Whisper – open source speech recognition by OpenAI — and YouTube’s ‘dislike’ barely works according to new study on recommendations

 
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Whisper – open source speech recognition by OpenAI

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YouTube’s ‘dislike’ barely works according to new study on recommendations

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Can I use a system call?

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Tether ordered to produce documents showing backing of USDT [pdf]

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Effects of grill patterns on fan performance/noise (2011)

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New Webb image captures clearest view of Neptune’s rings in decades

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Meta and Google are cutting staff

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Fork of the popular “I don’t care about cookies” extension
 

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Philosophy of mathematics – a reading list (2020)

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20×10%

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Russian airlines ordered to stop selling tickets to Russian men aged 18 to 65

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LibRedirect: Redirect YouTube, Twitter, Instagram to privacy friendly services

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Hacking anything with GNU Guix
 

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Ask HN: Do you regret being a generalist?

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Danish Data Protection Agency concludes Google Analytics cannot be used lawfully

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Next steps for Rust in the kernel

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Betterbird: a fine-tuned version of Mozilla Thunderbird

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Getty Images bans AI-generated content over fears of copyright claims
 

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