Do you hear the people sing? Singing a song of angry men? It is the music of a people Who will not be slaves again! When the beating of your heart Echoes the beating of the drums There is a life about to start When tomorrow comes! Will you join in our crusade? Who will be strong and stand with me? Somewhere beyond the barricade Is there a world you long to see? Then join in the fight That will give you the right to be free!! Do you hear the people sing? Singing a song of angry men? It is the music of a people Who will not be slaves again! When the beating of your heart Echoes the beating of the drums There is a life about to start When tomorrow comes! Will you give all you can give So that our banner may advance Some will fall and some will live Will you stand up and take your chance? The blood of the martyrs Will water the meadows of France!
My computer has been calculating for over 300 hours to create an AI upscale of the most famous recording of Les Miserables. I do not own any of these rights and it is a hobby project, but the result is so good, that I had to share it with the world. 0:00 - Look Down (Prisoners) 4:06 - On Parole/The Bishop 9:22 - Valjean's Soliloquy 13:02 - At the End of the Day 17:32 - I Dreamed a Dream 22:08 - Lovely Ladies 24:15 - Fantine's Arrest 28:08 - The Runaway Cart 30:00 - Who Am I/The Trial 33:11 - Fantine's Death 36:57 - The Confrontation 39:30 - Castle On a Cloud 42:48 - Master of the House 48:40 - The Bargain/Waltz of Treachery 51:37 - Look Down (Beggars) 54:41 - Stars 58:18 - ABC Café/Red and Black 1:04:21 - Do You Hear the People Sing 1:06:11 - Rue Plumet/In My Life 1:09:34 - A Heart Full of Love 1:12:30 - The Attack On Rue Plumet 1:15:43 - One Day More 1:20:16 - Building the Barricade/On My Own 1:25:11 - Back to the Barricade 1:27:44 - Javert's Arrival/Little People 1:29:44 - A Little Fall of Rain 1:33:44 - Night of Anguish 1:35:18 - First Attack 1:37:16 - Drink With Me 1:41:48 - Bring Him Home 1:45:38 - Second Attack/The Final Battle 1:47:30 - The Sewers 1:50:40 - Dog Eats Dog 1:53:49 - Javert's Suicide 1:58:24 - Turning 1:59:55 - Empty Chairs at Empty Tables 2:03:30 - Every Day/A Heart Full of Love (reprise) 2:05:56 - Wedding Chorale/Beggars at the Feast 2:08:28 - Epilogue (finale) 2:21:54 - Encore: Do you Hear the People Sing/One Day More
You may have heard the term “Black Swan Event“, particularly recently. But what exactly is a black swan event and what can, and should, we learn from them?
The notion of black swan events was first set forth by Nassim Nicholas Taleb. Taleb, a finance professor and former Wall Street trader, wrote about this concept in his 2001 book Fooled by Randomness which concerned financial events. In a later work, The Black Swan, Taleb extends the metaphor to events outside the financial markets. He defines three attributes that are common to all black swan events: