DPL Reading List – December 18, 2020
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Each Friday, we share a curated list of articles we found during the past week. Here’s the list of the new and interesting ones we found this week. If there’s an article you think we should read, let us know in the comments below.
NVIDIA found a way to train AI with very little data – The breakthrough with training generative adversarial networks could open up AI to more fields.
How to prepare your inbox and home office for a fresh start in 2021 – Looking for ways to begin ’21 with a fresh start? The founder of Working Simply knows that the end of the year often calls for a cleanup and provides some helpful tips.
Did QuantumScape Just Solve a 40-Year-Old Battery Problem? – Earlier this year, the startup claimed to have a revolutionary solid-state lithium-ion cell that could change EVs forever. Now it has data to prove it.
A Broken Piece of Internet Backbone Might Finally Get Fixed – Efforts to secure the Border Gateway Protocol have picked up critical momentum, including a big assist from Google.
Why you should still take days off this holiday season – A holiday break is fast approaching. And while it might be tempting to save up your vacation days when you’re stuck at home anyway, here are three good reasons why you still need to take time off.
DeepMind’s latest AI breakthrough could turbocharge drug discovery – Creating new drugs is slow and expensive. Alphabet’s DeepMind AI could help researchers move much faster.
Where Did the Commute Time Go? – The COVID-19 pandemic shifted many workers to work from home, eliminating daily commutes to the office for many. So what happened with that “extra time”? This analysis breaks down how businesses and workers reorganized their time.