To be fair though, I love that mastodon gives you a direct plug to like minded people. And I really like that.
But even though I very much enjoy Bob's long rants on people skills in the tech world, or Alice's thoughts on the future of AI, I never want to see what their cat just did or that they traveled to Paris during the weekend.
Does mastodon serve a purpose?
Some call it their 'home' on the internet, but I can't help but feel indifferent to / uninterested by other people's lives. I only want to read about other people's (big) experiences and tech related topics, but not about some random cat or an update on what a stranger had for breakfast.
I feel guilty if wasting my own time reading my feeds here, because I see (mostly) nothing of personal value to me.
Maybe this just isn't my thing?
Note: you have to run the network for about 300 epochs to see the boundary
What is causing the round shape of the classification boundary? [see link]
I understand that the individual decision boundaries of the hidden nodes form a polygon, but what causes that polygon boundary to become so smooth and round? Is it some magic performed by the nonlinear activation function?
CS grad student that loves climbing, programming, cooking, reading, and DIY. Trying to improve my code, knowledge, and self.
This Mastodon instance is for people interested in technology. Discussions aren't limited to technology, because tech folks shouldn't be limited to technology either!