Typically you don’t want functions that take a lot of parameters,
and though there’s no magic number for how many is “too many”as it
depends a bit on what the function is doing. But when you have a
function that takes many parameters, there’s a good chance that the
function is not exactly “Single Responsibility” and is doing too
Proponents of Bayesian neural networks often claim that trained BNNs
output distributions which capture epistemic uncertainty. Epistemic
uncertainty is incredibly valuable for a wide variety of
applications, and we agree with the Bayesian approach in
general. However, we argue that BNNs require highly informative
priors to handle uncertainty. We show that if the prior does not
distinguish between functions that generalize and functions that
don’t, Bayesian inference cannot provide useful
uncertainties. This puts into question the standard argument that
“uninformative priors” are appropriate when the true prior
distribution is unknown.
In a fearsome new world where Obsidian pirates roam the Belt, famine
and genocide ravage Mars, and crime lords terrorise Luna, it's time
for Darrow and a cast of new characters from across the solar system
to face down the chaos that revolution has unleashed.
In the evening I started in Iron
the fourth book in the Red Rising series by Pierce Brown. I read the
first 3 books some time ago so it took me some effort to get into this
book. From the previous three I liked the first book, Red
Many people manage their tasks using a to-do list. Everything they
need need to work on at some point ends up on that list, and they
measure their productivity by looking at the number of tasks
completed in a certain amount of time. While I’m a big fan of
checklists—which have a clear
objective—I don’t think to-do lists should be managed the same way a
shopping list would. It’s great to have a place to dump all your
tasks in, but how do you decide what to work on next?
Python haters always say, that one of reasons they don't want to
use it, is that it's slow. Well, whether specific program -
regardless of programming language used - is fast or slow is very
much dependant on developer who wrote it and their skill and ability
to write optimized and fast programs.
So, let's prove some people wrong and let's see how we can improve
performance of our Python programs and make them really fast!
In the morning after Esme and I had dropped Alice at her school we
went for a short walk in the city of Delft, where the school is
located. On the way back to the bus stop we bought a Jewel Orchid,
Ludisia discolor, we had seen on the way to the school.
Currently the orchid is keeping the Chamaedorea elegans we bought
earlier this month company.