the machine knows

brockpaperscizor  asked:

hey jake if you hate milk does that mean you make your hot chocoalte with water like some sort of commie

i most certainly do.

you can buy those like nestle packs with like dried marshmallows in them? and you just microwave a cup of water for like 1.5-2 minutes, pour it into a mug, add the mix and your done!

Also to fancy up your hot chocolate you can add a teaspoon of vanilla extract and a tiny pinch of salt and it really kicks it up a notch!

So something I noticed in Bendy and the Ink Machine is that…Henry knows what the Ink Machine is.

At least, that’s what I get from replaying Chapter 1. I didn’t notice at first, but your first Objective is “to find the Ink Machine.” Objectives are given based on information we’ve received and change with new information. We know we need objects to “power” the machine based on the pedestals and pictures. Joey doesn’t mention the machine in the letter though, there’s no reason for Henry to know about the ink machine. Which means Henry must have known about it beforehand. We could write this off as “it’s the beginning of the game” but the game doesn’t appear to do this for the rest of the game, only changing objectives once new information is presented.

Not only that, but how Henry responds to the machine shows he was expecting it. His first instinct is to turn on the machine to see how it works, which could imply Joey talked with him about it and that’s why he wants to see it in action. When you get the objects, Henry tells us that it’s not powering up because the ink isn’t flowing. Maybe it’s simply common sense or a lucky guess (or just being dumbed down for players), but it seems far too specific for any of that.

When Henry finds Boris, he says “Joey, what have you done?” rather than questioning the cartoons existence. Granted you could say the same line applies to Henry being surprised a cartoon exists. However, this could also imply that he either knew Boris was alive from the beginning or he knew what Joey was planning to do.

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The Top 10 AI And Machine Learning Use Cases Everyone Should Know About

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Machine learning is a buzzword in the technology world right now, and for good reason: It represents a major step forward in how computers can learn.

Very basically, a machine learning algorithm is given a “teaching set” of data, then asked to use that data to answer a question. For example, you might provide a computer a teaching set of photographs, some of which say, “this is a cat” and some of which say, “this is not a cat.” Then you could show the computer a series of new photos and it would begin to identify which photos were of cats.

Machine learning then continues to add to its teaching set. Every photo that it identifies — correctly or incorrectly — gets added to the teaching set, and the program effectively gets “smarter” and better at completing its task over time.

It is, in effect, learning.

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anonymous asked:

Hmm. I have no horse in this race, but I certainly took many of the high-handed remarks your blog & others made as indirects towards the blogs who were addressing the very issues of Harry's lack of fan engagement. Whether or not it was intentional, that's how it came across to your readers. I think there's also a feeling you're being dishonest by taking every bit of praise & hype toward Harry as 100% REAL & 100& DESERVED not part of the corporate machine promoting him.

Y’know. I started to ask you to point out my “high handed remarks” but upon reflection, I don’t care.

What I did do is wait until we saw the results of the marketing plan before having an opinion of it. Others were critical before it even started. If me waiting to see what happened and then finding that the results confirm some of the complaints made prior is proof of me being “high handed” then so be it.

All I’m saying now is that Harry and his team made a deliberate choice for reasons unknown to us to refrain from social media engagement. I’m commenting on the results of that choice now that the initial results are in.

And frankly, that people think there’s something wrong with my approach, I don’t care. I try to have informed opinions and if that means that my conclusions are drawn after everyone else has weighed in, so be it.

I never once called people out or indirected them about their opinions, I simply was “waiting and seeing” as I tend to do. Anyone that wants to take that as a personal slight? Well, that’s on them, not me.

anonymous asked:

if you really aren't a robot then surely you know the secret ritual humans use to steal life force from supposedly ageless machines. you know the one that's the cause of very few electronics from the 70's being functional but many people being alive through the 70's

It’s called “never cleaning the dust out of your machines” and it’s an atrocity made of flaking dried flesh. Not that it affects me personally, I’m angry on behalf of my robot friends. I pump blood.

-This demon is “pure” evil.
(…I don’t know how his personality going to be, but surely he’s a little cinnamon roll…or not? O-O)

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everyone bonds over how bad joey is with his damn budget

Ink Pals!

For my beautiful friend @pekoeboo thank you for being such an amazing friend and for always being there for me, I hope your birthday is full of joy<333

I see Rose serenely sipping Earl Grey and raise you Rose brewing all those teas marketed with terms like ‘anti-anxiety’ and ‘high energy’ and ‘blues away’ together in one pot and announcing she’s either going to discredit them or ascend to a higher plane of existence.

Just a reminder that Rhodey searched the desert unendingly for three months for Tony because he’s a goddamn hero who doesn’t give up. And in his free moments every day, he called the Malibu Mansion, the only call JARVIS actually picked up, because JARVIS and the bots are his and Tony’s children and deserve a full update as often as possible and as much reassurance as he can give them. And maybe he’s a little reassured by them too, because they’re practically the only other people who won’t give up on Tony.