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and I won’t say counterpoint from the West.

Dull minds do not like what they cannot control. :thinking:

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The Spanish site is 100% ready and uploaded!
:power: :spain: :saferocket:
https://safenetwork.es/

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https://artdaily.cc/news/126280/Prominent-artists-and-writers-warn-of-an--intolerant-climate-#.XwdtEueZI2w

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They used to connect AI-modules using AI. Now they’re creating AI-algo’s from scratch using AI.

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In a granular rating system, accuracy and/or veracity could be rating criteria.

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Hey @danda if you get a chance what do you think of this as a scaffolding? This could possibly be built out with your suggestions from the other thread then used to filter.

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I just took a quick glance at it. I like that it supports multiple criteria/axis. I’m a bit dubious/curious of the overall weighted score, because it implies/assumes that there is somehow a universal best/worst. But the entire point of filtering along multiple criteria is that one can use one’s own judgement of good/bad, per filter. Some people WANT to see porn, low-brow humor, “fake” news, poor grammar etc. In other words, all such weighting and value judgements need to take place at the filtering level, which of course can then be used as templates for others of like mind.

So if what they’ve implemented supports the above usage, then I’d probably think it’s great. Of course, it would be better in rust… :slight_smile:

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US cyber’security’ firm SpyCloud is accumulating massive amounts of personal information from data breaches, and is then selling data access to all kinds of companies and law enforcement, according to Vice:

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Sadly when i click on my nearest Spoons it recommends a pub 50m into town on the other side of the road. Small problem, it’s a Spoons as well :slight_smile:

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Kernel developers appear to be eager to debate the merits of potentially allowing Rust code within the Linux kernel

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Up today is that this made my day, kinda:

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This blog post shows Bitcoin superior decentralization in current cryptocurrency space. I never doubted it, but it demonstrates this in a better way that I could have ever expressed.

Let us hope that the Safe network will get to the same level of decentralization. For that, both a high number of elders and the inability of Maidsafe company to control its own network are needed.

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It doesn’t hurt should the effects of wearing a mask be studied more extensively, certainly for a longer time. I think I even posted something here about that a higher CO2 concentration could make people more stupid. But I doubt that wearing a mask will have big negative health effects. In some Asian countries they have already the habit of wearing masks for a long time. Also Muslim women with mouth covering hijab seem to survive. And this Karen doesn’t seem to have an issue with shouting for someone with breathing problems:

Since yesterday where I live mask wearing in shops is also required. Not pleasant, but not the end of the world.
Edit: this hamster study is a good, relatively simple indication that mask wearing does reduce corona transmission.

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Have you tried turning it off and back on again? :thinking:

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