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How symmetry can come to the aid of machine learning | MIT News

Behrooz Tahmasebi — an MIT PhD student in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) and an affiliate of the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) — was taking a mathematics course on differential equations in late 2021 when a glimmer of inspiration struck. In that class, he learned for the first…

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Learning About DAO Governance From Aragon’s Crisis

While the product foundered, funds from the token launch were managed by the Aragon Association, a Swiss nonprofit, and grew to over $200 million in value due to the rally in eth. During a planned governance transition from the Aragon Association to the Aragon DAO, some activist investors (or “governance raiders,” as some like to…

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Epic v. Google: everything we’re learning live in Fortnite court

“Impairment means something is there, it’s being used, it just isn’t as good. Prevented means you shut it down.” Epic’s expert Bernheim argues that Google’s expert Gentzkow “ignores four critical aspects of Google’s conduct,” including: 1. Google impairs competition without preventing it entirely 2. Google’s conduct targets comeptition as it emerges 3. Google is dominant…

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Technique enables AI on edge devices to keep learning over time | MIT News

Personalized deep-learning models can enable artificial intelligence chatbots that adapt to understand a user’s accent or smart keyboards that continuously update to better predict the next word based on someone’s typing history. This customization requires constant fine-tuning of a machine-learning model with new data. Because smartphones and other edge devices lack the memory and computational…

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