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In February 2019, following up on my 20152016 text-generation experiments with char-RNNs, I experiment with the cutting-edge Transformer NN architecture for language modeling & text generation. Using OpenAIs GPT-2-small (117M) model pre-trained on a large… [+308535 chars]
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Our friends and contributors choose their favourite reading of 2019. " data-adaptive-image-768-img=" " data-adaptive-image-max-img=" "> Bernardine Evaristo A Portable Paradise (Peepal Tree Press) is the fourth poetry collection by Trinidadian-British poet Rog…
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100 Best Albums of the 2010s: Staff Picks
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