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Пнд 24 Дек 2012 08:10:57
Анончики, близится новый год, а значит есть шанс приблизиться к своей ЕОТ. Вообщем, нужно купить подарок тян, творческой и интеллектуальной личности, няшной, тёплой и упарывающей в веб дизайн по крайней мере она так думает. Есть какие-нибудь предложения? Живу около ДС, поэтому поеду за подарком туда.


Пнд 24 Дек 2012 08:12:33
>творческой и интеллектуальной личности
ТП, короче. Упаковку прокладок подари.

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 08:15:17
>>40276992
>творческой и интеллектуальной личности
Насри ей под дверь с подтекстом. Она ведь любит ГЛУБОКИЙ СМЫСЛ.

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 08:16:32
>>40277005
Она рисует, и очень нехуево. Косметикой почти не страдает, имеет маленькие губки и большие глаза.

Кстати, мне кажется, что месячные у нее как раз сегодня идут. Я что, её подружка?

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 08:18:35
>>40277036
Она любит нуар и частенько обсуждает со мной Чейза.

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 08:19:11
>>40277036
Двачую.

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 08:20:23
>>40277080
чейз - это тот, что бывший муж Кэммерон?

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 08:22:06
>>40277080
Пахнет дождём и корицей. Закутавшись в плед мечтает о нём.
планшет графический подари

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 08:22:55
Подари ей какое-нибудь хипссторское говно. Уверен, ей понравится.

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 08:24:32
>>40277140
Подарил на прошлый новый год свой старый, ибо забросил рисование.
Лол, она ненавидит всю ваниль, старую одежду, винтажность и кофе в особенности.

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 08:25:06
>тян
>творческой и интеллектуальной личности, няшной, тёплой
Как это, блять, оригинально

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 08:25:35
>>40277151
Что по-твоему хипсторское говно?

НеОП

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 08:26:36
>>40277167
>Подарил на прошлый новый год свой старый, ибо забросил рисование.
Ну раз у вас так принято - подари ей сношенные носки.

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 08:28:16
>>40277196
Так ведь она попросила.
Ты, наверно, врач.

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 08:40:50
>>40277371
Да кому ты пиздишь, уёбок?

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 08:42:36
>>40276992
> нужно купить подарок тян
> нужно
НИНУЖНО. Я вот тоже думал: "Ололо, поздравлю няшу, с которой лампово год встречались". А потом прикинул, какая это будет в итоге глупость- и забил. И ты тоже будешь выглядеть глупо со своим поздравлением на НГ.

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 08:43:45
>>40277402
Раз двести спроси. Чтоб сразу весь раздел завайпать своим говном.

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 11:51:46
ВЫЕБИ ЕЁ, если хорошо постараешься то это будет её лучший подарок.

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 12:00:15
>>40276992

ifon 5

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 12:01:43
>>40280631
Какой выеби, он же просто ДРУГ

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 12:08:17
>>40280938
Хорошие макароны.

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 12:08:38
>>40280857
ну по дружески, пускай выебет

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 12:08:47
>>40280822
C: prayer menerala

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 12:56:42
>>40276992
Братюнь, обрати внимание на сайт livemaster.ru
Там можно подобрать подарок ручной работы и недорого.
Я там часто вещи заказываю.

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 12:59:56
>>40276992
Просто трахни ее

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 13:01:50
>>40277053
Вбрось рисунков, например

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 13:03:06
"дружище", спасибо напомнил мне тут что нг на носу и я подарю своей ПАЗЛ!!!
можешь сделать как я (ну у меня приложение еще будет ввиде кольца)
3 года как вместе на нг выпадает

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 13:05:45
>>40276992
Подари ей книгу по HTML+CSS

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 13:06:24
>>40282336
Сажу забыл.

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 13:08:36
>>40282336
Ководство лучше.

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 13:10:01
>>40282336
Джвачаю.

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 13:12:09
>>40276992
> и упарывающей в веб дизайн
Ководство ей бумажное купи

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 13:13:14
>>40276992
Ваком подари

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 13:16:27
>>40282486
Двачую. Или что-то изданное его студией. Про шрифты, например. Такая-то годнота. Или Чихольда с его новой типографикой. Но это от специализации зависит.

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 13:31:45
>>40276992
Решил перевести отношения в товарно-денежные?
Что ж, успеха. ЛОЛ

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 13:40:36
>>40276992
Жуеба, бюджет-то какой?

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 13:42:12
А зачем дарить что-то тематическое, ОП? Я тебя понимаю, конечно же, с рациональной точки зрения, но тни любят всякие милашности вроде украшений, фенек, шарфов, перчаток. Вангую, что околодрузья и готовые служить лисы и так завайпают ей дизайноговном, а ты выгодно выделись, подарив что-нибудь няшное и неочевидное.
Я своей няше подарю рубашку, лол.

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 13:44:21
>>40283063
> а ты выгодно выделись
Коробку от помидор.

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 13:47:35
>>40283098
и говна туда, положить. Но надо уже начать копить, что бы показать какой то ты производительный.

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 13:47:46
>>40283063
>Я своей шлюхи
Фикс во имя истины!

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 13:52:42
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Пнд 24 Дек 2012 13:58:57
>>40283157
Смешной ты.

Алсо, отправил жалобу.

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 13:59:35
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>>40283446
Что мне твоя жалоба, лолка.

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 14:06:23
Ты напомнил мне знакомого, который подарил своей ЕОТ подакрок на ДР неплохой, а она его даже не позвала на ДР. Соснешь же.

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 14:08:15
Короче, ОП, не обращай внимания на бугуртящего сагера и внемли. Если те советы, что дали в треде, тебя устроили - делай, только постарайся обставить всё здорово и мило, а не просто истерично вручи подарок и свали в закат. Если так и не решил - ДУМАЙ, ЗАСРАНЕЦ, ДУМАЙ, это же так круто, когда ты сам придумаешь что-нибудь офигенное, от чего и самому приятно, и няша твоя скачет от радости как ненормальная. У тебя всё получится, добра. ^^

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 14:10:01
hole brain emulation or mind uploading (sometimes called mind transfer) is the hypothetical process of transferring or copying a conscious mind from a brain to a non-biological substrate by scanning and mapping a biological brain in detail and copying its state into a computer system or another computational device. The computer would have to run a simulation model so faithful to the original that it would behave in essentially the same way as the original brain, or for all practical purposes, indistinguishably.[1] The simulated mind is assumed to be part of a virtual reality simulated world, supported by an anatomic 3D body simulation model. Alternatively, the simulated mind could be assumed to reside in a computer inside (or connected to) a humanoid robot or a biological body, replacing its brain.
Whole brain emulation is discussed by futurists as a "logical endpoint"[1] of the topical computational neuroscience and neuroinformatics fields, both about brain simulation for medical research purposes. It is discussed in artificial intelligence research publications[2] as an approach to strong AI. Among futurists and within the transhumanist movement it is an important proposed life extension technology, originally suggested in biomedical literature in 1971.[3] It is a central conceptual feature of numerous science fiction novels and films.
Whole brain emulation is considered by some scientists as a theoretical and futuristic but possible technology,[1] although mainstream research funders and scientific journals remain skeptical. Several contradictory predictions have been made about when a whole human brain can be emulated; some of the predicted dates have already passed. Substantial mainstream research and development are however being done in relevant areas including development of faster super computers, virtual reality, brain-computer interfaces, animal brain mapping and simulation, connectomics and information extraction from dynamically functioning brains.[4]
The question whether an emulated brain can be a human mind is debated by philosophers.
Contents [hide]
1 Overview
2 Theoretical benefits
2.1 Immortality/backup
2.2 Speedup
2.3 Space travel
2.4 Multiple/parallel existence
3 Relevant technologies and techniques
3.1 Computational capacity
3.2 Simulation model scale
3.3 Scanning and mapping scale of an individual
3.4 Serial sectioning
3.5 Brain imaging
4 Current research
4.1 Simulation of C. elegans roundworm neural system
4.2 Simulation of Drosophila fruit fly neural system
4.3 Rodent brain simulation
5 Issues
5.1 Legal, ethical, political and economical issues
5.2 Copying vs. moving
5.3 Bekenstein bound
6 Mind uploading in science fiction
7 Mind uploading advocates
8 See also
9 References
10 External links
[edit]Overview



Neuron anatomical model


Simple artificial neural network
The human brain contains about 100 billion nerve cells called neurons, each individually linked to other neurons by way of connectors called axons and dendrites. Signals at the junctures (synapses) of these connections are transmitted by the release and detection of chemicals known as neurotransmitters. The established neuroscientific consensus is that the human mind is largely an emergent property of the information processing of this neural network.
Importantly, neuroscientists have stated that important functions performed by the mind, such as learning, memory, and consciousness, are due to purely physical and electrochemical processes in the brain and are governed by applicable laws. For example, Christof Koch and Giulio Tononi wrote in IEEE Spectrum:
"Consciousness is part of the natural world. It depends, we believe, only on mathematics and logic and on the imperfectly known laws of physics, chemistry, and biology; it does not arise from some magical or otherworldly quality."[5]
The concept of mind uploading is based on this mechanistic view of the mind, and denies the vitalist view of human life and consciousness.
Eminent computer scientists and neuroscientists have predicted that computers will be capable of thought and even attain consciousness, including Koch and Tononi,[5] Douglas Hofstadter,[6] Jeff Hawkins,[6] Marvin Minsky,[7] Randal A. Koene,[8] and Rodolfo Llinas.[9]
Such a machine intelligence capability might provide a computational substrate necessary for uploading.
However, even though uploading is dependent upon such a general capability it is conceptually distinct from general forms of AI in that it results from dynamic reanimation of information derived from a specific human mind so that the mind retains a sense of historical identity (other forms are possible but would compromise or eliminate the life-extension feature generally associated with uploading). The transferred and reanimated information would become a form of artificial intelligence, sometimes called an infomorph or "no¦morph."
Many theorists have presented models of the brain and have established a range of estimates of the amount of computing power needed for partial and complete simulations.[citation needed] Using these models, some have estimated that uploading may become possible within decades if trends such as Moore's Law continue.[10]
[edit]Theoretical benefits

[edit]Immortality/backup
Main article: Digital immortality
In theory, if the information and processes of the mind can be disassociated from the biological body, they are no longer tied to the individual limits and lifespan of that body. Furthermore, information within a brain could be partly or wholly copied or transferred to one or more other substrates (including digital storage or another brain), thereby reducing or eliminating mortality risk. This general proposal appears to have been first made in the biomedical literature in 1971 by biogerontologist George M. Martin of the University of Washington.[3]
[edit]Speedup
A computer-based intelligence such as an upload could potentially think much faster than a human even if it were no more intelligent. Human neurons exchange electrochemical signals with a maximum speed of about 150 meters per second, whereas the speed of light is about 300 million meters per second, about two million times faster. Also, neurons can generate a maximum of about 200 to 1000 action potentials or "spikes" per second, whereas the number of signals per second in modern[when?] computer chips is about 3 GHz[citation needed] (about two million times greater) and expected to increase by at least a factor 100.[citation needed] Therefore, even if the computer components responsible for simulating a brain were not significantly smaller than a biological brain, and even if the temperature of these components was not significantly lower, Eliezer Yudkowsky of the Singularity Institute for Artificial Intelligence calculates a theoretical upper bound for the speed of a future artificial neural network. It could in theory run about 1 million times faster than a real brain, experiencing about a year of subjective time in only 31 seconds of real time.[11][12][13]
However, such a massively parallel implementation would require separate computational units for each of the eighty-six billion neurons and each of the eighty-six trillion synapses[need quotation to verify].[14] That requires an enormously large computer or artificial neural network in comparison with today's super-computers.[12] In a less futuristic implementation, time-sharing would allow several neurons to be emulated sequentially by the same computational unit. Thus the size of the computer would be restricted, but the speedup would be lower. Assuming that cortical minicolumns organized into hypercolumns are the computational units, mammal brains can be emulated by today's super computers, but with slower speed than in a biological brain.[15]
[edit]Space travel
Mind uploading poses potential benefits for interstellar space travel because it would allow immortal beings to travel the cosmos without suffering from extreme acceleration. A whole society of uploads can be emulated by a computer on a very small spaceship, similar to a space probe, that would consume much less fuel and may accelerate much more than space travels for biological humans. The uploads would have control of the ship and would be able to make decisions about the crafts voyage in real time, independent of signals from Earth, that might eventually take months or years to reach the craft as it journeys out into the cosmos. Because a virtual conscious can be set into a state of hibernation, or slowed down, the virtual minds need not experience the boredom of hundreds if not thousands of years of travel. Instead they would only awake when on board computers detected that the craft had arrived at its destination. In the book The Physics of Immortality (1994), Frank Tipler suggests that the universe eventually would be colonized by such machine intelligence, which ultimately would try to turn all matter in the universe into energy and computational power.
Another possibility for travel would be wireless transmission of a person's brain model between computers on already inhabited locations. Such travel would require only the energy to transmit enough powerful signals suffently long time so that they reach the target destination. The travelling time would be a sum of the wave propagation delay (depending on the distance) and the data transmission delay (depending on the possible bit rate, which depends on the distance and transmission power); both could constitute several years for inter-stellar travelling. The travelers experienced time from transmitter to receiver would be instantaneous.
[edit]Multiple/parallel existence

This section contains information of unclear or questionable importance or relevance to the article's subject matter. Please help improve this article by clarifying or removing superfluous information. (November 2012)
Another concept explored in science fiction is the idea of more than one running "copy" of a human mind existing at once. Such copies could potentially allow an "individual" to experience many things at once, and later integrate the experiences of all copies into a central mentality at some point in the future,[citation needed] effectively allowing a single sentient being to "be many places at once" and "do many things at once"; this concept has been explored in fiction. Such partial and complete copies of a sentient being raise interesting questions regarding identity and individuality.
[edit]Relevant technologies and techniques

[edit]Computational capacity


Estimates of how much processing power is needed to emulate a human brain at verious levels (from Ray Kurzweil and the chart to the left), along with the fastest supercomputer from TOP500 mapped by year. Note the logarithmic scale and exponential trendline, which assumes the computational capacity doubles every 1.1 years. Kurzweil believes that mind uploading will be possible at neural simulation, while the Sandberg, Bostrom report is less certain about where consciousness arises.[1]
Advocates of mind uploading point to Moore's law to support the notion that the necessary computing power is expected to become available within a few decades. However, the actual computational requirements for running an uploaded human mind are very difficult to quantify, potentially rendering such an argument specious.
Regardless of the techniques used to capture or recreate the function of a human mind, the processing demands are likely to be immense, due to the large number of neurons in the human brain along with the considerable complexity of each neuron.
In 2004, Henry Markram, lead researcher of the "Blue Brain Project", has stated that "it is not [their] goal to build an intelligent neural network", based solely on the computational demands such a project would have.[16]
It will be very difficult because, in the brain, every molecule is a powerful computer and we would need to simulate the structure and function of trillions upon trillions of molecules as well as all the rules that govern how they interact. You would literally need computers that are trillions of times bigger and faster than anything existing today.[17]
Five years later, after successful simulation of part of a rat brain, the s

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 14:10:05
>>40276992
Киндер подарок. Я бы плакал, как сучка.

Пнд 24 Дек 2012 14:10:18
>>40283670
Prince Takanaga ( Takanaga shinnэ?) (13101337) was the second son of Emperor Go-Daigo of Japan, and fought for his father in the Nanboku-chэ Wars. Since the characters used to write "Takanaga" can also be read as "Takayoshi", the prince is sometimes known by that name as well.
Appointed Seitэ Shэgun (Commander-in-Chief of the Defense of the East) in November 1335, he was commissioned along with Nitta Yoshisada to destroy the Northern Court leaders Ashikaga Takauji and Ashikaga Tadayoshi. He fought a number of battles alongside Nitta, and led his own force in besieging Kyoto.
The following year, he was sent along with his brother Tsunenaga to be escorted by Nitta Yoshiaki to Echizen Province where, it was hoped, they could escape the attacks of the Ashikaga. Fleeing the Ashikaga, Nitta brought the Princes away from Yoshino, where the Southern Court of Go-Daigo was based, towards Tsuruga in Echizen. They faced a terrible defeat in the battle of Minatogawa, but survived and eventually made it to the castle of Kanagasaki. In January 1337 the castle came under siege, and by April those inside were reduced to eating horseflesh to survive, and almost resorted to cannibalism before surrendering. Takanaga and Yoshiaki committed suicide before the castle fell.
[edit]References

Sansom, George (1961). A History of Japan: 1334-1615, Stanford, California: Stanford University Press.
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