Released in 1966. Written and produced by Motown's finest, Holland-Dozier-Holland, and backed by the renowned Funk Brothers, it's the Supremes.
"Listen in as Anthony Vincent covered Metallica’s classic Enter Sandman in 20 different musical styles, ranging from yodeling to The Eurythmics to Hans Zimmer to Lil Uzi Vert to John Denver."
Metallica in the style of John Denver! Will wonders never cease?
"Machine Learning," "Learning How to Learn," and 11 others.
Funny satire, and at the current rate, not that far from the truth.
Sports fans outside of the Big Apple should take some comfort that their situation, however bad, probably isn't the worst:
Our basketball teams always run the wrong plays. Our hockey teams constantly play the wrong goalie. Our owners always hire the wrong GMs, and our GMs always acquire the wrong players, and our players always make the wrong decisions.
Or so it seems, anyway, in the throes of intense, passionate, but ultimately helpless fandom.
"Swamp rodents"?? Dang.
I imagine auto production at virtually all modern manfacturers looks similar, but especially if you haven't seen such production, you may want to look at a few minutes of this. It's about 5 minutes until the first human appears. There's a strange beauty in such a high level of sophisticated automation.
Say it with me, class: correlation is not causality.
This is one modern trend I really like.
Personalized medicine is another new wave sweeping health care with the dual objectives of achieving more meaningful patient-to-doctor relations and lowering costs. The lynchpin of this concept is leveraging all clinical, genetic and environmental information of the patient to understand and treat diseases in a more holistic manner.
Once again, yet, still: modern physics is weird.
Related: "Where Quantum Probability Comes From".
Ethan Siegel presents an opposing view: "Quantum Physics Is Fine, Human Bias About Reality Is The Real Problem".