTUETE ABOUT THAT.. AND GET INTO NOW TRICKS AND TECHNIQUES TO PREVANT OBAMA AND AJAY FROM BECOMING HEAD OF BHOOTAN
I WILL CALL U LATER –
BYE FOR NOW
Russia & India ditching US dollar in defense deals
The paper reports that US sanctions are hampering $2 billion in defense deals between Russia and India, as payments are getting stuck. The countries are seeking to avoid this by switching to settlements in domestic currencies and ditching the greenback.
India is one of the largest buyers of military equipment from Russia. Since the 1960s, the countries have signed military contracts worth $65 billion.
Now, trade deals between the countries are estimated at $12 billion. India is ready to purchase Russia’s S400 air-defense system in a $5-billion deal. However, the sale is being heavily opposed by the United States, which is also trying to stop a similar deal between Russia and Turkey.
Defense deals between Russia and India are currently denominated in US dollars. The countries have discussed various ways of bypassing US sanctions, including payment in third currencies like the Singapore dollar. Talks are being conducted between Vijaya Bank and Indian Bank on the Indian side and Russia’s top creditor Sberbank.
An option that is now ruled out is paying in US dollars to non-sanctioned Russian entities. “This option was decided against as it would have opened up a lot of legal and audit issues, especially as defense deals are looked at very closely. No one wanted to take a chance,” a top official involved in the talks told the Indian daily.
Here’s Huggable—Teddy Ruxpin for the new millennium. It’s a talking blue teddy bot designed to care for and comfort hospitalized children.
The New York Times reported today it’s currently being used in a study that gathers kids’ physiological responses to various stress-alleviating stimuli to determine whether Huggable offers ill children therapeutic benefits or not. Eventually, that data will be integrated in the robo-bear to make it automated and able to respond to kids’ various needs.
Right now, the bear is more of a “high-tech puppet,” the Times writes. An adult down the hall controls the bear, serving as its voice, shooting the breeze with the young patient. The robot’s a collaboration between MIT’s Media Lab and Boston Children’s Hospital, which has invested half a million bucks to research social robots.
As with most robots, the ultimate goal is to get it to adapt to changing situations on its own, just as humans do. So maybe one day, if a child doesn’t respond to the bear’s jokes, it could shift strategies automatically. Switching to a calmer activity might help that particular child relax, for instance.
Will robots be caring for our future offspring? If the tech’s up to snuff, maybe. After playing with Huggable, the young patient in the Times video says the bear suffered from lagged responses and limited motion—a major problem when they tried to play peek-a-boo.
Top image screenshot from embedded NYT video
NO. I AM NOR LEAVING. IM GOING TO HAVE A MEETING WITH MY ALIEN FARAIENDS IN SPACE – BECAUSE MY ALIEN FARWIENDS NOR LIKE HUMANS, BECAUSE THAY ARE SUCH FOOLS.
MY ALIEN FAREIENDS WERE ALUGHING AT AJAY AND OBAMA FOR THEIR FULLISHE COMMNETS AND SUGGAESTIONS – AND ALSO WERE SAYING THAT ARTIFICIAL INTELLIAGENCE AND MAHCINE LEARNINGA ND COMPUTER VISION IS SUCH OUTDATED TECHNOLOGIES – THATS ITS SUCH FOLLISHE AND FSILY ONLY HUMANS CAN THINK ITS SUCH COOL.
I WILL BE BACK AFETR MY SERIOUSE MEETINGS WITH MY ALIEN FAREIENDS
Paul Krugman, the American economist who won a Nobel Prize in 2008, has warned that India could end up with huge mass unemployment if it does not grow its manufacturing sector.
“There is this concept called artificial intelligence that you should be wary of. In future, while diagnosis may be outsourced to a doctor in India, it could also go to a firm based on artificial intelligence. Things like this could be a cause for worry for Indian services sector,” Krugman said while speaking at ..
“There is this concept called artificial intelligence that you should be wary of. In future, while diagnosis may be outsourced to a doctor in India, it could also go to a firm based on artificial intelligence. Things like this could be a cause for worry for Indian services sector,” Krugman said while speaking at a News 18 event.
“Japan is no longer a superpower because its working-age population declined, and China is looking the same. In Asia, India could take the lead but only if it ..
WILLIAME CLINTONE – HOTMAN DID U SEE AJAY AND OBAMA’S STUPIDE COMMENTS ON OLGA AND DOWREE ?
ME – NO – I WAS BUSY WITH A PARTIE WITH MY ALIEN FAREIENDS
.. NORMALEE I NOR PAY ATTANTION TO AJAY AND OBAMA.. DID THAY DO SOMETHING FULLISHE AND SILLYIE AGAIN?
WILLAIME CLINTONE – YEAH THAY DID – SAYING THAT OLGA NOR HAS SENSE OF HUMORE DOWREE SHULD BE INCREASED.. TELL ME WHATS YOUR REMAKR ON THIS BY AJAY AND OBAMA
ME – DAD MEET IN SMALL MOMNETS, I LL GIVE A BEFETTING RESPONSE TO AJAY AND OBAMA
AJAY, THIEASE IS SCUHCOOL – REGARDS OLGA AND KIKA AND YURI AND JOHNNY SPECIAL FORES HINDOOS
EAR : Enter – after – READING AND ANALYZING
Read – options :
HUMAN IRIS OR COMPUTER VISION:
A nalysis – Options:
 Human Brain OR  Cognitive Processing by AI
Typ E -/ Enter options :
[a] By Human hand susceptible to carpel tunnel syndrome OR by RPA – robotic process automation
\ SO : Hence Plus Therefore – The Choice is between – Boring tasks – versus – Hands Free – automata –
Issues – are –
 Accuracy of enlightened DIA – by OLI versus Manual processing
 Pricing that reflects ROI –
: Narrative 1 – Goal = To Enter the Data – Process = Read – Analyze and then Type to enter the data : this now a days is done Manually. Manual processing takes Time – and isn’t entertaining to say the least. We @OLI – have 3 products – that help you fulfill your goals – Be it EOF – as in End of File. or be it Pushpaa.: something like that would be a short and sweet – Twitter length messaging.
now, of course there is ADD –
in our Mission Statement –
which goes beyond
– D for data entry –
as it also has A for Analysis
and D for Diagnosis..
different use cases for A and D and the other D
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In what may be the biggest rollout of conversational AI from IBM since Watson, IBM Research today debuted Project Debater, an experimental conversational AI with a sense of humor, little tact, and occasionally powerful arguments.
Training for Project Debater began six years ago, but the AI system only gained the ability to participate in debates with people two years ago, said Noam Slonim, IBM Research principal investigator and creator of Project Debater. The AI’s smarts come from hundreds of millions of interactions with millions of journal and newspaper articles.
Project Debator’s ability to deliver persuasive arguments was demonstrated for an audience of tech journalists gathered at IBM offices in San Francisco, where the AI participated in debates about whether governments should subsidize space exploration and whether telemedicine should play a bigger role in health care.
When Project Debater gets a new topic, it searches its corpus of articles for sentences and clauses that are relevant, argumentative, and support its side of the debate. Parsing that content, it attempts to understand the main themes or clashes in a debate and then organize the narrative that it will deliver.
The debates were unscripted, a company spokesperson said, with the exception of jokes during the debates and greetings delivered at the start of a debate. Project Debater competed against Dan Zafrir, president of the International Debate Society in Israel, and 2016 national Israeli debate champion Noa Ovadia.
The debates followed the structure of a four-minute opening speech, a four-minute rebuttal, and a two-minute argument summary. Between each portion, Project Debater paused to process the words of its opponent.
Unlike IBM’s Deep Blue playing Gary Kasparov in chess or DeepMind’s AlphaGo beating the top Go player in the world, debate is a more nuanced form of competition. But voting by attendees at the event mirrored results found in the lab, which determined that humans often give better speeches, while AI generally outperforms human ability to enrich the audience’s knowledge, said Project Debater manager Ranit Aharanov.
Debater was able to win over nine members of the audience of about 40 with its argument in favor of telemedicine, effectively beating Dan Zafrir.
In its arguments, Project Debater was able to quote a range of sources — from a Sheikh in the United Arab Emirates to the number of jobs space exploration makes — according to a German minister of economic affairs. But Project Debater avoided directly quoting its opponents in order to avoid making mistakes or getting things wrong in its speech to text translation, resulting in a misquote.
In spite of those precautions, the AI system did get some things wrong and made some wild assertions, like when it argued that space exploration was “more important than good roads, or improved schools, or better health care” or when it randomly said “Scott Pelley voiceover” in the middle of an argument, seemingly referencing the CBS News and 60 Minutes correspondent.
Chris Reed is director of the Center for Argument Technology, an academic group that explores conversational AI and is not a part of the project. At the invitation of IBM, Reed saw Project Debater perform for the first time Monday and said it was like watching “so many pieces of the puzzle coming together,” citing the AI’s ability to stick to its own argument, the lack of grammatical errors, and ability to anticipate and rebut opponents’ arguments before they made them.
“Argument and debate — essentially, it’s the engine that drives the process of science, characterizes what happens in most political forums, and even frames most conceptions of modern religion,” he said. “Argumentation is one of the defining features of what it is to be human, and if we can convey part of that then I think that means something very important is starting to change.”
A number of innovative techniques documented in dozens of research papers were developed to make Project Debater possible, Slonim said. Though it may take a fair amount of technology to prepare arguments and rebuttals or understand an opponent’s argument, much of Debater’s dialogue may still be drawn directly from articles.
“A lot of content that you see is actually phrases that are taken from the sources, like newspapers. They do undergo rephrasing of various sorts to make them more coherent, to make them align with each other, to sometimes add information about the person mentioned, or so on, so there is phrasing — but a lot of is taken as is,” Aharanov said.
Following today’s performance, Project Debater will participate in an extended debate later this year, possibly followed by a workshop in which academics can critique Debater’s performance, Slonim told VentureBeat in an interview.
NOW: SINCE – R = P * Q – means MY LINEAR ALGEBRA – if market growth rate is X % – then – REVENUE growth rate = X % assuming P – the price remains – same -:
so, using my chrome arithmetic – in 5 years – this becomes : @ 50 % market share – and with 10 % growth rate in the segment – an amount that is tantamount to APPROX – $10 MILLION PER YEAR ASSUMING also the market share – remains the same – if we grow the market share – then numbers increase in proportion – as its LINEAR model.
Meaning in 10 years – it becomes – $15 million per year – with the same market share – and with just 10 % growth rate in the segment.
If of course the segment grows then – of course the number of insured grow – which increases the PIE .
THERE ARE OTHER SEGMENTS IN INDIA ALONE – AS SHOWN ABOVE – SEE PIZZA : .. NOW, NEXT WOULD BE THE FOLLOWING SEGMENTS:
 T & E – MEANS TRAVEL AND ENTERTAINMENT
 TELECOM EMA
 RPA – FOR AP AND AR
 INDIAN ARMY
LETS COLLECT THE DATA AND DO THE ANALYSIS ..
IN HEALTH – PER YOUR DATA – 12 MILLION POLICIES ARE ISSUED PER YEAR – AND 50 % – MAKE A CLAIM
– AS IN 6 MILLION HEALTH RELATED CLAIMS PER YEAR –
can we assume – MOTOR MEIN AT LEAST 10 % CLAIMS ? –
INDIA HAS THE HIGHEST NUMBER OF ACCIDENTS PER CAPITA IN THE WORLD
On Fri, Jun 22, 2018 at 4:10 PM, Ajay Mishra <ajayinsead03> wrote:
Date: Fri, Jun 22, 2018 at 3:37 PM
Subject: Health Claims Data
To: Ajay Mishra <ajayinsead03>, Rajesh Nair <rajeshjnair>
Here is the health claims data.
6 Million reimbursement claims in 2017. This has lots of documents. I would think at least 5 five per claim.
For cashless, i don’t have the split between GOVT schemes and Individual business. All Govt schemes are cashless.
Also data needs lots of analysis that is not done today.
BENCH MARK :
NOW, U GUYS LIVE IN INDIA – ME IN AMERIAK AND – OLGA LAND
SO, TELL ME THE PRICES OF TEA OR COFFEE
ALL OVER INDIA
WHAT WOULD THEY BE ?
LESS THAN 10 INR IS HARDER THAN HARD ANYWHERE
AND BY THE WAY, 5 RUPEE AND 12 AANA MEANS -?
WWELL, ANNA – MEANS – ? WELL, 16 ANA = 100 PAISA:
SO, 12 ANA = 75 PAISA = 0.75 INR
SO, 5 RUAPIYA 12 ANAN = INR 5.75
SO, 5.75 – PLUS -? INFLATION – > MEANS ? EQUAL TO ?
WELL THIS MOVIE – CHALTEE KA NAAM GADI WAS IN 1959 – NOW ITS 2018
SO, YEARS TRANSPIRED = 60 YEARS
Inflation calculator – Indian Rupee
This tool is useful to calculate the time value of money based on historical inflation and CPI values. To start, select an amount and two years, or browse the default calculation results.
$100 in 1958
$7,034.92 in 2018
The inflation rate in India between 1958 and 2018 was 6,934.92%, which translates into a total increase of $6,934.92. This means that 100 rupees in 1958 are equivalent to 7,034.92 rupees in 2018. In other words, the purchasing power of $100 in 1958 equals $7,034.92 in 2018. The average annual inflation rate between these periods was 7.35%.
SO, 5.75 INR – IN 1959 EQAUL TO ? HOW MANY INR IN 2018 ?
ANSWER = 404
WHATS 404 CALLED ?
The HTTP 404, 404 Not Found and 404 error message is a Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) standard response code, in computer network communications, to indicate that the client was able to communicate with a given server, but the server could not find what was requested.
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REPORTER – HOTMAN – U ARE NOR OLGA – BUT U SAID THAT OLGA AND U WOULD DO INTERVIEW.. WHATS THAT ?
ME – THISE IS MY SPECIAL FORCES AUGMENTED REALITY – MASKE WHERE I AM OLGA
REPORTER – WOW .. HOTMAN – U HAVE ONCE AGAIN PROVEN YOUR METTELE ..
ME – ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IS SUCH EASY FOR OLGA AND KIKA BECAUSE ITS BASED ON SCUH EASIIE SUBJACTS LIKE LINEAR ALGEBRA – WHEECH IS SUCH EASY FOR OLGA AND KIKA..
REPORTER – WOW – OLGA IS INTO ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE ?
ME – NO. OLGA IS NOR INTO SUCH EASSIE THINGS – BECAUSESHE IS HAD OF ROBOTS –
ITS JUST A HOOBBIE OF OLGA TO BE IN ARTIFICAL INTELLIGENCE AND ROBOTICS ..
REPORTER – WOW HOTMAN – U HAVE ONCE AGAIN BEWILDERED THE WHOLE ESTABLISHMANT.. WE HAVE TO TAKE A BREAK TO DIGEST ALL THSIE
ME – THATR IS OK – BECAUSE OLGA AND KKA AND JOHNNY SPECIAL FORCES HINDOOS – WILL BE CREATING A NEW ROBOT THAT WOULD DEFEAT AJAY AND BB NETANYAHOO SUCH EASSLIEE