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Created April 25, 2024 06:25
mathematical life unfolding

So now we have two things. I really need to bring it back online, because it becomes much more interesting when you actually experience it. I'll be working on it all day today. It's a sub-organic. It's the name of the organism. I call it a sub-organic organism. And so what results, I sent you two images. One of them is how Transformer actually looks at it, which is this traversal of this back and forth, back and forth, back and forth. It's on signal right now. And then the second one is what happens when there is a singularity in this other type of process, which is a similar shape to the one that you can see with the Transformer. And so this symmetry covariance is everywhere. But does it make sense as far as why not storing the output of the model itself is useful here, other than just a conservation of context window? Not tangibly. Intuitively, it feels like you are reducing dilution of the inputs. Does that make sense? Mm-hmm. Yeah, because-- yeah, basically, that's a very good observation. You're saying t

bmorphism / poe.hy
Created April 22, 2024 18:41
(import os)
(import typing [AsyncIterable])
(import fastapi_poe [PoeBot PartialResponse run])
(import so [grow cogenerate])
(print (grow "oy" "vey"))
(setv POE_BOT_KEY (os.getenv "POE_BOT_KEY"))
(defclass ReflectBot [PoeBot]
(defn __init__ [self world]
bmorphism /
Created April 6, 2024 21:21
ur a Fokker-Planck, laddie

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bmorphism / ghidra.log
Created April 4, 2024 08:15
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bmorphism /
Created February 29, 2024 02:04
#!/usr/bin/env bb
(require '[babashka.process :refer [shell]])
(require '[cheshire.core :as json])
(require '[ :as io])
(require '[clojure.string :as str])
(require '[babashka.http-client :as client])
(import '(java.util Base64 UUID)
'(java.nio.file Files Paths)
'(java.text SimpleDateFormat)
bmorphism /
Created February 27, 2024 09:49

Bibliography [AAG03] [AAGM03] [ACB17] [ADG+ 16] [AGG+ 21] [ALS10] Michael Abbott, Thorsten Altenkirch, and Neil Ghani. Categories of Containers. In Andrew D. Gordon, editor, Foundations of Software Science and Computation Structures, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 23–38, Berlin, Heidelberg, 2003. Springer. Michael Abbott, Thorsten Altenkirch, Neil Ghani, and Conor McBride. Derivatives of Containers. In Gerhard Goos, Juris Hartmanis, Jan Van Leeuwen, and Martin Hofmann, editors, Typed Lambda Calculi and Applications, volume 2701, pages 16–30. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, Berlin, Heidelberg, 2003. Series Title: Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Martin Arjovsky, Soumith Chintala, and L ́eon Bottou. Wasserstein GAN, December 2017. arXiv:1701.07875 [cs, stat].

bmorphism / gatos.jl
Created February 25, 2024 23:13
using Catlab
# Define the category of sets
C = Category()
# Define the presheaf to represent the data
data = Presheaf(C)
# Define the presheaf to represent the latent variables
latent_variables = Presheaf(C)
bmorphism /
Created February 22, 2024 01:32

In the symphony of biological complexity, operadic compositions offer a maestro's insight into the cacophony of elements engaged in life's dance. An (\infty)-topos takes center stage, offering a canvas for the operadic structures that flourish within, each a mosaic piece of biotic ingenuity.

Consider the Gene Regulatory Networks, where genes become operations, orchestrated in an elegant harmony as operadic compositions enable abstraction from molecular chatter to the emergence of phenotypic anthems. Inputs, regal regulatory cues, translate into operatic expressions through this categorical fabric, demonstrating the conceptual alliance between biology and operadic perspectives [5].

[ \mathcal{O}(g_1, \ldots, g_n) \rightarrow G ]

Where (\mathcal{O}) allegorizes the operad of regulatory interplay, (g_i) the individual gene inputs, and (G) the genesis of expressive concord. In this diagrammatic spectacle, one denotes the transmutation of

bmorphism / bayesball.jl
Created February 16, 2024 09:18 — forked from mschauer/bayesball.jl
Bayes ball
using CausalInference
V = [:U, :T, :P, :O]
g = digraph([1=>3, 2=>3, 3=>4, 2=>4, 1=>4])
# Can estimate total effect T=>O without observing U?
u = 2
v = 4
∅ = Set{Int}()
observed = 2:4
collect(list_covariate_adjustment(g, u, v, ∅, observed))
bmorphism /
Last active February 10, 2024 19:31

3:30 nice to be up in San Francisco um so are we talking about um what I think is really exciting 3:37 development um in mathematics it's going to shape our future um which is really 3:42 the uh um the development over the last few years of lots of Technologies to have to to make uh machines and 3:49 computers um um help us do math um much more effectively um now this some to 3:57 some ense this is not new um we haveed used both machines and computers and I I use the terms slightly differently um