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MIT CSAIL 57m
Lyra 2: a tool for quickly creating interactive visualizations 📈 Perform interactions on the draft & it suggests possible designs. Demo: Video: Paper: GitHub: v/
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MIT CSAIL 3h
Happy birthday to Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, pictured here showing that a single CD-ROM could hold enough information for 330,000 pieces of paper.
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MIT Schwarzman College of Computing 21h
Hosted by MIT's as part of its AI Cures initiative, the conference illustrated technologies developed in response to the pandemic and new opportunities for solutions for clinical management.
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MIT CSAIL 5h
Replying to @GWR
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MIT CSAIL 5h
After 2 weeks of multiple health screens and asking everyone to quarantine, I surprised my closest inner circle with a trip to a private island where we could pretend things were normal just for a brief moment in time.
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MIT CSAIL Oct 27
A major leap in speech recognition: a system trained on just 10 minutes of labeled data has been shown to rival existing systems trained on 960 *hours* of labeled data. Paper: Code: … (v/)
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MIT CSAIL Oct 27
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MIT CSAIL Oct 26
Now available to take for free online: MIT's class on Machine Learning in Healthcare. Videos, slides, notes & more:
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MIT CSAIL Oct 26
MIT's autonomous boats could be your next ride:
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MIT CSAIL Oct 24
Why it's important to teach math. (credit )
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MIT CSAIL Oct 23
"So much complexity in software comes from trying to make one thing do two things" - Ryan Singer
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MIT CSAIL Oct 22
Fourier neural operator for PDEs ⚬ solves family of from scratch at any resolution ⚬ outperforms existing deep-learning methods Paper: (v/)
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MIT CSAIL Oct 22
"No one in the brief history of computing has ever written a piece of perfect software. It's unlikely that you'll be the first." - Andy Hunt
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MIT CSAIL Oct 21
What if we could train robots to be more stable geniuses? MIT's SwingBot uses tactile sensors to grip a new object between its finger & swing it up to virtually any pose. VIDEO:
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MIT CSAIL Oct 21
"One of the best programming skills you can have is knowing when to walk away for awhile." -Oscar Godson
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MIT CSAIL Oct 21
MIT's novel 3D design tool enables better embedded electronics:
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MIT CSAIL Oct 20
Google Translate can't recover lost languages. But MIT's new ML model can, thanks to machine learning. Details:
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MIT CSAIL Oct 20
7 ways to avoid overfitting in (v/): 1️⃣ Train your model on more data 2️⃣ Augment your dataset 3️⃣ Make your model simpler 4️⃣ Stop the learning process 5️⃣ Standardize input data 6️⃣ Use Dropouts 7️⃣ L1 & L2 regularization Thread 👇
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MIT CSAIL Oct 20
ML models depend on data that companies often don't want to share w/competitors. PrivacyFL is a simulator for secure federated learning - a method that lets orgs train and learn from shared models:
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MIT CSAIL Oct 19
"Writing software as if we are the only person that ever has to comprehend it is one of the biggest mistakes and false assumptions that can be made." - Karolina Szczur
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