\( p = 0.051 \)
hey everyone writing code: you can't get around this. code does not exist in a noble mathematical void which absolves you of accountability. any system which people touch is tied into the fabric of society, and should be scrutinized for potential to do harm.
How to make a racist AI without really trying http://blog.conceptnet.io/posts/2017/how-to-make-a-racist-ai-without-really-trying/
"... the sentiment is generally more positive for…
The Hollywood Reporter: 'Veronica' Mars' Revival at Hulu Is Officially a Go.
Today in #mathematics news: Sir Michael Atiyah will apparently be presenting a proof of the Riemann hypothesis on Monday.
Conference website, no details: https://www.heidelberg-laureate-forum.org/event_2018/
I was expecting my local timeline here to be all over the IgNobel. 'tis not :(
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Btw, if you are a white dude and you use the n-word in my mentions, that's a foreverblock
I think processx is my favorite recently updated #rstats 📦 I'm not going to use in the near future anyway: https://www.tidyverse.org/articles/2018/09/processx-3.2.0/
Does things with #rstats. Technically studied public health.
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