Seneca, or how this is another several minutes of our worthless lives we will never get back, or maybe we will, in another life, somewhere

Was just prompted to poke into another of my past lives by a tweet which referred to a blog post about the Stoic philosopher Seneca. The blog post in question is a fairly cookie-cut Positive Thinking piece of semi-great/semi-bullshit quoting said philosopher. Don’t get me wrong, I already like Maria‘s material (twitter following), just this one gives me a little cognitive...

Recurrent Neural Network writes Semantic Web Specification

The other day danbri brought Recurrent Neural Networks to my attention, linking to the post Lisls Stis: Recurrent Neural Networks for Folk Music Generation. Now although I’ve always had one eye on AI stuff, I missed RNNs. They’re pretty amazing, check The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Recurrent Neural Networks.  I’ve been meaning to get back into signals a bit (FFT etc) especially...