Computing From the Middle Out, Part 1: Why Turing Machines Matter | Michael O. Church
While you're here: my novel, Farisa's Crossing will come out on April 26, 2019. Computers have an undeserved reputation for being unpredictable, complicated beasts. I'm going to argue that, to the contrary, they're quite simple at their core. In order to establish this, I'll work through some models of computation, as well as some programming models…
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An Introduction to Likelihoodist, Bayesian, and Frequentist Methods (1/3)
I provide an accessible overview of debates among Bayesians, frequentists, and likelihoodists about statistical inference.
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Bayes' rule: Guide - Arbital
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Intel Virtualisation: How VT-x, KVM and QEMU Work Together | Binary Debt
VT-x is name of CPU virtualisation technology by Intel. KVM is component of Linux kernel which makes use of VT-x. And QEMU is a user-space application which allows users to create virtual machines. QEMU makes use of KVM to achieve efficient virtualisation. In this article we will talk about how these three technologies work together.…
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Zen Studios alters classic pinball art to protect family-friendly rating [Updated] | Ars Technica
VP says removing cigars, blood was a "conscious decision" to protect all-ages image.
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Fundraiser by Maggie Farley : The Fischmanns Fight
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The Riemann Hypothesis, explained – Jørgen Veisdal – Medium
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Don’t like visual novels? These games might change your mind - The Verge
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How A Rising Star Of White Nationalism Broke Free From The Movement : NPR
Derek Black once promoted a racist agenda by making speeches, hosting a radio show and starting a website. His change of heart is the subject of a new book, written by journalist Eli Saslow.
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Mics that record in "3D" ambisonics are the next big thing - CDM Create Digital Music
Call it the virtual reality microphone ... or just think of it as an evolution of microphones that capture sounds more as you hear them. But mics purporting to give you 3D recording are arriving in waves - and they could change both immersive sound and how we record music.
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Nietzsche’s Guide to Better Living - The Atlantic
John Kaag’s fascinating new book about the German thinker seeks to tether philosophy back to the mess of daily experience.
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Variational Autoencoders Explained
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From Hackathon to Production: How to Turn Your Hackathon Idea into Reality
Several times a year, Oscar hosts a hackathon which encourages engineers, product managers, and designers to come up with creative projects that can be completed in 24 short hours. Projects range…
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First Wave of Spiking Neural Network Hardware Hits
Over the last several years we have seen many new hardware architectures emerge for deep learning training but this year, inference will have its turn in
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Next Generation Animal Tracking Ideation Challenge
Propose a system that can enhance and eventually replace the current animal telemetry data collection system.
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Designing a Better Judging System · cat /var/log/life
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What is the Kullback-Leibler divergence?
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Time Series Prediction Using LSTM Deep Neural Networks
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