Mike Anissimov threw a few rocks through the paper-thin arguments of the wasps over at Futurisms, resulting in their version of an angry swarm (comments and a blog post). The initial post itself is pretty funny, because, in short, Futurisms argued, with a picture and a headline, “We like one of the […]
Oh computer scientists, is there nothing they won’t try to quantify? Amit Kaigen of Tel Aviv University and his team have developed a computer algorithm to recognize beauty:
In the first step of the study, 30 men and women were presented with 100 different faces of Caucasian women, roughly of the same […]
I’d like to take a moment to correct the record on perfection.
The above image has been kicking around the net for the past week or so, with the allegation that by combining all the most beautiful women in the world, you get the most definitively beautiful woman in the world. Counter-intuitively, combining all […]
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