Bayesianism strikes back on December 18, 2019. Come to our seminar at UCLouvain for Isabelle Drouet's talk about evidential reasoning and credibility. More details here: https://uclouvain.be/fr/instituts-recherche/isp/evenements/seminaire-olofos-clash-between-the-manifest-and-the-scientific-image-of-the-world.html
Translating W. Ackermann's work on rigorous implication leads me into obscure regions of the Internet, where sources are no longer to be found on Google Scholar, but instead turn up on guerilla servers with lists of names so legendary that they look fake.
As I am listening to a talk on how 'useless #science' is toxic & wasteful, this paper is mentioned: "Walking with #coffee: why does it spill?" So, just between us, here it is. You're welcome. I won't judge. https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/ccb6/2465e96d32aea63ad59a6581ce46bac77941.pdf
I discovered a philosophically inspired #DataAnalysis podcast by Max Sklar, including topics like #logic, #causality and #MachineLearning.
Check it out: https://localmaxradio.com/episode
The #TalkPython episode on #Bayesian foundations is here: https://talkpython.fm/episodes/show/239/bayesian-foundations
Thank you for your service, A, but you no longer spark joy. #scumbagprooftheorist
A timely lecture by Professor John W. Dower on the cultures of war and faith-based secular thinking, with strong arguments against engaging in the propaganda of violence. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t2OVlVlJdLo&list=PLcZGUXmKnxhSoxE6XgGjceNmH9UDXCER1 #ArmisticeDay #ŚwietoNiepodległości #WWII