Machine learning methods and neural networks should be applied to 4chan moderation. Recent advances in deep learning would help a lot I think.
What about a system that learns from every mod/janitor deleted post?
You can't just train on deleted posts, you need to give it both deleted and non-deleted posts so it can learn to distinguish the two. If there's any inconsistency (e.g. a mod/janitor deleted something they shouldn't, or missed deleting something they should have) then you'll get inconsistent behavior from the trained machine too.
I suspect that most deleted posts are for NSFW images in SFW boards. Unless the machine has been trained to identify these too, it won't be helping much.
>You can't just train on deleted posts, you need to give it both deleted and non-deleted posts so it can learn to distinguish the two.
Well every non deleted post is a good post, so what's your point?
>If there's any inconsistency (e.g. a mod/janitor deleted something they shouldn't, or missed deleting something they should have) then you'll get inconsistent behavior from the trained machine too
That will matter less and...
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What do you mean "learn from a post"?
How will you feed text to a neural network?
With images its easy, since you have actual pixels with brightness and color and stuff.
You haven't been working much with neural networks have you OP?
Why aren't you using this yet? It's way faster for me than vanilla FF, and it supports all my addons.
Not really. It is slower for browsing because of the additional web development tools enabled in that build.
Nightly is the fastest if you can live with instability and breaking addons.
Tower coolers in general have been quietly keeping my computers at 40c since I first installed them. Clearly you weren't around before their widespread adoption, when your options were a high RPM orb cooler or a finicky water cooled setup.
The coolermaster hyper 212 evo is just a reliable mid-cost example of tower coolers. You can go cheaper and get lower results, or go more expensive and get better results. I like the Scythe ninja but it costs almost twice as much.
>No confirmation alert before closing multiple tabs
>every extension for that got killed
why is chrome such a fucking trash?
The phone i use has a lower/quiter max volume on my headphones than my PC and it kinda bothers me. How do i fix that /g/ ? The Player i use (BlackPlayer EX) has a volume boost option but it says its unsafe for the device and it can cause some damage.
Phone is pic related, a Galaxy S6
your headphones are 64ohms or higher in resistance, your phone's micro amp has trouble driving them. your pc doesn't, in theory you will experience lesser audio quality on your phone too
sage Google your shit next time faggot. you're also retarded for buying samshit
>finally get a smartphone
>try to install free apps
>redirects me to google play where i have to sign in with an account
>From your smartphone or tablet running Android 4.0 or higher, go to Settings, scroll down to Security, and select Unknown sources. Selecting this option will allow you to install apps outside of the Google Play store. Depending on your device, you can also choose to be warned before installing harmful apps.
Did you even try OP?
I've been using KMPlayer for the last eternity or two. I use an older version from the latest, less bloatware and weird BS, and it's been amazing so far.
Till the last few days where it crashes every single time I'm watching something within 5-10 mins.
So I'm having to use VLC for now. And I am not a huge fan.
Any better suggestions/alternatives for KMPlayer?!
Does anyone here use Google Cardboard to watch movies on those VR theatres? It's literally the #1 thing I want VR for, and as a Nexus 5 user getting Gear VR would be a bit of a leap.
Has anyone here used a Nexus 5 (or any 5" 1080p phone) + Google Cardboard to watch movies? Is it comfortable at all?
I want to try something cheaper to see if VR movie theatres are even cool, before I sign a 24 month contract for an S6 Edge and buy a Gear VR.
Google cardboard is pretty bad for watching movies.
It is uncomfortable as fuck and can't be adjusted if ur eyesight is shit. Plus the 1080p resolution of the nexus 5 is a bit too low and the screen door effect is much more noticeable and distracting when watching movies.
Even with the GearVR with s7e it's noticeable, but not that bad.
Maybe with a custom cardboard enclosure with nice padding n straps it would be useable, but definitely not with the basic diy kit.
t. Have cardboard with N5 and GearVR with S7e
Would you say GearVR was worth it? Would just watching movies on it alone make it worth the +$100?
I really want to just lay back in my bed and watch stuff on a theatre sized screen.
Lets say you have an Ethernet cable, could you buy an accessory or do something to it to make it give internet to two devices instead of just one?
Hey, I've never used this board before but I believe you guys are my only hope with solving an issue I have, so let me tell you my problem.
I need help finding a device or fabricating one that has a millisecond accurate mechanical trigger release.
I'm horrible with my reaction times and I spent hundreds of dollars on this one particular arcade game but I can't continue to play it the way I have been any more.
You guys may be familiar with the game I am talking about but let me explain it for the people who haven't.
This game has prizes that are hidden behind a "key hole" and the goal of the game is to align the key with the key hole by holding down a button for a certain amount of time.
I am aware these games are rigged but I still have plenty of hope, patience and money
If anyone could help I would be forever grateful
I'm a Gentoofag who just slapped Mac OS X 10.11 on vmware what should I put on here next beside Homebrew?
Why is Java such a fucking clusterfuck? Do I really need to use Threads to get a working movement system?
Currently when I press the arrow keys the sprite moves and then stops for half a second before continuing to move
Meanwhile in Haskell-- Handle input by simply updating the keys set
handle :: Event -> Pong -> Pong
handle (EventKey k s _ _) = keys.contains k .~ (s == Down)
handle _ = id
-- Update the paddles
updatePaddles :: Float -> State Pong ()
updatePaddles time = do
p <- get
let paddleMovement = time * paddleSpeed
keyPressed key = p^.keys.contains (SpecialKey key)
-- Update the player's paddle based on keys
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>>Currently when I press the arrow keys the sprite moves and then stops for half a second before continuing to move
That sounds awfully like a repetition delay. Like how when you press a letter it types the first letter and then pauses for half a second and then repeats.
Why is Arch so terrible?
>having scheduled meetings or any sort of social responsibilities in general
If money wasn't a problem and botnetness wasn't a problem would you use OS X? It's so much prettier than any DE Linux has and it just works... If there was a DE that was exactly like OS X (whatever quartz I guess) would you use that? Why do you guys think OS X is worse than Linux?
I need a private/disposable phone number, does anybody have any tips on what service is the best? I mean a phone app. Like Hide My Phone? Or Burner? Or anything else? Thanks.