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    The Pedestrian The Pedestrian is a short story by Ray Bradbury. The theme of the short story is all about technology in which it deals with the dangers living in a society which is not only reliant on technology, but uses technology to control its citizens and to destroy those individuals who dare to exercise freedom of expression. At the start of the short story the writer sets the scene for the reader, both in time and place but also by describing the kind of society that exists in the future

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    Mr. Mead in "The Pedestrian" symbolizes the light and the dark, and the changes of the times. Bradbury's "The Pedestrian," which focuses on Mr. Mead, symbolizes the light and the dark, as well as, the changing of time. "The Pedestrian" shows the changes that will occur due to technology, and that difference is perceived as wrong. Mr. Mead different while technology is familiar, Mead is seen as wrong while technology is perceived as right. The symbolization "The Pedestrian" represents what changes

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    Utopia and dystopia: Ray Bradbury’s short story “The Pedestrian” Ray Bradbury’s short story “The Pedestrian” is a dramatic illustration of the dangers of living in a world where contact with nature is deemed so abnormal that even walking alone at night is a crime. The dystopian story revolves around the tale of a man named Leonard Mead, living during a time period not so far away from our own, in 2053 CE. In the story, a robotic police car is so suspicious of Mead’s walking behavior during

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    Halloween Safety Tips From A Pedestrian Accident Attorney Were you injured in a pedestrian accident? Did a careless, reckless, or distracted driver hurt your child? Regardless of how safe you are as a pedestrian, a negligent driver can turn your world upside down in a matter of seconds. If this happens to you, you need a pedestrian accident attorney who will fight against the insurance company for the driver for your right to receive a fair and just settlement for your injury claim. Gordon R. Levinson

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    A:10 Y. Chen A Survey of Pedestrian Detection A:11 A Survey of Pedestrian Detection YUECHEN, University of Ottawa In recent years, with the rapidly increasing of automatic driving technology, pedestrian detection becomes a new and interesting area in computer vision. And the key applications are mostly in intelligent vehicles, surveillance, advanced robotics and so on. Since 2005, pedestrian detection has entered a stage of development, but there are still many problems to be solved, mainly in terms

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    technology. Nevertheless, there may be a controversy deciding between obeying society's regulations of consistently keeping up with the innovative contemporary behaviour or sticking with subjective or independent aspirations. In the short story The Pedestrian by Ray Bradbury, Leonard Mead’s complication between pursuing his personal desire and choosing to conform creates an issue with the development as an individual. Symbols within the story that further highlighted the distinct difference between personal

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    The four papers about pedestrian detection we chose to summarize were great and informative, all suggested useful techniques and new ideas in deep learning for pedestrian detection. However, there were few open issues or room for improvement in some of the papers. Here are some of the ideas we suggested to resolve these issues in each paper. Joint Deep Learning for Pedestrian Detection (UDN) Even though the Unified Deep Net (UDN) method learned features by designing hidden layers for the Convolutional

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    "The Pedestrian" gives the reader an idea about the future when Leonard Mead lived. Leonard likes to go for a walk every night, and it is highly unusual because during this time people stay inside their homes and had fancy gadgets. The year is 2053 and Leonard has a tradition to walk and enjoy the peaceful nature the world has to offer. Leonard is a retired author who hasn't published a book in a long time because books are also a thing of the past. In all the time walking Leonard has never seen

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    most well-known short stories “The Pedestrian”, Ray Bradbury utilizes the character of Leonard Mead to build suspense through a town where the setting is described almost grave-like. This mysterious man Leonard Mead decides to go outside the norm of his society and take a walk around town instead of staying inside. Ray Bradbury continues to builds on this suspense when the police officer pulls him over for being the only one outside. In Ray Bradbury’s “The Pedestrian”, he uses the setting to place his

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    States households have three or more technological devices pinging in the internet. Devices such as phones and tablets are so psychologically powerful that they not only change how humans act, but how humans communicate. The short story titled, The Pedestrian, written by Ray Bradbury, offers a glance into the future, depicting Leonard Mead, who takes long walks every evening in a society that only lives for watching tv. In another story called August 2026: There Will Come Soft Rains, also written by

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