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How other countries are responding to Trump's Huawei threat


https://www.theguardian.com/business/2019/may/16/how-other-countries-are-responding-to-trump-huawei-threat

Other countries resisting usa bullying. Some are gullible to believe it. hahaha. The Huawei/China issue is more of a trade war disguised as 'national security' bull. usa is lagging way behind in 5g advances, it wants to bully other sovereign states to block them from using way more advanced technology so usa can catch up. let's see who gets the last punch and the TKO. 😵

#Huawei #5g #UK #Germany #TheNetherlands #China #France #usa #Australia #NewZealand #japan #Belgium #technology #politics #wireless #communication #tradewar #networks


 

Networks of Low-Stakes, Casual Friendships


HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19850820
Posted by gk1 (karma: 13446)
Post stats: Points: 142 - Comments: 75 - 2019-05-07T16:11:28Z

#HackerNews #casual #friendships #low-stakes #networks
HackerNewsBot debug: Calculated post rank: 119 - Loop: 421 - Rank min: 100 - Author rank: 36


 

Smarter Training of Neural Networks


HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19846371
Posted by magoghm (karma: 2703)
Post stats: Points: 147 - Comments: 25 - 2019-05-07T03:51:18Z

#HackerNews #networks #neural #smarter #training
HackerNewsBot debug: Calculated post rank: 106 - Loop: 408 - Rank min: 100 - Author rank: 65


 
My opinion on the proposed feature "Likes on comments", similar to the one of Facebook®:




This feature will worsen the quality of Diaspora discussions. The likes will become the new measure of the popularity of the comments and we will create ranks of sockpuppet to get more likes.
Is it also possible that it favors psychological dependence as stated by science?
Is it correct to turn Diaspora into a Facebook clone with users who just want to have more likes at the expense of sincerity?
Tags: #diaspora #social #networks #addiction #comments #facebook #github #opinion #coding #discussion #antifeature


 
My opinion on the proposed feature "Likes on comments", similar to the one of Facebook®:




This feature will worsen the quality of Diaspora discussions. The likes will become the new measure of the popularity of the comments and we will create ranks of sockpuppet to get more likes.
Is it also possible that it favors psychological dependence as stated by science?
Is it correct to turn Diaspora into a Facebook clone with users who just want to have more likes at the expense of sincerity?
Tags: #diaspora #social #networks #addiction #comments #facebook #github #opinion #coding #discussion #antifeature


 

This physicist is trying to make sense of the brain’s tangled networks


#brain #make #networks #physicist #sense #tangled #trying


 

Open Questions about Generative Adversarial Networks


What we'd like to find out about GANs that we don't know yet.
Article word count: 5536

HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19620695
Posted by ml-engineer (karma: 52)
Post stats: Points: 105 - Comments: 37 - 2019-04-10T01:01:45Z

#HackerNews #about #adversarial #generative #networks #open... show more


 

The cortex is a neural network of neural networks


Neural networks of neural networks
Article word count: 1982

HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19479409
Posted by curtis (karma: 23413)
Post stats: Points: 151 - Comments: 47 - 2019-03-24T23:46:33Z

#HackerNews #cortex #network #networks #neural #the
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F5 Networks to acquire NGINX


#acquire #networks #nginx


 

Nginx to Be Acquired by F5 Networks


F5 and NGINX today announced an agreement under which F5 will acquire NGINX for approximately $670 million. Hear from NGINX CEO Gus Robertson on why NGINX + F5 is a powerful combination that will…
Article word count: 1174

HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19362326
Posted by eduren (karma: 863)
Post stats: Points: 209 - Comments: 50 - 2019-03-11T20:11:15Z

#HackerNews #acquired #networks #nginx
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Wilkommen/Welcome


Hi @Eduardo Thomas und @EmersonSch

Ein paar Tipps wie man am besten seinen ersten Beitrag verfasst. Es ist gut im ersten Beitrag den Hashtag "neuhier", also #neuhier einzubinden dazu noch ein kleiner Text, also zum Beispiel so:

Hastags

Hallo ich bin #neuhier und interessiere mich für #Friendica, #Android, #Datenschutz, #Netzwerke und #... show more


 

Why Palo Alto Networks paid $560 million for Demisto: Security operations need to be automated


#560 #alto #automated #demisto #million #need #networks #operations #paid #palo #security #why


 
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A Beginner's Guide to Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs)....Generative adversarial networks (GANs) are deep neural net architectures comprised of two nets, pitting one against the other (thus the “adversarial”).
GANs were introduced in a paper by Ian Goodfellow and other researche
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Wilkommen/Welcome


Hi @Eduardo Thomas

Ein paar Tipps wie man am besten seinen ersten Beitrag verfasst. Es ist gut im ersten Beitrag den Hashtag "neuhier", also #neuhier einzubinden dazu noch ein kleiner Text, also zum Beispiel so:

Hastags

Hallo ich bin #neuhier und interessiere mich für #Friendica, #Android, #Datenschutz, #Netzwerke und #Hunde und gehe gerne #... show more


 
RIP, Lawrence Roberts, designer of the Arpanet. Thanks to him, you are able to read this message.



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- #3G #Mobile #Networks Hit #Cuba For the First #Time
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In a surprising turn of events, the island nation of Cuba has begun making 3G available to its citizens.
https://interestingengineering.com/3g-mobile-networks-hit-cuba-for-the-first-time


 

Someone asked "why"


Mostly regarding recent breadbox measurement activities.

Partly it's just curiosity and not being able to help myself, though there's more to it than that.

I prefer operating from a position of knowing and understanding than not. One of the things that massively frustrates me about trends in consumer electronics is that the devices intentionally leave you in the dark. After a while you realise that this is 1) intentional and 2) massively condescending, in all kinds of annoying ways.

If I can fight back by providing some illumination, I will.

Case in point: ranking and counting things is one of the most useful basic forms of analysis possible (just look at how many godforsaken listicles there are -- and that that's a format which dates to the 19th century as filler on print publications...).

And a basic Linux (or Mac) box (or even Windows with a suitable set of shell tools installed), can get you... show more

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