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AI Self Competition Nets Better Fakes -Technology Review has an interesting description of a new machine learning tech. Two AIs are paired one is set with the task of creating fake images and intersperse them with real photos. The other AI is configured to spot the fakes and report how it found them. Then the first AI learns and makes better . . .
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I'll Take The Ultimate Wash Option - I mean I’d prefer they just 3D print me a new body, but this will do.
Facebook Mines Its Users For Data About Inequality - Though I think that most of us have made peace with Facebook doing whatever they want, their insistence that they use their vast userbase as actual . . .
I Really Hope No One Else Came Up With Linus' Law
Brain Plasticity Study - A study looks at people who suffered a stroke as infants, and how their brains adapted to develop language normally, giving more data about the way brain plasticity works.
David Tennant On Good Omens - I am exceedingly excited about this show. Good Omens was the book that introduced me to Terry Pratchett. (I . . .
Coinbase is Not a Bank - I'm not sure how the longterm viability of cryptocurrency is possible with companies like this. If there was ever something practically invites the Government to step in, this is probably it. I wouldn't be surprised if you see the EU start to get involved some time this year.
Go To The Effing Doctor . . .
Instead of spending the day sharing this stuff out on Twitter and Facebook, I'm going to start sharing them here.
Implicit Bias and Policing - Jennifer Eberhardt is a social scientist bringing implicit bias research to policing. She has been embedded with the Oakland PD creating new policies based on her research. It's a . . .
The Naturalist by Andrew Mayne
What if you could model the behavior of a killer using the same model used to track Apex predators? In The Naturalist, Andrew Mayne uses this idea to craft a tense thriller.
Professor Theo Cray finds himself under suspicion of murder when one of his former students ends up dead. After he gets cleared, it is found that his student . . .
The Post-Post Robot Apoclypse
That tagline is the best way to sell this book. The robots rose up and destroyed humanity, but the last human is already a distant memory in Britta's mind by the time that we join her. Instead, we find her scavenging a wasteland for failing robots. It turns out that massive mainframe AI's started absorbing smaller robots into their . . .