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Update #96

Have a scroll. Stumble upon a new trigger. Read a bit.
Update #96
By Dries Bultynck • Issue #96 • View online
Have a scroll. Stumble upon a new trigger. Read a bit.

The Discomfort Zone
Knowledge is a stone-age concept, we’re better off without it – David Papineau | Aeon Essays
Chinese military to replace Windows OS amid fears of US hacking | ZDNet
Decarbonising UK economy will cost £1 trillion, cannot be delayed - Hammond - Reuters
More than 21m homes in the UK alone depend on natural gas for heating and/or cooking. Replacing that infrastructure with zero-carbon solutions would result in a remarkable large-scale effort. For the sake of argument, say it takes 8 person-days to replace the gas heating infrastructure in a home with something that is zero carbon. That is about triple the time it takes to install a new gas boiler and would result in 150m days of work to physically do the replacement or about 1 million years of work. This alone could create 200,000 highly skilled installation jobs for five years, let alone the ancillary roles around it.
The new American religion of UFOs
Video: Sustainable City | Fully Charged
And some Creative Candy ...
too close this update… ML is everywhere.
Autonomous Drifting using Machine Learning
Autonomous Drifting using Machine Learning
Reinforcement Learning to Quadrotor Control
Reinforcement Learning to Quadrotor Control
That’s it for this week.
d - out.
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