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Researchers claim GPT-4 passed the Turing test
  • Easy, just ask it something a human wouldn’t be able to do, like “Write an essay on The Cultural Significance of Ogham Stones in Early Medieval Ireland“ and watch it spit out an essay faster than any human reasonably could.

  • Israel says Hamas weaponised rape. Does the evidence add up?
  • A leaked draft of the UNRWA report detailed an interview that gave a similar account. It cited a 41-year-old detainee who said that interrogators “made me sit on something like a hot metal stick and it felt like fire,” and also said that another detainee “died after they put the electric stick up” his anus.

    https://archive.is/pY54n

    I hope you ban the people reporting misinformation for false reports.

  • Who killed Danny Casolaro?

    Anyone recently watch the docuseries American Conspiracy about The Octopus Murders on Netflix? Any theories on who killed Danny Casolaro or any interesting information on some of his connections? I had never heard of the case before but, my god it’s like a rabbit hole that pulls you in.

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    What makes the average Lemmy user smarter than the rest of the population?

    I’m always surprised by the quality of comments on Lemmy and the analysis provided, often by experts in their field. It gives a sense that the average Lemmy user is a lot smarter than the average member of the public.

    Also, when it comes to politics, I think the average Lemmy user is pretty perceptive of what real power dynamics are at play and what interests society should be looking to promote.

    It's been a pleasure to be on this platform with you all. Where do you all come from? And why is it so hard to find people like you in the real world?

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    Anyone shop on Temu? What are your best finds?

    There can be a lot of junk on Temu admittedly, but it’s kind of fun to find a few deals.

    Found a pair of Leatherman Raptor shears ($99 USD) for $12

    Also found a Benchmade Follow Up Fixed Blade ($120 USD) for $16

    Bought a drone for $15. It’s not high quality, but it’s a drone, for $15. Fun to mess around and learn with.

    Anyone else find some deals? Or, got another suggestion besides Temu?

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    www.bbc.co.uk Trump blocked from Maine presidential ballot in 2024

    Maine's top election official has ruled Trump cannot run for president next year in the state.

    Trump blocked from Maine presidential ballot in 2024
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    All the essentials

    • Otis Club 100
    • Titanium Tweezer
    • Air Island Metal Comb
    • Mr. Green Ultra Thin Nail Clipper
    • Elephant Wallet P Wallet
    • Fisher Space Pen
    • Leatherman Wave
    • Keysmart Vegan Leather AirTag Compact Keyholder
    • Olight I1R 2 Pro Eos
    • Stainless steel rattlesnake clip
    • iPhone 14 Pro
    • Apple Watch
    • AirPods Pro

    My favorite part is the way my grooming kit and pen fit into my minimalist wallet. Always handy to have a nail clipper, comb, and pen in your back pocket taking up as little space as few credit cards.

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    Prius @lemmy.world phoneymouse @lemmy.world

    Anyone bought a 2023 prime? curious what OTD prices people are seeing.

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    Santa Cruz @lemmy.world phoneymouse @lemmy.world
    santacruzlocal.org Downtown Watsonville plan adopted to add housing, shops, walkability

    Opportunity Sites on Main Street and other areas in Watsonville’s Downtown Specific Plan aim to invite new housing and shops. (Kara Meyberg Guzman — Santa Cruz Local file) WATSONVILLE >> The Watsonville City Council on Tuesday adopted a plan to add housing, improve walkability and attract new shops ...

    Downtown Watsonville plan adopted to add housing, shops, walkability
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    Santa Cruz @lemmy.world phoneymouse @lemmy.world

    Santa Cruz County lacking funds to repair roads

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    Cannot scroll past videos

    Other kinds of posts in the feed are sensitive to actions to scroll, but videos are not scroll sensitive, so you can end up having difficulty getting past them.

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    Santa Cruz @lemmy.world phoneymouse @lemmy.world
    santacruzlocal.org Thousands of homes planned for Aptos, Live Oak, Soquel in county’s Housing Element

    Santa Cruz County’s draft Housing Element would allow for 158 homes for “low-income” households on the site of the Santa Cruz Flea Market at 2260 Soquel Ave. in Live Oak. Income limits are set by the state. (Jesse Kathan — Santa Cruz Local) SANTA CRUZ >>

    Thousands of homes planned for Aptos, Live Oak, Soquel in county’s Housing Element
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    Santa Cruz County hosting gun buyback event

    kion546.com Santa Cruz County hosting gun buyback event – KION546

    SANTA CRUZ, Calif. (KION-TV)- The Santa Cruz County Chief's Association will be hosting a gun buyback event on Saturday, Sept. 16. The event will be held at the Sheriff's Office Headquarters located at 5200 Soquel Avenue from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. The Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Office said the eve...

    Santa Cruz County hosting gun buyback event – KION546
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    lookout.co Urban density is coming to downtown Santa Cruz. This group wants to stop the city from getting taller.

    Santa Cruz's downtown expansion plan is aimed for the lots that currently host Kaiser Permanente Arena, Ace Hardware and Firefly Coffee House. The city has capped building heights in the area at 12 stories. That is still too tall for some. A group called Housing for People is circulating a petition…

    Urban density is coming to downtown Santa Cruz. This group wants to stop the city from getting taller.
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    lookout.co ‘An incredibly important site’: UCSC closes access to biodiversity-rich Empire Cave

    Empire Cave, the popular caving attraction between Empire Grade and the west side of UC Santa Cruz's campus, has been closed to the general public in an effort to conserve the rare species residing in its depths. Students might still be able to access the cave through school programs.

    ‘An incredibly important site’: UCSC closes access to biodiversity-rich Empire Cave
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    santacruzlocal.org Seniors pay largest rent hike in 20 years at Santa Cruz mobile home park

    The De Anza Santa Cruz mobile home park at 2395 Delaware Ave. in Santa Cruz includes views of the ocean and Natural Bridges State Beach. Tenants must be 55 or older, with some exceptions. (Michael Mott — Santa Cruz Local) SANTA CRUZ >> Some seniors at the De Anza Santa

    Seniors pay largest rent hike in 20 years at Santa Cruz mobile home park
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