Well, at least three.
Both can identify things in photographs, but they also have similar limitations.
Stanford is also running its own Tor hidden service for the course, if you're worried about request logs.
Don't say "singularity." Just don't.
"I burned and melted more than a hundred brains."
Scienists put a tiny camera inside a mouse's hippocampus. Here's what they saw.
Put 'em wherever: glass, wood, plastic, the dog.
When you stick your hand in, the Glove gently suctions on, and the box pumps cool water through the Glove’s lining.
Franco Moretti, English professor at Stanford, has diagrammed and quantified the plot of _Hamlet_, charting the relationships among characters based solely on whether they speak to one another during the play. The "network analysis":http://litlab.sta…
_FYI: a femtosecond speed camera would shoot film at 1,000,000,000 frames per second_ h3. ONE: Capturing femtosecond speed movies of molecular processes ("Stanford":https://news.slac.stanford.edu/features/viewing-ultra-fast-ssrl-first-pump-probe-e…