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    Garry Winogrand

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    Garry Winogrand Gary Winogrand’s photography career began when a friend introduced him to it in 1948 while taking painting classes at Columbia University. After Winogrand’s first exposure to the darkroom, he abandoned painting and “never looked back.” Winogrand became extremely emerged in photography and felt that nothing else in life mattered. He dropped out of college to pursue his passion. Earning an average of ninety cents per week, he had a difficult yet determined beginning. Winogrand

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    Two Pieces showing Photography as Art

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    Analysis of: American Legion Convention-Dallas: Street photography by Garry Winogrand Skip, Philadelphia: A photograph by George Krause Art is such an eternal concept and part of our lives. It lives on through generations, transcending many periods, and can speak through many mediums. Art is a way of expression, when nothing else can capture, but is something that can be interpreted in many ways. I chose photography—that which best portrays mankind, in that it hides nothing and only shows

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    photographers such as Garry Winogrand, who turned photography into an art. Winogrand symbolized a new generation of photographers on the rise in the mid-1960s known as “street photographers.” While each photo is of simple, everyday life, they each contain an individual message and meaning much deeper than what was seen through the lens. His impact is still being felt in photography today and has been identified as a turning point in American photographic history. Garry Winogrand was born on January

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    essentially leading to less jobs for humans to do. Three editorials in the New York Times have helped me come to a conclusion on whether it is beneficial or detrimental. In his opinionated article "As Robots Replace Old Jobs, New Jobs Should Be Invented," Garry Kasparov suggests that new jobs are needed to replace the old jobs that are left to machinery. Kasparov uses anecdotes to support his article. He develops his argument through the storytelling of his experience competing against a robot, Deep Blue

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    matches. This book, a technological milestone, is not just a triumph, but a rare, pivotal watershed. The book offers a detailed account of IBM's Deep Blue chess program, the people who created it, and its historic battles with World Chess Champion Garry Kasparov. It establishes the point in history when mankind's exciting new tool, the computer, came of age and competed with its human creators in the ultimate intellectua... ... middle of paper ... ...moves. That a computer which relies largely

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    Master

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    "Such a pity," Master said to himself, as he lay still, deeply embedded into the earth, his movement was limited but he move with what little power he had, his strength was continuously being drain away to survive, he replay the scene where Anthony and Tommy had fought the robbers and watch it til the very end where Anthony had thrown his vortex of fire. At that moment he smiled, but the smile disappear as he saw that the robber that had die had not shown any emotion beside satisfaction. "Shame

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    IGN (In Game Name): OBS Age: 15 Timezone: GMT (UK Time) Country: United Kingdom (England) Do you have a good quality mic?: Yes, I have a blue snowball. Do you have Telegram & Teamspeak?: Yep, both of them. How many hours can you put in the server per week: 14-20 Quite easily. Any previous punishments on Faithful?: None at all. Any past experiences in being a staff member: I am currently a senior moderator on the Valux network, and I know how I cannot be staff on two server so fairly obviously

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    flew past me. The book is a whirlwind of interesting ideas, captivating people, and fascinating thoughts on how technology is changing how we work and think. Smarter than You Think starts out with a cautionary tale of how in 1997 world chess champion Garry Kasparov was beaten by Deep Blue, an I.B.M. supercomputer. This was a considered a milestone in artificial intelligence. If a computer could easily defeat a chess champion, what would happen to the game and its players? A year after Kasparov was defeated

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    Although my desire to become a grandmaster has not waned, I still believe my goal is attainable despite some changes in my time table. My goal was to achieve a national title by the time I turned 16 and grandmaster by 20, all without compromising my studies or failing to maintain a somewhat normal social life. My primary aim has not yet been accomplished, but my chess understanding has improved significantly. I have progressed from a“Class E”to an“Expert”level player, but not without a few lessons

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    mind vs machine

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    In 1792 Mary Wollstonecraft in her work A Vindication of the Rights of Woman posed the question, "In what does man's pre-eminence over the brute creation consist?" She answers, "In reason and virtue by which mankind can attain a degree of knowledge." Today, no one would argue that man and woman are not intellectually equal, or that humans have a superior intellectual capacity over the brute creation, but what would they say about humankind versus the machine? We have always felt ourselves superior

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