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I'm just a regular guy, highly interested in Machine Learning, Computer Vision, and app development. -I'm currently involved with a project that is taking all my time. When I'm done, I'll follow my passion for app development and learning all about Machine Learning and Computer Vision.

I'm committing to the Machine Learning Stack Exchange forum.

I think I will commit to Computer Vision (although not sure how successful the group will be)


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comment I don't know which boy?
@MarwaRostom: It should be The man whom I met yesterday. It is incorrect to say The man who I met yesterday
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accepted Singular or plural after optional parentheses
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comment Singular or plural after optional parentheses
Thanks. My intention was to stress more on the actually city San Diego, rather than the city and its surrounding areas. But I will probably go with your suggestion. Thank you.
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comment Singular or plural after optional parentheses
I think it does. It seems that the first sentence is the correct one. I agree with the 'uncomfortable sound' though. The second sentence sounds much more comfortable, since the text in the parentheses will virtually always be read :). Maybe I need to rephrase. Would replacing the parentheses with commas make any difference? Thank you for the link.
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comment Activity/adjective for keep re-mentioning a favor
I agree. I like milking it the most. Though I'll wait for more suggestions. I was hoping for a verb that describes the person, rather than the favor. For example, You are something (to) me. In my native language, Arabic, we have an informal word/phrase for it.
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