Learning

Science

Why Reality is a Hallucination.

There have always been hints that the brain wasn’t evolved to track objective reality, but a new, incredibly popular theory in neuroscience takes everything one step further. Not only is your brain not built for reality, you’ve never even experienced it. Noted Science Zaddy Kyle Hill explains “predictive processing.”  

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Security

Solving a REAL investigation using OSINT

Gary Ruddell can’t talk about the specifics of this investigation, but it is indeed a REAL use case of OSINT. A private investigator reached out to me recently and asked if I could find the location of a screenshot from a video on Instagram.

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Space

The US Army’s Plan to Conquer the Moon

“Project Horizon” was the US Army’s secret attempt in the 1960s to come up with a viable plan for long-term American colonization of the Moon. But with the Soviet Union already ahead in the space race, the hundreds of pages of classified reports also had to consider what would happen if a lunar base was […]

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AI Neural Networks

Transposed Convolutions in Neural Networks – Interactive Demo App

This video is from deeplizard. Transposed convolutions are a particular type of upsampling technique often used in neural networks, particularly GANs. Just like other upsampling techniques, transposed convolutions increase the size of data. For image data, transposed convolutions are used to increase image dimensions. Use the interactive demonstration below to gain a better understanding of […]

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AI Generative AI

Upsampling in Neural Networks – Interactive Demo App

This video is from deeplizard. In deep learning, upsampling is a technique used to increase the size of data. For image data, upsampling is used to increase image dimensions. It does this by inferring values for the newly introduced pixels in the upsampled output space from the original image input. Use the interactive demonstration below […]

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