Hey, I'm Arthur a final year PhD student at Sorbonne in France.
I'm teaching for graduate students Computer Vision with Deep Learning, and I've made all my courses available for free on my website:
We start from the basics, what is a neuron, how to do a forward & backward pass, and gradually step up to cover the majority of computer vision done by deep learning.
In each course, you have extensive slides, a lot of resources to read, google colab tutorials (with answers hidden so you'll never be stuck!), and to finish Anki cards to do spaced-repetition and not to forget what you've learned :)
The course is very up-to-date, you'll even learn about research papers published this November! But there also a lot of information about the good old models.
Tell me if you liked, and don't hesitate to give me feedback to improve it!
EDIT: thanks kind strangers for the rewards, and all of you for your nice comments, it'll motivate me to record my lectures :)
Hey All! Is there anyone here who has gone from having perfect normal vision to going either totally blind or blind with some light perception? What is your story? What is your eye disease, condition or injury? Thanks
I have been recently reading a whole lot of books about climate change. I often hear what needs to be done or what needs to change but I don't often hear what the results of these changes looks like in reality. I think it's extremely important for us to discuss this vision.
Some people are of the mindset that we can continue business as usual but all we have to do is suck more carbon out of the atmosphere and put it in the ground.
But it's more than about that. It's about preserving and rewilding ecosystems, saving species from extinction, quit using plastic, and so much more.
We all know this i think, but I feel like too many people are afraid or hesitant to talk about what this means for how we will have to live if we expect to succeed in saving our planet from all the horrible things going on.
I personally believe we need to move away from cars and change our cities to be a lot more walkable and bike-able. This will affect jobs, housing, the economy, our work week(need more time to walk or bike to our jobs....a 5 minute commute might turn in to a 30-45 minute walk).
I am also of the mindset that we need to move away from Big Agriculture and move to more local farming practices. I have not thought thru how that will affect our day to day lives and economy yet but I know it will.
I am aware these kinds of changes will not be easy but they must happen if we want to save the planet from ourselves. We need to stop acting like resources and land are infinite. And we need to stop acting like we are completely separate from nature and like we don't need it to survive as a species. We need to use resources more efficiently. Plus giving up cars will impact more than just carbon emissions. It will all force us to be healthier because suddenly we will be forced to walk or bike every day. I am not saying we need to give up cars all together but gradually become less reliant on them. And to do that we must create a world and a lifestyle where we do not depend on them as much.
So these are just 2 examples of what I envision.
What do you all envision?
Edit: I wanted to say I live in the US so that is the perspective I am speaking from. I realize if you live in a different country, your vision or changes may be different. Even in the US from state to state, everyone will have different needs.
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Baus were playing a pretty close game and enemy was doing baron. He just said "I will steal this", he gets it and enemy team just insta ff:s hahahhahah.
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There are no motor cops enforcing the Bus Lane on Wilshire. Yesterday I drove from Beverly Drive all the way to Fig and there were cars pushing 50 in the right lane despite it being only for buses, bikes, and tight turns. There were cars parked at 5pm, UPS trucks unloading, but not a single traffic cop watching/enforcing. Many cars swerved back into the middle lane when they realized the right lane was blocked ahead- a compounded problem that happens when two idiot drivers don’t read the signs. Biking on Wilshire during rush hour isn’t safe.
Also, the number of police cars (and civilian cars) blocking dedicated bike lanes is shocking. Bike lanes are treated like temporary loading zones with drivers endangering cyclists because they don’t know where they’re going or don’t want to pay for a lot/meter. Yesterday there were 4 cruisers parked on the east side of Fig north of 3rd all blocking the bike lane. I thought it was an emergency but all I saw were 8 cops posing for a photo together on the sidewalk.
Then there are the people who straight up stop in an anti-gridlock zone and put their hazards on like it’s some kind of “it’s okay I’m fucking up traffic ” signal. I understand (despite it being illegal) pulling over in the red to let someone out of the car, but when you have other drivers going 40ph right behind you you’re just asking for someone to rear-end your dumb ass.
I don’t understand why the city doesn’t start enforcing these traffic laws. They’re blatant violations and would be easy revenue and quick awareness to get people to start taking them seriously.
So, I wasn't sure what flair to add. Anyone that has gone through this, I would love to hear your feedback or experiences.
Basically, I started a new medication. It has greatly reduced my anxiety to the point I feel normal lol. Well my new normal meaning, I no longer wake up panicking, anxious and drained all. Too anxious to sleep, eat, shower, work, ect. The medication has taken it completely away.
BUT, I am losing my hand eye coordination and potentially my eyesight. There are some other side effects my medical team is aware of. But I can't help but feel it might be worth it in the short term so be able to live my life.
I have been around and around the medication ferrie wheel for years. I have given up on it and this new med was kind of like my last go. I am not willing to jump through medication after medication again.
So here it is, my dilemma, I am in fact considering staying the course to the permanent harm to my body for freedom from anxiety. I know this must sound nuts. Its honest, raw, and how I feel about it at the moment.
For added context, I experience side effects from most medications even OTC. I have an ossue where I am sensitve to a lot and usually develop some of the serious side effects. Some have left me permanently messed up so this isn't something I am unfamilar with. However, biggest difference is this time this is my decision and no one like a parent is forcing me to comply.
Any honest thoughts or comments are welcome.