Quantum Bayesian Networks

April 1, 2017

April the Giraffe has Baby

Filed under: Uncategorized — rrtucci @ 6:32 pm

Today, April the Giraffe had a baby boy calf after 15 months of taxing pregnancy, the progress of which has been anxiously followed via webcam by millions of animal lovers throughout the world. April lives at the Animal Adventure Park near Binghamton, NY, although conservative rumor mills claim that her real birth certificate is from Kenya.

To congratulate April and hubby Oliver on the new addition to their family, we have sent them a baby bib (size=”giraffe”), a baby bottle and a copy of our latest book “Quantum Computer Programming for Giraffes” printed on paper made from tasty Acacia tree leaves that were made-in-America.

We here at artiste-qb.net are passionate animal lovers and have a long tradition of sending gifts to giraffes and other mammals, including the least noble ones. For example, on a previous occasion, we sent to Jack Ma (founder of Alibaba) one of our stylish baseball caps, and to the new baby of Mark Zuckerberg a copy of our book “How to program the Facebook quantum computer with QuPy”. (You too can have a copy of these items for a very reasonable price. They are especially popular with people who want to make an impression at Silicon Valley cocktail parties).

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1 Comment »

  1. Lol. This reminds me of the old saying “A giraffe is a racehorse designed by a committee”. Happy 1/4!

    Comment by mikealambert — April 1, 2017 @ 8:03 pm


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