OpenAI Charter

We’re releasing a charter that describes the principles we use to execute on OpenAI’s mission. This document reflects the strategy we’ve refined over the past two years, including feedback from many people internal and external to OpenAI. The timeline to AGI remains uncertain, but our…

DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 760

This week in DistroWatch Weekly: Review: Chakra GNU/Linux 2017.10News: The Debian 10 roadmap and Project Leader election, Netrunner publishes ARM edition, Slackware kicks off package rebuild, Microsoft develops its own Linux-based system for IoTQuestions and answers: Using systemd to hide filesReleased last week: Oracle Linux…

[Horror Audiobook] The Mask (by Robert W. Chambers)

This tale is a part of “The King in Yellow” series which influenced H. P. Lovecraft and his Necronomicon. (“The King in Yellow” is a cursed book which opens the gateway to the other world. Lovecraft was inspired by this series and later on, created…

Christopher Lum Interview – Autonomous Aerial Guidance, Navigation and Control Systems

Ok, In this episode, I’m joined by Christopher Lum, Research Assistant Professor in the University of Washington’s Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics. Chris also co-heads the University’s Autonomous Flight Systems Lab, where he and his students are working on the guidance, navigation, and control of…

Bias in an Artificial Neural Network explained | How bias impacts training

In this video, we’ll be discussing the bias present within artificial neural networks, so let’s get to it. When reading up on artificial neural networks, you may have come across the term “bias.” It’s sometimes just referred to as bias. Other times you may see…

H.P. Lovecraft’s Early Years (Biography Audiobook) By His Contemporary Lockhart

This very short writing offers a quick glimpse into the early year of Lovecraft from his contemporary’s perspective. Little Journeys to the Homes of Prominent Amateurs – H.P. Lovecraft (by Andrew Francis Lockhart)

Reproducibility and Recognition: One year later | PLOS Blogs Network

This blog is authored by PLOS staff with contributions by Lenny Teytelman, protocols.io CEO. For many scientists, there is a common frustration with methods sections of research papers that lack sufficient details, which are necessary VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Reproducibility and Recognition: One year later…

Missy Cummings Interview – Infrastructure for Autonomous Vehicles

In this episode, I’m joined by Missy Cummings, head of Duke University’s Humans and Autonomy Lab and professor in the department of mechanical engineering. In addition to being an accomplished researcher, Missy also became one of the first female fighter pilots in the US Navy…

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