Interesting, in 2019 JetBrains saw 87% of Python devs using Python3, up from around 75% last year
Really interesting paper exploring adversarial inputs to ML models: https://arxiv.org/abs/1905.02175
* It's a property of the input data, not the training
* You can even train a model on non-robust features and obtain a model that works well on the original input data!
@ColinTheMathmo Difference in ease of falsification?
It is proven! I am seanlane on Keybase: https://keybase.io/seanlane/sigchain#1d21116ce6ef440ca3d0c2eeaa7199c32b9831f951b671bf12c0c5030cc037a60f
@funkeh Can I snag Rayquaza?
@ColinTheMathmo I enjoyed Networks, Crowds, and Markets; it provides an approachable intro to both graph and game theory:
Mercenaries: Playground of Destruction
Nothing too groundbreaking, but definitely my favorites
Cool new GitHub project, collect your info and data from various sources and display locally on a chronological timeline:
@uliwitness It's can be a hassle, but another option is using Docker to build what you need in an isolated container
@alexcleac Haven't had a chance to play with it, but does seem interesting. Keeping access firewalled to the local network and accessing via VPN might ease the security risks.
@wdavery unless you're allow to run python, then you could install it directly? Not sure, never done it that way. We've been using Caddy server which has a git hook directive that connects with gitlab, so anytime the master branch changes, the server automatically pulls the new changes and rebuilds the site.
@wdavery cool, glad to help. Yeah, with shared housing, you'd have to generate the static site times and then copy to the server.
@wdavery Been playing with mkdocs, which does the same thing but with Python instead of NodeJs. Not sure if there's a huge difference in feature set, but my tech stack revolves around python so it tends to be my standard default
Info for new users: if possible, please add a quick description to the images you're posting, it helps our friends who user some #Accessibility tools like screenreaders! Most apps have support for it, the webview definitely does, and it doesn't need to be too much info.
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