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Could we please not fork the official version but instead try to get the improvements incorporated into it from the get-go?
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As for the technology taking jobs away from humans: I doubt this will happen anytime soon: Even if the computer can write a flawless sentence with the same meaning, it still does not understand the context of the line, the personality of the speaker/writer, the emotion behind the language, or the overall story of the novel/game/etc...
And for it to understand all that: It would need to be a true A.I. with human emotions which ain't happening anytime soon...
Starting today, Google will rely more heavily on artificial intelligence when it translates language. The new method, called Google Machine Neural Translation, cuts down errors by 80% compared to its current algorithm, and is nearly indistinguishable from human translation on standardized tests, the company said.
- Heavily inspired by the works of Edgar Allan Poe and Charles Dickens.
Speaking of cars again. It really grinds my gears when a car is closing in on you at night and don't switch off the full headlight (not sure what the name for that is in english. Driving beam?) removes your vision completely!
Speaking of cars some more, it grinds my gears that some people have their headlights on when it's a bright and sunny morning...Are they Volvos, by any chance? I'm sure I'll be corrected but I heard Volvos always have their headlights in because they are from Sweden, where the sun don't shine.
It's hard to rationalise sometimes why you love a movie that you have loved since you were a kid - also whether you have read the book before or after seeing the movie makes a big difference. I've always loved Phil Harris' voicing, Louis Prima's singing, the songs in general and the personality clash of Baloo and Bagheera. Perhaps not the best if you look at it analytically, but it will always have a special place in my heart.
Nothing beats The Jungle Book for me!
Lilo and Stitch did the sister dynamic before, and Brave was also about the relation between two female family members, albeit a mother and daughter.
Even the rejection of Prince Charming and critique of Love at first sight was done before in Enchanted (Just compare this clip to Elsa/Hans meeting!).
Was "The Princess and the Frog" in 2009 the last 2D animated movie Disney did? (That one was very good, but I can't remember any others since then.)
I've read about the Hayes Code before, though I doubt that it's solely to blame since it applied to cartoons and live-action alike.
I'd say this also has a lot to do with media technology as well, since the introduction of daytime TV created a huge demand for family-friendly content, and the loosened restrictions of recent times goes hand in hand with internet becoming big and many people being able to share content without relying on studios and tv-companys.
So do you guys think this works?
The room itself looks accurate perspective-wise.
I tried to do what Snarky suggest,but I just couldn't make it work.