ART/ARCHITECTURE – Edward Hopper
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ART/ARCHITECTURE – Edward Hopper

Edward Hopper is a painter of gloomy paintings that don’t make us feel gloomy. Instead, they help us to recognize the loneliness that so often lies, at the heart of sadness. In his Automat women sits alone drinking a cup of coffee It’s dark outside, and judging by her hat and coat, it’s cold. The room is large, empty and…

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How to Paper Piece
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How to Paper Piece

Welcome to SewVeryEasy, my name is Laura. And Coats Thread Company has come out with a follow-along paper-piece pattern. There’s five blocks, and it’s great colors with a beautiful black background that’s really going to shine. The finished quilt is going to be 45″ by 45″ and it’s a follow-along pattern, which is great. So I’m going to be making…

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Paper Towns | John Green | TEDxIndianapolis
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Paper Towns | John Green | TEDxIndianapolis

Translator: Sara Xiao Fei Reviewer: Sebastian Betti So, this is a map of New York State that was made in 1937 by the General Drafting Company. It’s an extremely famous map among cartography nerds, because down here at the bottom of the Catskill Mountains there is a little town called Roscoe – actually, this will go easier if I just…

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This Neural Network Optimizes Itself | Two Minute Papers #212
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This Neural Network Optimizes Itself | Two Minute Papers #212

Dear Fellow Scholars, this is Two Minute Papers with Károly Zsolnai-Fehér. As we know from the series, neural network-based techniques are extraordinarily successful in defeating problems that were considered to be absolutely impossible as little as ten years ago. When we’d like to use them for something, choosing the right kind of neural network is one part of the task,…

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