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CH Biological Blueprints for Next Generation AI Systems

(Submitted on 1 Dec 2019) Abstract: Diverse subfields of neuroscience have enriched artificial intelligence for many decades. With recent advances in machine learning and artificial neural networks, many neuroscientists are partnering with AI researchers and machine learning experts to analyze data and construct models. This paper attempts to demonstrate the value of such collaborations by…

CH Align Engineering Metrics with Business KPIs

What’s your cycle time? If you can’t answer it, don’t worry, you’re not alone. Many engineering leaders couldn’t tell you without some significant number-crunching. Gaining visibility into performance is only half the battle though. Knowing how to interpret metrics and how to apply them to improving performance is where the magic happens. Many CEOs do…

CH ReadMe (YC W15) is hiring. Help us make APIs easy to use

We’re currently looking for…Support EngineerSan Francisco, CA, USADeveloper EvangelistSan Francisco, CA, USAFrontend DeveloperSan Francisco, CA, USAProduct-focused Node/React DeveloperSan Francisco, CA, USARecruiterSan Francisco, CA, USAWho We AreA tight-knit team of engineers, marketers, customer success reps and all-around good folks building a tool that over 3,000 companies use daily.Our office is in San Francisco; our clients are…

CH A Great Wave of Hokusai

SMITHSONIANMAG.COM | Dec. 9, 2019, 9 a.m. Katsushika Hokusai was in his 70s by the time he created his best-known image, the majestic The Great Wave off Kanagawa. Often known simply as The Great Wave, the popular print not only embodied Japanese art, but influenced a generation of artists in Europe, from Van Gogh to…

CH The Curious Case of Aurelius Capital vs. Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico filed for bankruptcy protection at 11:32 in the morning on May 3, 2017; by 11:33, the magnitude was obvious. No American territory had ever defaulted on so much debt. “A bankruptcy without precedent” ran a morning-after headline in the tabloid El Vocero, in an issue that also quoted leftist politicians warning readers not…

CH Can one earthquake trigger another on the other side of the world?

Can one natural disaster influence the risk of another? It’s well known that natural disasters can cause others in their immediate vicinity, for instance, hurricanes are often accompanied by flooding, and earthquakes are followed by aftershocks. But what about longer distance interactions? Could one earthquake trigger another on the other side of the world? hey…

CH Ostif.org Unbound DNS Audit Results – 1 Crit – 5 High – 5 Med

First, we’d like to thank everyone in the community who donated to the cause and made this happen. Our crucial work does not happen without donations from people who care about our cause. If security and privacy on the web matter to you, there’s a huge number of ways to support us. You can add…

CH Yoshua Bengio, Revered Architect of AI, Has Some Ideas About What to Build Next

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CH Jisei: The Japanese Death Poem (2013)

What will your final words be just before you die?Japan has a long history of jisei, or death poems. Jisei is the “farewell poem to life.” These poems were written by literate people just before their death.  One of the earliest record of jisei dates to 686 CE with the death of Prince Otsu, a…

CH Co-Ops: Enabling Continuous Delivery with Cooperative Pipelines and Processes

Roy Osherove · December 6, 2019 “Co-Ops” is a term that one of the attendees at a talk I was giving about cooperative pipelines came up with. I wish I knew his name. I asked him to email me afterwards so I can credit him but he never did.Co-Ops describes the act of working with…

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