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This is interesting. You noticed something that others rarely noticed. I saw that short video and thought that it was something of daily Tehran changing moods. You’re totally right in that Iran’s revolutionary guard to look up-to-date and appealing. In fact this idea was shaped up in Imam Hossein University in Tehran. They first started cognitive sciences and artificial intelligence and gradually moved to improve their image and not only towards the society but within younger generation of sepahitself.

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