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The faces from China’s Uyghur detention camps · May 24

Thousands of photos from a data hack of police files, reveal the human cost of China's Uyghur detention system.

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Kelsey Piper (@KelseyTuoc) · May 24
RT @pomeranian99: A remarkable @BBCNews story: A huge trove of photos and data from inside China's Uyghur detention camps Despite China cl…
Bill Bishop (@niubi) · May 24
RT @alisonkilling: Hacked Xinjiang police documents reveal thousands of photos of detainees and detail of life inside the camps, including…
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Imagen: Text-to-Image Diffusion Models · May 23

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SBF (@SBF_FTX) · May 23
RT @mattyglesias: Today's post is all about Effective Altruism, a still-obscure social and philosophical movement that's becoming a bigger…

Soona Amhaz’s Volt Debuts $50M Crypto Fund Backed by Marc Andreessen, Chris Dixon · May 25

The VC firm will continue to focus on infrastructure, DeFi, NFTs and DAOs.

After 10 Years, ‘Many Labs’ Comes to an End – But Its Success Is Replicable · May 23

Brian Nosek’s efforts to confirm research discoveries by collaborating with labs throughout the U.S. and around the world sparked a combustible, and much-needed, conversation in the scientific community.

SFUSD drops the word ‘chief’ from job titles to avoid connotation with Native Americans · May 26

In an administrative decision released on Wednesday, the district has decided to retire...

Emily Oster: The 100 Most Influential People of 2022 · May 23

Find out why Emily Oster is on this year’s list

After Two Year Delay, MTA Announces Timeline For Congestion Pricing · May 25

"When people ask me what the single most important thing we can do to prepare for climate change, I tell them congestion pricing."

Large Language Models are Zero-Shot Reasoners · May 25

Pretrained large language models (LLMs) are widely used in many sub-fields of natural language processing (NLP) and generally known as excellent few-shot learners with task-specific exemplars. Notably, chain of thought (CoT) prompting, a recent technique for eliciting complex multi-step reasoning...

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