(I like big drones and I cannot lie)
- Nothing particular on the algo:
Autonomous Air Combat Operations team created algorithms for the flight that took millions of hours to mature in simulations
- Deployed a semi-autonomous traffic control system in late June (Capt. Terrence McKenna!)
A not-so-brand-spanking-new prescriber’s guide.
- MAOIs remain a valuable tool in treating atypical depression (not only, though)
- Which, as we remember, is linked to hypoactivation of HPA axis:
- chronic MAOIs activate HPA, and I shit you not — it’s a two-way feedback loop: HPA hyperactivation promotes MAO activity, and vice versa
A nice cognitive framework not only for research, but for approaching almost any complex problem/task. Kind of a separate case of DBT acronym skills, but for thinking!
The authors ponder on several topics:
- Stop trying to create human-level AI using machine learning, it’s largely intractable
- Human cognition is a form of computation? And more, one that can be replicated in a machine? Not so fast, Dorothy
- The authors also show that the products of AI-as-engineering are not genuine or accurate models of human cognition, but rather decoys that induce distorted and impoverished images of ourselves and our thinking
- AI can provide useful computational tools (such as frameworks, concepts, formalisms, models, proofs, simulations, etc.) that support theory building and testing in cognitive science, but only used with care
- Computationalism (the idea that cognition is a form of computation) can be informative for cognitive science, but it does not imply computerism (the idea that cognition can be realised in machines)
Free limited LLM API access by ChimeraGPT
Using it for testing (and (shitty) reposts).
Again, reminding of awesome explorable explanations!
P.S. TFW you postpone writing to do longer posts to find out you put out almost none 🥲
P.P.S. The Aboriginals had always used boomerangs*. Do the Aboriginals born after 2000 use* zoomerangs*?* 🤔