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Nathan repeats thrice the Bhagavad Gita quote "In sleep, in confusion, in the depths of shame, the good deeds a man has done before defend him". On the second and third recitement, however, he says'defends' instead of'defend'. As the sentence subject is the plural'good deeds', this creates a case of subject-verb disagreement. This may, arguably, be an intentional mistake by an intoxicated character.
C3.ai is a software company that provides a range of ML driven solutions that are tailored to specific industries and aimed at larger companies. One of their products is called'Ex Machina', it is the focus of this post and is intended to be: 'Ex Machina' derives from the latin term'deus ex machina', (or "god from the machine") a person or thing that appears or is introduced into a situation suddenly and unexpectedly and provides an artificial or contrived solution to an apparently insoluble difficulty. As with my previous'What does insert name do?' posts, I decided to give Ex Machina a whirl myself. We will refer back to these steps as I get into the inner workings of this product.
Computers and human beings play chess differently. A human spectator would not be able to tell the difference between a brilliant computer game and one played by Kasparov. Chess played by today's machines looks extraordinary, full of imagination and creativity. This paper article about how roles have changed: Humans play chess like machines and machines play chess the way humans used to play.