11 minutes seems like a long ask for a gag video about an Internet-of-Things toilet-analyzer, but man, is it worth it.
The longer this runs, the more detailed and rounded becomes its critique of corporatism, regulatory capture, privacy invasion, Randian techno triumphalism, and reflexive worship of "innovation" without any interrogation of what that innovation gets us, and what it costs. The fact that it gets funnier and funnier is just a bonus.
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Piers attempts to embarrass UK reality TV star Hayley of “Love Island” by asking her, “Do you know Pythagoras’s theorem to the nearest five decimal place?” Um… wut?
I didn’t bother to watch any of the NBA championship series but I was glued to the screen for this Bad Lip Reading of the 2017-2018 pro basketball season.
A physics student and an engineering student from Stanford fed 400,000 memes to a Long Short-Term Memory Recurrent Neural Network and asked it to generate more memes of its own.
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