Saturday, 25 April 2015

Is Artificial Intelligence Here? What happens when they're smarter than humans?


Artificial intelligence has been heading in one direction for 60 years according to Financial Times West Coast Editor, Richard Waters.  And that direction is for the technology becoming, "as smart as people."

In this respect, the history of AI has been one of disappointment, as the early practitioners were way ahead of themselves in terms of the capabilities they could achieve. This was especially pronounced in the so-called AI Winter of the 80's and 90's, when it seemed that the HAL 9000 system of the movies was never going to be achieved... Read More>>>

Monday, 13 April 2015

Everything You Need To Build An Online Business... Site Build It!


For thousands of e-business builders, Site Build It! (SBI!) was the first step...

Every great journey begins with a first step. And if your journey leads to the accomplishment of a long-held goal or a dream of changing your life, that first step is always remembered as pivotal.

And with SBI!'s help, they continue to realize new dreams and accomplish big and small goals as their online business-building journey progresses.

Watch and Listen to their SBI Success Story in their own Voice>>>


Wednesday, 8 April 2015

Top 10 Superhero Love Triangles...

You thought saving the world was hard? 

Just try sorting out these messy love lives! 

Join as we count down our picks for the Top 10 Superhero Love Triangles.

For this list, we’re looking at superheroes that have been romantically linked to multiple characters, whether they are human or fellow superheroes, both in the comics and on screen.

These love triangles created major drama amongst our favorite superheroes.


Jiddu Krishnamurti- Most people are occupied with jobs...

Source: Youtube

Direct Perception & Transformation

First in a series of 4 talks in Ojai, California 1975... Listen to a Free Sample>>>


The speaker has said that going to an office everyday from nine to five is an intolerable imprisonment. But in any society all kinds of jobs have to be done.  

Is K's teaching therefore only for the few? 

You have understood? 

Shall I read it again? 

The speaker has said that human society is so constructed throughout the world that most people are occupied with jobs, pleasant or unpleasant, from nine to five everyday of their life. And he said also that it is an intolerable imprisonment. I don't know how you feel about it. Probably you like being in prison, probably you like your jobs from nine o'clock to five o'clock, rushing, rushing back and all the rest of it. What shall we do? 

To the speaker he wouldn't tolerate it for a single minute - for the speaker. I would rather do something which would be pleasant, helpful and necessary to earn enough money and so on. But most of us accept this prison, this routine - right? We accept it. So what shall we do? 

Nobody, as far as one is capable of sufficient observation, nobody has questioned this. We say it is normal, it is the way of society, it is the way of our life, it is the way we must live. But if we all see together that such an imprisonment, which it is actually, that we all feel it is intolerable, not just verbally but actually do something about it we will create a new society - right? We will if all of us say we will not tolerate for a single day this routine, this monstrous activity of nine to five, however necessary, however good and pleasant, then we will bring about not only psychological revolution but also outwardly. Right? 

We may agree about this but will we do it?

You might say,

"No, I can't do it because I have responsibility, I have children, I have a house and mortgage, insurance" 
- thank god I haven't got any of those! And so you might say,

"It is easy for you to talk about all this." 
But it is easy for the speaker to talk about it because he refuses to go in that pattern. From boyhood he refused it. Jiddu Krishnamurti - Brockwood Park 2nd Public Question & Answer Meeting 30th August 1979

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Thursday, 2 April 2015

The Most Overrated Exercise...

Personal trainer and fitness writer Lisa Payne ( teaches host Judy Greer about the most overrated workout and how it may be doing more harm than good.

"Chronic cardio" enthusiasts who repeatedly do the treadmill, elliptical, and similar workouts are teaching their muscles to a fault, she warns.

Side effects can be insomnia, and mood swings and you'll also start burning off muscle. Switching up your routines is key, says Lisa, as she demonstrates other moves that can have a big effect.

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