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A mathematical pattern that fails after about 10^43 examples (wordpress.com) Math
35 points by fanf2 2 hours ago | 2 comments
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Ytdl-webserver: Webserver for downloading YouTube videos. Ready for docker (github.com) Programming
35 points by setra 3 hours ago | 16 comments
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Inside the eight desperate weeks that saved SpaceX from ruin (arstechnica.com) Science
77 points by Tomte 4 hours ago | 3 comments
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Visual GraphQL editor (github.com) Programming
124 points by aexol 7 hours ago | 17 comments
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The hierarchy of countries winning Nobels in the sciences is shifting (economist.com) Politics Science
17 points by sajid 2 hours ago | 10 comments
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Nvidia vid2vid: high-resolution photorealistic video-to-video translation (github.com) AI/Machine Learning
245 points by davedx 10 hours ago | 113 comments
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Vbuild: “Compile” Vue components to standalone HTML/JS/CSS (github.com) Programming Python
41 points by manatlan 6 hours ago | 19 comments
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Small H264/SVC public domain encoder (github.com) AI/Machine Learning
73 points by lieff 7 hours ago | 4 comments
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Surfacing: For Hackers, Anonymity Was Once Critical. That’s Changing (nytimes.com) Security
85 points by extarial 8 hours ago | 47 comments
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Praying mantis seen hunting for fish in wild for first time ever (co.uk) Science
31 points by HillaryBriss 3 hours ago | 12 comments
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Can the EU become another AI superpower? (economist.com) AI/Machine Learning
19 points by PretzelFisch 3 hours ago | 22 comments
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Oracles, or why smart contracts still haven’t changed the world? (smartdec.net) Blockchain
44 points by discovan 7 hours ago | 34 comments
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Basic Security Guide for non-profits and journalists (techsolidarity.org) Security Politics Mobile
47 points by ColinWright 9 hours ago | 36 comments
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White House Drafts Order to Probe Google, Facebook Practices (bloombergquint.com) Facebook Google Politics
77 points by Jerry2 4 hours ago | 78 comments
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What Could You Build with Just $10,000? (hackernoon.com) Startups
68 points by yarapavan 4 hours ago | 42 comments
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Lambda lifting (wikipedia.org) Programming
61 points by agumonkey 8 hours ago | 16 comments
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Goodbye cars, hello colour: the great reinvention of city intersections (theguardian.com) Politics
28 points by Tomte 4 hours ago | 4 comments
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Goss – Quick and Easy server validation (github.com) Linux
20 points by mountainview 7 hours ago | 5 comments
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Japan's rovers ready for touchdown on asteroid (bbc.com) Science
84 points by jonbaer 7 hours ago | 9 comments
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Postgres 11 – a First Look (craigkerstiens.com) Databases
339 points by samaysharma 19 hours ago | 159 comments
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Trucking Is the Security Crisis You Never Noticed (foreignpolicy.com) Amazon
5 points by molecule 1 hours ago | 2 comments
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We’re Not Ready for Mars (longreads.com) Science
10 points by animo 1 hours ago | 12 comments
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Practical guide to hyperparameters search for deep learning models (floydhub.com) AI/Machine Learning
59 points by ReDeiPirati 7 hours ago | 2 comments
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Functional core, imperative shell (destroyallsoftware.com) Programming
349 points by fagnerbrack 20 hours ago | 105 comments
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Ecuador wanted to make Julian Assange a diplomat and send him to Moscow (arstechnica.com) Politics
11 points by okket 3 hours ago | 0 comments
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NewSQL databases fail to guarantee consistency and I blame Spanner (blogspot.com) Databases
473 points by evanweaver 5 hours ago | 278 comments
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A forgotten hero stopped the My Lai massacre 50 years ago (latimes.com) Politics
233 points by DoreenMichele 22 hours ago | 87 comments
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White House is considering antitrust investigation into 'online platform bias' (businessinsider.com) Google Politics
11 points by mudil 3 hours ago | 1 comments
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iPhone XS is faster than an iMac Pro on the Speedometer 2.0 JavaScript benchmark (twitter.com) Mobile
17 points by mpweiher 4 hours ago | 1 comments
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Hurricane Maria Killed as Many American Citizens as 9/11 Did (warisboring.com) Politics
50 points by vinnyglennon 5 hours ago | 29 comments
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