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Yannis Roussos
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[Trying to innovate.. failing.. and trying again..]*
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The surprisingly logical minds of babies
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Super smart ad :-)

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A family is gathered around the dinner table: Dad and the kids have spaghetti on their plates, Mom is standing, serving spoon in hand. She cocks her head to the side and with a broad smile declares, "Don’t thank me, thank the savings." The family freezes and a Geico logo appears hovering over the table as a voice intones, "You can’t skip this Geico ad, because it’s already over." But the scene isn’t actually frozen — the family dog ambles up, slurping spaghetti off Dad’s fork. Human eyes dart nervously, but bodies and smiles stay plastered in place. Realizing his impunity, the shaggy beast climbs onto the table, gobbling up noodles, knocking over the salad, and generally causing mayhem.

The ad, which won a Grand Prix at Cannes this year, cleverly manipulates the conventions of YouTube advertising: a short, often skippable marketing message that runs before the video you actually want to watch.
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Dilbert - Value of a startup idea
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In the last few years, there have been incredible success applying Recurrent Neural Networks (RNNs) to a variety of problems, such as speech recognition, language modeling, translation, image captioning and more. 

Essential to these successes is the use of a very special kind of recurrent neural network architecture called Long Short Term Memory (LSTM), which accounts for long-term dependencies and relationships in data in order to produce amazing results. 

But what are LTSMs, and how do they work? In a blog post, linked below, Google intern +Christopher Olah gives an overview of LSTMs, explaining why and how they work so well. 
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