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Wow I sent some email feedback to https://codacy.com and they added it as a new feature to their product one week later. So cool.
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I helped do this :)
We’re always thinking about what’s ahead, but sometimes it’s important to look backwards. In that spirit, we’re proud to introduce http://com.google, available today. Made possible by new gTLDs (http://goo.gl/HolXqe), http://com.google gives us an opportunity to reflect on our efforts by flipping our results on their head (and y axis).

So take a minute out of your day to peek at the Search you know and love at http://com.google. It might just change your perspective.
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Today, countries all over the world are recognizing Data Privacy Day — known as Data Protection Day in Europe. Take a tour of one of our data centers to see how we’re safeguarding your data.

Learn more about protecting your privacy in the Google Safety Center: http://goo.gl/JBKqaY 

#DPD15 #SafeOnline
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The Neural Turing Machines paper is well worth reading, even if your interests lie more towards the TM part.

It took me several reads to appreciate it, but I find it exceedingly helpful to digest different computation models. Just as lambda calculus is a useful education (even though I don't program in it often), the NTM is a differentiable analog computer that makes you think about programs slightly differently.

On the N side, I find the idea of moving the design of recurrent neural networks closer to something we can reason about interesting. While the LSTM is a simple and incredibly effective model, I have found no insights by looking at a trained model. They work, but they are completely alien. NTMs on the other hand, could potentially be understood.

Towards understanding: I'm wondering if it is possible given a small ordinary computer language, to translate it minimally and faithfully into an NTM model. That would let us use the programming we know to give us a baseline that we can hold a gradient descent trainer to.
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This is Interesting. Automated airplane machine.

Join +I'm Programmer if you are programmer.
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My first open source Google code! If you read this file, you'll see my name in it. This is because I wrote a feature for Google's CSS Compiler.
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On vacation, and reading Mencken.  What a great refresher.
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“Not only do authors of negatively-evaluated content contribute more, but also their future posts are of lower quality, and are perceived by the community as such,”

https://medium.com/the-physics-arxiv-blog/aad9d49da238
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