Diese Woche auch mit Videos. Leseseitig knabbere ich immer noch am Wait-But-Why-Artikel.
The Times Sharply Increases Articles Open for Comments, Using Google’s Technology
The New York Times uses Machine Learning to pre-sort submitted comments in their moderation queue and plans to eventually auto-approve those with high likelihood for potential approval #machinelearnallthethings
History by lawsuit: After Gawker’s demise, the “inventor of e-mail” targets Techdirt
Hard stuff. The guy who claims to have invented email sues left and right to make it so – right now he sues Techdirt. Judging from the Ars Technica piece, it’s all about the exact definition of electronic, sorry, email. (»“He is trying to make a definition of e-mail which would exclude everything before his system,” said Haigh in an interview«). For my part, this all is highly doubtable and shady…
Musings on sizeof
I wasn’t 100% clear on the runtime/compile-time distinction
Was it ET on the line? Or just a comet?
A SETI.org astronomer rejecting the proposal of a 2016 paper suggesting that the Wow! Signal was created by a comet. Why did this paper gain traction now?
It Was Inevitable, Really: Netflix Is Turning Into HBO
The parallels between Netflix and HBO; all because Netflix canceled two (very great) shows…?! Well…
The Rise of the Machines – Why Automation is Different this Time [VIDEO]
Why the automation of the 21st century, the automAItion, is different then the one of the last century. I like Kurzgesagt’s videos!
Wonder Woman Theme – Why It Evokes Intense Power [VIDEO]
Was wondering about the theme, which I found very iconic.
Check Your Schadenfreude [VIDEO]
How collective schadenfreude in the internet age is connected to Trump
Neuralink and the Brain’s Magical Future
Tim Urban in his typical Whait But Why style about the human brain and (eventually) neuralink, Elon Musk’s latest thing. Still reading this one, it’s so long!