Author Archives: Artir

This week’s links (5)

Collection of papers and articles that I’ve spotted this week that seem interesting. Comments on some of them. This week I’ve been busy, so not many comments… Artificial Intelligence Evolution strategies as a scalable alternative to reinforcement learning “ES is easy to … Continue reading

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This week’s links (4)

Collections of papers and articles that I’ve spotted the last two weeks this week that seem interesting. Comments on some of them.

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The Soviet Union: poverty and inequality

[This is part of the Soviet series] The USSR Constitution of 1977 said Article 19. The social basis of the USSR is the unbreakable alliance of the workers, peasants, and intelligentsia. The state helps enhance the social homogeneity of society, … Continue reading

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This week’s links (3)

Collections of papers and articles that I’ve spotted this week that seem interesting. Comments on some of them.

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This week’s links (2)

Collections of papers and articles that I’ve spotted this week that seem interesting. Comments on some of them.

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Comments on “Rules for a Flat World” (Gillian Hadfield)

I recently finished reading this book and here there are some thoughts about it.

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Pollyanna über alles: A critique of antinatalism

Antinatalism is the view that it is wrong to bring new conscious beings into existence. Here I present and refute what seems to be the most popular arguments for it, as presented by David Benatar.

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