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All services are microservices if you ignore most of their features.
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GuuZ
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:-D
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Yuuuup.
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I feel personally attacked.
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All services are microservices if you ignore most of their features.
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All services are microservices if you ignore most of their features.

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“Project Recode” aims to make human cells invulnerable to infection

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Single Artificial Neuron Taught to Recognize Hundreds of Patterns

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Biologists have long puzzled over why neurons have thousands of synapses. Now neuroscientists have shown they are crucial not just for recognizing patterns but for learning the sequence in which they appear.

Artificial intelligence is a field in the midst of rapid, exciting change. That’s largely because of an improved understanding of how neural networks work and the creation of vast databases to help train them. The result is machines that have suddenly become better at things like face and object recognition, tasks that humans have always held the upper hand in (see “Teaching Machines to Understand Us”). in.

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U.S. oil rig repair firm settles for $20M in labour-trafficking case post-Katrina

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Signal International has apologized for misconduct that a saw workers lured to the U.S. from India, charged steep rent for squalid quarters, and face brutal retaliation when they spoke up.
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What you haven’t been about acetaminophen

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Reports that have not been made public show 68 Canadians a year, on average, died of acetaminophen overdose, between 2000 and 2011.
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