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Tuesday, November 29th, 2016

 

Кастро на Марше

  Гавана, 5 марта 1960 года. Хорошее фото, поучительное  Слева Кастро, рядом с ним Освальдо Дортикос (застрелился), дальше Че Гевара (погиб в Боливии – причем, один из трех его соратников, оставшихся в живых, говорил, что тов. Кастро их подставил – за что был помещен на годы в дурдом, потом вылечился и перестал это говорить , и был прощен), дальше Аугусто Мартинес-Санчес (был обвинен Кастро в разных прегрешениях в 1964 г., но оказался хитрее Дортикоса – покончил жизнь самоубийством, но немного промахнулся  – после чего был прощен), Нуньес Хименес (у этогоRead More


Иосиф Кобзон Как Фидель


Наши Лица Через 100,000 Лет

How The Human Face Might Look In 100,000 Years Designer Lamm’s depiction of how the human face might look in 100,000 years; Image credit Nickolay Lamm We’ve come along way looks-wise from our homo sapien ancestors. Between 800,000 and 200,000 years ago, for instance, rapid changes in Earth climate coincided with a tripling in the size of the human brain and skull, leading to a flattening of the face. But how might the physiological features of human beings change in the future, especially as new, wearable technology like Google Glass changeRead More


Революция в Искусственном интеллекте

When A.I. Matures, It May Call Jürgen Schmidhuber ‘Dad’ By JOHN MARKOFFNOV. 27, 2016 Jürgen Schmidhuber, co-director of the Dalle Molle Institute for Artificial Intelligence Research, said his early work was often overlooked or ignored. Credit David Kasnic for The New York Times LUGANO, Switzerland — Jürgen Schmidhuber may be the Rodney Dangerfield of artificial intelligence research. In a visit with him in this idyllic Swiss city in the mountains near the Italian border, it is easy to understand why he believes that his pioneering work in the field often,Read More


Sotheby, Leonardo da Vinci да Магнат Рыбоблев

Sotheby’s Tries to Block Suit Over a Leonardo Sold and Resold at a Big Markup By GRAHAM BOWLEY and WILLIAM K. RASHBAUMNOV. 28, 2016 “Salvator Mundi,” a depiction of Christ by Leonardo da Vinci, sold for $80 million through Sotheby’s in 2013 to a Swiss art dealer who then resold it within days to a Russian billionaire for $47.5 million more, according to court papers. The joy must have been palpable in 2013 when three New York art traders arranged through Sotheby’s to sell a newly discovered painting by LeonardoRead More


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