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posted on Wed Nov 16 14:11:57 UTC 2022 by antouank | view on HN
The article discusses how the company Notion AI handles user data. Notion AI shares user data with its partners for the purpose of providing features to users, and does not allow partners or 3rd parties to use the data for training their models or any other purpose.
U.S. Fines Airlines More Than $7M for Not Providing Refunds
posted on Tue Nov 15 02:18:49 UTC 2022 by lxm | view on HN
The U.S. Department of Transportation is fining 13 airlines a total of $2.5 million for violating rules on refunds for flights that were cancelled due to the pandemic.
Who needs MLflow when you have SQLite?
posted on Wed Nov 16 14:55:56 UTC 2022 by edublancas | view on HN
The article discusses a new experiment tracker that the author developed because they were not satisfied with MLflow or other similar tools.
Why Evernote Failed to Realize Its Potential
posted on Wed Nov 16 16:41:41 UTC 2022 by arishi | view on HN
The article discusses how Stepan Pachikov, founder of Evernote, came up with the idea for the app and how it has changed over the years.
Sinclair ZX Spectrum (bundled) basic programming book [pdf]
posted on Wed Nov 16 15:25:51 UTC 2022 by guytv | view on HN
Building a Private Lora Network
posted on Wed Nov 16 11:34:07 UTC 2022 by Tomte | view on HN
This article discusses what you need to build a private LoRa network, including hardware and configuration.
82% of Open-Source Projects Suffer from Tool Rot
posted on Wed Nov 16 15:29:11 UTC 2022 by elischleifer | view on HN
What’s so great about functional programming anyway?
posted on Wed Nov 16 08:34:15 UTC 2022 by redbell | view on HN
Bottomless, consumption-based storage for PostgreSQL built on Amazon S3
posted on Wed Nov 16 14:30:33 UTC 2022 by carlotasoto | view on HN
Timescale Cloud has launched a consumption-based, low-cost object storage layer in private beta that expands the boundaries of traditional databases, allowing users to transparently tier their data across disk and Amazon S3 while accessing it as if it all lived in one single continuous PostgreSQL table.
Hand of Irulegi: ancient artefact could help trace origins of Basque language
posted on Wed Nov 16 13:50:24 UTC 2022 by benbreen | view on HN
The article discusses the discovery of the Hand of Irulegi, which is a flat, lifesize bronze hand engraved with dozens of strange symbols, and how it is the oldest written example of Proto-Basque.
Computational Complexity: Who first thought of the notion of Polynomial Time?
posted on Tue Nov 15 11:45:02 UTC 2022 by furcyd | view on HN
The article discusses the history of the discovery of the P class in computational complexity theory, and how the person who is generally credited with the discovery is not necessarily the first person to have the idea.
Reverse Engineering an EV Charger
posted on Mon Nov 14 11:32:51 UTC 2022 by 8sfLes | view on HN
The article discusses how electric vehicle chargers have become a critical part of infrastructure and how they work.
Psychological and Psychiatric Terms to Avoid
posted on Wed Nov 16 14:56:20 UTC 2022 by limbicsystem | view on HN
This article discusses the importance of clarity and precision in the use of specialized terminology in psychology and psychiatry, disciplines which often deal with concepts that are "open" and therefore fuzzy and difficult to define.
Windows Subsystem For Linux a.k.a. WSL 1.0.0 released
posted on Wed Nov 16 14:36:13 UTC 2022 by CoolCold | view on HN
The article discusses a commit that was created on GitHub.
posted on Wed Nov 16 16:32:00 UTC 2022 by klelatti | view on HN
The article discusses how there have been very few new Instruction Set Architectures (ISAs) since 2010 and why this may be the case.
Tesla has used space characters in internal emails to identify leaks
posted on Wed Nov 16 11:33:28 UTC 2022 by BerislavLopac | view on HN
GiveCampus (YC S15) Is Hiring senior engineers to support schools
posted on Wed Nov 16 12:00:51 UTC 2022 by mkong1 | view on HN
The article discusses the success of GiveCampus, a fundraising and engagement platform for non-profit educational institutions.
AngelList Talent is now Wellfound.com
posted on Wed Nov 16 14:54:42 UTC 2022 by BerislavLopac | view on HN
The article discusses how the author is working on new ways to help people find their next job.
Ask HN: How I get a job that uses C?
posted on Wed Nov 16 16:41:45 UTC 2022 by speeder | view on HN
Enso: Hybrid visual and textual functional programming
posted on Wed Nov 16 08:30:55 UTC 2022 by ivanche | view on HN
Enso is a powerful, purely functional language that is interactive, provides intelligent assistance, and was designed on a strong mathematical foundation. It is available on macOS, Windows, and GNU/Linux, and the Enso IDE runs on web-native technologies.
Genesis' Crypto-Lending Unit Is Suspending Withdrawals in Wake of FTX Collapse
posted on Wed Nov 16 13:06:28 UTC 2022 by VagueMag | view on HN
Show HN: I built a tool to get instant test results (250ms)
posted on Wed Nov 16 14:39:59 UTC 2022 by yuvalsteuer | view on HN
The article is about the open-source CLI tool Nabaz which is designed to help maintain focus on the current coding subtask and get immediate live feedback.
Solving brain dynamics gives rise to flexible machine learning models
posted on Wed Nov 16 14:11:38 UTC 2022 by tchalla | view on HN
The article discusses how researchers have found a way to alleviate the bottleneck of liquid neural nets by solving the differential equation behind the interaction of two neurons through synapses to unlock a new type of fast and efficient artificial intelligence algorithms.
Companies ran an experiment: Pay workers their full salary to work fewer days
posted on Wed Nov 16 14:02:07 UTC 2022 by akeck | view on HN
The article is about a trial of a four-day work week being undertaken in the United Kingdom where workers are paid for their full-time salary but only work 32 hours a week.
Amazon staff laid off as tech giants cut costs, according to LinkedIn posts
posted on Wed Nov 16 06:03:10 UTC 2022 by djha-skin | view on HN
The article discusses how the increased availability of remote work has made the job market more competitive and increased wages.
Ask HN: Alternative ways to make money with coding and system skills?
posted on Wed Nov 16 06:33:18 UTC 2022 by tayo42 | view on HN
posted on Wed Nov 16 16:10:09 UTC 2022 by doener | view on HN
The article discusses how the HID standard has created a world where a single driver can handle a wide variety of devices from multiple manufacturers, but in reality, devices stretch and break the standard, each in its own special way.
Learning Latent Part-Whole Hierarchies for Point Clouds
posted on Wed Nov 16 14:36:51 UTC 2022 by PaulHoule | view on HN
Evernote to be acquired by Bending Spoons
posted on Wed Nov 16 14:23:31 UTC 2022 by taldo | view on HN
In a deal signed between Bending Spoons and Evernote, Bending Spoons agrees to take ownership of Evernote in a transaction expected to complete early in 2023.
Digital books wear out faster than physical books
posted on Tue Nov 15 23:18:16 UTC 2022 by Amorymeltzer | view on HN
This article is about how electronic books are fragile and need constant maintenance, unlike physical books.