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    Not sure if yall know but war is raging
    We the users are winners and loser in this epic battle.

    Amazon wants to be your one stop for all shopping on the internet, and Google wants to be…well, your one stop for everything on the internet.

    Amazon guides you to its firestick when you search chromecast on
    So Google owned youtube has stopped allowing its use on Amazons firesticks.

    If we look at the overall revenue and revenue growth, Amazon is winning. But, if we look the overall net profits and net profit margins, Alphabet(Google) is winning.

    They even battling over smart speakers

    But who do you think will come out on top?

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  • 12/17/17--09:13: RBE - JC vs Illmac
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  • 12/17/17--08:17: Anyone checking Tiny Desk?
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    We need a thread to put all the election news, updates, foolishness, etc....

    Sticky, please?

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    What's the worst movie you ever seen? It could be recent or something you hated since you were young... Hilariously bad, boring... something you randomly grabbed from redbox or netflix... critically acclaimed or hyped up... universally panned... what ya'll got?

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    A student has described going through “mental torture” after a rape case against him was thrown out in court because police had failed to hand over more than 40,000 messages from his accuser.

    Liam Allan, 22, faced up to ten years in jail charged with six counts of rape and six counts of sexual assault against a young woman over a 14-month period that began when he was 19.

    The criminology student at Greenwich University had spent nearly two years on bail and three days in Croydon Crown Court when the trial was stopped in a dramatic fashion after it emerged police officers had failed to hand over evidence that proved his innocence.

    The alleged victim had claimed she did not enjoy sex, while Mr Allan claimed it was consensual and she was acting maliciously because he refused to see her after he returned to university.

    Now, the judge has called for an inquiry at the “very highest level” to understand why police failed to hand over critical evidence including 40,000 messages from the accuser to Mr Allan and friends.

    The messages showed how she had continually messaged Mr Allan for “casual sex”, said how much she enjoyed it and discussed fantasies of violent sex and rape, The Times reports.

    Outside the court, Mr Allan said he went through “mental torture” over the two year period and relied on the system to uncover evidence that would exonerate him.

    When first accused, he turned to a local lawyer he had done work experience with and said he was terrified at the idea of going to prison with sex offenders and worried about what would happen to his mum and flatmates when he was away.

    “You are all on your own. I could not talk to my mother about the details of the case because she might have been called as a witness. I couldn’t talk with my friends because they might have been called. I felt completely isolated at every stage of the process,” he said.

    “I can’t explain the mental torture of the past two years. … I feel betrayed by the system which I had believed would do the right thing, the system I want to work in.”

    The life-changing discovery was made at the 11th hour when a new prosecutor, Jerry Hayes, took over the case one day before the trial began and ordered police to hand over records — including a computer disk that contained 40,000 messages.

    Mr Allan’s lawyers had already sought access to the accusers’s telephone records and messages but their requests were denied on the basis there was nothing of interest in them.

    Upon discovering the messages, Mr Hayes said he would offer no evidence in court and would like to “apologise” to Mr Allan.

    “There was a terrible failure in disclosure which was inexcusable,” he said. “There could have been a serious miscarriage of justice, which could have led to a very significant period of imprisonment and life on the sex offenders register. It appears the officer in the case has not reviewed the disk, which is quite appalling.”

    Speaking later, he said detectives had previously told him the sexual messages were “too personal” to share.

    “The defence quickly saw the information blew the prosecution out of the water. If they had not been seen this boy faced 12 years in prison and on the sex offenders’ register for life with little chance of appeal. This was a massive miscarriage of justice, which thank heavens was avoided,” he told the BBC.

    Judge Peter Gower said Mr Allan was not guilty on all charges.

    “There is something that has gone wrong and it is a matter that the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) in my judgment should be considering at the very highest level,” he said.

    “Mr Allan leaves the courtroom an innocent man without a stain on his character.”

    Mr Allan’s defence lawyer Julia Smart said she also received details about the text messages the night before she was due to cross examine the accuser, and when she told the court of her findings the trial was scrapped.

    Mr Allan’s mum, Lorraine Allan, 46, said the “current climate” means that many people are treated as “guilty until you can prove you’re innocent.”

    A spokesman for London Metropolitan Police said: “We are aware of this case being dismissed from court and are carrying out an urgent assessment to establish the circumstances which led to this action being taken.

    “We are working closely with the Crown Prosecution Service and keeping in close contact with the victim while this process takes place.”

    The Crown Prosecution Service said they will not conduct a “management review” with the Metropolitian Police to “examine the way in which the case was handled.”

    Mr Hayes, who is a former Conservative MP, wrote in The Times the case marked the most “appalling failure of disclosure I have ever encountered.”

    “The CPS are under terrible pressure, as are the police. Both work hard but are badly under-resourced.

    “Crown court trials only work because of the co-operation and goodwill of advocates and the bench — but time pressures are making this increasingly difficult.

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    Beat for Beat

    I just got this thread idea I wanted to try out. Only one beat allowed per post, but post a beat from the other producer better than the beat in the post above yours. You don’t necessarily gotta start with their best work, just post something you think at minimum is a better beat than the previous posted. Almost like spades.

    Also go ahead and vote while you at it.

    Pete Rock

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    As far as I'm concerned, DJ Premiere is the owner of the Gang Starr brand. I don't see anything wrong with Premiere making an album with other MCs and calling it a Gang Starr album.

    One idea would be to round up all the MCs that appeared on previous Gang Starr albums like Jeru, Lil Dap, Malachi The Nutcracker, Nice & Smooth, Freddie Fox, Big Shug, Instectah Deck, M.O.P, etc.

    Another idea would be to pick one MC (KRS, Rakim, Kendrick, J Cole, Ghostface, etc.) to rap all the way throughout the entire album and call it a Gang Starr album.

    What do ya'll think? Could DJ Premiere still use the name or does the Gang Starr brand die with Guru?

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    Projected Camp Rotation
    Positions Starters Bench Third String Fourth String
    PG Lonzo Ball Tyler Ennis Briante Weber Alex Caruso
    SG KCP Clarkson Josh Hart Vander Blue
    SF Ingram Luol Deng Corey Brewer V.J. Beachem
    PF Julius Randle Larry Nance Jr. Kyle Kuzma -- --
    C Brook Lopez Andrew Bogut Ivica Zubac Thomas Bryant


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    A tool created by Google engineers to automate the writing of machine learning algorithms has outperformed developers in the creation of efficient machine learning systems for some tasks.

    The AutoML (automated machine learning) tool was announced earlier this year by Google representatives. Its creation was motivated by the widespread skills shortage associated with coding, particularly for machine learning applications. The Google team built a machine learning system capable of rapidly creating, testing and refining machine learning architectures.

    “One way we hope to make AI more accessible is by simplifying the creation of machine learning models called neural networks,” wrote Sundar Pichai, Google CEO, in a blog post.

    “Today, designing neural nets is extremely time intensive, and requires an expertise that limits its use to a smaller community of scientists and engineers. That’s why we’ve created an approach called AutoML, showing that it’s possible for neural nets to design neural nets.”

    The AutoML approach allows for a “controller neural net” to put forward a suggestion of a basic architecture for a new machine learning algorithm, which can be subsequently trained to perform a highly specialised task. The algorithm’s performance is evaluated and this feedback is used to improve the next attempt.

    After repeating these simulations thousands of times, the controller is well-informed about which architectures are likely to perform better at this task. This entire process is automated and takes a matter of hours.

    Within just five months, Google has reported that AutoML has begun to generate machine learning algorithms which outperform those written by the developers themselves. An AutoML-generated algorithm proved capable of learning to recognise and categorise images – an extremely complex task – reached a record 82 per cent accuracy.

    Even in complex tasks, the AutoML code outperformed code written by developers: in a task in which the system had to mark the location of various objects within an image, the developers’ machine learning software achieved 39 per cent accuracy, while the AutoML software achieved 43 per cent.

    Once well-honed enough such that it could be used for practical applications, tools like AutoML could be incorporated into machines of the near future, allowing them to update themselves regularly and even create new programs to solve specific problems.

    While machines outperforming humans in highly-skilled jobs remains a fantasy, the success of AutoML demonstrates the slight edge that artificially intelligent systems can have over humans in performing tedious tasks: in this case, the ability of AutoML to rapidly run through thousands of possible architectures would otherwise take months of work for a developer, whose time could be put to better use on more creative tasks.

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    Shout Out to them Caw Caw Boyz! @jee504 @Crude_ @HafBayked @AP21 @Shizlansky @caddo man hopefully I'm not missing nobody!


    What's y'all predictions?

    This is a make or break season, the Rondo injury may slow us down but I'm confident we will pick up a decent backup point guard like Jamer Nelson to fill his place until he comes back in two weeks.

    Here is my prediction:

    7th Seed
    Second round exit

    AD: 27/10/2blks
    Boogie: 24/9/4ast
    Jrue: 16/4/ 3ast
    Rondo: 7/4/9.5 ast

    6th man : Ian Clark 14/1/3ast

    CAW CAW!!!!!! Let's go!!!



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    It's that time of the year again.

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    Can someone explain this to me?

    I've heard cacs and brothas alike utter this phrase when referring to a woman's thighs...
    Supposedly, the notion is that a woman should be able to stand with her feet touching and her thighs should never touch.

    I've never understood it...

    The thicker women I have been with do not posses his coveted "gap"... You know ... because they have thick thighs.
    Personally, I deem that a good thing, rather than a bad thing.

    Am I missing something?









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    just so yall remember

    Weazel wrote: »

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    King Los just drop G. O.A. T. Mixtape... Thoughts?


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    I messed with bootlegs and recording shit onto cassette tape at the start but this is the first album I ever got from the shops.


    What was yours? this shit will show peoples ages.

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    Keri Claussen Khalighi was a 17-year-old fashion model from a farka when she met Brett Ratner and Russell Simmons at a casting call.

    Ratner was an up-and-coming music video director and a protege of Simmons, the Def Jam Recordings mogul. They took Khalighi to dinner one night in 1991 at Mr. Chow in New York, and then back to Simmons’ apartment to show her a music video they’d been working on.

    Quickly, Simmons began making aggressive sexual advances, yanking off her clothes, Khalighi said.

    “I looked over at Brett and said ‘help me’ and I'll never forget the look on his face,” she recalled. “In that moment, the realization fell on me that they were in it together.”

    Khalighi said that Simmons, who was then about twice her age, tried to force her to have intercourse. “I fought it wildly,” she said. He eventually relented and coerced her to perform oral sex, she alleged. “I guess I just acquiesced.”

    Ratner, meanwhile, “just sat there and watched,” she said.

    Feeling “disgusting,” Khalighi said she went to take a shower. Minutes later, she alleged, Simmons walked up behind her in the shower and briefly penetrated her without her consent. She said she jerked away, then he left. “It hurt so much.”

    It's over

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