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Alex Mordvintsev
Mad Scientist at Google, creator. Designing Self-Organising Systems.
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Alex Mordvintsev 18h
Replying to @jyzg
Thank you!
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Alex Mordvintsev 19h
I've grown to enjoy incorrect behaviours more
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Alex Mordvintsev 21h
Replying to @clownfeuer
Yes
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Alex Mordvintsev 21h
Replying to @manjulh
I only have a preview, that I'll remake after getting feedback
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Alex Mordvintsev 21h
Replying to @zzznah
It's ridiculously simple, just remove the bias from the last CA layer (that produces incremental updates)! How didn't I think of this earlier!?
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Alex Mordvintsev 22h
Nice side effect of doing a video tutorial: I've found a simpler CA design that produces more stable, and sometimes even *exactly stable* patterns!
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Alex Mordvintsev Sep 19
Here is an unlisted draft of the tutorial video, my first attempt. I'll make the final version in a few days. The main idea I wanted to convey is that exploring new ideas is easy and fun. Looking for your feedback!
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Alex Mordvintsev Sep 17
Replying to @yemeen
Imagine my confusion when I learned that there were two Andrei Markovs - father and son.
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Alex Mordvintsev Sep 17
Replying to @zzznah
Underground recording studio
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Alex Mordvintsev Sep 17
Replying to @EdBaban
I'll share once it has content)
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Alex Mordvintsev Sep 17
Working on a "life-coding" video tutorial on Neural CA, and omg being youtube'r is hard
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Alex Mordvintsev Sep 16
Replying to @Grady_Booch
or "Differentiable Programming Design Patterns"
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Alex Mordvintsev Sep 16
I support hiding all cars underground and leaving streets for people and bikes.
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Alex Mordvintsev Sep 15
I'm not affiliated with this video but that's exactly how I want Differentiable Self-Organisation to be visualized!
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Alex Mordvintsev Sep 9
I've realized the difference between Art and Science. In Art one doesn't have to give credits 👌
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Alex Mordvintsev Sep 9
Textures on 3d models look super familiar 😉
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Alex Mordvintsev Sep 7
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Alex Mordvintsev Sep 7
Explanation: this is what happens if we damage the "persistent" (but not "regenerating") model from our previous article
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Alex Mordvintsev Sep 7
Replying to @RorroArt17
Yes
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