Four short links: 20 March 2018

Magic Leap, Autonomous Death, Computational Cognitive Neuroscience, and Analysis of Competing Hypotheses

By Nat Torkington
March 20, 2018
  1. Creator — Magic Leap released their SDK, with some details of the product, including: eye tracking, persistent location tracking across multiple locations, small field-of-vision, can’t draw black, etc. (The HN commentary is informative)
  2. Uber Autonomous Car Hits Pedestrian — first of many. This is where the rubber of the (faith-based) statistical argument “machines will kill fewer pedestrians than people do” meets the road of human emotional perception.
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  4. Computational Cognitive NeuroscienceThis is a new wiki textbook, serving as a second edition to Computational Explorations in Cognitive Neuroscience.
  5. Open Synthesisan open platform for intelligence analysis. We’re taking the best practices from the intelligence and business communities and adapting them to work at internet-scale. Open source, too.
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