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Machine learning hasn't been commoditized yet, but that doesn't mean you need a PhD · fast.ai
Machine learning hasn't been commoditized yet, but that doesn't mean you need a PhD
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10 days ago
Ultra-rich man’s letter: “To My Fellow Filthy Rich Americans: The Pitchforks Are Coming” – TIP
You show me a highly unequal society, and I will show you a police state. Or an uprising.
world  life  future 
13 days ago
Microservices and the First Law of Distributed Objects
Watch me wave my hands and bore you with arbitrary and irrelevant opinions on microservices VS. distributed objects:
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22 days ago
Twitter
Culture is not about yoga and company chefs. It's about the decisions that you make and the example that you set. —…
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23 days ago
Twitter
If you love NumPy and JavaScript, NumJs makes it easy to implement Neural Net models from scratch for Web Browsers.…
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4 weeks ago
Culture is the Behavior You Reward and Punish – jocelyngoldfein
Incredible post:

"Ppl stop taking values seriously when public rewards (& consequences) don’t match up"
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4 weeks ago
Twitter
Computer Scientist vs Statistician vs Amazing explanation by
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4 weeks ago
The Harm Principle and Free Speech | Freedom of Speech | John Stuart Mill
"Mill claims that the fullest liberty of expression is required to push our arguments to their logical limits, rather than the limits of social embarrassment.

Such liberty of expression is necessary, he suggests, for the dignity of persons."
philosophy  free_speech  bias  society 
6 weeks ago
Twitter
more fun traced things coloured in by machine learning :D
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6 weeks ago
Tom Brady saved his most ruthless performance for the Atlanta Falcons in the Super Bowl
The Patriots QB ripped the hearts out of the beautiful, joyful Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI and he did it without remorse
nfl  football  tom_brady  sports 
7 weeks ago
The Algorithms Behind Probabilistic Programming
New on the blog: The Algorithms Behind Probabilistic Programming by
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8 weeks ago
Twitter
"Here comes Scissorman!!" // ; The Edge Case
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9 weeks ago
Dismissing Python Garbage Collection at Instagram – Instagram Engineering
this post about how & why Instagram disabled Python garbage collection is GREAT (via )
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9 weeks ago
Twitter
In a very cozy and private ceremony, today we retired 's flannel shirt.
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10 weeks ago
Twitter
"I think about the beliefs I have in common with people I respect..." // ; In which Secrets are kept…
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12 weeks ago
Reflecting on Haskell in 2016
Santa left a new blog post: Reflecting on Haskell in 2016 🎅🎁
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december 2016
10 things I learned making the fastest site in the world
i don't know much about frontend performance and i learned some stuff from
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december 2016
Twitter
Alright, tweet storm incoming on code reviews.

(1 like = 1 tweet from me on the theme)
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december 2016
Twitter
The work of an experienced software developer... perception vs. reality.
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december 2016
Untitled (http://www.smbc-comics.com/comics/1481723478-20161214%20(1)%20(1).png)
i love this comic about quantum computing. this is why i try to avoid using analogies unless it really makes sense.
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december 2016
Twitter
How artificial intelligence is changing drug discovery
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december 2016
UCSF Magazine - issuu
How artificial intelligence is changing drug discovery
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december 2016
Twitter
Anonymous functions can get inferred a name, but will be unnamed as callbacks. Normal function expressions can be n…
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december 2016
Learning systems programming with Rust - Julia Evans
Just one slide of many wonderful insights shared in 's RustConf keynote: 👍
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december 2016
Twitter
Just one slide of many wonderful insights shared in 's RustConf keynote: 👍
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december 2016
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