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Fri 12 Mar 2021

Self-supervised learning: The dark matter of intelligence

In recent years, the AI field has made tremendous progress in developing AI systems that can learn from massive amounts of carefully labeled data. This paradigm of supervised learning has a proven track record for training specialist models that perform extremely well on the task they were trained to do. Unfortunately, there’s a limit to how far the field of AI can go with supervised learning alone.

Source: Self-supervised learning: The dark matter of intelligence, an article by Yann LeCun and Ishan Misra.

Haskell Programming from First Principles print version pre-sale!

In the evening I received an email from Christopher Allen, one of the authors of Haskell Programming from First Principles, telling me that the printed hardcover edition is now available as a pre-sale.

I am currently working through the PDF version of the book and it's very well written.

See Haskell Programming from First Principles print version Pre-Sale for more information.