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(A #mathematician called #Klein #Thought the #Moebius strip quite divine. Said he when you glue The edges of two, You'll get a #weird bottle like mine.)
Yoshua Bengio, one of the so-called “godfathers of AI,” said universities aren't getting the recognition they deserve when it comes to AI research. Bengio, renowned for his early work in the 80s and 90s on a branch of AI known as deep…
The New York Times
– Nov 19, 6:28 PM
It's a rare person in America who doesn't know of someone with Alzheimer's disease. The most common type of dementia, it afflicts about 44 million people worldwide, including 5.5 million in the United States. Experts predict those numbers could…
– Nov 20, 11:42 AM
Conferences can be great. You get to learn the latest, meet new folks and exchange ideas. Here are a few guidelines to make them even better. You probably already know most of these, but we often need to be reminded more than we need to learn.
The year's notable fiction, poetry and nonfiction, selected by the editors of The New York Times Book Review. By Tayari Jones. $26.95. Algonquin. Roy and Celestial are a young black couple in Atlanta “on the come up,” as he puts it…