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Introduction to the Standard Normal Distribution

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A polynomial lower bound for monotonicity testing...- Rocco Servedio

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Gaussian multiplicative chaos: applications and recent developments - Nina Holden

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L22.8 The Fresh Start Property and Its Implications

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Is Google Translate Sexist? Gender Stereotypes in Statistical Machine Translation

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Discriminating Systems - Gender, Race, and Power in AI

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AI DEBATE : Yoshua Bengio | Gary Marcus

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AQC 2016 - Quantum Monte Carlo vs Tunneling vs. Adiabatic Optimization

A Google TechTalk, June 27, 2016, presented by Aram Harrow (MIT) ABSTRACT: Can quantum adiabatic evolution solve optimization problems much faster than classical computers? One piece of evidence for this has been their apparent advantage in "tunneling" through barriers to escape local mi

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Stochastic Mechanisms of Cell-Size Regulation in Bacteria by Anatoly Kolomeisky

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