how about some more nice applications of machine learning? yes you say? ok here you go pal~
this one's free too
"Reconstructing cell cycle and disease progression using deep learning"
Nature Communications 8, Article number: 463 (2017)
i feel it's important people know about all the wonderful things we can do with this tech, and that people are out doing it
it's not all scary cybre shit you know?
Okay who taught Neil Macdonald the term "virtue signaling"? http://www.cbc.ca/news/opinion/canada-nafta-negotiations-1.4275910 https://scholar.social/media/C8auEcKsDMZ9TfbXNFE #cdnpoli
it was the 200 OK of times, it was the 402 Payment Required of times
The sad state of reproducibility in software is made evident by the fact that lots of devs refer to binary releases as "artifacts", priceless treasures that cannot be replaced.
"McGill Email" sounds like "McGilly Mail"
That is all
"The 1st rule of Fight Club is: be good to each other" said Tyler, "No one was getting the meta-textual point that toxic masculinity is bad"
"Look, it's not that I'm anti-Shakespeare. Some of my best friends are ... Shakespeare."
The fact that the attempted Calvinball league failed due to lack of organisation is probably the most Calvinball thing about it
Does anyone in academia sympathize with the political right. If not, is this just because the right is so wrong, or because there's a political monoculture in academia?
ok but "colorless green ideas sleep furiously" has actually taken on a tremendous amount of semantic value.
Trans ppl being able to function in society without discriminatory laws is more important than gay marriage bills
In the catacombs below the Appleplex in Cupertino, there's a vault that contains the original Apple With A Bite Out Of It
And the legends say that if it is ever finished—
I like how "Only following orders" does not get you out of your own responsibility:
The problem with so many blockchain in healthcare proposals is that they all rely heavily on "if everyone would just—"-style solutions