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Shan Carter
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Shan Carter 18h
Thanks!
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Amit Patel 20h
For the past three weeks I've been updating my web site design. To help me figure out the calculations for one and two column responsive layouts, I made some diagrams, which helped me find better ways of implementing what I wanted.
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Andy Matuschak Dec 9
I loved hearing ’s angle on steering machine learning as a working artist in this talk: . These sentence interpolations, in particular… he presented these at a workshop in August, and they're a notion I've kept returning to. Such possibility!
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Adam Roberts Dec 9
Excited to share my newest work for interpolating and sampling melodies, beats, and three-part song segments from a VAE! Listen to samples and create your own in the notebook (link in YT description) w/
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Ian Johnson Dec 8
I wrote a behind the scenes look at what it took to build Quick, Draw! and process one billion drawings on Google Cloud such a privilege to work with folks like and
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Shan Carter Dec 7
Replying to @Rich_Harris
Thanks for the help! :)
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Shan Carter Dec 7
Replying to @Rich_Harris
You mean constantly berating you on twitter for the great software you give away for free isn't the best way?
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Shan Carter Dec 7
Replying to @Rich_Harris
That seems better, but I was sort of hoping for something like "this.observe(["width", "height"], () => {})"
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Shan Carter Dec 7
Replying to @Rich_Harris
I was thinking of abusing computed properties with side effects and setting a fake property on my canvas element in the template, but that felt kinda icky.
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Shan Carter Dec 7
question: I have a canvas rendering function that needs to observe several independent variables (width, height, data). Can I "render()" the canvas reactively while ensuring if I set({width: blah, data: blah}) I don't trigger unnecessary renders()?
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ml4a Dec 6
ml4a has a new slack group. this is a forum to share projects, discuss research, and ask questions about machine learning for creative practice, as well as to participate in the development of . join us!
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deeplearn.js Dec 5
Don't forget to check out the interactive latent space explorer for the fonts model in the new distill post on augmenting human intelligence by +. We invite the OSS community to extend this UI to other generative deeplearn.js models.
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Shan Carter Dec 5
Replying to @Rich_Harris @donohoe
love that
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Shan Carter Dec 5
Replying to @Rich_Harris
yeah, the timeout is dumb, forgot to remove it :)
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Shan Carter Dec 5
Replying to @donohoe @Rich_Harris
I'd gladly use this, when it's available:
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Shan Carter Dec 5
Do you have any tricks for monitoring size of svelte components? I find myself having this sort of code quite a bit:
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deeplearn.js Dec 5
A new article by and using on augmenting human intelligent with AI. The original generative fonts model was trained and ported to the browser by .
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michael_nielsen Dec 4
New essay, with , in : "Using Artificial Intelligence to Augment Human Intelligence"
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Károly Zsolnai-Fehér Dec 3
How Do Neural Networks See The World? Pt 2. | Two Minute Papers #211
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David Leonhardt Dec 3
Big new economic study, on the problem of "Lost Einsteins." Our extreme inequality is almost certainly denying us important innovations. My column:
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