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Economics of AI, Programming languages, Code Review
The current AI dialogue. In 1964.
Secretary of Labor Willard Wirtz has recently stated that the machines being produced today have, on the average, skills equivalent to a high school diploma. If a human being is to compete with such machines, therefore, he must at least possess a high school diploma. The Department of Labor estimates, however, that on the basis of present trends, as many as thirty per cent of all students will be high school drop-outs in this decade.
Visual anagrams - new art styles
We present a simple, zero-shot method to generate multi-view optical illusions. These are images that look like one thing, but change appearance or identity when transformed.
HTML, the programming language is useful and not at all cursed.
HTML, the programming language, is a practical, turing-complete, stack-based programming language based on HTML, the markup language. It uses elements defined in HTML, the markup language, in order to do computations.
For a review to go in, it needs an LGTM from at least one reviewer. It needs 0 unresolved comments, though a code author can mark a comment resolved themselves when they reply. It also needs approvals from owners of the part of the codebase the code is going into, along with a readability approval.
Comparing productivity for one set of workers to pay for a different set
Measuring output vs consumer prices
Average productivity may grow faster than median productivity