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Flowers Flower Delivery Fresh Flowers Online

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There's no better place to order flowers online than 1-800-Flowers.com. Whether you're looking for roses, orchids, gift baskets, bonsai trees, flowering plants or wedding bouquets, we have the highest quality blooms and the most talented florists who can create exactly what you order. Dazzle and delight your loved ones wherever they may be with truly original flowers and gifts from 1-800-Flowers.com. Same-day flower delivery is available every day, for all seasons: spring, winter, summer and fall. To send flowers for same-day delivery, all you have to do is place your order by the following times in the gift receiver's time zone: 2:30 p.m. weekdays, 1:15 p.m. Saturdays, and 11:45 a.m.


The 9 best flower delivery services for Mother's Day in 2019

Mashable

Mother's Day is a great occasion for a number of reasons. It gives us a helpful little push to shower our mums with the love they deserve, and reminds our mums that we care. It's also a great excuse to get the family together, although whether that's really a positive is up to you. There is a certain element of stress surrounding Mother's Day though, as you need to come up with some sort of present. Your mum might be super easy to buy for, but traditionally, mums can be a bit of a challenge.


Want to buy cheap flowers near you? Try your local Trader Joe's

USATODAY - Tech Top Stories

Buying flowers should be a joyful experience. You might picture yourself in a charming florist's shop, surrounded by exotic color and beauty, ready to make a purchase. But so often, scoring a bunch of flowers for your sweetheart or your mom is just stressful--especially for a special event or Valentine's Day. Which flowers look good together? Where can I buy flowers near me?


Japan's fondness for Christmas bush means blooming exports for Aussie florists

The Japan Times

KEMPSEY, AUSTRALIA – It took flower grower Paul Dalley almost seven years before he found the perfect Australian native for the Japanese flower market, but once he did he never looked back. "When we first sent it from here, they got really excited. They rang up the next day and said: 'When are you going to send more of this?'" Dalley said. The flower in question is the Australian Christmas bush, so named because of its bright red flowers that bloom over green leaves in December. The plant grows wild in bushland around Sydney and is a staple centerpiece for many Australian Christmas lunches.


Classical Machine Learning

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Machine Learning (ML) initially started in the '50s and '60s as pattern recognition. They got better by seeing more data. Most of these algorithms were based on statistics and probabilistic reasoning, by measuring the distance between data points, directions of vectors, intensities of values, etc. These [old] algorithms are widespread. You can see them everywhere -- read this article next, Google reporting your random sign-in -- they're simple to use, easy to understand, and don't require a large amount of computational power.