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Man versus you really think machines will ever outsmart us?

I chose Tandy Lau's pin to represent the Convergence Media chapter. This picture shows the singularity theory. In this theory it is believed that as technology progresses robots will become as strong and intelligent as humans.


If skies and waves created paradise. by mikaelaldo It has been a year, I think, since the last time I went to a beach. It was nice to feel the waves on my feet again. I took some beautiful sceneries.


nandacorrea: “ Am I Free Or Tied Up “I change shapes just to hide in this place but I’m still, I’m still an animal.

Boudicca - British Celtic warrior queen who led a revolt against Roman occupation {? - 61 CE} We know the history of Boudicca through two writers: Tacitus, in "Agricola" (98 CE) and "The Annals" (109 CE), and Dio, in "The Rebellion of Boudicca" (about 163 CE). Boudicca was the wife of Prasutagus, who was head of the Iceni tribe in East England, in what is now Norfolk and Suffolk. [How Boudicca Led a Celtic Revolt Against Roman Occupation...]

How Boudicca Led a Celtic Revolt Against Roman Occupation: Boudicca - also written as Boadicea, Boadaceia or Boudica - was a British Celtic warrior queen

Photographers Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher spent over 30 years taking photos of ceremonies, rituals and the daily life of African tribal peoples. These extraordinary images tell the story of the Dinka tribe in Sudan.

Dinka tribe by Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher Dinka Boy with Long Horned Bull, South Sudan Dinka Man Imitating Horns, South Sudan Dinka Boy with Namesake Ox, South Sudan Dinka Child Climbing Among.

Manus Island detention centre to close, Papua New Guinea prime minister says #inewsphoto

UN countries line up to criticise Australia's human rights record Three hundred recommendations put forward by 110 nations, with treatment of asylum seekers and Indigenous Australians dominating concerns

Refugee activists outside the Villawood detention centre Asylum seeker children still in detention despite claims all have been released | Australia news | The Guardian

Asylum seeker children still in detention despite claims all have been released Exclusive: Peter Dutton tells News Corp all children released after immigration department reclassifies sections of centres as ‘community detention’

The Federal Government announces the new head of the the Northern Territory's youth detention centres royal commission.

Disturbing footage has emerged of a boy, one of six boys tear-gassed at a juvenile detention centre near Darwin, being strapped to a mechanical restraint chair.