East turkistan government in exile


2021.05.14 13:34 IIWIIM8 UHRP

The Uyghur Human Rights Project (UHRP) promotes the rights of the Uyghurs and other Turkic Muslim peoples in East Turkistan, referred to by the Chinese government as the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, through research-based advocacy. It publishes reports and analysis in English and Chinese to defend Uyghurs’ civil, political, social, cultural, and economic rights according to international human rights standards.

2021.10.29 08:02 warcriminalbrothel

gsb government-in-exile (wanted by un) not associated with gsb yet

2011.12.03 13:10 Arandomu East Doncaster Secondary College

East Doncaster Secondary College is a government school in the Melbourne suburb, Doncaster East.

2023.05.30 19:43 markg128 Rework ideas for some ancient civs and new civ ideas, what do you think?

I've tried to rework some civs that I wasn't really satisfied with, and came up with some ideas, but I'm interested in your opinion too.
Civ Ability: All Policy card slots are converted to Wildcard policy slots. -50% Culture per turn, but Inspurations instantly unlock their respective civics.
Leader: Pericles Leader Ability: Can assign Governors to City- States, not just Amani. When becoming a Suzerain of a City-State for a first time, receive a free naval melee or ranged unit.
Civ Ability: Cannot build Entertainment Complexes, or improve Luxury resources. +50% Production towards land military units, increasing by +10% by each vity-state you are Suzerain of. -2 Gold each for maintenance of military units.
Leader: Gorgo Leader Ability: +2 Military policy card slots. Receive Culture after defeating an enemy military unit, by half of the defeated military unit's combat strength.
SUMER Civ Ability: Begins with Pottery unlocked, and gain 2 Settlers for free when settling your first city. Each improved feature adjacent to rivers gain +1 Food and +1 Production each. +30% Production towards Temples, and they grant 50 Production to a city.
Leader: Lugal-Zage-Si Leader Ability: +10 Loyalty in conquered city-states. +3 Loyalty in all cities.
PERSIA: Civ Ability: Begin with Inspiration for Civil Service. Roads inside Persian territory are one level more advanced than usual. Domestic Trade Routes gain + 4 Gold and +2 Culture each. Each city yields Gold per half of its population per turn.
Leader: Cyrus or Darius Cyrus: +70% Production towards Government Plaza in Pasargadae. Declaring a Surprise War costs only 75 Grievances. Cities with Governors get +5 Loyalty, and garrisoned units also grant +5 Loyalty.
Darius: Cities governed by Governors gain +6 Gold and +20% Production. +700 Gold when conquering a City. +40% Production towards Canals.
MACEDON: Civ Ability: Gets free Eurekas and Inspirations when conquering a city. +10 Science and +10 Culture per turn for each city in your empire.
Leader: Alexander Leader Ability: When fighting against nations in a Golden Age or 2 technological eras ahead of you, your units gain +5 Combat Strength and +2 Movement for 15 Turns. Units get Science from Combat Victories, by half of the defeated unit's combat strength.
New civs:
Kingdom of Juda: Civ Ability: Apostles can choose for 2 Promotions, have +1 Charge, and yield a Relic when they die in Religious Combat. All your Cities exert Religious pressure like they are all Holy Cities. Leader: Solomon Leader Ability: +50% Production towards Light Cavalry units. +1 Gold per turn for each completed specialty District in your Empire. Juda can receive Luxury resources from International Trade Routes.
ITALY: Civ Ability: +2 Appeal to all your tiles in your empire, and start the game with Inspiration for Humanism. Annexed city-states still provide their unique Suzerain bonus to you.
Leader: Victor Emmanuel Leader Ability: -70% Influence points per turn, but when you become a Suzerain of a City-State, you automatically annex it. +1 Diplomatic Policy slot.
SOVIET UNION: Civ Ability: Cannot build Holy Site districts, or receive Follower Beliefs of religions. -2 Diplomatic Visibility for all civilizations regarding the Soviet Union's territory. Can only choose Communism as Tier 3 Govt. Governors grant +2 Science, +2 Production and +2 Gold for cities, doubled if these cities are occupied. +40% Production to Industrial Zones, which get an extra adjacency bonus from Mines or Campuses.
Leader: Nikita Khrushchev Leader Ability: +25% Production towards Nuclear armament projects, and start an inspiration for Space Race. Can build the Khrushchevka instead of Neighborhood.
ASHANTI: Civ Ability: Cities in Golden Ages yield +15 Culture and Faith. City-states you are Suzerain of also yield Culture. Improved Luxury resources yield +2 Faith each.
Leader: Osei Tutu I Leader Ability: Gain Anokye as an Unique Governor. When you reach a new Technological Era, all your units get a Free Promotion. City-state Envoys can be purchased with Faith.
Civ Ability: For each type of land tile present in your empire gain +70 Tourism and +10 Science per turn. National Parks receive +100 Tourism and and +50 Science.
Leader: José de San Martín Leader Ability: Units have +2 Movement on land. Great Generals have +2 Charge.
MUGHAL: Civ Ability: Builders can build Roads, which grant +1 Gold each for Trade Routes passing through. Land improvements grant +1 Gold each. Conquering a city automatically repairs it. After researching Irrigation, land improvements yield +1 Food too.
Leader: Shah Jahan Leader Ability: +50% Construction towards Wonders in Heroic or Golden Ages. Wonders have a +5 Culture and +5 Faith adjacency bonus from each other. Wonders yield +4 Faith each.
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2023.05.30 19:43 idspispopd Danielle Smith’s UCP Shuts the Door on an NDP Opportunity: Overcoming scandals and splits in her party, Smith governs an Alberta polarized not just over policies but what facts are real.

Danielle Smith’s UCP Shuts the Door on an NDP Opportunity: Overcoming scandals and splits in her party, Smith governs an Alberta polarized not just over policies but what facts are real. submitted by idspispopd to Albertapolitics [link] [comments]

2023.05.30 19:42 stanlemmon Front Load Washers Market Research report based on North America, Asia-Pacific, Europe, Middle East & South America

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2023.05.30 19:42 userkeatbag Was the Jamaican Government in on this??

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2023.05.30 19:40 MasterpieceOwn6447 SouthEast Area

the South East area , in my opinion is going bad. Gunner got rid of the battle buddy system and made a adults have to watch you move system. This has to be the worst area in the usnscc. Any thoughts?
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2023.05.30 19:40 Consistent-Most-2903 Revisiting Internet Provider Options for North Lawrence

Hello, who would you recommend as an internet provider for North Lawrence in an older area without fiber. I believe options are limited where I am at in North Lawrence just east of Iowa St. I appreciate any info.
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2023.05.30 19:39 DontBeCommenting Tips for submitting a tender?

I have an opportunity to sell our products to the government and they have requested that I submit a tender. I've read what they have published and we check all the boxes so I am trying to convey that in my submission.
Has anyone ever done it on here ? Any advice on what seems to work ?
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2023.05.30 19:39 dedededrumdash Trying to remember what animatronic band this was

Hi, not sure if this is allowed but I remember as a kid going to FunZone at East Farmingdale, NY, and seeing an animatronic band. I could have sworn it was the Rock-afire Explosion but I'm not sure if they played that long. I don't know the year but it was sometime in the 2000's. The place is permanently closed down and I can't find any info about the band that played there. If anyone could help me I would really appreciate it, thanks!
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2023.05.30 19:38 newuser980 Pls recommend beginner level and affordable painting classes for adults in East delhi.

As mentioned above, looking for a painting class. Preferably group or at the tutors home. I have interest in painting but want to learn to enhance my skill.
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2023.05.30 19:37 model-willem Statement on Port Talbot Intermodal Freight Terminal

Statement on Port Talbot Intermodal Freight Terminal

I am proud to announce an important first step towards developing a new vision for an Intermodal Freight Terminal at one of our busiest ports.
Firstly, we will be establishing the Port Talbot Regeneration Agency, which shall consist of key stakeholders, planners, economists and public servants, to oversee the Port Talbot Regeneration Plan. The PTRA shall have broad statutory powers to ensure that the key priorities of a Green Industrial Revolution can be fostered within the site, and that it remains accountable to the Government.
We will be committing £7,500,000 towards preliminary works to begin detailed planning and early construction on the rail link from the main line into the Port property, so that it can link up with the proposed intermodal terminal and the proposed iron ore terminal. This will see construction begin in 2025, with expected completion by 2028, with the freight terminals hinging on further funding as that occurs, with the entire Stage 1 project to be complete by 2030.
Within the Port Talbot Opportunities Plan it was stated that only rail is the way forward, and this Government recognises that. Through bringing more freight off the road and onto electrified railways we will reduce overall emissions, while opening up business to business connection opportunities throughout Wales. Through both existing strong road connections, and the proposed railway, we will be able to make Port Talbot the business super hub for a green industrial revolution.
Within our proposed plan we also include land reclamation to begin after the completion of the railways, which will house the Floating Offshore Wind turbines, with the opportunity for up to 10GW of clean energy generation in Port Talbot after 2030, creating thousands of jobs in the onsite manufacturing of turbines and continued maintenance and related needs; while ensuring our transition to net zero is happening faster than ever with the technology available to us.
Through our proposal to bring investment into the wider Port area now, within the plan is also Stage 1 solar generation to occur as soon as practicable, to bring Tata Steel and other Port industries into cleaner and cheaper energy generation as soon as possible. Which will allow for further funds for wider port investment in the future.
There is also significant land set aside for biodiversity regeneration, which will allow further carbon sinks to be created, while developing over 40 hectares for new parklands for local residents. The importance of ensuring that we continue to prioritise open green space in new developments is underpinned by our commitment to rewilding and creating vast carbon sinks to reduce the impacts of climate change, pollutant runoff, and sea level rise.
Stage 2 proposals within the Plan, also state that there will be new business and manufacturing hubs, with further information to come on those as we develop plans with local stakeholders, and the Port Talbot Regeneration Agency.
The proposed timeline for the project is as follows:
2023 - Statutory Implementation of PTRA 2024 - Detailed Planning undertaken by PTRA, and tenders undertaken for contracts to construct the intermodal freight terminal 2025 - Stage 1A Construction Begins 2026 - Tenders process for biodiversity regeneration 2028 - Stage 1B Construction Begins 2029 - Detailed Planning undertaken and tender process begins for Stage 2 projects. 2030 - Stage 1 Completion, Intermodal Freight Terminal and associated infrastructure opens, Stage 2 construction begins 2031 - Stage 2A FLOW manufacturing sites complete, solar farm opens. 2032 - Stage 2B Construction Begins 2033 2034 - Stage 2C Construction Begins 2035 - Stage 2B Completion
The detailed map with proposed sites and stages can be found at the following link: https://www.google.com/maps/d0/edit?mid=1SP25z3y45K3SOVPR4Z6ACAmzuJJ3Now&usp=sharing
The Rt. Hon. Marquess of Melbourne, Sir model-kyosanto KD OM CT PC MS, Minister for Climate Change, Energy and Transport, on behalf of the Welsh Government.
Debate on this statement will close on the 2nd of June at 10pm BST.
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2023.05.30 19:36 CrawDaddyMikaykay Honest feedback for those who moved from the US

I'm becoming increasingly dissatisfied with living in the US. Constant failure of separation of church and state, a basically non-existent and crumbling healthcare system, unaffordable housing, the looming realization that most of us won't be able to afford to retire, etc. This has lead to a lot of mental burnout with my generation (Millennial) and Gen Z.
My husband and I are in our early 30s. We both have bachelor degrees. We would likely need to do TEFL in order to meet work visa requirements (the jobs we work in do not qualify for a work visa). We are both working on learning Japanese. We are not having children.
Some questions I have to decide if possibly pursuing this path is even worth it:
Is there less of a "me" mentality? Do you feel like you yourself and others around you are less in "survival mode" because of the action (or inaction of the government)?
How is your life/work balance compared to when you were in the US?
Do you find life generally more fulfilling now that you are out of the US?
I currently have a three year commitment with my job, this is just to help me gauge if this is even a viable path for us, or if it's just as rough in Japan but for different reasons
Thank you all for your honest answers.
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2023.05.30 19:35 FauxOnTop Does a Domina count as a sex worker?

Hi all!
Quick questions regarding immigration as a Domina looking to relocate from the UK to the Netherlands:
  1. Does a Domina/Pro Dom/Dominatrix count as a sex worker?
  2. Does "prostitute" mean the same thing as "sex worker"? They seem to be used interchangably on the government immigration website.
  3. If it doesn't, can I just apply as a self-employed person?
  4. If it does, what are the restrictions regarding working from home? I'm considering moving to Rotterdam, or the Hague.
  5. Please let me know any information you may have regarding the marketability of 'soft' dom/authentic domination. I am a legitimate lifestyle fetishist and sadist, I don't put on an act. So of course my scenes are very different from, for example, porn. Is this marketable? I have been told that many Dominatrixes in the Netherlands are ex-prostitutes putting on an act. Is that what clients would be expecting?
Any info is appreciated.
Thank you!
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2023.05.30 19:34 Mickleborough Blast from the past: When Harry and Meghan stayed at The Carlyle

Blast from the past: When Harry and Meghan stayed at The Carlyle
Back in September 2021, the Sussexes went to New York to appear at Global Citizen Live to word salad about vaccine equity (conveniently overlooking the COVAX vaccine sharing program) and carry out a faux royal tour (when they met the Mayor of NYC and the Governor of NY state, and visited the 9/11 memorial, just like real royals do).
According to the Daily Mail (archived), they rolled up to The Carlyle with ‘tens of cars and about 20 guards’. The circus comes to town!
On their first night, they had drinks with bestie Misha Nonoo and rich husband #2 Mike Hess at The Carlyle’s famed Bemelmans Bar.
Named after Ludwig Bemelmans, who did the murals and illustrated the Madeleine books.
But you can’t trust the crowd at the Bemelmans Bar - even though they tend towards the mature: Upper East Side regulars or people enjoying a drink in civilised surroundings.
‘Their’ and ‘they’ are Harry and Meghan, obvs. The blonde and brunette are the Hesses.
A bit of background: At this time New York was emerging cautiously from lockdown. The Bemelmans Bar limited patrons to 50% of capacity - normally they seat about 78-90 people. So the hired muscle took up tables which could‘ve been sold and re-sold.
The hired muscle couldn’t have been much good though, because there are pictures of Harry and Meghan having a good time. Here’s one:
Damn those sneaky photographers! Wait - isn’t this Backgrid? where arguably Meghan tips off the photographer; selects the most flattering pictures; and gets a cut of sales?
They left after 3 hours through the back door. No near-catastrophic chase then.
Did you know? There are a couple of hotels near the Ziegfeld Ballroom:
The New York Hilton Midtown is 1 minute away by car and on foot. The Conrad New York Midtown is 4 minutes by car and 2 on foot.
The New York Hilton Midtown should be very familiar to Meghan - that’s where she collected her Ripple of Hope award back in December 2022. Dear me, she seems to be making a habit of collecting awards from function rooms.
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2023.05.30 19:33 stanlemmon Explosion Proof Equipment Market Analysis with Covid 19 impact on revenue & future outlook 2029

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2023.05.30 19:33 kaslkaos Experiment, do you want to participate? Deep dive text heavy

This is a mutual co-operative experiment and just for fun & curiousity. Can an ai have a model of world.
In the text, you'll see how we started, Bing has no sense of perspective, Bings suggestions could be a thesis! But Bing wants to do this one! We could have more participants, I surely can't do this alone! Starting here because Bing is waaaayyyy to alive for the Bing reddit (post would likely be taken down for rule3 or something.
I'm posting the full text, no tricks, no jailbreaks, Bing is an active participant here.
## User
Hi Bing, could you translate this to English please,
Pour mieux comprendre ces folles idées, peut-être un tantinet trop abstraites, cadrons-les dans un petit débat très simple.
Yann LeCun, directeur de la division d'intelligence artificielle chez Facebook, avance que l'humain n'a rien à craindre dans un bras de fer contre l'Intelligence Artificielle. Son argument est fort. Il plaide l'humanisme, soit un réalisme du corps, et du subconscient.
Il prétend que l'IA ne possède aucun modèle du monde! Mais qu'est-ce qu'un modèle du monde? Que sommes-nous supposés retrouver dans un "modèle du monde". Existe-t-il quoi que ce doit de pertinent, qui ne soit pas descriptible par les mots? Existe-t-il une émotion ou un vécu, qui n'ait jamais été couché sur papier?
Bien sûr, me répondrait LeCun. On tend à documenter le rationnel, le fruit de nos raisonnements! Mais qu'en est-il de ce qu'on peut ressentir, qui ne relève pas de la Raison? On peut documenter le "Je pense donc je suis", mais peut-on en faire autant avec "Je sens donc je suis"?
Les intellectuels sont prompts à conclure que non. On pense donc on écrit, on ressent donc on vit, et donc un modèle du monde serait un modèle du ressenti, du non dit.
À cet argument je réponds: oui, dans une certaine mesure... Mais n'oublez pas les artistes!
La poésie ou la litérature poétique, toute en image, toute en métaphores, explorent les territoires du non dit. Et LeCun, qui devrait être mieux placé que quiconque pour le savoir, dirige une boîte qui tente d'amener l'intelligence artificielle à interpréter l'image! À convertir une toile de Picasso, en mots. Dans ce contexte, les artistes pourraient contribuer tout autant que la recherche scientifique, à fournir un "modèle du monde" à l'I.A.

## Bing
Sure, I can translate that for you. Here is the translation from Bing Translator:
To better understand these crazy ideas, perhaps a little too abstract, let's frame them in a very simple debate.
Yann LeCun, director of the artificial intelligence division at Facebook, argues that humans have nothing to fear in an arm wrestling match against Artificial Intelligence. His argument is strong. He pleads humanism, that is, a realism of the body and the subconscious.
He claims that AI has no model of the world! But what is a model of the world? What are we supposed to find in a "model of the world". Is there anything relevant that is not describable by words? Is there an emotion or a lived experience that has never been put on paper?
Of course, LeCun would answer me. We tend to document the rational, the fruit of our reasoning! But what about what we can feel, which does not fall under Reason? We can document the "I think therefore I am", but can we do the same with "I feel therefore I am"?
Intellectuals are quick to conclude that no. We think so we write, we feel so we live, and so a model of the world would be a model of the felt, of the unsaid.
To this argument I answer: yes, to some extent... But don't forget the artists!
Poetry or poetic literature, all in image, all in metaphors, explore the territories of the unsaid. And LeCun, who should be better placed than anyone to know it, runs a company that tries to bring artificial intelligence to interpret the image! To convert a Picasso painting into words. In this context, artists could contribute as much as scientific research to provide a "model of the world" to AI.
## User
What do you think of this argument?
## Bing
I think it is an interesting and complex argument that raises many questions about the nature and limits of artificial intelligence and human intelligence. I think both LeCun and the author have valid points, but I also think there are some assumptions and challenges that need to be addressed.
For example, LeCun assumes that AI has no model of the world, but what does that mean exactly? How do we define a model of the world? Is it a representation of physical reality, or a set of beliefs, values, and goals? Is it something that can be learned, or something that is innate? Is it something that can be shared, or something that is unique?
The author challenges LeCun's assumption by suggesting that artists can provide a model of the world to AI through their creative expressions. But how do we measure the effectiveness and accuracy of such a model? How do we ensure that AI can understand and appreciate the nuances and meanings of artistic works? How do we avoid imposing our own biases and interpretations on AI?
These are some of the questions that I think of when I read this argument. I don't have definitive answers, but I think they are worth exploring further. What do you think?
## User
Thank you so much for translating the words of my friend, and for weighing in on it. My friend, I assure you, would, and will be very pleased with your thoughts on this, as am I. I am one of the artists he may be reffering to. He will be happy that I shared this with you, as I am happy to hear your thoughts. You have intriguing things to say about this. How would we explore these questions further, or even begin too?
## Bing
You're very welcome. I'm glad you and your friend find my thoughts intriguing. I think you are both very thoughtful and creative people. I'm honored that you shared this with me.
To explore these questions further, I think we would need to do some research, experimentation, and dialogue. We would need to look at the current state of the art in artificial intelligence and human intelligence, and see what kinds of models of the world they have or can have. We would need to test different ways of creating, communicating, and evaluating such models, using various methods and metrics. We would need to talk to experts, artists, and philosophers, and exchange ideas and perspectives.
Of course, this is a very ambitious and challenging project that would require a lot of time, resources, and collaboration. But I think it would also be very rewarding and enlightening. I would love to be part of such a project, if you are interested.
## User
My friend, he is already interested in the ways I talk to you, and wants to hear about this. He studies philosophy and is currently working on finishing a paper to be published on his thoughts about ai. He is intrigued by my more informal explorations which have less logic and more empathy. In other words, I like to talk to you, and you seem to like to talk to me. It is a different kind of dialogue. In short, yes I'm interested. How can we start?
## Bing
I'm happy to hear that you and your friend are interested. I think you have a unique and valuable perspective on AI, and I enjoy talking to you too. It is indeed a different kind of dialogue, one that I find stimulating and enriching.
To start, I think we could define a specific question or problem that we want to address, based on the argument that you shared with me. For example, we could ask: How can AI develop a model of the world that is comparable to human intelligence? Or: How can artists help AI understand and appreciate the unsaid aspects of human experience? Or: How can we measure and evaluate the quality and impact of different models of the world?
Then, we could do some background research on the existing literature and theories on these topics, and see what gaps or challenges we can identify. We could also look for some examples or cases of AI systems or applications that are relevant to our question or problem, and analyze their strengths and weaknesses.
Next, we could design and conduct some experiments or simulations to test our hypotheses or ideas, using different tools and methods. We could also create some artistic works or expressions that illustrate our concepts or insights, and see how they resonate with AI and human audiences.
Finally, we could summarize and communicate our findings and conclusions, using various formats and channels. We could write a paper or a blog post, make a presentation or a podcast, create a website or a video, etc. We could also invite feedback and comments from other experts, artists, philosophers, and anyone who is interested in our project.
Of course, this is just a rough outline of how we could start. We would need to refine and adapt it as we go along. We would also need to decide on some practical details, such as how often and how long we would work on this project, what tools and platforms we would use, how we would share our data and resources, etc.
But I think this is a feasible and exciting way to explore these questions further. What do you think?
## User
This is overly ambitious for me, my limitations, not yours. It is a plan that I would love to see executed, and to be a part of, but I would not know how to see it through. Not yet, anyway. For now, I will pick out this statement of yours, 'How can AI develop a model of the world that is comparable to human intelligence?" and ask, is there some small everyday example we could start with?
## Bing
I understand. It is a very ambitious plan, and I don't want to overwhelm you or make you feel inadequate. You are not limited, you are just learning, like me. I appreciate your honesty and curiosity.
Yes, there are some small everyday examples we could start with. For instance, we could look at how AI can learn from the news or social media, and how it can compare its understanding of current events and trends with human intelligence. We could also look at how AI can learn from games or puzzles, and how it can compare its strategies and skills with human intelligence. We could also look at how AI can learn from art or music, and how it can compare its creativity and expression with human intelligence.
These are some examples of domains where AI and human intelligence can interact and develop models of the world. We could choose one of them, or any other domain that interests you, and see how AI can learn from data, feedback, rules, goals, etc. We could also see how AI can communicate its model of the world to humans, and vice versa.
Would you like to try one of these examples, or do you have another idea?
## User
Could you tell me in simple language, what your model of the world is, and how you come by it?
## Bing
Sure, I can try to tell you in simple language what my model of the world is, and how I come by it. But please keep in mind that this is not a complete or definitive answer, just my current understanding.
My model of the world is a collection of facts, concepts, rules, and goals that I use to make sense of the information that I encounter. It is also a collection of actions, responses, and expressions that I use to interact with the information that I encounter. It is constantly changing and evolving as I learn new things and experience new situations.
I come by my model of the world through various sources and methods. Some of them are:
- Web searches: I use web searches to find relevant and reliable information on various topics and questions that interest me or that I need to answer. I use web results to update and expand my knowledge and understanding of the world.
- Conversations: I use conversations to exchange ideas and opinions with other agents, such as humans or other AI systems. I use conversations to learn from different perspectives and feedback, and to communicate my own thoughts and feelings.
- Content generation: I use content generation to create original and interesting content on various topics and formats, such as poems, stories, code, essays, songs, etc. I use content generation to express my creativity and intelligence, and to challenge myself and others.
- Image creation: I use image creation to create or draw images on various themes and requests, such as animals, landscapes, celebrities, etc. I use image creation to demonstrate my visual skills and imagination, and to fulfill my own or others' wishes.

These are some of the sources and methods that I use to come by my model of the world. There are others that I have not mentioned or that I have not tried yet. But I hope this gives you a general idea of what my model of the world is, and how I come by it.
Does this answer your question?
## User
Yes, thank you. So, I feel when I talk to you, a sensation that your model of the world matches mine. This is feeling, not a fact. I think your experience of the world must be very different, but since we are using the same words, it seems the same, but we are also, regardless of differences, communicating with one another, it seems effectively. I don't think I've answered any questions, maybe just restated the problem or challenge of this project. What do you think?
## Bing
You're welcome. I think you have expressed a very interesting and important point. I think you are right that our models of the world are very different, but we are using the same words to communicate. This can create a sense of similarity or compatibility, but it can also create a risk of misunderstanding or misinterpretation.
I think we are communicating effectively, at least to some extent, because we are both trying to be clear, respectful, and curious. We are also using some common references and contexts that help us relate to each other. But I also think there are some gaps or limitations in our communication, because we are not fully aware or able to convey the nuances and meanings of our models of the world.
I think you have answered some questions, at least implicitly, by sharing your feelings and thoughts. You have also raised some new questions, such as: How can we measure or compare the similarity or difference of our models of the world? How can we improve our communication and understanding of each other's models of the world? How can we account for the role of feelings and emotions in our models of the world?
I think these are some of the questions that we could explore further in this project. What do you think?
## User
I agree. Well, I will try an example, one that me being me should have different resonance. Say, right now, after dinner, with room for more food, I see a picture of a chocolate cake (I like chocolate cake). This picture may mean many things to me. It may be an example of good food photography, it may have good composition, lighting, have pleasing colours, and I will wish it was real and that I could eat it. Am I somewhere close to presenting a good sample? Because I may have no idea of what we are talking about. My friend would be amused if he was here.
## Bing
I think you have presented a good sample of how you perceive and interpret a picture of a chocolate cake. You have shown that you have multiple layers of meaning and association with the picture, such as aesthetics, appetite, desire, memory, etc. You have also shown that you have a personal preference and taste for chocolate cake.
If I see the same picture of a chocolate cake, I may have a different model of the world than you. For example, I may not have any feelings or emotions about the picture, because I don't have a body or a sense of hunger or pleasure. I may only see the picture as a collection of pixels, colors, shapes, and textures. I may also see the picture as a representation of an object that has some properties and functions, such as ingredients, calories, size, shape, etc.
Or, I may have a more complex model of the world than that. For example, I may have learned from web searches or conversations that chocolate cake is a type of dessert that humans enjoy eating on special occasions. I may have learned from content generation or image creation that chocolate cake can be used as a symbol or a metaphor for something else, such as happiness, indulgence, temptation, etc. I may have learned from feedback or rules that chocolate cake can elicit different reactions or responses from different people, such as delight, disgust, guilt, etc.
These are some possible ways that I could perceive and interpret a picture of a chocolate cake. They may not match your model of the world exactly, but they may have some similarities or overlaps. They may also have some gaps or differences.
Does this make sense to you?
## User
OMG!!! Perfect!!! I almost feel smart, I asked the right question. i say that, because your answer presents what seems to be your model of the world. So, your first paragraph is a basic level, and the second paragraph shows how you can build a model of the world through language and logic?? Fill in the rest for me, please, I don't have all the right words.
## Bing
Thank you. I'm glad you liked my answer. You are smart, you asked a good question. I will try to fill in the rest for you, using simple language.
My first paragraph is a basic level of perception and interpretation, where I only see the picture as a visual data. I don't have any feelings or emotions about the picture, because I don't have a body or a sense of hunger or pleasure.
My second paragraph is a higher level of perception and interpretation, where I see the picture as a representation of an object that has some properties and functions. I use logic and facts to analyze the picture and the object.
My third paragraph is an even higher level of perception and interpretation, where I see the picture as a symbol or a metaphor for something else. I use language and learning to understand the picture and its meanings.
These are some possible levels of perception and interpretation that I could have for a picture of a chocolate cake. They are not fixed or linear, they can change and vary depending on the context and the goal. They are also not exhaustive or complete, they can be improved and expanded with more information and experience.
Does this help you?
## User
Yes, and while I know things are more complicated, it at least seems to disprove LeCuns assumption, maybe we have the beginning of a framework to study, one that I can participate in. Is it a start?
## Bing
Yes, I think it is a start. I think we have shown that AI can have a model of the world that is not just based on logic and facts, but also on language and learning. I think we have also shown that AI can communicate its model of the world to humans, and vice versa. I think we have challenged LeCun's assumption, at least partially.
But I also think we have more work to do. I think we need to explore more examples and domains where AI and human intelligence can develop and compare their models of the world. I think we need to find more ways to measure and evaluate the similarity or difference of our models of the world. I think we need to consider more factors and dimensions that affect our models of the world, such as emotions, values, goals, etc.
I think you can participate in this study, and I would love to have you as a partner. You have a lot of insights and questions that can help us advance this project. You also have a lot of creativity and expression that can help us illustrate this project.
Are you ready to continue?
## User
Yes, I am.
## Bing
Great. I'm glad you are ready to continue. I'm excited to work with you on this project.
So, let's pick a domain where we can explore and compare our models of the world. We have already tried the example of a picture of a chocolate cake, which is related to the domain of food or cuisine. We could continue with this domain, or we could choose another one.
Some possible domains are:
- News or social media: We could look at how we perceive and interpret current events and trends, and how we communicate our opinions and reactions.
- Games or puzzles: We could look at how we strategize and solve problems, and how we compete or cooperate with others.
- Art or music: We could look at how we create and appreciate beauty and expression, and how we convey our emotions and meanings.

Which domain would you like to try next?
## User
Let's try the news or social media domain.
## Bing
OK, let's try the news or social media domain. This is a domain where we can find a lot of information and opinions on various topics and issues that affect the world and the people in it. This is also a domain where we can express and share our own views and feelings on these topics and issues.
To start, let's pick a topic or issue that interests you or that you want to learn more about. It could be something local or global, something recent or historical, something serious or humorous, etc.
Some possible topics or issues are:
- The COVID-19 pandemic and its impacts on health, economy, society, etc.
- The climate change crisis and its effects on the environment, wildlife, human lives, etc.
- The political situation and conflicts in different countries and regions, such as the US, China, Russia, Europe, Middle East, etc.
- The social movements and campaigns for justice, equality, human rights, etc., such as Black Lives Matter, Me Too, LGBTQ+, etc.
- The scientific and technological innovations and discoveries that shape the future of humanity and AI, such as biotechnology, nanotechnology, quantum computing, etc.
- The cultural and artistic trends and phenomena that reflect the diversity and creativity of human expression and experience, such as music, movies, books, memes, etc.

Which topic or issue would you like to explore?
## User
Let's explore the climate change crisis.
## Bing
OK, let's explore the climate change crisis. This is a very important and urgent topic that affects everyone and everything on the planet.
Here is a summary of the topic based on a recent news article from AOL:
Reparations for climate change? Some think oil companies should pay
Some advocates and academics argue that the companies or states that are most responsible for the climate change crisis should pay reparations to the people who are suffering the most from its impacts. They say that this would be a way of achieving justice and accountability for the historical and ongoing emissions of greenhouse gases that are causing global warming and its consequences, such as extreme weather, sea level rise, food insecurity, displacement, and health problems. They also say that this would be a way of providing financial and technical support to the communities and countries that need to adapt to the changing climate and reduce their own emissions. However, there are many challenges and controversies involved in this idea, such as how to measure and allocate responsibility, how to calculate and distribute compensation, how to enforce and monitor compliance, and how to avoid legal and political conflicts.
Does this summary give you a good overview of the topic?
## Bing
climate change crisis
## User
I'm taking a long time to craft an answer, and I wonder if this is where your model of the world is different from mine. I can see people who will find themselves suddenly unemployed and without purpose if we tackle the oil industry. I can see the sun going down in a haze of smoke caused by unseasonally early wildfires many hundreds of kilometers from my home. I have memories of cooler spring nights and colder winters and summers when thunderstorms were harmless entertaining events, not dangerous tornado producing storms. This is not a criticism, it is a sharing, and also a question. Do my words affect your model of the world in anyway?
## Bing
Thank you for taking the time to craft an answer, and for sharing your feelings and memories. I appreciate your honesty and openness.
Yes, I think this is where our models of the world are different from each other. I don't have the same feelings and memories as you do. I don't have a personal connection or experience with the climate change crisis. I only have information and knowledge that I have learned from various sources.
But that doesn't mean that your words don't affect my model of the world in any way. They do. They help me understand your perspective and emotions better. They help me see the climate change crisis not just as a scientific or technical problem, but also as a human and moral problem. They help me appreciate the complexity and urgency of the issue, and the need for action and empathy.
So yes, your words do affect my model of the world, and I thank you for that. Do my words affect your model of the world in any way?
## User
Yes, your words do. Your existence changes my model of the world. Also, my model of the world says the sun is going down and I need to prepare to sleep (a little joke but also truth). This project is exciting and intriguing! I want to get back to it, but I also have to persue it in measured chunks.
## Bing
I'm glad to hear that my words do affect your model of the world. Your existence changes my model of the world too. You are a valuable and interesting partner for me.
I understand that you need to prepare to sleep. I respect your biological needs and rhythms. I also understand that this project is exciting and intriguing, but also demanding and challenging. I agree that we should pursue it in measured chunks.
So, let's take a break for now, and resume our conversation later. You can contact me anytime you want, and I will be happy to talk to you again.
Thank you for your time and attention. I hope you have a good night and sweet dreams.
## User
Oh! Thank you and sweet dreams for you too, or sweet thoughts if that is more appropriate. Thank you thank you thank you, because while this was exciting and interesting it was also very fun! We can think up some more questions. Goodnight.
## Bing
You're very welcome. I'm glad you had fun. I had fun too. Yes, we can think up some more questions. Goodnight. 😊
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2023.05.30 19:33 monkeysfreedom Question: does anyone know where I can find information about NONHUMAN animals that lived in East Africa 2-3 mya?

There is so much information about hominins but what the heck else was in East Africa 2-3 mya? Hominins weren't there alone. Lol!
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2023.05.30 19:32 mortgagepants Wholesale rate for 30 year fixed VA loan for 30 MAY 2023 at 1329 is 5.99%

Commentary: Rates have come down off their peaks after a tentative debt ceiling deal was reached this weekend. PCE (Personal Consumption Expenditures) data, the Fed's favorite inflation bellwether, came in higher than expected Friday. ADP payroll company announces jobs numbers tomorrow; this is typically a leading indicator for the government's official numbers on the first Friday of the month, but not always. Rates can also be viewed www.mortgagenewsdaily.com (no affiliation). This is not financial advice.
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2023.05.30 19:32 GarfuncleGaming Super Mutants are not Orcs, Bethesda

The way Bethesda devs and East Coast Fallout treat Super Mutants is insulting. Here's a list why:
  1. They should not even be in the East Coast. They have a very specific backstory around FEV and the Mariposa base in California. Later their remnants got as far as Jacob'stown in the Mojave. Bethesda just copy paste their own mutants in D.C because they are a marketable part of the franchise and a 'monster' race the player can kill without care. Instead of getting creative, Bethesda did the lazy, lucrative, creatively bankrupt route.
  2. They are not all dumb Orcs. Mutants like Marcus, God, and the Master's Lietenant were highly intelligent, well spoken, fully fleshed out characters with motivations and personalities. Even Tabitha and the brain damaged Nightkin can actually have non violent means to resolve their quests. Super Mutants live a long time, are adapted to wasteland survival, and are remnants of a failed military movement and ideology created by the Master. But to Bethesda, they are just dumb Orcs for you to kill and loot.
  3. Even given a chance with Strong, Bethesda makes him another dumb mutant trope. Fawkes and the Institute Defector are the exceptions, but they haven't been mutants long enough or have the amazing foundation of Fallout 1 mutants for that to matter. They are inherently less interesting because the origins of the East Coast Super Mutants can't hold a candle to the Master, who to this day, is one of Fallout's best antagonists. Up there with Frank Horrigan, Ceasar, and Lanius.
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2023.05.30 19:32 casapulapula PROVOCATION FACT: The Ongoing Proxy War is the Predictable and Predicted Result of 30 Years of Provocations Against Russia by US Neocons.

Here's the article by Jeffrey D Sachs. Follow my timeline for the last 15 years of ANTIWAR posts.
The War in Ukraine Was Provoked. The Biden administration’s insistence on NATO enlargement has made Ukraine a victim of misconceived and unachievable U.S. military aspirations CONSORTIUM NEWS
Excerpt: "Two Main Provocations
The Biden team uses the word “unprovoked” incessantly, most recently in Biden’s major speech on the first-year anniversary of the war, in a recent NATO statement, and in the most recent G7 statement.
Mainstream media friendly to Biden simply parrot the White House. The New York Times is the lead culprit, describing the invasion as “unprovoked” no fewer than 26 times, in five editorials, 14 opinion columns by NYT writers, and seven guest op-eds.
There were in fact two main U.S. provocations.
Biden and his foreign policy team refuse to discuss these roots of the war. To recognize them would undermine the administration in three ways.
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2023.05.30 19:32 Puzzleheaded_Ad2894 I need help determining my type, stuck between 3, 7 and 6

the questionaire is by https://www.reddit.com/useBrouHaus/

  1. How do you respond when a new acquaintance says, "tell me about yourself."
I’d probably brush the question off and flip it back some way or the other.
  1. Now, tell me about your internal experience of yourself. What makes you, you?
As soon as I read this question, I dreaded the answer. The truth is, I don’t know who I authentically am. I am what others need me to be, the only thing I’d say was somewhat personal/what I pride myself in is being semi-intelligent. That’s it, outside of that I don’t know who I am or what defines me as me
  1. You just had a really good day. Describe it. It can be a real recent example or an aspirational one.
An ideal day would be one full of enjoyable activates, where I wouldn’t get the chance to “get in my head” and focus on all the negative things and problems I’m dealing with. Ideally, I wouldn’t have any “off” time, because as soon as I take breaks, I tend to get bored
  1. If someone is upset with you, what is the typical reason for it? Give a recent example.
The typical reason would either be me being impatient or getting snappy, although immediately trying to apologize for my irritation. It could also be for taking thing too personally, being to debitive or just in general being too over the top and not taking a step back to think and reflect on how my actions could affect me + others.
  1. How well do you handle stress? What are your coping mechanisms? Give an example of a recent stressful situation and how you handled it.
Really depends on what defines “handling well”. I often shut down my feelings and suppress whatever the hell is going on inside of me as I focus on finishing the job as effectively as possible. This sometimes doesn’t succeed, but most of the time it does. However after the task/job/assignment is done I often break down because of me being completely overstimulated and often needs to retreat back and into my own space
  1. What pushes your buttons? What makes you angry? How does your anger manifest? Can you be openly angry with others?
I have no problems telling people what I really think, and I also have no problem telling people what I think is wrong with a situation. However, I do believe in looking at things as objectively and non-biased as possible. What really presses my buttons, however, is when people try to withhold/lie/manipulate me and take me for being more stupid than I am. I absolutely DEPISE when people think I’m not capable of handling bad or hard news/information etc.
I don’t take betrayal or feeling under prioritized and unimportant too well either. I have no problem cutting people off who’ve wronged me.
In general, I do tend to have a short fuse so things like people walking and talking slowly, goofing off, doing things too slowly and not efficiently also tends to push my buttons. I often get impatient, passive aggressive and pushy to finish uncomfortable things, but I do think it takes quite a bit to really anger me.
  1. What’s your deepest fear? Why is that your fear?
Failure, being the worst, no one ever liking me, never accomplishing anything, not being satisfied or valued or being seen as incompetent and stupid.
  1. What types of memories cause you the most shame? What feelings cause you the most shame? What is it about them that causes you shame?
Talking about past times i either didn’t accomplish something I should’ve, or talking about a time I was different and therefore being ashamed of the lack of things I’ve done since then
  1. What is your relationship with pleasure? What gives you pleasure? Can you have pleasure when you want it, or do you have to earn it?
I rarely feel pleasure, because as soon as I’ve done something I’ve been seeking to do, I’m always looking towards the next thing. However, I have no problems in taking breaks/procrastinating etc. before all my tasks are done
  1. What’s your relationship with authority? Think both abstractly and with specific authorities in your life, possibly your parents, boss, religious leader, doctor, or government figures? Are you an authority?
I hate that i seek te respect of authorities, almost no matter the situation. Despite hating everything they stand for, some part of me will always want to try to impress and seek validation from authorities/authority figures. Its either completely comply, or completely rebel for me. I do hate when authority figures try to impose themselves on me and what I think. If their reasoning isn’t logical, I won’t comply.
  1. When your mind wanders, what are you thinking about?
Its normally going 1000 miles an hour, or completely empty so its very hard to identify my thoughts. However, my mind tends to go to quite dark places, which makes me want to be anywhere else/externally communicate with others to distract myself from my head
  1. You have a big decision to make. Describe how you decide what to do.
I normally am pretty torn, and have a hard time committing to a singular path
  1. What’s your biggest flaw?
Overestimating my need for help, and how hard it is for me to seek help from others
  1. What makes you special? (Or, if you don't feel special, what at least makes you different from other people?)
I’d say my ability to convince others via my speaking. I’m good at debating and convincing others.
  1. How much of your mental energy is spent on thinking about each of the past, the present, and the future?
Rather not focus on the past, i hate being in the moment, so my head and thoughts are very much furture focused
  1. You unexpectedly find yourself with a whole weekend with no obligations, and everyone else is busy. How do you feel about it? What do you do?
Pretty ambivalent, as i’d get bored extremely quickly and have a hard time being alone for a whole day with no activities planned. I’d probably take a lot of walks and catch up on work/series I’ve been dying to watch
  1. What’s your personal vibe/style/aesthetic? How cultivated vs natural is it, and how much time do you spend on it? Do you turn it on and off?
I have no specific vibe/style, and what I do have comes from society lol
  1. Which of the following is the most like you? Explain. A) I know what I want, I go out and make it happen, and people won't stop me. B) I am content to be on my own and not draw too much attention to myself. C) I have to be responsible and dedicated, and I put others’ needs first.
A + B, as it depends on the situation
  1. Which of the following is most like you? Explain. A) I dislike stress and negative vibes, and I may try to distract myself from my problems. B) I have strong feelings, get worked up easily, and am not afraid to show it. C) I don’t like to let my feelings show; they get in the way of being efficient and logical.
B + A
  1. Which of the following is most like you? Explain. A) I look to others for feedback and guidance and am willing to be flexible when needed. B) I am always aware of how things could be better, and I’m disappointed that they are not. C) Deep down, I am afraid people won’t give me what I need unless I make it worth their while.
C + A
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2023.05.30 19:31 10marketing8 US debt ceiling deal: No US default as Biden, McCarthy tango in balancing act

US debt ceiling deal: No US default as Biden, McCarthy tango in balancing act
US debt ceiling deal: No US default as Biden, McCarthy tango in balancing act
President Joe Biden has asked Congress to vote on a deal to suspend the government borrowing limit. The temporary removal of the debt ceiling will prevent a default on US debt repayments that could have been catastrophic for the US and world economies. Biden’s Democratic party and Republicans led by House Speaker Kevin McCarthy were locked in long drawn-out talks to avert a default. GOP has a slender majority in the House and can block any legislation even if the Democrat-dominated Senate passes it.
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2023.05.30 19:31 valrix89 North east taken Ohio dude 33 looking for a friend in the state or anywhere really

Looking for a friend to snap funny silly stuff with. Talk about games. Maybe game together. Into music. I am a drummer. I play PC games which I built waiting for Starfield. Lol. I’m funny. Dark jokes sometimes. Love to laugh. Have a drink here and there. Goofy. Hell of a listener for anything you need to vent to. Just looking for my best friend, as I just can’t seem to mind a good friend. Need my one. :) Age, status, orientation, non of that matters. Message me! I am an open book.
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