Links for January 21st

Here are some links I found interesting this week.

[2212.10496] Precise Zero-Shot Dense Retrieval without Relevance Labels

Arnaud Bertrand on Twitter: "Emmanuel Todd, one of the greatest French intellectuals today, claims that the "Third World War has started." Small 🧵 translating the most important points in this fascinating interview. https://t.co/eYdKoBJx7B" / Twitter

Vitiligo. (Any views expressed in the below are… | by Arthur Hayes | Jan, 2023 | Entrepreneur's Handbook

A primer on perpetuals

When Machines Change Art | Aaron Hertzmann’s blog

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1500 Archers on a 28.8: Network Programming in Age of Empires and Beyond

How Nvidia’s CUDA Monopoly In Machine Learning Is Breaking - OpenAI Triton And PyTorch 2.0

Phenaki – Google Research

3-Methylmethcathinone - Wikipedia

iGPU Cache Setups Compared, Including M1 – Chips and Cheese

LangChain Chat

(2) Let's build GPT: from scratch, in code, spelled out. - YouTube

[2301.07093] GLIGEN: Open-Set Grounded Text-to-Image Generation

The Best GPUs for Deep Learning in 2023 — An In-depth Analysis

[2301.06627] Dissociating language and thought in large language models: a cognitive perspective

(1) STOP HEEL JUDDER NOW (advanced snowboarding tips) - YouTube

Buy Rotating Residential Proxies | Oxylabs

[2301.07733] Learning-Rate-Free Learning by D-Adaptation

Library Genesis: Wesley R. Gray, Jack R. Vogel - Quantitative Momentum: A Practitioner’s Guide to Building a Momentum-Based Stock Selection System

ScrapeOps Proxy Aggregator | ScrapeOps

The Decline of the West - Wikipedia

[2212.00616] Extensible Prompts for Language Models

Svalbard Global Seed Vault - Wikipedia