Some questions in life can only truly be answered with a practical test, the collection of solid real world data is the scientific way after all. Taking this scientific approach YouTuber Nothd70 sought to answer the age old question ‘Do Chickens Float?’ Of course the only way to answer this question definitively is to find a co-operative chicken and an easily accessible body of water.
Presented for your viewing pleasure is the video result of one hilarious experiment, the answer to a question that no one has thought to ask, do chickens float? Sit back relax and prepare for soggy roast chicken for dinner.
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Are you a robot or a unicorn? This question and other hilarious chit chat are the results of an experiment to see what would happen if two AI’s, in the form of Chatbots, are set loose on each other.
The experiment undertaken by Cornell’s Media Labs was more a question of curiosity than it was a test of the quality of AI generally available to the public. In this case the chatbot Cleverbot was chosen for the experiment. As with many AI chatbots Cleverbot learns from previous conversations in an effort to seem more human. A clever system that can lead to some hilarious where did that come from moments.
Presented for your viewing pleasure is the funniest intelligence test undertaken since Watson learned to swear when he was connected to the internet. An experiment that raises the question of whether a more advanced AI like Watson would find chatbot boring? Or would Cleverchat find Watson stuck up? Sit back relax and prepare to enjoy the brave new world of AI.
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The universe as a whole is made of many many layers, the physical world that we recognize is somewhere in the middle with many layers below and many layers above. Stepping down a couple of layers from our physical world is the domain of the subatomic particle, a world of highly strange particles that combine to make atoms which combine to make molecules which in turn combine to make up us.
Presented for your viewing pleasure is an incredible home experiment that will before your very eyes reveal these tiny particles in action. Sit back relax and prepare to be amazed by the incredible world of subatomic particles as viewed from a kitchen bench.
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Demonstrating the down sides of slow laggy internet connections Swedish provider ume.net has carried out an experiment most interesting. Curious about the effects of lag on living creatures une.net concocted an amazingly effective experiment using an Oculus Rift headset, camera and lag inducing computer power.
Four volunteers took turns being subjected to a life where you sensors are seconds behind the real world. The lag was so disrupting that it often made the subjects feel completely disconnected from reality, even though they were only a few seconds behind the rest of the world.
Presented for your viewing pleasure is the world put on a few second delay, living in the past has never been so hilarious. Sit back, relax and try not to compensate, it will only make the sensation worse.
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