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Like any kind of climate-related change, it’s too late to stop the train of warming that’s already moving forward.
OUR CLIMATE-CHANGE FUTURE IS HEREHEATHER HANSMANSEPTEMBER 11, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
To break into Lorenz’s elusive inner circle, Mia cozies up to him, and Jasper’s flatmate Niklas, it turns out, is the guy from the train.
Show the AI a few frames of a train pulling out of a station and then ask it to generate the next few frames in the sequence, for example.
The platform lets data scientists create and train models on vast quantities of unstructured text as well as other kinds of data.
It gives you a red, yellow or green code based on your data and it has to be green for you to get on a train, say, or enter a store.
We tried to convince local health authorities that they have to do this contact tracing work, even if the numbers are high, because it’s important to break any infection train in this outbreak.
The great hope for apps is that they can capture contact with strangers—for example, if someone has spent an extended period of time near an infected person on a train or bus.
Toting a couple of bags of groceries that he’d bought for his family with his employee discount, he walked to the subway and boarded the uncrowded train to go home.
The company says DeepSpeed can help developers train models 15 times larger and 10 times faster using the same computing resources.
I live in a town, Fort Collins, Colorado, that is known for having a train line that runs literally through the middle of town and creates subsequent traffic backups.
HONEY, I GREW THE ECONOMY (EP. 399)STEPHEN J. DUBNERDECEMBER 5, 2019FREAKONOMICS

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