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The Amazing Power of Word Vectors

<b>By Adrian Colyer, Venture Partner, Accel.</b><p>For today’s post, I’ve drawn material not just from one paper, but from five! The subject matter is …

Tutorial: How to detect spurious correlations, and how to find the real ones

10 types of regressions. Which one to use?

Deep Learning for Chatbots, Part 1 – Introduction

<b>By Denny Britz, WildML.</b><p>Chatbots, also called Conversational Agents or Dialog Systems, are a hot topic. Microsoft is making big bets on chatbots, and …

Machine Learning

Data Is Not The Same As Truth: Interpretation In The Big Data Era

One of the most common misconceptions of the “big data” world is that from data comes irrefutable truth. Yet, any given piece of data records only a small fragment of our existence and the same piece of data can often support multiple conclusions depending on how it is interpreted. What does this …

New York Times

Get Hypnotized by These Winsome GIFs

All GIFs are animated, but Eran Mendel's feel alive.<p>GIFs are the perfect vehicle for joy. There's just something about their endless, elegant simplicity that's mesmerizing and delightful, and these joyous qualities are exemplified in the work of artist and animator Eran Mendel. The beauty in his …


How not to regret your career, from the head of Silicon Valley's greatest startup factory

Y Combinator President Sam Altman looked onto the room of 3,000 interns at Internapalooza in San Francisco on Thursday night, and delivered good news — to only one person.<p>"Someone in this room I am very confident is going to found a multi-billion dollar company that will change the world in a very …

Silicon Valley

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The 10 Best American Cities For Foodies

Travelers love to eat. That's why, every year in our Readers' Choice Survey, we ask our readers to rate the U.S. cities that have the best restaurants. This year, we were surprised by some of the winners in our Top 20. We think you will be too. Agree with their picks? Disagree? Want to see your …


8 Things We Simply Don't Understand About the Human Brain

Trying Not to Try: How to Cultivate the Paradoxical Art of Spontaneity Through the Chinese Concept of Wu-Wei

<i>“The best way to get approval is not to need it,”</i> Hugh MacLeod memorably counseled. We now know that perfectionism kills creativity and excessive goal-setting limits our success rather than begetting it — all different manifestations of the same deeper paradox of the human condition, at once …

National Geographic Travel

100 Diagrams That Changed the World

Since the dawn of recorded history, we’ve been using visual depictions to map the Earth, order the heavens, make sense of time, dissect the human body, organize the natural world, perform music, and even concretize abstract concepts like consciousness and love. <b>100 Diagrams That Changed the World</b></i> …


Spread the Cute:<p>The QTE comes in all shapes and sizes. Here are some petite prosh peeps!<p>Via the tasteful folks @ My Modern Met.<p>Advertisements<p>13creepy …


How Music Works

Music. It’s hard to imagine life without it. How flat would a world be where films have no scores, birthdays no ‘Happy Birthday,’ Christmas no carols, gym workouts no playlists? Music is so ubiquitous and affects us so deeply, so powerfully. But how much do we really know about it? How well do we …

Happy 100th birthday, Albert Camus! The legendary philosopher on happiness and unhappiness – timeless wisdom from his private notebooks: http://www.brainpickings.org/index.php/2013/11/07/albert-camus-notebooks-happiness/

Watch These 13 Amazing Documentaries On Netflix Instant And Abandon All Hope Of Productivity

1. Man on Wire<p>I avoided Man on Wire for a few years – something about an Oscar-winning documentary on a French tightrope walker who crossed the Twin …