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(Atomic Scientists Bulletin)   Counterfeit consciousness flag to clamor bosom peril   (thebulletin.org) divider line
    More: Unlikely, Peer review, Scientific method, Artificial intelligence, Academic publishing, Research, Science, tortured phrase, Paper  
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667 clicks; posted to STEM » on 15 Jan 2022 at 2:45 AM (1 day ago)   |   Favorite   |   Watch    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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‘’ 1 day ago  
Yes.
 
‘’ 1 day ago  
Wat?
 
‘’ 22 hours ago  
Yup.  i even see this sort of crap in Quora answers.
 
‘’ 22 hours ago  
That's a pretty tortured headline for a simple article on artificial intelligence signal-to-noise breast cancer. Bad subby, and shame on the mods for greening this one.
 
‘’ 18 hours ago  
Or Google translate
 
‘’ 18 hours ago  
Bosom peril?

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‘’ 18 hours ago  
Bosom peril?

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‘’ 18 hours ago  
Bosom peril
PNSFW
 
‘’ 12 hours ago  
We're eventually going to have to implement some type of web of trust system as a filter.  And then you're going to get the problem of some unknown scientist who can't publish because nobody respectable knows them and will vouch for them.

Though honestly that shouldn't be too big an issue in the scientific community as very few novel things these days come from some random unknown.
 
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