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Thoughts From Your Humble Curators

Perhaps the biggest news last week is about Groq, a company started by Google's ex-employees who work on Tensor Processing Unit (TPU). We talk about the company and its current principals.

Of course, ICLR 2017 also held last week. We have two links this issue focused on the conference.

Other than Groq and ICLR 2017, we also cover:

  1. Notes on Stanford cs228n, a Bayesian network class,
  2. a note from Athelas' Dhruv Parthasarathy on image segmentation,
  3. another criticism of Neuralink.

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