“Semantic folding represents a novel, biologically inspired approach to semantic spaces where each word is represented as a sparse binary vector with 16,000 dimensions (a semantic fingerprint) in a 2D semantic map (the semantic universe). Sparse binary representation are advantageous in terms of computational efficiency, and allow for the storage of very large numbers of possible patterns”

“Semantic folding represents a novel, biologically inspired approach to semantic spaces where each word is represented as a sparse binary vector with 16,000 dimensions (a semantic fingerprint) in a 2D semantic map (the semantic universe). Sparse binary representation are advantageous in terms of computational efficiency, and allow for the storage of very large numbers of possible patterns”

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You’re so ausbergers it make me want to teach again. I miss those kids.

Paid for a career test long ago. Pegged me as “Middle School teacher, Special Ed”. I didn’t do it in real life, but I look at everybody as gifted or at least try. I understand what it’s like falling outside the norms.

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Indeed. Special Ed includes “slow” and “fast” learners alike. All it says to me is: “does better with individualized attention specific to theirs needs with challenges that correspond to their unique gifts”.

At least that’s how I put it. Quotes just make it sound important :)

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The political culture is what kept me out of doing it. I could handle it now I think but in my late teens and early 20s, I wasn’t ready to handle the complicated world of organizational politics and I knew it.

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