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Humans instinctively learn from what they see compared to the laborious process needed to teach computers how to recognize images. Computers are capable of some impressive achievements—mastering board games, reading human expressions, and learning science. On one 8th grade science test administered in Israel, a robot scored 59%, almost good enough to get a passing grade. Yet, computers overall are no match for humans. A new report explains how superior humans are to machines on an important trait—the ability to see. According to the report, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), we are still much better at learning how to recognize images, especially small and blurry ones. In the . . . Read All
The text for this lesson is Revelation 21–22 Key Point Those who believe that salvation has been accomplished by the all-availing sacrifice of Jesus on the cross will bear the sign of Christ, written on their forehead in Holy Baptism, and they will h…
A company named EnChroma has developed glasses that allow color blind people to see colors. The technology, developed by accident, is interesting in itself. (See this and this for details.) But what most struck me is the video showing people experiencing color for the first time in their lives. See it after the jump. . . . Read All
(1) Mark Bender talks about the Services of Sacred Music for the Time of Christmas, (2) Rev. Warren Woerth talks on the Creation Club, and (3) Rev. Mark Birkholz looks at Revelation 1:1-20 and gives today’s sermonette.
Posted in KFUO AM (LCMS - St. Louis), Lutheran Media | Tagged Christmas, Creation Club, His Time, john's vision of christ, Mark Bender, mark birkholz, Revelation 1, sacred music, Vision, Warren Woerth
Diviners see visions that lie; they tell dreams that are false, they give comfort in vain. (Zec 10:2 NIV) Jesus answered, “In fact, the reason I was born and came into the world is to testify to the truth. Everyone … Continue reading →. . . Read All
The Lutheran Order of Service for this year’s 17th Sunday after the high holiday of the most holy and venerated godly Trinity is available here in isiZulu and seTswana. Today it comes with a sermon based on God’s word from … Continue reading →. . . Read All