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source Storming Reddit's Moat
A Guide to Reddit, Its Key Competitive Advantages, and How to Unbundle It
Tuesday, January 12, 11:42AM  by:shuri
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Tuesday, January 12, 10:24AM  by:shuri
sycophancy,
psychic,
brianna keilar,
republican party united states,
donald trump,
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source Republicans’ Ominous Warnings About Trump Come Back To Haunt Them In CNN Supercut
“Before they were sycophants, they were psychics,” said "Newsroom" anchor Brianna Keilar.
Monday, January 11, 11:33AM  by:shuri
news,
tech,
innovation,
inrupt inc,
google inc,
facebook inc,
start-ups,
profile,
personal,
type:,
content,
internet,
the,
and,
computers,
tim,
berners-lee,
technology,
inrupt,
google,
facebook,
startup,
open-source software,
software,
privacy,
computer security,
personal profile;people story,
tech industry,
computers and the internet,
tim berners-lee,
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source He Created the Web. Now He’s Out to Remake the Digital World.
Tim Berners-Lee wants to put people in control of their personal data. He has technology and a start-up pursuing that goal. Can he succeed?
Monday, January 11, 11:32AM  by:shuri
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Monday, January 11, 11:30AM  by:shuri
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source 70TB of Parler users’ data leaked by security researchers | CyberNews
Parler has been hit by a massive data scrape. Security researchers collected swaths of user data before the network went dark Monday morning.
Saturday, January 09, 10:17PM  by:shuri
technology,
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source Capitol siege was planned online. Trump supporters now planning the next one.
Calls for widespread protests on the days leading up to the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden have been rampant online for weeks. These demonstrations are scheduled to culminate with what organizers have dubbed a “Million MAGA March” on Jan. 20 as the new president and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris are to be sworn in on the same Capitol grounds that rioters overran on Wednesday.
Saturday, January 09, 08:15AM  by:shuri
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source Teen Names Family Who Harassed A Black Woman On Video
Many families have been torn apart by politics and social unrest in the Trump era. Here's one teen's story.
Thursday, January 07, 01:44PM  by:shuri
calls grow in congress for trump to be removed by impeachment or the 25th amendment - cnnpolitics,
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source Calls grow in Congress for Trump to be removed by impeachment or the 25th Amendment
A growing number of lawmakers -- including from Democratic leadership -- are calling for President Donald Trump to be removed from office either through impeachment or the 25th Amendment to the Constitution after a violent mob of Trump supporters stormed the US Capitol on Wednesday.
Wednesday, January 06, 09:20PM  by:shuri
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source WhatsApp gives users an ultimatum: Share data with Facebook or stop using the app
The Facebook-owned messenger with 2 billion users revamps its privacy policy.
Wednesday, January 06, 07:53PM  by:shuri
opinions,
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source Opinion | President Trump has committed treason
Trump fomented a deadly insurrection against the U.S. Congress to prevent a duly-elected president from taking office.
Wednesday, January 06, 10:59AM  by:shuri
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source 15.ai: Natural TTS with minimal data
15.ai: Natural high-quality faster-than-real-time text-to-speech synthesis with minimal data
Tuesday, January 05, 07:21PM  by:shuri
deep,
ai,
ml,
multimodal,
milestones,
research,
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source CLIP: Connecting Text and Images
We’re introducing a neural network called CLIP which efficiently learns visual concepts from natural language supervision.
Tuesday, January 05, 07:21PM  by:shuri
deep,
multimodal,
milestones,
research,
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source DALL·E: Creating Images from Text
We’ve trained a neural network called DALL·E that creates images from text captions for a wide range of concepts expressible in natural language.
Tuesday, January 05, 07:19PM  by:shuri
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source JupyterLab 3.0 is released!. The 3.0 release of JupyterLab brings… | by Jeremy Tuloup | Jan, 2021 | Jupyter Blog
The 3.0 release of JupyterLab brings many new features to users and substantial improvements to the extension system. (Note that many third-party extensions are still in the process of updating to be…
Tuesday, January 05, 02:15PM  by:shuri
life,
iit roorkee,
iit,
pravj,
pravendra,
pravendra singh,
machine learning,
ml,
product management,
startups,
startup,
product manager,
pm,
ai,
product,
python,
programming,
golang,
data visualization,
data,
web,
blog,
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source Setting up personal OKR [JFM-2021]
Here I write about my encounters on startups, product management, books, artificial intelligence, and other random observations.
Tuesday, January 05, 02:09PM  by:shuri
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source The Now Habit
Summary of my take-aways from the book The Now Habit by Neil Fiore
Tuesday, January 05, 01:22PM  by:shuri
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source The B2B Content Marketing Report
A thorough analysis of 500+ B2B blogs to better understand what's working in the world of B2B content marketing right now.
Monday, January 04, 10:21AM  by:shuri
election,
us,
2020,
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source Georgia election: Donald Trump's phone call fact-checked
The president made a string of claims in a phone call with officials in Georgia as he disputes the state's election result.
Friday, January 01, 07:17PM  by:shuri
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source Anti-Aging: State of the Art - LessWrong
Aging is a problem that ought to be solved, and most Less Wrongers recognize this. However, few members of the community seem to be aware of the current state of the anti-aging field, and how close we are to developing effective anti-aging therapies. As a result, there is a much greater (and in my opinion, irrational) overemphasis on the Plan B of cryonics for life extension, rather than Plan A of solving aging. Both are important, but the latter is under-emphasised despite being a potentially more feasible strategy for life extension given the potentially high probability that cryonics will not work. Today, there are over 130 longevity biotechnology companies and over 50 anti-aging drugs in clinical trials in humans. The evidence is promising that in the next 5-10 years, we will start seeing robust evidence that aging can be therapeutically slowed or reversed in humans. Whether we live to see anti-aging therapies to keep us alive indefinitely (i.e. whether we make it to longevity escape velocity) depends on how much traction and funding the field gets in coming decades. In this post, I summarise the state of the art of the anti-aging field (also known as longevity biotechnology, rejuvenation biotechnology, translational biogerontology or geroscience). If you feel you already possess the necessary background on aging, feel free to skip to Part V. Part I: Why is Aging a problem? Aging is the biggest killer worldwide, and also the largest source of morbidity. Aging kills 100,000 people per day; more than twice the sum of all other causes of death. This equates to 37 million people - a population the size of Canada - dying per day of aging. In developed countries, 9 out of 10 deaths are due to aging. Aging also accounts for more than 30% of all disability-adjusted life years lost (DALYs); more than any other single cause. Deaths due to aging are not usually quick and painless, but preceded by 10-15 years of chronic illnesses such as cancer, type 2 diabetes and A
Friday, January 01, 03:17PM  by:shuri
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source Embed content in Flash SWF files without the Adobe Plugin
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