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Talking Machines: Gaussian processes and OpenAI, with IIya Sutskever

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Animation showing the deformation of a helicoid into a catenoid. The deformation is accomplished by bending without stretching. During the process, the Gaussian curvature of the surface at each point remains constant.

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Steps: 1. Cropped ever so slightly 2. Apply Gaussian Blur to background. 3. Ran Florabella's Ambrosia action then reduced opacity to 50% and turned off the "light" layers. 4. Ran Florabella's Sweet Sunshine and reduced to 20% 5. Ran Florabella's Highlight Protection. 6. Slight levels adjustment to boost contrast. 7. Slight Hue/Saturation adjustment to lighten Reds. 8. Sharpen. Voila!

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The BEST Way to Sharpen Photoshop Elements

Photoshop Elements Tutorial: Adjust Sharpness vs. High Pass by Erin @

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Gaussian Processes for Machine Learning: Gaussian processes (GPs) provide a principled, practical, probabilitic approach to learning in kernel machines.... The MIT Press, 2006.

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The Global Brain can be defined as the distributed intelligence emerging from all human and technological agents as interacting via the Internet and plays the role of a nervous system for the social superorganism [research paper].

Stochastic Analysis For Gaussian Random Processes And Fields: With Applications

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OpenAI and Gaussian Processes #TalkingMachines Season 2, Episode 2 #MachineLearning

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Gaussian processes on trees : from spin glasses to branching Brownian motion / Anton Bovier, University of Bonn, Germany