Nice cheat sheet on simple quantification, conjunctive combinations and some other cute things that make logic so beloved among philosophy students. To download it, just click on the link below…
Uma das coisas mais irrintantes que podem acontecer quando você está montando um projeto com ruby on rails no heroku é ao tentar usar o
git push heroku master
aparece a desgramada mensagem de erro:
Permission denied (publickey).
fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly
Mas não se apoquente meu caro, a solução é simples ~
Através do terminal vá até à pasta do seu projeto:
E em seguinda insira o seguinte código:
heroku keys:add ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub
Agora a sua key será autenticada normalmente, pode mandar ver:
git push heroku master
Great talk from professor Luciano Floridi, director of the Internet Studies Institute at Oxford University, about how reality is becoming AI friendly. The video was recorded during the Philosophy & Theory of Artificial Inteligence conference.
Nanotechnology, the Internet of Things, Web 2.0, Semantic Web, Cloud computing, motion-capturing games, smart phones apps, GPS, Augmented Reality, Artificial Companions, drones… is there a unifying perspective from which all these ICT phenomena might be interpreted as aspects of a single, macroscopic trend? Part of the difficulty, in answering this question, is that we are still used to looking at ICTs as tools to interact with the world, when in fact they have become environmental forces, which are creating and shaping (that is, re-ontologising) our reality, more and more pervasively. To put it briefly, the answer may lie in realising that ICTs are enveloping the world – In robotics, an envelope (also known as reach envelope) is the three-dimensional space that defines the boundaries that the robot can reach.
UPDATE: Unfortunately the academics who made the video – and supposedly university staff should fight for information freedom and knowledge dissemination – recently set the video as ‘private’ on youtube. Oh boy, philosophers and academics in general are the kings of Performative Contradiction.
A link to some of Floridi’s works.
Via phd comics
Missing your old Nintendo 64 games like Diddy Kong Racing, Super Mario 64, Mortal Kombat Trilogy or Donkey Kong? Maybe you should give OpenEmu a try. To compile the emulator on OSX you’ll need to do the following:
First of all you’ll need the latest copy of Xcode. Download and install it.
Second, download the OpenEmu source code from github. You can easily do it by cloning their repository with Github for Mac. Create an account, navigate to
https://github.com/OpenEmu/OpenEmu and click the ‘Clone in Desktop’ button.
Once Git has finished cloning, browse to the ‘OpenEmu’ folder it cloned to (chose the folder before cloning).
Open the ‘OpenEmu’ folder and find the XCode project file called
OpenEmu.xcworkspace. Double click this file and it should open in XCode.
With XCode opened, click on the long bar to the right of the ‘Stop’ button and select the correct ‘Scheme’. Then select
'Build All' > 'My Mac 64 Bit'...
Finally click on
'Product' > 'Build For' > 'Profiling' in the menu bar and OpenEmu will now begin compiling.
Once XCode has compiled OpenEmu, simply search for OpenEmu.app in Finder, right-click on it and select
Open Enclosing Folder'.
And now you can launch OpenEmu directly from this folder.
To add games you can try this amazing torrent