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ELIZA, the paperclip maximizer: A story

An unspecified government agency released a set of decoded log files [see below], recovered from an accident at an AI research lab. According to an eyewitness who visited the site, an “unusually large” heap of paperclips towered over the...

by Andrea Brennen

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The very first of Circus Bazaar Magazines “Big Tent” Podcast series. We sat down to talk with Zac Rogers, an Australian Political Scientist to discuss his doctorate on Cyber Insecurity and the politics of Bitcoin and Blockchain technology.

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The End of Kim

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Colin Hagen releases his first EP

Norway – There is little to fault on Colin Hagens first EP. Production is tight. Perfectly recorded with imperfections to expose the subtleness of an acoustic guitar. If you listen carefully, you hear the fingers sliding on the strings. Vocally, by the end of t...

by Craig Bradbrook

The Great Re-branding

United States: In October 2015 Bill Clinton, appearing on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert, was asked by Colbert to explain the apparent momentum gathering around Donald Trump’s campaign for the Republican nomination. Back when it was still mandatory in polite circ...

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The Coming Populist Storm

Approximately thirty-six newspapers were in circulation during the American Revolution; the Gutenberg press was 300 years old. Using the established technology of the era, the Founding Fathers rhetorically expounded the virtues of their thinking in The Federalist Pap...

by Mark Keen