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Superman‬, ‪Man of Steel‬, ‪Zack Snyder‬, ‪Christopher Nolan‬, ‪DC Comics

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"Man of the Steel", a story of the birth of a new "Superman" drawn by Director Zach Snyder of "300 [Three Hundred]" produced by Christopher Nolan of the "Dark Knight" series, will be on December 9th Saturday) It will be on air at "Saturday Premium" tonight.

Amekomi hero Superman who was born in 1938 was later made into animation and live action, and in particular the series played by Christopher Leave was released from 1978 to 1984, and each of them was a worldwide hit.

And in 2013, a new superman who redesigned the image so far rebooted. This will be the beginning of that.

From a young age, a boy with superhuman power, Clark Kent spent a lonely boyhood sealed its special power with the promise of his parents, but the father of the deceased trying to protect Clark "finds the mission It is guided by the teaching of "ろ", goes on a wandering trip, finally knowing the truth of one's own. In the planet Krypton on the verge of explosion, the real father, Joe-el, sent him to the earth who was just born. Clark conflicts with his true identity.

Meanwhile, General Zod, who had been questioned for causing a coup d'etat in the krypton star, who had been occupied by the prison of the universe for many years knew that Karl el Clark Kent was lurking on the earth and came to the earth. The battle that betting the existence of humanity starts here -!

Henry Cavill, who was in the audition for James Bond of the "007" series as a new Clark Kent role, with Daniel Craig and Sam Worthington until the final test.

Also, Kent 's "father" on Earth is Kevin Costner such as "Dance With Wurves" "Body Guard". Russell Crowe of "Gladiator" and "The Mommy / The Cursed Desert Princess" to Joe = El. In addition, Amy Adams, Laurence Fishburne, Michael Shannon and gorgeous cast members gathered.

The work "Justice League" which shared the world view which becomes the "sequel" of this work is also now on sale big hit.

Saturday premium 'Man of Steel' is on air on Fuji TV series on Saturday, December 9 (Sat) 21:30. ※ When you extend "East Asia E-1 Football Championship Japan Representatives × North Korea", there may be times when the broadcasting time is lowered.

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VIDÉO - Hommage à Johnny : "On a perdu un immense artiste", regrette Thomas Dutronc

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HOMMAGE - Présent à l'hommage organisé en la mémoire de Johnny, Thomas Dutronc regrette la perte d'un "immense professionnel" et d'un homme au "grand cœur".

Présent parmi les fans de Johnny, Thomas Dutronc est, comme beaucoup d'autres artistes, venu rendre un dernier hommage à Johnny Hallyday. "Je représente ma famille", explique celui qui est venu sans son père, Jacques Dutronc, une des trois "vieilles canailles" avec lequel Johnny a chanté : "C'était un immense professionnel, un chanteur hors catégorie, hors norme, dit-il en se souvenant de Johnny. Et en plus, il aimait vraiment les gens d'un amour sincère. [...] Et c'est en ça qu'il était extraordinaire."


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Très attristé par sa perte, le fils de Jacques Dutronc, qui a notamment repris Gabrielle sur l'album On a tous quelque chose de Johnny se réjouit de cette belle cérémonie. "Ça réunit un peu les Français. Peut-être que s’il y a quelque chose de positif dans sa mort ça serait ça", déclare-t-il.

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Tanzanian leader 'shocked' by killings of peacekeepers in DRCongo

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Tanzania President John Maguful
Tanzania's President John Magufuli said Saturday he was shocked by an attack on a UN base in the restive Democratic Republic of Congo which killed 15 Tanzanian peacekeepers.
The soldiers were all members of the Tanzania People's Defence Forces participating in a peacekeeping operation in the conflict-torn eastern region of the country.
‘I am very shocked and saddened to hear of the deaths of our young, brave soldiers and heroes who lost their lives carrying out their peace mission in our neighbour the DRC,’ Magufuli said in a statement in Swahili.
He added that two other soldiers were still unaccounted for, though it was unclear if one of those was already included in the death toll.
The UN base in North Kivu province came under attack by suspected Ugandan rebels on Thursday.
Five Congolese soldiers and a further 53 personnel were also injured, the UN Security Council said.
The attack is the worst loss of life to a UN peacekeeping force since 1993 when 24 Pakistani soldiers were killed in Somalia during clashes with a local warlord.
DR Congo's huge eastern region has long been wracked by violence, but fighting between government soldiers and militia groups, as well as inter-ethnic clashes, has increased significantly this year.
UN chief Antonio Guterres led an outpouring of outrage over the deadly ambush, calling it a ‘heinous’ act.
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Ronnie O'Sullivan RETIREMENT: John Virgo sends quit warning to the Rocket

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UK Championship
The Rocket, 42, will take on Stephen Maguire in the UK Championship semi-finals this afternoon.

The five-time world champion is still the sport's box office attraction and he is showing no signs of slowing down.

But legend Virgo has told the Rocket that his best days can't keep going on.

He told the Metro: "Ronnie O'Sullivan is the finest player that has ever played the game, he has the charisma and talent to make people watch - but he won't last forever. 

"There are a lot of players coming through from China. It won't be long before a world champion comes from China.
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Sheffield United vs Bristol City LIVE stream: How to watch online and on TV

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Coach ASheffield United vs Bristol City
It’s third against fourth in the Championship tonight (7.45pm) as Bristol City travel to Bramall Lane to face Sheffield United.
The two sides are only separated by goal difference and will be hoping for a win to eat into the six-point buffer second-placed Cardiff City have built.
Blades boss Chris Wilder is unlikely to wield the axe despite criticism of the 3-1 defeat at Millwall last weekend.
Wilder appears likely to resist the temptation to make wholesale changes to his starting line-up.
Wales international David Brooks is hoping for more first-team chances after netting his side's only goal in the Lions loss.
Striker Ched Evans remains sidelined with long-term ankle trouble.
City winger Jamie Paterson is a doubt due to a long-term hamstring injury.
Paterson starred in City's 2-1 win over Middlesbrough on Saturday, but was withdrawn on 80 minutes.
Niclas Eliasson could step up if Paterson fails to find fitness in time for the Friday night clash.
Express Sport brings you the information you need to watch  vs .

How can I watch Sheffield United vs Bristol City?

Sky Sports Main Event, available on Sky channel 401, will show the game live while Virgin Media customers can watch the action on channel 501.
Coverage of the game between Sheffield United and Bristol City will be shown live on Sky Sports Football (Sky channel 403, Sky HD channel 439, Virgin channel 513), with the pre-match build-up starting at 7.30pm and kick-off set for 7.45pm.
This means that all the action can be followed on your desktop or laptop via the Sky Go app, which if you’re an existing customer, is also available on iOS and Android smartphone and tablet devices.
Sky Go is also available on a number of platforms including Amazon Fire devices, iPad, Mac computers and laptops, Playstation 3, PS4 and Xbox One.
The Sky Sports app, available to download on iOS and Android devices, will also be providing live text coverage and updates.
If you're not currently a Sky Sports customer but can't stand to miss out on the action, you can add the channels to your box via a NOW TV subscription.
Day passes, which let you add SkySports channels for 24 hours, start at £6.99 a day, with a weekly pass starting from £10.99, and no locking in to a contract.
NOW TV doesn't even require a typical television to use, as it is also available on a NOW TV Box, Chromecast, PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Roku, LG Smart TV, PC or Mac, and selected mobile and tablet devices.
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14 UN peacekeepers killed, 53 hurt in Congo attack

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Photo: Jerome Delay / AP, file
Kinshasa, Congo — Rebels attacked a United Nations peacekeeping base in eastern Congo, killing at least 14 peacekeepers and wounding 53 others in the deadliest single assault on a U.N. mission in recent history, officials said Friday.
The peacekeepers were mainly from Tanzania. At least five Congolese soldiers also were killed in the attack Thursday evening that was blamed on one of the region’s deadliest rebel groups.
“It’s a very huge attack, certainly the worst in recent memory,” deputy U.N. spokesman Farhan Haq said.
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called the attack “a war crime” and urged Congolese authorities to swiftly investigate. He expressed “outrage and utter heartbreak.”
The peacekeeping base is located about 27 miles from the town of Beni, which has been repeatedly hit by the Allied Democratic Forces rebel group. The base is home to the mission’s rapid intervention force, which has a rare mandate to go on the offensive, according to the U.N.-supported Radio Okapi.
The radio station, citing military sources, said the fighting lasted four hours.
Nearly 300 peacekeepers have been killed since the U.N. mission arrived in Congo in 1999, according to peacekeeping data.
Congo, a country the size of Western Europe, has seen immeasurable cruelty and greed as a result of its vast mineral resources. The nation suffered through one of the most brutal colonial reigns ever known before undergoing decades of corrupt dictatorship. Back-to-back civil wars later drew in a number of neighboring countries.
Many rebel groups have come and gone during the U.N. mission’s years of operation, at times invading the regional capital, Goma. One of the greatest threats now comes from the ADF.
The rebels once aimed to overthrow President Yoweri Museveni’s regime in neighboring Uganda. By the 1990s, they had established themselves in Congo. While the fighters are mainly Muslim, experts say there are no proven links between the rebels and other extremist organizations in Africa.
The ADF intensified attacks several years ago, and human rights groups say at least 1,000 people have been killed in the last three years. About a dozen of the rebels have been sentenced to death on charges related to participating in an insurrection movement.
The U.N. mission in 2006 helped carry out Congo’s first free and fair elections in 46 years, but since then the winner of that vote, President Joseph Kabila, has become further entrenched in his post. Anger has grown as presidential elections originally set for late last year have been repeatedly delayed. The government has blamed insecurity as a factor in the delays.
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NVIDIA Announces “NVIDIA Titan V" Video Card: GV100 for $3000, On Sale Now

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Out of nowhere, NVIDIA has revealed the NVIDIA Titan V today at the 2017 Neural Information Processing Systems conference, with CEO Jen-Hsun Huang flashing out the card on stage. A mere 7 months after Volta was announced with the Tesla V100 accelerator and the GV100 GPU inside it, NVIDIA continues its breakneck pace by releasing the GV100-powered Titan V, available for sale today. Aimed at a decidedly more compute-oriented market than ever before, the 815 mm2 behemoth die that is GV100 is now available to the broader public.
NVIDIA Compute Accelerator Specification Comparison
Titan VTesla V100
Tesla P100
Titan Xp
CUDA Cores5120512035843840
Tensor Cores640640N/AN/A
Core Clock1200MHz??1485MHz
Boost Clock1455MHz1370MHz1300MHz1582MHz
Memory Clock1.7Gbps HBM21.75Gbps HBM21.4Gbps HBM211.4Gbps GDDR5X
Memory Bus Width3072-bit4096-bit4096-bit384-bit
Memory Bandwidth653GB/sec900GB/sec720GB/sec547GB/sec
L2 Cache4.5MB6MB4MB3MB
Single Precision13.8 TFLOPS14 TFLOPS9.3 TFLOPS12.1 TFLOPS
Double Precision6.9 TFLOPS
(1/2 rate)
(1/2 rate)
(1/2 rate)
(1/32 rate)
Tensor Performance
(Deep Learning)
Transistor Count21.1B21.1B15.3B12B
Manufacturing ProcessTSMC 12nm FFNTSMC 12nm FFNTSMC 16nm FinFETTSMC 16nm FinFET
Launch Date12/07/2017Q3'17Q4'1604/07/2017
For the spec sheet we've gone ahead and lined it up against NVIDA's other Pascal cards, and for good reason. While the Titan series of cards may have started life as a prosumer card in 2013, since then NVIDIA's GPU designs have become increasingly divergent between compute and graphics. And even though the previous Titan Xp was based on the more graphics-focused GP102 GPU, the card itself was primarily (but not solely) pitched as an entry-level compute card, for customers who needed a (relatively) cheap way to do FP32 compute and neural network inferencing in workstations and small clusters.
The Titan V, by extension, sees the Titan lineup finally switch loyalties and start using NVIDIA’s high-end compute-focused GPUs, in this case the Volta architecture based V100. The end result is that rather than being NVIDIA’s top prosumer card, the Titan V is decidedly more focused on compute, particularly due to the combination of the price tag and the unique feature set that comes from using the GV100 GPU. Which isn’t to say that you can’t do graphics on the card – this is still very much a video card, outputs and all – but NVIDIA is first and foremost promoting it as a workstation-level AI compute card, and by extension focusing on the GV100 GPU’s unique tensor cores and the massive neural networking performance advantages they offer over earlier NVIDIA cards.
In this sense the Titan V is a return to form of sorts to the professional side of prosumer for the Titan family. One of the original claims to fame for the original Titan was its high performance in specialized FP64 compute workloads, something that was lost on the later Titan X and Titan Xp.  By switching to NVIDIA’s specialized high-end compute GPUs, the Titan V regains its formerly lost compute capabilities, all the while also gaining all of the compute capabilities NVIDIA has introduced since then. It’s no mistake that Jen-Hsun introduced the card at a neural networking conference, as this is a big chunk of the professional computing audience that NVIDIA is targeting with the card.
Interestingly, comparing it to the PCIe Tesla V100, I’m surprised by just how close the cards are in features and performance. NVIDIA has confirmed that the Titan V gets the GV100 GPU’s full, unrestricted FP64 compute and tensor core performance. To the best of our knowledge (and from what NVIDIA will comment on) it doesn’t appear that they’ve artificially disabled any of the GPU’s core features. What does separate the Titan from the Tesla then from a performance standpoint is quite simple: memory capacity, memory bandwidth, and the lack of NVLink functionality. There are also a number of smaller differences between the cards that help to differentiate them between server and workstation – such as passive versus active cooling, NVLink, and the support policies – but otherwise for customers who are running a small number of cards, the Titan V’s feature set is remarkably close to the much more expensive Tesla V100’s, which is a very interesting development since it goes to show just how confident NVIDIA is that this won’t undermine Tesla sales.
Moving on and diving into the numbers, Titan V features 80 streaming multiprocessors (SMs) and 5120 CUDA cores, the same amount as its Tesla V100 siblings. The differences come with the memory and ROPs. In what's clearly a salvage part for NVIDIA, one of the card's 4 memory partitions has been cut, leaving Titan V with 12GB of HBM2 attached via a 3072-bit memory bus. As each memory controller is associated with a ROP partition and 768 KB of L2 cache, this in turn brings L2 down to 4.5 MB, as well as cutting down the ROP count.
In terms of clockspeeds, the HBM2 has been downclocked slightly to 1.7GHz, while the 1455MHz boost clock actually matches the 300W SXM2 variant of the Tesla V100, though that accelerator is passively cooled. Notably, the number of tensor cores have not been touched, though the official 110 DL TFLOPS rating is lower than the 1370MHz PCIe Tesla V100, as it would appear that NVIDIA is using a clockspeed lower than their boost clock in these calculations.
For the card itself, it features a vapor chamber cooler with copper heatsink and 16 power phases, all for the 250W TDP that has become standard with the single GPU Titan models. Output-wise, the Titan V brings 3 DisplayPorts and 1 HDMI connector. And as for card-to-card communication, PCB itself appears to have NVLink connections on the top of the PCB, but these look to have been intentionally blocked by the shroud to prevent their use and are presumably disabled.
As mentioned earlier, NVIDIA is unsurprisingly pushing this as a compute accelerator card, especially considering that Titan V features tensor cores, and keeping the TITAN branding as opposed to GeForce TITAN. But there are those of us who know better than to assume people won’t drop $3000 to use the latest Titan card for gaming, and while gaming is not the primary (or even secondary) focus of the card, you also won't see NVIDIA denying it. In that sense the Titan V is going to be treated as a jack-of-all-trades card by the company.
To that end, no gaming performance information has been disclosed, but NVIDIA has confirmed that the card uses the standard GeForce driver stack. Now whether those drivers have actually be optimized for the GV100 is another matter entirely; Volta is a new architecture, markedly so at times. Speaklng solely off the cuff here, for graphics workloads the card has more resources than the Titan Xp in almost every meaningful metric, but it's also a smaller difference on paper than you might think.
As for NVIDIA's intended market of compute and AI users, the Titan V will be supported by NVIDIA GPU Cloud, which includes a number of deep learning frameworks and HPC-related tools.
If the golden shroud didn’t already suggest so, the Titan V is also carving out a new eye-watering price point, dropping in at $2999 and on sale now at the NVIDIA store. NVIDIA has, to date, been selling Tesla V100 products as fast as they can produce them, so I'm not going to be surprised if the Titan V sees a similar fate. The $3000 price tag is quite high, even by Titan standards, but with the rare Tesla V100 PCIe card going for around $10,000, the Titan V is markedly cheaper. In fact in some respects I'm surprised NVIDIA is selling a GV100 card for so little; these are GV100 salvage parts that don't make the cut for Tesla - so the alternative would be throwing them away - but it just goes to show how confident NVIDIA is that it won't undermine the Tesla family.
At any rate, for NVIDIA professional users who have been looking to dip their toes into Volta but didn't want a full-fledged Tesla card, the Titan V is clearly going to be a popular card. Over the last two years NVIDIA's AI efforts have been firing on all cylinders, and by bringing a GV100 card down to just $3000, expect to see them crack open the market that much further. I dare say the idea of the "prosumer" Titan has died with this card, but for the rapidly growing professional compute market, this looks to be exactly the kind of card that a lot of developers have been waiting for.
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