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Greg d'Eon @ NeurIPS
PhD student at studying behavioural game theory. Former / . Love biking and music. He/him.
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Greg d'Eon @ NeurIPS Dec 6
Thank you, (and the rest of Canada), for putting on such a beautiful ceremony today.
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Greg d'Eon @ NeurIPS Dec 6
Replying to @fhuszar @jasondeon_
Hey look what I got you for Christmas
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Greg d'Eon @ NeurIPS Dec 4
Trying to get everything done this week before NeurIPS is crazy, but at least there's a CARLY RAE JEPSEN TINY DESK CONCERT AAAA
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Greg d'Eon @ NeurIPS Dec 3
Replying to @XandaSchofield
oh no
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Greg d'Eon @ NeurIPS Dec 2
Replying to @_julesh_
Sounds like 6 months of very interesting tweets
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Greg d'Eon @ NeurIPS Dec 1
would be proud
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Greg d'Eon @ NeurIPS Dec 1
Congrats, ! Making NS proud :)
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Paul Niehaus Nov 26
we often under-teach the process (vs the techniques) of doing research. here is how I currently advise my PhD students. work in progress.
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Greg d'Eon @ NeurIPS Nov 25
Replying to @lexi_lambda
Celeste!
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Greg d'Eon @ NeurIPS Nov 25
Replying to @buggymcbugfix
Shower thought: Jacob Collier has this ridiculous Super Ultra Hyper Mega Meta Lydian scale, which puts together 4 notes of each Lydian scale: [C D E F#] [G A B C#] [D E F# G#] [A B C# D#]... So brighter scales exist, too!
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Greg d'Eon @ NeurIPS Nov 24
Replying to @buggymcbugfix
I think the real answer is "because those are the notes in the modes". The interesting part is: why is there only one mode that's "brighter" (more sharps than major) when there are so many that are "darker" (more flats)? I have no idea.
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Greg d'Eon @ NeurIPS Nov 20
This is an awesome example. Thanks!
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Greg d'Eon @ NeurIPS Nov 20
Replying to @oulasvirta
Really interesting, thanks!
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Greg d'Eon @ NeurIPS Nov 20
Replying to @oulasvirta
I would love to see your NeurIPS reading list!
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Greg d'Eon @ NeurIPS Nov 16
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Greg d'Eon @ NeurIPS Nov 15
AAMAS 2020 paper: submitted! Now, back to real life...
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Greg d'Eon @ NeurIPS Nov 14
.'s No Fear No More is song of the year
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UBC Computer Science Nov 14
Join us on Nov 21 at 3:30 pm for the Early Career Invited Lecture featuring Ellen Vitercik from CMU. She will be giving a talk on 'Machine Learning as a Tool for Algorithm Design':
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Greg d'Eon @ NeurIPS Nov 13
Thanks, , for such a great conference - learned a lot and met some awesome people :)
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