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These analysts are on the right track. Note that all of this infrastructure can be used for lots of other things ..

https://www.wsj.com/finance/stocks/ai-is-driving-the-next-industrial-revolution-wall-street-is-cashing-in-8cc1b28f

serge, to sysadmin
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When I worked as a professional sys-admin, I sincerely didn't understand why sys-admins were paid so well.

I remember thinking that anyone could do what I'm doing, and I was surprised at how I knew programmers making less than I did.

Today, having hired devops and re-training myself to do the work, I realize why sys-admins/devops are paid well.

Firstly, it's a niche industry. While there are many programmers available, there are fewer people who understand the principles of high quality system administration.

Secondly, most people who are trained in this are already working or in high demand. Demand drives pay.

Thirdly, it's a changing field that moves- in some ways- faster than software.

It's easy to find someone who think they know devops because they run their own Linux laptop, but someone who really knows both the tools and the methodology of system administration is actually quite rare.

cigitalgem,
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@serge I think the key is SYSTEMS ENGINEERING

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WRT the government AI safety board, who decided that the foxes should guard the henhouse? https://social.data.coop/@cryptohagen/112506119781962913

cigitalgem, to ML
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This is an interesting #ML story. Where do we draw the line on use of ML in school? Who draws the line? https://www.wsj.com/us-news/education/emory-university-suspends-students-eightball-ai-tool-3c0525cd

cigitalgem, to ML
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cigitalgem, to ML
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No spinning your way out of this failure https://www.howtogeek.com/google-search-ai-overview-responses/

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Eat your pebbles #MLsec

https://www.threads.net/

lampinen, to ArtificialIntelligence
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How well can we understand an LLM by interpreting its representations? What can we learn by comparing brain and model representations? Our new paper (https://arxiv.org/abs/2405.05847) highlights intriguing biases in learned feature representations that make interpreting them more challenging! 1/9

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@lampinen can't wait to read this

cigitalgem,
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@lampinen it's on our list for next week https://berryvilleiml.com/

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So with the Alito flag kerfuffle, we don’t just have the overt partisan bias that can be read in just about his every vote and decision since joining the Court, but now also the APPEARANCE of bias. Now we’ve got him, for sure.

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shriramk, to random
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Nothing much, just responding to my cognitive scientist buddy Rob Goldstone who was trolling me about the frisson he gets from dynamic scope.

cigitalgem,
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@shriramk goldstone can't really code. I've watched!

cigitalgem,
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@shriramk I hear you.

Actually I am secretly proud of him for learning Python. He reminds me of me learning BASIC in 1981.

Also https://apothecaryshed.com/2024/04/12/total-eclipse/

cigitalgem, to random
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All bow to the vaxen. We lost another computer scientist. Or was he an electrical engineer? https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gordon_Bell

cigitalgem, to infosec
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cigitalgem, to ML
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When you choose to use an #ML #LLM foundation model, you accept the risk management decisions made by the vendor without your input. Wonder what they are? Read this #MLsec paper from #IEEE computer.

https://berryvilleiml.com/2024/05/16/how-to-regulate-llms/

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BIML #MLsec

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BIML in the house #MLsec

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cigitalgem, to ML
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I am speaking tonight at the #ISSA NOVA chapter meeting. Meeting starts at 5:30 in Reston at the Microsoft building.

10, 23, 81 — Stacking up the LLM Risks: Applied Machine Learning Security

https://www.issa-nova.org/may-16-530pm-dr-gary-mcgraw-on-stacking-up-the-llm-risks-applied-machine-learning-security/

#MLsec #ML #AI #LLM

cigitalgem, to ML
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Wonder how the goverment should regulate LLMs? Here's how. #MLsec #ML #AI #LLM

https://berryvilleiml.com/2024/05/16/how-to-regulate-llms/

cigitalgem, to random
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My talk view today. I much prefer talks in person, but today's audience is scattered all over the globe. #mlsec

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