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President Obama pays tribute in Hiroshima: ‘We listen to a silent cry’
"Death fell from the sky and the world was changed," Obama said, after laying a wreath, closing his eyes and briefly bowing his head before an arched monument in Hiroshima's Peace Memorial Park that honors those killed on Aug. 6, 1945, when U.S. forces dropped the bomb that ushered in the nuclear age. The bombing, Obama said, "demonstrated that mankind possessed the means to destroy itself."
@officialtrentharmon, the final American Idol winner, has joined us on this hot day for @memdaypbs rehearsals! Don't miss his performance tomorrow when The National #MemorialDay Concert airs live on #PBS at 8/7c.
Join The National Memorial Day Concert this Sunday for an evening of remembrance, featuring General Colin L. Powell, Renée Fleming, The Beach Boys, Katharine McPhee, Trace Adkins, S. Epatha Merkerson, Esai Morales, Alfie Boe, Trent Harmon Music, Maestro Jack Everly and co-hosted for the eleventh year by Joe Mantegna and Gary Sinise. 🇺🇸 #‎MemDayPBS
We can’t help but notice that there’s something weird about the...
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We can’t help but notice that there’s something weird about the face swap. Something… horrific. Perhaps it’s even an example of the Body Horror genre, especially when face swaps go wrong.

Glitchy face swaps have a certain gruesomeness about them but they also reveal something interesting about the relationship between humans and computers. When a computer doesn’t know the difference between your face or a hubcap, what does that say about the way computers see us?
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