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Mammalian brains function more at the level of ensembles of neurons

quoted by Charles Iliya Krempeaux on Mon Sep 2nd, 2013

Many Types of Neurons

quoted by Charles Iliya Krempeaux on Mon Sep 2nd, 2013

The Unreliability of Memory

quoted by Charles Iliya Krempeaux on Mon Sep 2nd, 2013

I'd like to see a closure equivalent for objects (and classes) in programming languages. Would be useful for creating mock objects. Other uses too. You would define the class (which could include subclassing, implementing interfaces, adding traits / mixins, etc) when you instantiate the object, as well as doing closures.

offhanded by Charles Iliya Krempeaux on Wed Aug 21st, 2013

The Turpentine Effect

quoted by Charles Iliya Krempeaux on Sat Aug 17th, 2013

In certain contexts, technical people use the labels technical people and non-technical people as polite way of saying smart and not-smart.

offhanded by Charles Iliya Krempeaux on Sat Aug 17th, 2013

Imagine a (smaller) drone (autonomous flying robot) you could keep with you. And then when need be, you could deploy it, and it would record whatever is happening to you.

offhanded by Charles Iliya Krempeaux on Sat Aug 17th, 2013

Tribalism an evolutionarily stable state for humans

quoted by Charles Iliya Krempeaux on Sat Aug 10th, 2013

Software Engineer Title Ladder

published by Charles Iliya Krempeaux on Fri Aug 9th, 2013

Science vs Engineering, in a nutshell

published by Charles Iliya Krempeaux on Mon Aug 5th, 2013

Colin Woodard's Map of the Real North American Nations

quoted by Charles Iliya Krempeaux on Sun Jul 21st, 2013

Goodhart's Law and Science

quoted by Charles Iliya Krempeaux on Sat Jun 8th, 2013

Goodhart's Law

quoted by Charles Iliya Krempeaux on Sat Jun 8th, 2013

PolyGlot (Un)Conference 2013

published by Charles Iliya Krempeaux on Sat May 25th, 2013

Cerebellum, A Description

quoted by Charles Iliya Krempeaux on Mon Apr 15th, 2013

The "bleeding" of a neuron's value to "near" neurons, for sparse distributed memories (SDM), has the feel of a self-organizing map (SOM).

offhanded by Charles Iliya Krempeaux on Tue Apr 9th, 2013

CPU-Bound Versus I/O-Bound Threads

quoted by Charles Iliya Krempeaux on Sun Apr 7th, 2013

When defragmenting memory or disk space, it is important to not only defragment the used memory or disk space, but also to defragment the unused memory or disk space. That way future memory or disk space allocations are less likely to be defragmented.

offhanded by Charles Iliya Krempeaux on Fri Mar 29th, 2013

Golang Hello World

published by Charles Iliya Krempeaux on Thu Mar 28th, 2013

Am I A Software Engineer Or Computer Scientist?

published by Charles Iliya Krempeaux on Wed Mar 27th, 2013