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Untitled (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PUXJ3R1F2oU)
NLP rockstar (and summer visitor) Mirella Lapata gesticulates and talks about the field
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3 days ago
Twitter
Exceedingly helpful deck: “Automating Data-analysis Pipelines” by and ,
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4 days ago
(429) https://twitter.com/AndrewYNg/status/878328923087556610/photo/1
Launching my new project! Hope will help many of you: deeplearning.ai More announcements soon.
deeplearniNgAI  from twitter_favs
5 days ago
Twitter
Clever algorithm to find out whether or not 2 words are anagrams
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13 days ago
Twitter
Why are we going so slow?
(Ignores large elephant walking across room)

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18 days ago
Twitter
Predicting characters using , release the dataset on soon. Medium post:…
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20 days ago
Boring Haskell | Eventsourced aggregates in Haskell
So about that blog post I’ve been tweeting about: Boring - Eventsourced aggregates in Haskell
Haskell  from twitter_favs
24 days ago
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has a discussion with Erik Meijer in 's "The Soft Side of Software." …
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24 days ago
Conversations with Technology Leaders: Erik Meijer - ACM Queue
has a discussion with Erik Meijer in 's "The Soft Side of Software." …
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24 days ago
Twitter
No worries, surgeons. You're good for > 35 years :-)
AI  from twitter_favs
25 days ago
Lambda Explorer
Online REPL for lambda calculus
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26 days ago
Twitter
some reasons a programming language's ~community~ matter, unless you plan to start by creating the universe.
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26 days ago
Twitter
My 3 different ways for doing backprop in : 1) high level optimizer, 2) tf.gradients, 3) from scratch…
TensorFlow  from twitter_favs
29 days ago
[1606.08954] Greedy, Joint Syntactic-Semantic Parsing with Stack LSTMs
Waleed and Matt's new NLP podcast We extended Stack LSTMs to do joint syn-sem parsing!
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5 weeks ago
Twitter
If you only watch one talk about Elixir, this is my pick. There's a recording from -…
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5 weeks ago
At last, summer ending for Popovich - San Antonio Express-News
“Shut the hell up,” Popovich tells himself. “It's not all going your way.”
basketball  life  coaching  stoicism 
6 weeks ago
Announcing SyntaxNet: The World’s Most Accurate Parser Goes Open Source
Announcing SyntaxNet: The World’s Most Accurate Parser Goes Open Source
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6 weeks ago
Twitter
As a senior dev, I disagree. Feedback from junior devs is critical to me. If they don't understand it, even if it's…
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8 weeks ago
filesystem - What is the rationale for the `/usr` directory? - Ask Ubuntu
RT : very nice Unix lore about /usr/ and /usr/bin here, a very fine diversion. thank you, unix historian.
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8 weeks ago
Twitter
Today is April 25th 2017, Japan Time.

Kaneda from AKIRA gets his license today.

AKIRAの金田の免許取得日キタ━━━━(゚∀゚)━━━━!!
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9 weeks ago
Twitter
. "So, Alec, why do you recommend running servers in a firewalled encl…
Onion  from twitter_favs
9 weeks ago
Untitled (https://sebastianraschka.com/pdf/books/dlb/appendix_f_numpy-intro.pdf)
Some PyML readers were missing a NumPy intro. Just put one together; turned out comprehensive. Hope it’s useful! :)
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10 weeks ago
Naive Bayes and Text Classification
This was awesome, as a ML enthusiast I found it to be the clearest explanation for naive bayes classi.cheers
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11 weeks ago
Twitter
I was playing with cowsay and now my Ansible playbooks are like this. I think I'll just keep that.
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11 weeks ago
Twitter
"Clean code written with TDD" = many programmer's definition of high quality software.

ISO standard on sw quality…
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12 weeks ago
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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march 2017
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 
march 2017
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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march 2017
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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march 2017
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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february 2017
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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february 2017
Twitter
Computer Scientist vs Statistician vs Amazing explanation by
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february 2017
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 
february 2017
Twitter
more fun traced things coloured in by machine learning :D
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february 2017
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