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I used to read Drudge Report almost daily. I also used to enjoy LinuxHomePage.com, which is now gone.

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How will this impact the human gene pool?

"due to..“PRRARSV” which is absent from..other coronaviruses..S proteins..[and]..S mRNAs.. translocate into the nucleus..the nuclear translocation of both S mRNA and S protein..a novel feature of SARS-CoV-2"

https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fmicb.2023.1073789/full

Spent last two days at Twitter in SF talking to engineers, product managers and yes, @elonmusk. Learned a ton about what’s going on. Before I share, want to note that after couple hour meeting I asked Elon what I could share and he said, “anything that’s true.”

🧵time…

What’s also really crazy now having seen under the hood is that Jack Dorsey repeatedly said they don’t shadowban. The entire machine behind Twitter is designed to shadowban. It’s almost as if that was the primary goal rather than the product itself.

Best of AI Twitter - January 11-25 (megathread):

Andrej Karpathy builds "GPT from Scratch",
A class-action lawsuit against Stability AI,
Track human pose using WiFi alone,
An LLM-native IDE,
InstructPix2Pix & AdA,
Training a world-class Rocket-league RL bot,

... and more:

1/22

Excited to share the first of a series of @GoogleAI blog posts summarizing our research work from 2022. This covers language & multimodal models, computer vision, and generative models. We'll have ~7 posts covering other areas over next few weeks!

https://ai.googleblog.com/2023/01/google-research-2022-beyond-language.html

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