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Mimi Gehin, a director’s assistant for global production company Stink Films, lives with five other people in a warehouse in East London.
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That shared trait, he said, may help researchers find a way to get proof assistants to, in some sense, explain themselves.
HOW CLOSE ARE COMPUTERS TO AUTOMATING MATHEMATICAL REASONING?STEPHEN ORNESAUGUST 27, 2020QUANTA MAGAZINE
Fitbit had more success with the $200 Versa, released in 2018, and last year’s follow up, the Versa 2, which first added the ability to connect with Amazon’s digital assistant Alexa.
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Hannah Kerner is an assistant research professor at the University of Maryland in College Park.
TOO MANY AI RESEARCHERS THINK REAL-WORLD PROBLEMS ARE NOT RELEVANTAMY NORDRUMAUGUST 18, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
He had to bring back custodial workers, teaching assistants, principals and teachers.
THE LEARNING CURVE: ONE SCHOOL DISTRICT STAYED OPEN – AND DIDN’T HAVE PROBLEMSWILL HUNTSBERRYAUGUST 13, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
They had become acquainted more than two years earlier, Mead as an undergraduate at Barnard College, Benedict as her teaching assistant.
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An assistant manager at the Manhattan grocery store where he’d worked for 25 years, he closed up shop for the night.
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Hubbard has twice served in government — in the early 1990s as deputy assistant secretary for tax analysis in the Treasury.
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