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Comme bien souvent, l'auteur des actes antisémites était lié à la communauté juive (quand-même!)


Encore une fois, et on ne les compte plus, l’auteur de #tags #antisémites et #racistes découverts à #Toulouse au mois de février et mars sur des bâtiments publics, n’a pas vraiment le portrait du « #raciste » tel que le gouvernement, les mé... show more


#Facebook’s new move isn't about #privacy. It’s about #domination | Siva Vaidhyanathan


Recruit Is Japan’s Top Contender for Global Internet Domination

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OpenAI Guards Its ML Model Code & Data to Thwart Malicious Usage
OpenAI should now change their name to ClosedAI

It seems that OpenAI wants to monopolize similar technology, as the US government plans to do with a number of other technologies in relation to the rest of the world.

Has anyone heard of decentralized projects using OpenAI code that gradually accumulate language experience for general functional chat bot in common use? show more


On China's run for economic domination in East Africa

[...] the East African country boasts 3.5 billion barrels’ worth of crude oil in proven reserves, and petroleum geologists will likely find more in the two-thirds of South Sudan that they have yet to explore. Despite the challenges of working in a war zone, China dominates what analysts have assessed as the third largest oil reserves in Africa.

China first decided to enter the petroleum industry in Sudan in 1995, 16 years before South Sudan gained independence and right in the middle of the Second Sudanese Civil War. The United States’ economic sanctions on Sudan, which faced accusations of committing war crimes at home and supporting terrorism abroad, did little to deter Chinese companies eager to take advantage of Sudanese oil reserves.

As early as 2011 — the year of South Sudanese independence — the China National Petroleum Corporation, or CNPC, established an office in the South Sudanese capital of Juba. While the outbreak of the South Sudanese Civil War i... show more