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I’m curious to know how people say various things I can’t type on my phone but encountered regularly in math papers…
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Mathematics is held back by the stupid obsession with a language that lacks a machine-parseable grammar, uses compl…
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"Survival today requires ‘coherence, coordination and stability’.

Survival tomorrow requir…
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Shields Down – Rands in Repose
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RT : “People have the mistaken impression that mathematics is just equations,” Dr. Hawking said. “In fact, equations are…
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“An AES key is *not* just 32 bytes. It is 32 bytes *of entropy*.”
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Worry: “Oh no, was that presentation good enough, or will everyone think I’m stupid now?”

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It just seems obvious to me that if you want to accomplish something unique (that other peo…
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You’ve hit upon the mechanism of action. “You are the average of the five people you spend…
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RT : For real people, if something works in theory, but not in practice, it doesn't work.

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To deal with hyper-planes in a 14-dimensional space, visualize a 3-D space and say “fourteen” to yourself very loud…
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Ya know, our brains aren’t actually doing one-shot learning when we use our intuitive understanding of physics, int…
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“To persist in the face of continual rejection requires a deep love of the work itself, and learning that lesson ke…
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Missing steps for getting PyTorch on the Raspberry Pi 3:
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RT : Of course, the math nerds have modeled the heck out of mutual distrust, see Byzantine Generals and all that.

But n…
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Watching this neural network train must be what it's like to enjoy sports. I *really* want this number to go up, an…
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