also some physical theories which are summarised as
the future is a function of the past.
the difference to E=MCC is that the later one actually contains physical entities and that 'Factor' is often not well defined.
It’s kind of funny.
The man who sent an army to kill and rape people in your country?
The man who planned to crash a nation by starving it?
You know, people from your history lessons actually lived like you and I do and some of them still do, as do their families.
Firstly, I am staunchly anti-Stalinist, anti-communist, and anti-socialist. I’ve been to former Soviet states and seen the devastation that Stalin and his ilk wrought.
Secondly, the library is a wordplay on the name of the city (or perhaps the well-known battle) of Stalingrad. That’s already a step removed from being named after Stalin.
Thirdly, stop trying to turn the world into a humourless wasteland. The policing of jokes of questionable taste screams of moral panic.
Might as well name your VR SDK Holodomor.
> PlaidML uses a language called Tile to construct GPU kernels. When used to express machine learning operations, the Tile language is reasonably close to mathematical notation, while also being amenable to conversion into optimized GPU kernels. In addition, all operations expressed in Tile can be be automatically differentiated.
> Tile and PlaidML are still in early development and the Tile language is actively changing to add new functionality.
“Our backend produces custom kernels for each specific operation on each GPU. It does this through an intermediate language called Tile. Tile is a simple, compact language for describing machine learning operations in a way that can be efficiently implemented on parallel computing architectures.”
i need another language to program machine learning in like i need another hole in my head.
It's like they couldn't agree on which syntax to use, so they decided to use them all.
Python if a popular scientific language and a rising star for machine learning. I'd be surprised if it can take the data analysis mantle from R, but matrix handling in NumPy may challenge MATLAB and communication tools like IPython are very attractive and a step into the future of reproducibility.