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More room and for free.
What I meant it's that is better to be in jail than to be at such "capsule hotel".
Those capsule hotels are meant to reduce human dignity, to treat humans as insects, insignificant beings in a cage. Asian societies always had a propensity for doing that.
Capsule hotels are transitory, a means to rejuvenate and refresh on the way to home or work.
Small, windowless rooms or capsules are the best way to get a great night's sleep (good ventilation and sound insulation are of course a given).
The airport also had a capsule hotel a long while ago, but that one is gone decades ago.
There's a reconstructed 747, but that is more in the youth hostel category.
While originally intended as an alternative to going home, longer-term stays are attractive too.
Which is pretty much the case in Asia as well. Room size is not a function of population size, but of real estate prices. China has a higher population than Japan, but while Japanese rooms tend to be small and clever, Chinese hotel rooms were traditionally large and miserable. This is changing now, the Chinese are learning from the Japanese and the Europeans, rooms are getting smaller and much better, but large, miserable hotel rooms are supposedly common in Asia (though I have never opted for any).
Coffins...Bunch of vampires.
Coffins for the poor and nice bedrooms for the vampires.
A unique mini sauna is being built in the city center, just a stone's throw from the water. But actually the sauna is illegal. "You can only build a tool shed there, so we make a shed that contains a sauna."The sauna, which will be built on site this summer, is built as a three square meter tool shed. But the building can be hinged out. Suddenly it has benches, a window section and room for a sauna unit.- It is impossible to see there is a sauna before the house is folded out. A similar construction has probably never been done before, [font="PT Sans", "Helvetica Neue", sans-serif]"It's always fun trying to find loopholes in the law. Of course, it's a little provocative to the city building office, but it's good to find out where the boundaries are going, and those who work there may find it interesting to investigate this, "says Anders Berensson.[/font][/size][/color]
The architect has previously built another Secret Sauna, which is widely used in a secret location in the Stockholm archipelago.
Arkitekten har tidigare byggt en annan så kallad "Secret Sauna", som finns och används flitigt på en hemlig plats i Stockholms skärgård.
Bei Bergen konnte inmitten der Schiergaard-Inseln eine sehr günstige Stelle zum Fange von Travisia gefunden werden
Of course you're quite right that the machine doesn't actually know what things mean. But at the same time it's capable of some very impressive tricks related to noticing patterns. It doesn't know what pets or farm animals are, for example, but the algorithm can actually notice that words like cat and dog are often used in similar contexts. As such it has been demonstrated to be able to make a very educated guess at translating a word like dog between two languages even if there is not a singe human-made translation of the word available to teach it.
PS If you're interested I could mail you my bachelor's thesis. I like to think I wrote a pretty decent overview of the inner workings of machine translation.
My own batchelor's thingie is most likely uninteresting to you. It's contrasting Finnish and Estonian orthography, not very interesting even for myself these days.
Hopefully my vivaldi.net address works. If not, I will make it work.
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