Four short links: 15 January 2020

Sleep Deprivation, Lip Reading, Data Processing, and Rapid Product Development

By Nat Torkington
January 15, 2020
Four Short Links
  1. Performance Degradation and Restoration During Sleep Deprivation (NCBI) — These results suggest that the brain adapts to chronic sleep restriction. In mild to moderate sleep restriction, this adaptation is sufficient to stabilize performance, although at a reduced level. These adaptive changes are hypothesized to restrict brain operational capacity and to persist for several days after normal sleep duration is restored, delaying recovery. Crunches are dangerous. (via Popular Science)
  2. Video-Driven Speech Reconstruction — aka: teaching a neural net to read lips.
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  4. pxia small, fast, and magical command-line data processor similar to jq, mlr, and awk.
  5. iPod Timeline (Patrick Collison) — wow, that’s a hell of a timeline.
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