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Mind-blowing, absurd, ridiculous, and silly ideas and deeds can all be found here! Whose crazy imagination could generate that? We don’t know. Don’t ever limit your mind, let it have fun, even if sometimes it’s beyond sanity. The Internet Protocol creative team gathers the things that go beyond normality in WTF category while thinking, “What the F*ck?” We are proud of our collection of oddities and hilarious news. Pop in!
To recognize text input, Imagen uses large language models on which natural speech processing algorithms are based. The tech giant claims that its new text-to-image generator has an "unprecedented degree of photorealism."
The video's author demonstrated the process of playing Doom using a rotary phone as a gamepad but noted that remapping the rotary phone keys for Doom was an "awful experience."
Scientists at the University of Massachusetts decided to keep up with the times and conducted a study, the results of which will be of interest to everyone who has a social media account. They found out that the posts on social media speak of users' sex life.
This week’s stories feature Ross Hall from Auckland, who designs custom-made colorful coffins in the form of Lego or chocolate, and a new feature of Google Earth that shows how the world has changed from 1984 to 2020.
This week’s stories feature an explanation of why people confuse sea monsters with erect penises of whales, and Japanese officials who wore fake baby bumps for several days to understand how pregnant women feel.
This week’s stories feature neural networks that humanized all popular emojis and an amusing Easter egg found in Windows 95.
This week’s stories feature the Ever Given container ship that got stuck in the Suez Canal and a cryptic tweet from the US Strategic Command.