epal :gnu: :debian: boosted

hey fediverse, what do you suggest masters in data science or in AI

epal :gnu: :debian: boosted

had been looking into papers for many days now,
my mind is overloaded, found some papers on cybersec
with ml implementations

what would you refer me to build with ML implementation
in cybersec

Feels like generating unqiue idea and that idea
not be reject just that, has been difficult, Last year
project pressure feels extreme right now

If there's something you see as a problem, which
hasn't got attention but would love to solve it with
implementation of machine learning, please let me know and point out them.
We want to build something that reaches the one in need.

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‘We live in a world where a tree is worth more dead than alive, in a world where a whale is worth more dead than alive. For so long as the economy works in that way and corporations go unregulated, they’re going to continue to destroy trees, to kill whales, to mine the earth, and continue to pull oil out of the ground even though we know it is destroying the planet and we know that it’s going to leave a worse world for future generations. This is short-term thinking based on this religion of “profit at all costs”, as if somehow, magically, each corporation acting in its selfish interest is going to produce the best result.

This has been affecting the environment for a long time. What’s frightening, and what, hopefully, is the last straw that will make us wake up as a civilization to how flawed this theory has been in the first place, is to see that now we are the tree. We are the whale. Our attention can be mined. We are more profitable to a corporation if we’re spending time staring at a screen, staring at an ad, than if we’re spending that time living our life in a rich way.

We’re seeing the results of that today. We’re seeing corporations using powerful artificial intelligence to outsmart us and figure out how to pull our attention toward the things they want us to look at rather than the things that are most consistent with our goals and our values and our lives.

The attention extraction model is not how we want to treat human beings. The fabric of a healthy society depends on us getting off of this corrosive business model. We can demand that these products be designed humanely. We can demand to not be treated as an extractable resource.

The fundamental way that this stuff is designed isn’t going in a good direction. Any of it. It sounds crazy to say that we need to change all that but … that’s what we need to do. We have to.’

— Various speakers, The Social Dilemma (2020)

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Researchers found that accelerometer data from smartphones can reveal people's location, passwords, body features, age, gender, level of intoxication, driving style, and be used to reconstruct words spoken next to the device dl.acm.org/doi/pdf/10.1145/330

epal :gnu: :debian: boosted
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I’d like to help others make better free and open source software so I’m making this standing offer: I’ll review a project's README for free. If you're interested, follow the link below. If you know of someone who might be interested, send the link to them.


Today when scrolling through the toots, i saw a
link to a project which was kinda awesome
but below that link mentioned smth as "signup to github
to contribute to this project"

I wish we cld be in any plaform we love to be
and still be able to fork projects, submit PR
we need a and project hosting

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@eff We’ve built a new site to tell you whether or not you are a test subject in Google’s latest tracking experiment. Visit Am I FLoC’ed to see if your browser is putting you into one of their new advertising categories . amifloced.org

epal :gnu: :debian: boosted
epal :gnu: :debian: boosted

can anyone help me set elinks as the default
broswer for the tut-client for opening the urls
the default set xdg-open trigger the browser app
i want it to open inside termux only

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tooting from tut, i am checking how tut
(written in golang)works in termux
so far what i've like than toot-cli(python)
> i can view my own profile and its status with ease
> the longer content can be viewed
> support for editing with default editors
> vim like commands

what i loved in toot-cli(python) which is not in tut
> view in browser within termux(elinks)

epal :gnu: :debian: boosted

Is everyone happy with #awesome lists being exclusively on #github and containing sometimes non-open, proprietary, big tech resources?

If not, then maybe you'd like to be maintainer of your own #delightful list in the code forge of your own choice, and on the topic that has your true passion.

As long as they involve #foss #openscience and #openddata related resources..

Check codeberg.org/teaserbot-labs/de for more info, and give me a heads-up if you want to start a list of your own.

Well i have 2 display monitors and i am planning to live inside virtual console
how can i be able to display 2 different consoles on 2 different monitors (same like what we do to 2 different terminals)

i am loving elinks browser so much,
text based browser:
> no js
> custom css
> turn cookies on/off
> no fingerprinting(i may have to look more into this)
> loads quickly(since no js and blobs(img,etc))

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