pckswarms.ch - interesting uncommon events


Why not? I've seen your daily routine. You're not busy.

Dimitris Chloupis made a remarkably astute observation - Lisp is a factory for making programming languages; Smalltalk is a factory for making programming environments.

20 July 2018

Graphics

Graphics Programming Weekly.

Siggraph 2018 papers.

19 July 2018

Quantum

Cirq A Quantum Library in Python.

17 July 2018

Graphics

Mona Island in pbrt.

MS's AI for Earth.

Climate Scientists move from US to France.

16 July 2018

Macs

2018 MacBook Pro Review

2017 iMac Pro Review

2017 iMac Pro 18 core followup.

13 July 2018

Misc

Bloomberg is running a course on the Foundations of Machine Learning.

Moustiquaire - I don't mind flys. Turns out others do.

Smalltalks 2018 is in Salta Argentine

BlackMagic eGPU for Macs.

Schedulers - comparison between FreeBSD's ULE and Linuxes CFS scheduler.

10 July 2018

CS

How to Analyze billions of records per second on a single desktop pc.

Cloud9Trader

Slime Molds remember, but do they learn.

9 July 2018

AI

PythonRobotics

Pandas on Ray - Early lessions from Parallelizing Pandas.

8 July 2018

Graphics

Disney Animation Studios Datasets. Tres cool.

OpenEXR

OpenVDB

Computers

GraalSqueak.

zfs on MacOS

AI

PlantVillage Raw Data.

Robosat Generic ecosystem for feature extraction from aerial and satellite imagery

04 July 2018

AI

AdamW and Super-convergence is now the fastest way to train neural nets

Microsoft Research Open Data.

Weather/Climate

How machine learning could help to improve climate forecasts

The Rise of teh RoboMeteorologist

How DarkSky is Changing Weather Forecasting with Machine Learning.

DarkSky

Using AI for better weather answers.

Nature

Thai Cave Rescue.

AI

The machine that builds itself: how the strengths of Lisp Family Languages....

CPUs

Speculating about speculation.

Temporal side-channels.

Accelerating microarchitectureal attacks with the GPU.

Graphics

Real Time Raytracing for games, etc.

Cars

Porsche shatters the NurburgRing record. He was going very very fast....


Bruce O'Neel

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