More Than 1.1 Million Fewer Americans on Food Stamps Under Trump https://t.co/EU6WSKo3eq— Bill Mitchell (@mitchellvii) August 7, 2017
Wednesday, August 9, 2017
Fake News: NYT’s ‘Leaked’ Climate Report Was Online for Months https://t.co/yoR2puYIkV— NewsBusters (@newsbusters) August 9, 2017
California's Pension Fund will miss out on surge in coal stocks because they base their investments on their far left politics and not logic.
Tuesday, August 8, 2017
Feds give California $3.9 million to encourage low-income people to shop at local farmers markets.https://t.co/QYlXQU5r7q— Jim Boren (@jboren4507) August 9, 2017
Where will you go if the worst comes?https://t.co/JNM05PWvmC— Ed Fletcher (@NewsFletch) August 8, 2017
Report: North Korea now has nuclear warheads small enough to attach to missiles https://t.co/uLLd4TrxXL— TheBlaze (@theblaze) August 8, 2017
President Trump: North Korea’s threats ‘will be met with fire and fury’ https://t.co/qYyb1umc4y— TheBlaze (@theblaze) August 8, 2017
RUSSIA: EVERYONE CHILL... https://t.co/TfbFuEB3Fo— DRUDGE REPORT (@DRUDGE_REPORT) August 8, 2017
NY Times, WA Post, MSNBC so busy trashing Trump over North Korea, they completely forgot to criticize Kim Jung Un.— MARK SIMONE (@MarkSimoneNY) August 8, 2017
NKorea Flashback: Bill Clinton on his deal with North Korea "The world will be safer." Whoops. pic.twitter.com/HDf86yqbEq— Mark Dice (@MarkDice) August 8, 2017
The Google Memo: Four Scientists Respond (new link) https://t.co/LR3vQHuh0M— Quillette Magazine (@QuilletteM) August 8, 2017
Regulators have approved a request by legislative Democrats to eliminate limits on the amount of campaign money they can transfer to Senator Josh Newman, who faces a recall for his deciding vote for the gas tax.
Monday, August 7, 2017
If you haven't read the memo about Orwellian diversity at Google - clearly few journalists have - you can see it at https://t.co/efo8iIbLWW— Ezra Levant 🇨🇦 (@ezralevant) August 8, 2017
On August 7, 2017, a Google employee wrote an internal memo titled Google’s Ideological Echo Chamber that quickly circulated throughout the company. Soon after, journalists got ahold of the contents of the document, and controversy broke out. (In the link above) is the original memo reproduced as verbatim as possible.
There's no room for free speech at Google. pic.twitter.com/ERP60zPwe5— Mike Cernovich 🇺🇸 (@Cernovich) August 8, 2017
Employee whose memo criticized Google as an ‘ideological echo chamber’ reportedly fired https://t.co/fDhS8a5K9J— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) August 8, 2017
Google fires employee behind controversial memo on diversity, reports say https://t.co/PiURXTOCa6— Fox News (@FoxNews) August 8, 2017
- Google employee called for intellectual diversity— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) August 8, 2017
- Within 24 hrs he was doxxed, fired, and, blacklisted
- Welcome to the future
This is the conclusion of the so-called "anti-diversity" memo that got James Damore fired from Google. pic.twitter.com/AWUIneJCYX— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) August 8, 2017
Oh my gosh, he's actually been fired! Google Fires Viewpoint Diversity Manifesto Author James Damore https://t.co/Ptmpkuj6X9— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) August 8, 2017
Google Memo guy's life in civilized society is over. One memo and that's it. This is who we are as a society. Appalling.— Mike Cernovich 🇺🇸 (@Cernovich) August 8, 2017
Google Values Diversity (Just Not of Thought) https://t.co/eTZc3rXsAU— RedState (@RedState) August 8, 2017
Rebels of Google: ‘Senior Leaders Focus on Diversity First and Technology Second’ https://t.co/oCwLrtNzgq— Stefan Molyneux (@StefanMolyneux) August 8, 2017
He was commiting violence. People felt afraid. People had to take days off. People feared for their safety.— Alex Hidalgo (@SometimesAlex) August 8, 2017
Now this is as frightening as it is ridiculous. It's also the seed stuff of totalitarianism https://t.co/17QQMwjcMD— DanRiehl (@DanRiehl) August 8, 2017
The Google firing is a stark reminder: Silicon Valley doesn't breed tolerance & inclusivity, but division & anger. https://t.co/p50POXpFWN— John D Davidson (@johnddavidson) August 8, 2017
The same ppl arguing that Kaepernick should have a job because of his beliefs are arguing a Google employee shouldn't because of his.— Sean Ramirez (@seanywap) August 8, 2017
"Not OK!", the corporate behemoth shrieks into the maw, while cutting deals with countries where human rights do not exist. https://t.co/D2s5pFGKeA— Ben Domenech (@bdomenech) August 8, 2017
War Is Peace— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) August 8, 2017
Freedom Is Slavery
Groupthink Is Diversity
War on Comments: Google Built an A.I. to Censor the Web, And the Media Is Celebrating - Breitbart https://t.co/qEuVbevlNj— DanRiehl (@DanRiehl) August 8, 2017
“What if technology could help improve conversations online?”
That’s the lowkey Orwellian message that greets visitors to the website of Perspective, Google’s new AI system for detecting (and potentially deleting, hiding, or burying) “toxic” comments on the web.
Perspective is still in early days of development, but in the future, you may have to adjust your speech in order to satisfy the lofty standards of Google. Otherwise, the company’s faceless AI might just have to “improve” you. Where’s Sarah Connor when you need her?
The good news is that, for now at least, Perspective is about as effective as C-3PO with a lisp. Software engineer and columnist David Auerbach has found the program woefully inept at sorting “toxic” comments from ordinary ones. Because the AI currently focuses on words rather than meanings, inoffensive comments like, “Rape is a horrible crime,” or, “few Muslims are a terrorist threat,” were assigned “toxicity” ratings of over 75 percent....
And they say that one of the company's founding values is "freedom of expression." What a joke. https://t.co/2UWUdQk4zl— David French (@DavidAFrench) August 8, 2017