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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 10 Apr 23

Jordan Hall retweeted: @alexandrosM @moraitakis @brave AI in Brave Browser effort is already going, along with Brave Search which was using LLMs before this year and now summarizes when it can, and cites sources. What you are pointing to is important, and the train is leaving the station; we are on board.

Jordan Hall retweeted: @alexandrosM @moraitakis @brave AI in Brave Browser effort is already going, along with Brave Search which was using LLMs before this year and now summarizes when it can, and cites sources. What you are pointing to is important, and the train is leaving the station; we are on board.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 10 Apr 23

Hell of a thread. Quoted feed from @dsawyer Alan is right about a lot of things on this topic. He’s wrong about this one. Shame doesn’t motivate, it paralyzes (by design). Making someone ashamed of their weight doesn’t motivate them to lose, it motivates them to hide. Here’s how I started losing after decades of trying: 🧵

Hell of a thread. Quoted feed from @dsawyer Alan is right about a lot of things on this topic. He’s wrong about this one. Shame doesn’t motivate, it paralyzes (by design). Making someone ashamed of their weight doesn’t motivate them to lose, it motivates them to hide. Here’s how I started losing after decades of trying: 🧵


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 10 Apr 23

Jordan Hall retweeted: Bold proposal from @tylercowen: perhaps folks who are good at training neural networks with stochastic gradient descent are not, in fact, also the best people to figure out how to manage a complex and risky technology transition… marginalrevolution.com/margi…

Jordan Hall retweeted: Bold proposal from @tylercowen: perhaps folks who are good at training neural networks with stochastic gradient descent are not, in fact, also the best people to figure out how to manage a complex and risky technology transition… marginalrevolution.com/margi…


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 9 Apr 23

Worth considering. Reifying through code. Feels very fruitful. Quoted feed from @yishan @yishan This MIGHT be a crucial bridge pointing the way towards training LLMs to reflect better truth/false distinction (hence reasoning), perhaps by linking natural language to forcing it to write code that expresses (or checks) what it is claiming.

Worth considering. Reifying through code. Feels very fruitful. Quoted feed from @yishan @yishan This MIGHT be a crucial bridge pointing the way towards training LLMs to reflect better truth/false distinction (hence reasoning), perhaps by linking natural language to forcing it to write code that expresses (or checks) what it is claiming.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 9 Apr 23

Interesting. I don’t know one way or the other. @BretWeinstein – did you get any clarity? Quoted feed from @hollymathnerd If you’re curious what Musk’s statements on why he is/was f’ing with S*bst*ck links actually mean, I wrote a short explainer. The site is not dangerous or phishing. Just click through to read if he’s had another mood swing and they’re blocked again. hollymathnerd.substack.com/p…

Interesting. I don’t know one way or the other. @BretWeinstein – did you get any clarity? Quoted feed from @hollymathnerd If you’re curious what Musk’s statements on why he is/was f’ing with S*bst*ck links actually mean, I wrote a short explainer. The site is not dangerous or phishing. Just click through to read if he’s had another mood swing and


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 9 Apr 23

Jordan Hall retweeted: What kind of terrible person would you have to be to hoax the death of a political prisoner? For the record, Assange is alive and needs our help. We have failed him so far. #PardonAssangeNow

Jordan Hall retweeted: What kind of terrible person would you have to be to hoax the death of a political prisoner? For the record, Assange is alive and needs our help. We have failed him so far. #PardonAssangeNow


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 5 Apr 23

This is the key insight. Quoted feed from @whatifalthist @whatifalthist I said before, as opposed to Zeihan’s thesis, that the US dollar basically had to collapse given the US would subconsciously push to the point where it would fail, no matter how far

This is the key insight. Quoted feed from @whatifalthist @whatifalthist I said before, as opposed to Zeihan’s thesis, that the US dollar basically had to collapse given the US would subconsciously push to the point where it would fail, no matter how far


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 5 Apr 23

What is the jurisprudence of “Community Notes”? How is this evolved (ie what is its governance)?

What is the jurisprudence of “Community Notes”? How is this evolved (ie what is its governance)?


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 4 Apr 23

Nope Appalachia.

Nope Appalachia.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 4 Apr 23

I have an N of 1 here, but I moved to a small town (pop 8k) a few months back and the level and quality of conversation is as good as anywhere I’ve been (including Boston, SF, Berlin, London).

I have an N of 1 here, but I moved to a small town (pop 8k) a few months back and the level and quality of conversation is as good as anywhere I’ve been (including Boston, SF, Berlin, London).


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