Tom Goldstein    @tomgoldsteincs    11/23/2021      

To a theoretical computer scientist, $1 and $1,000,000 are equivalent because they are both O(1). This equivalence explains the career decisions that theoretical computer scientists have made.
  
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Jess Thompson    @tsonj    12/3/2021      

If I ever get to run my own lab, I hope that I can build a team including philosophers, physicists, and social scientists working alongside neuroscientists and computer scientists. That's the dream. πŸ˜Άβ€πŸŒ«οΈπŸ™‚βœ¨πŸŒŸπŸ§ πŸ€–
  
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Boaz Barak    @boazbaraktcs    11/23/2021      

Some good advice for (especially first-time) program committee members in theoretical computer science conferences. Note that "PC member" in TCS roughly corresponds to "area chair" in other fields. https://t.co/k1oKbsYY47
  
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Alex Dimakis    @AlexGDimakis    9/30/2021      

https://t.co/AikvhXf0M7 Incredible video related to deep learning theoretical models. Dyson had a theory to explain Fermi's experiments. Fermi said, `When doing a theoretical calculation, either you have a clear physical model or a rigorous mathematical basis, you have neither..
  
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Florin Gogianu    @FlorinGogianu    11/11/2021      

Yet another cool computer vision paper from our small group at Bitdefender.
  
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