Elif Shafak: The revolutionary power of diverse thought | TED Talk


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“From populist demagogues, we will learn the indispensability of democracy,” says novelist Elif Shafak. “From isolationists, we will learn the need for global solidarity. And from tribalists, we will learn the beauty of cosmopolitanism.” A native of Turkey, Shafak has experienced firsthand the devastation that a loss of diversity can bring — and she knows the revolutionary power of plurality in response to authoritarianism. In this passionate, personal talk, she reminds us that there are no binaries, in politics, emotions and our identities. “One should never, ever remain silent for fear of complexity,” Shafak says.

This talk was presented at an official TED conference, and was featured by our editors on the home page.

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Inchoate
in-koh-ət
Part of speech: adjective
Origin: Latin, 16th century
1

Recently begun and thus not fully formed

2

Incomplete or rudimentary

3

Disorderly or incoherent

Examples of Inchoate in a sentence

“Our inchoate organization still needed to fill major positions.”

“The team was somewhat inchoate, lacking the leadership and skills to get the job done.”

Elizabeth Lesser: Take “the Other” to lunch | TED Talk


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There’s an angry divisive tension in the air that threatens to make modern politics impossible. Elizabeth Lesser explores the two sides of human nature within us (call them “the mystic” and “the warrior”) that can be harnessed to elevate the way we treat each other. She shares a simple way to begin real dialogue — by going to lunch with someone who doesn’t agree with you, and asking them three questions to find out what’s really in their hearts.

This talk was presented at an official TED conference, and was featured by our editors on the home page.

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How to Read Tea Leaves: A Basic Guide to Tasseography | Allure


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For a long time, I have been learning and practicing the Tasseography.  My own little secret – just as I am a fan of the BioRhythms.

This morning as is usual I watched my Weight which was slightly up, the BP which was in the Amber Zone, I double-checked my Green Tea ?( Mulberry Tea Cup ) of last night which I had post-dinner.

The shape shows a Multi-Horn figure from one side, that looks like a ReinDeer.

 

 

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Welcome, cosmic warriors. I’m astrologer Aliza Kelly Faragher, and this is Allure Astrology, a column dedicated to all things magick. Today, we’re exploring the mystical art of reading tea leaves.

For a seemingly innocuous beverage, tea has a dynamic history. The tea trade’s past is steeped in colonialismin violence, and even in revolution. This aromatic beverage’s checkered history aside, there’s no denying that it’s delicious; today, it’s enjoyed in nearly every culture around the world. And tea isn’t just for sipping. Tea leaves are also used as a divination tool to explore the past, present, and future.

Tasseography (also known as tasseomancy) is the art of identifying symbols and interpreting messages found in the shapes and configurations of tea leaves. Though the practice is simple, the results are often profound, and curious minds have been enchanted by tasseography for centuries. Tasseography is not nearly as popular as tarot reading or crystal magick is today, however, and so it’s also less understood.

But never fear, cosmic warrior, it’s easy to get started with tasseography, which is a powerful, creative, and accessible way of exercising your intuition. In fact, since it’s much less structured than reading tarot cards and less expensive than building a fancy crystal collection, it’s a great option for anyone who’s interested in cultivating a unique divination practice with what they already have at home. Read on for what every beginner should know about tasseography, including inspiration for spicing up your next witchy tea party.

How does tasseography work?

Like all divination practices, tea leaf reading is based on the concept of directing energy. When we focus our magickal intention on the tea, the leaves become energetic conduits that are capable of mirroring our experiences — including those which have yet to occur. When prompted with a question, the leaves reveal hidden blockages, offer advice, and even forecast the future. These mystical messages are embedded within the wet leaves’ shape, density, color, and placement. An old text on tasseography, Reading Tea Leaves — written by “A Highland Seer” in 1881 — offers a comprehensive list of standard tea leaf symbols and their meanings, along with sample configurations and interpretations. Many tea readers still consider this seminal text a fundamental resource.

Reading tea leaves in coffee cup
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So how do I set the stage for a tea reading?

It may sound obvious, but in order to read tea leaves, you must first brew a cup of tea. Assemble your teacup (preferably white or a light color to allow you to see the leaves’ configurations more clearly), hot water, and loose tea leaves. The contents of a tea bag will not work: These leaves are too finely cut to create identifiable forms. It’s recommended that beginners use simple loose black tea leaves, but enjoy the process of selecting an aromatic blend that tantalizes your senses.

Once you’ve located your favorite tea leaves, place them directly into the cup (no need for strainers or infusers) and pour the hot water. Since the leaves will remain in the cup, you don’t need to worry about steeping. While the water cools, take a few moments to reflect on your intentions and begin transferring your energy into the absorbent tea leaves.

The person seeking answers in the divination practice — whether it be you or someone else — is referred to as the querent. Specificity is very important here, so be sure to formulate a clear and concise question (or, if you’re doing the reading for someone else, that they do). Remember, a general ask will yield a general answer. When the temperature is right, the querent (that’s you if you’re answering your own question) should begin sipping the tea as they continue to contemplate their question. When there is about a tablespoon of liquid remaining in the cup, they can begin the swirling-and-turning ritual: Holding the cup in the left hand, swirl it three times from left to right.

Next, also with the left hand, slowly and carefully invert the cup over a saucer. Leave the cup upside down for approximately one minute, then rotate it three times. Turn the cup back upright, positioning the handle due south. Tea leaves should be stuck to the cup in a variety of shapes and clusters, embedded with insight and answers. Now, it’s time to tell their story.

How can I get started identifying tea leaf symbols?

At first, the interpretation process can seem a bit daunting, but don’t fret. Throughout the centuries, tasseographers have observed consistent patterns and configurations. Over 150 classic symbols are detailed in Reading Tea Leaves, so feel free to use this classic resources to help guide your interpretations. Contemporary tasseographers have helpful tutorials, as well.

Generally, you’ll encounter five types of symbols: animalsmythical beingsobjectsletters, and numbers. Sometimes, these forms will be extremely obvious. The wings of a bird, for instance, can suggest newfound freedom or a successful journey. On the other hand, a cross may signify a blockage or unforeseen trouble ahead. It’s important to remember that not every formation needs to be interpreted; only focus on the symbols that pertain to the querent’s inquiry.

What does each part of the cup signify?

The handle of the teacup serves an important function: It is the energy conduit that connects the physical and abstract realms. It also symbolizes the querent and should be positioned due south to signify the querent’s current environment. (In astrology, the fourth house, which governs the home and family, is also located in this position, at the base of the astrological chart.) Tea leaves near the handle suggest events relating to the querent’s immediate surroundings, whereas leaves directly across the handle (due north) symbolize external issues and outside influences.

how to read tea leaves
Here, tea leaves are concentrated near the handle.Hannah Choi/Allure

The cup is divided into three sections for prophesying: The rim symbolizes the present, the sides represent the near future, and the bottom of the cup signifies the far future. Depending on the question, these zones can be used to gauge timing (how soon a situation is likely to occur), connection (the physical or symbolic distance between two individuals), or intensity (leaves on the rim, for instance, could suggest a life-changing event).

Now, let’s try a few sample readings.

how to read tea leaves
Hannah Choi/Allure

Let’s say the querent is wondering when they’ll meet their next partner and the swirling and turning process yields the above tea leaf configuration. That means the reading will be focused on timing, so it will be extremely important to consider the cup’s three sections. Are most leaves on the rim? The sides? The bottom? I can identify a wavy line at the bottom left of this cup, suggesting a connection to the ocean. Although the querent may not find love in the immediate future, their next serious mate may be someone from overseas. Since water also symbolizes emotions and psychic power, perhaps encourage the querent to explore their inner world before looking outward for love; healthy personal discovery could help invite new romance.

how to read tea leaves
Hannah Choi/Allure

Next up, let’s say the querent wants to gauge whether or not she should speak to a colleague about a difficult situation: Tension has been building at work, and she wants to know whether to address it or let it fade away on its own. Looking at the above cup, we see the presence of a bold and pronounced line of dots.

First, note which zones of the chart they’re connecting. The querent’s comfort zone is linked to these external circumstances, so clearly, this concern is starting to impact all areas of the querent’s life. Also, as a symbol, this dramatic line also resembles a chain. Whether she likes it or not, the querent is bound to her colleague, and there’s no escaping that bond through avoidance. Considering these dynamics, it’s best to confront the issue directly. Discussing the issue will help the querent feel less trapped by the situation.

Remember, cosmic warriors, neither tea leaf nor teacup has any intrinsic power; the fortunes are, ultimately, a reflection of your own intuition. It takes practice to cultivate divination skills, but the more you exercise your gifts, the better you will become at formulating answers. All of the wisdom you ever need already exists within yourself, so the tea leaves simply help structure your mystical insight, giving it shape within the physical world. Give yourself permission to trust your instincts, and you’ll unlock your ability to explore the future and celebrate the magick inherent in you.

 

Benchmark Results – FaceForensics Benchmark via IFTF


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This table lists the benchmark results for the Binary Classification scenario.

Method Info Deepfakes Face2Face FaceSwap NeuralTextures Pristine Total
sort by sort by sort by sort by sort by sorted by
Xception permissive 0.964 0.869 0.903 0.807 0.524 0.710
Andreas Rössler, Davide Cozzolino, Luisa Verdoliva, Christian Riess, Justus Thies, Matthias Nießner: FaceForensics++: Learning to Detect Manipulated Facial Images. ICCV 2019
MesoNet 0.873 0.562 0.612 0.407 0.726 0.660
Darius Afchar, Vincent Nozick, Junichi Yamagishi, and Isao Echizen: Mesonet: a compact facial video forgery detection network. arXiv
XceptionNet Full Image permissive 0.745 0.759 0.709 0.733 0.510 0.624
Andreas Rössler, Davide Cozzolino, Luisa Verdoliva, Christian Riess, Justus Thies, Matthias Nießner: FaceForensics++: Learning to Detect Manipulated Facial Images. ICCV 2019
Bayar and Stamm 0.845 0.737 0.825 0.707 0.462 0.616
Belhassen Bayar and Matthew C. Stamm: A deep learning approach to universal image manipulation detection using a new convolutional layer. ACM Workshop on Information Hiding and Multimedia Security
Rahmouni 0.855 0.642 0.563 0.607 0.500 0.581
Nicolas Rahmouni, Vincent Nozick, Junichi Yamagishi, and Isao Echizen: Distinguishing computer graphics from natural images using convolution neural networks. IEEE Workshop on Information Forensics and Security,
Recasting 0.855 0.679 0.738 0.780 0.344 0.552
Davide Cozzolino, Giovanni Poggi, and Luisa Verdoliva: Recasting residual-based local descriptors as convolutional neural networks: an application to image forgery detection. ACM Workshop on Information Hiding and Multimedia Security
Steganalysis Features 0.736 0.737 0.689 0.633 0.340 0.518
Jessica Fridrich and Jan Kodovsky: Rich Models for Steganalysis of Digital Images. IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security

 

Google AI Blog: Contributing Data to Deepfake Detection Research


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Contributing Data to Deepfake Detection Research

Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Deep learning has given rise to technologies that would have been thought impossible only a handful of years ago. Modern generative models are one example of these, capable of synthesizing hyperrealistic images, speech, music, and even video. These models have found use in a wide variety of applications, including making the world more accessible through text-to-speech, and helping generate training data for medical imaging.

Like any transformative technology, this has created new challenges. So-called “deepfakes“—produced by deep generative models that can manipulate video and audio clips—are one of these. Since their first appearance in late 2017, many open-source deepfake generation methods have emerged, leading to a growing number of synthesized media clips. While many are likely intended to be humorous, others could be harmful to individuals and society.

Google considers these issues seriously. As we published in our AI Principles last year, we are committed to developing AI best practices to mitigate the potential for harm and abuse. Last January, we announced our release of a dataset of synthetic speech in support of an international challenge to develop high-performance fake audio detectors. The dataset was downloaded by more than 150 research and industry organizations as part of the challenge, and is now freely available to the public.

Today, in collaboration with Jigsaw, we’re announcing the release of a large dataset of visual deepfakes we’ve produced that has been incorporated into the Technical University of Munich and the University Federico II of Naples’ new FaceForensics benchmark, an effort that Google co-sponsors. The incorporation of these data into the FaceForensics video benchmark is in partnership with leading researchers, including Prof. Matthias NiessnerProf. Luisa Verdoliva and the FaceForensics teamYou can download the data on the FaceForensics github page.

A sample of videos from Google’s contribution to the FaceForensics benchmark. To generate these, pairs of actors were selected randomly and deep neural networks swapped the face of one actor onto the head of another.

To make this dataset, over the past year we worked with paid and consenting actors to record hundreds of videos. Using publicly available deepfake generation methods, we then created thousands of deepfakes from these videos. The resulting videos, real and fake, comprise our contribution, which we created to directly support deepfake detection efforts. As part of the FaceForensics benchmark, this dataset is now available, free to the research community, for use in developing synthetic video detection methods.

Actors were filmed in a variety of scenes. Some of these actors are pictured here (top) with an example deepfake (bottom), which can be a subtle or drastic change, depending on the other actor used to create them.

Since the field is moving quickly, we’ll add to this dataset as deepfake technology evolves over time, and we’ll continue to work with partners in this space. We firmly believe in supporting a thriving research community around mitigating potential harms from misuses of synthetic media, and today’s release of our deepfake dataset in the FaceForensics benchmark is an important step in that direction.

Acknowledgements
Special thanks to all our team members and collaborators who work on this project with us: Daisy Stanton, Per Karlsson, Alexey Victor Vorobyov, Thomas Leung, Jeremiah “Spudde” Childs, Christoph Bregler, Andreas Roessler, Davide Cozzolino, Justus Thies, Luisa Verdoliva, Matthias Niessner, and the hard-working actors and film crew who helped make this dataset possible.

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One-Minute Power Mentoring2 – Jay Parkhe : My Speeches


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Hello.

If you have a VC Pitch presentation and you are struggling,

If you are a C-Suite aspirant and have a gut-feel that you will be ‘Off-listed’

if you do not improve your speaking and presentation skills – I shall help you both.

I am Jay Parkhe.

I am a Startup and C-Suite Mentor, An Author, Global Speaker, Toastmaster, and Global Goodwill Ambassador.

I am starting a New YouTube Channel.

It will be a video for about a Minute per day.
There will be one Theme Word or a combination of two words like I chose “Wishful Thinking” day before yesterday.

Today let us go a bit philosophical and discuss the word DEATH

Here, today, it just means TRANSFORMATION!

MEANING:
The word Death does not literally mean death.

It means the death of situations,
relationships, friendships, businesses and so on.

But more importantly,

it means new beginnings.

This is a time of transformation.

Embrace it and move forward

to new and better things.

Your guides and angels want to help you bring this into your experience!

Do what you need to do to help you feel that it is already done! It is already done. Believe it and you will manifest it!

If you would like to interact with me about Mentoring

you can write to me at parkhe@gmail.com

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WORD OF THE DAY
Erudite
er-ə-dīt
Part of speech: adjective
Origin: Middle English, 14th century
1

Possessing knowledge as a result of study

2

Learned

Examples of Erudite in a sentence

“You can go a long way in life if you can study hard and become an erudite student.”

“She developed a reputation as an erudite scholar who was passionate about her field of study.”

Random Phrases of the day


  1. Lickety SplitMeaning: To go at a quick pace; no delaying!
  2. Hard Pill to SwallowMeaning: Something that’s difficult to accept.
  3. Jaws of LifeMeaning: Usually this references a tool used by rescuers when they pry or cut open a car to save the occupant.
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