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5G: if you build it, we will fill it — Benedict Evans
A fatter pipe.

mobile 5G speeds in good conditions could be well over 100 megabits/sec and potentially several hundreds megabits/sec (mobile speeds of over a gigabit/sec are technically possible but unlikely in the real world).
5g 
18 hours ago
TPUs | Google Cloud Blog
Google's internally-developed ML hardware accelerators, designed from the ground up to power both training and inference at scale.
machine-learning 
19 hours ago
Google AI Blog: Custom On-Device ML Models with Learn2Compress
explored using ML to learn to automatically compress ML models to have fewer parameters and use less computational resources.

Learn2Compress
machine-learning 
19 hours ago
Google AI Blog: Using Evolutionary AutoML to Discover Neural Network Architectures
evolutionary algorithms can be used to automatically discover state-of-the-art neural network architectures
machine-learning 
19 hours ago
Google AI Blog: Looking to Listen: Audio-Visual Speech Separation
combines visual and auditory cues in an input video to isolate and enhance the speech of desired speakers in a video. This technology could support a range of applications, from speech enhancement and recognition in videos, through video conferencing, to improved hearing aids, especially in situations where multiple people are speaking.
19 hours ago
Google AI Blog: Teaching the Google Assistant to be Multilingual
we worked to make the Google Assistant handle multilingual use cases better, with the goal of making the Assistant naturally conversational for all users.
19 hours ago
Google AI Blog: The Question of Quantum Supremacy
the strongest theoretical proposal to prove an exponential separation between the computational power of classical and quantum computers.
quantum 
19 hours ago
Google AI Blog: Looking Back at Google’s Research Efforts in 2018
TensorFlow Lite is now on more than 1.5B devices globally after being available for just one year.
machine-learning  quantum 
19 hours ago
Twitter
Gah. How’d I manage to pick the one that was unsupported?
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Most of the “vaccine hesitancy” isn’t born of peoples’ political persuasions but the result of poorly informed fear…
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2 days ago
Engineers of the Soul: Ideology in Xi Jinping's China by John Garnaut
Mr Xi did not invent this ideological project but he has hugely reinvigorated it. For the first time since Mao we have a leader who talks and acts like he really means it.

And he is pushing communist ideology at a time when the idea of “communism” is as unattractive as it has been at any time in the past 100 years. All that remains is an ideology of power, dressed up as patriotism, but that doesn’t mean it cannot work.

Already, Xi has shown that the subversive promise of the internet can be inverted. In the space of five years, with the assistance of Big Data science and Artificial Intelligence, he has been bending the Internet from an instrument of democratisation into a tool of omniscient control. The journey to Utopia is still in progress but first we must pass through a cyber-enabled dystopia in order to defeat the forces of counter-revolution.

The audacity of this project is breathtaking. And so too are the implications.
2 days ago
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Defining differences in my own maker practice, depending on what day of the week it is.
Midweek: Tinkering
Weekend:…
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I Mentored Mark Zuckerberg. But I Can't Stay Silent | Time
Convinced of the nobility of their mission, Zuck and his employees seem to listen to criticism without changing their behavior. They respond to nearly every problem with the same approach that created the problem in the first place: more AI, more code, more short-term fixes. They do not do this because they are bad people. They do this because success has warped their perception of reality.

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As a result, when confronted with evidence that disinformation and fake news had spread over Facebook and may have influenced a British referendum or an election in the U.S., Facebook followed a playbook it had run since its founding: deny, delay, deflect, dissemble. Facebook only came clean when forced to, and revealed as little information as possible. Then it went to Plan B: apologize, and promise to do better.

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Facebook (along with Google and Twitter) has undercut the free press from two directions: it has eroded the economics of journalism and then overwhelmed it with disinformation. On Facebook, information and disinformation look the same; the only difference is that disinformation generates more revenue, so it gets better treatment.

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If I consider Google, Amazon and Facebook purely in investment terms, I cannot help but be impressed by the brilliant way they have executed their business plans. The problem is unintended consequences, which are more numerous and severe than we can afford. Google and Facebook are artificially profitable because they do not pay for the damage they cause.
2 days ago
esp-who/ESP-EYE_Getting_Started_Guide.md at master · espressif/esp-who · GitHub
Voice Wake-upの部分だけM5Stackに移植出来ないかな〜🤔:esp-who
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‘Reeducating’ Xinjiang’s Muslims | by James Millward | The New York Review of Books
“They call it a ‘political camp’…but in reality it’s a prison in the mountains,” she said. There were 2,500 inmates in the facility where she had worked for four months, and she knew of others. There may now be as many as 1,200 such camps in Xinjiang, imprisoning up to a million people, including Kazakhs, Kyrgyz, and especially Uighurs, who make up around 46 percent of Xinjiang’s population.
3 days ago
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My NFC finger works on iPhone!
(If you install the NXP tag reader app.)
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3 days ago
CURRICULUM - Internet of Things Degree
IoT Core Courses (53 credits):
CGS 2518 Data Analysis (3)
CGS 3767 Computer Operating Systems (3)
CDA 3104 Introduction to Computer Design (3)
CEN 3721 Introduction to Human Computer Interaction (3)
COP 2250 Programming in Java (3)
CTS 1120 Fundamentals of Cybersecurity (3)
CNT 3122 Sensors for IOT (3)
CNT 3142 Microcontrollers for IOT (3)
CNT 3162 Intro. to Wireless Communications for IOT (3)
CNT 4165 Network Protocols for IOT (3)
EGN 2271 Introduction to Circuits and Electronics (3)
EEL 2880 Applied Software Techniques in Engineering (3)
EEL 4730 Programming Embedded Systems (3)
EEL 4734 Embedded Operating Systems (3)
EEE 4717 Introduction to Security of Internet of Things and Cyber-Physical Systems (3)
TCN 2720 Intro to IOT (2)
TCN 4211 Telecommunications Networks (3)
TCN 4940 Senior Project (3)
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