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Roger Chen Jun 20
Simulation analysis is an integral part of our protocol design process at and our friends at Gauntlet have been fantastic partners.
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Kevin Quennesson Jun 13
Replying to @swisspol
Felicitations! :)
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Kevin Quennesson Jun 10
Replying to @clattner_llvm
Swift could be a dream front-end given amazing LLVM core (and SIL, llbuild, ...), and replace the whole Typescript/Babel/emscripten nightmare in a heartbeat... in particular if one then wraps Tensorflow Swift into it ()!!
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Kevin Quennesson Jun 10
Replying to @qevni
Apple’s energy would be much better spent IMO cleaning up the web stack, like it did on top of Unix. Typescript -> WebAssembly compilation way more exciting than being able to edit UI props within Xcode...
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Kevin Quennesson Jun 10
Replying to @qevni
It’s sort of ironic that now Apple (with SwiftUI, Combine, layouts, ...) is now playing catch up to web, and choosing the proprietary route, while Microsoft builds Typescript, VSCode (btw an Electron app) at amazing pace.
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Kevin Quennesson Jun 10
Replying to @qevni
Now, that platform is web (WebAssembly, React, Redux, Babel, even WebGL/GPU). Jobs wanted iPhone dev to be web based in 07, but it was too early then. Early iPhone SDK was amazing, and web played catch up.
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Kevin Quennesson Jun 10
Another way to look at this: a real value of NeXT, Cocoa etc were a set of powerful and clean abstraction on top of Unix, which was open. Seemed like a winning bet against the orrendouness of Windows dev at the time.
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Kevin Quennesson May 30
Very exciting! :)
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Justin Kan May 29
1/ If you don’t have product-market fit, your startup is fucked. You probably don’t have it if: You aren’t growing You have high churn Your product is hard to sell Customers don’t seem to care that much Here are some simple steps to find product-market fit
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Sean J. Taylor May 16
This is the best thing I’ve ever read about the limitations and pitfalls of A/B testing: (written by six years ago and it holds up perfectly)
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Kevin Quennesson May 9
Replying to @SecurityGeorge
Congrats and good luck!!
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Brian Armstrong May 8
I just filled out a rental application in SF - what an inspiration to help accelerate the creation of the open financial system. Credit bureaus? - oof, so need to be disrupted. Identity verification? - share my data with another third party please
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Kevin Quennesson May 9
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Zach Shelby May 8
Straight from Google I/O, I'm happy to announce that and Google are joining forces to accelerate TinyML. We will be merging uTensor, the first open source embedded inference project, with TensorFlow Lite Micro.
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Xander Steenbrugge May 8
So I've been playing with 's 345M GPT-2 model using 's brilliant This actually feels like a completely new type of 'poetry': unpredictable, inventive and delightfully weird! Definately give it a spin 😋
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Salesforce Research May 8
Captivated audience for today's @ICLR2019 talk by at the booth. Missed it? Catch the video here 📹: .
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DeepMind May 6
For neural networks to be deployed in the real world, we need guarantees that our network satisfy desired specifications. We introduce a method to verify complex non-linear specifications: (Presented at tomorrow, 4:30-6:30pm, Great Hall BC)
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Zavain Dar May 6
Lux co open sourcing the "ImageNet for healthcare", RxRx1: 125,000 high quality fluorescent microscopy images. A competition atop this exact dataset during 2019 will be used to drive forward progress in this important domain
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Justin Kan Apr 26
Don’t underestimate trust as a necessary foundation to Getting Shit Done. I use to think skills were all that was important. But trust is a coefficient on your team’s productivity.
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Chris Lattner Apr 25
The video of the unveil of the Google MLIR compiler infrastructure is now available. It was a lot of fun getting to present with Tatiana, who is the tech lead and manager of the project. The talk showcases the work of many amazing engineers, thank you! 🎉
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