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1. Prophet: forecasting at scale (fb.com)
259 points by benhamner 6 hours ago | hide | 49 comments
2. Why can't I send UDP packets from a browser? (gafferongames.com)
263 points by vvanders 10 hours ago | hide | 105 comments
3. I Wrote the Fastest Hashtable (probablydance.com)
78 points by ingve 2 hours ago | hide | 13 comments
4. Using Deep Learning and Google Street View to Estimate Demographic Makeup of US (arxiv.org)
46 points by phodo 4 hours ago | hide | 5 comments
5. No publication without confirmation (nature.com)
137 points by ktamiola 10 hours ago | hide | 70 comments
6. SHA1 collisions make Git vulnerable to attacks (metzdowd.com)
88 points by wyldfire 4 hours ago | hide | 43 comments
7. The “high-level CPU” challenge (2008) (yosefk.com)
133 points by panic 9 hours ago | hide | 75 comments
8. Self-Driving Cars in a Browser (Deep Reinforcement Learning, JavaScript, WebGL) (janhuenermann.com)
7 points by hardmaru 2 hours ago | hide | discuss
9. Mathematicians becoming data scientists (quomodocumque.wordpress.com)
182 points by heinrichf 14 hours ago | hide | 91 comments
10. Release: Mender 1.0, open source OTA software updates for embedded Linux devices (mender.io)
65 points by ralphmender 8 hours ago | hide | 11 comments
11. New Math Proof Could Help Us Describe the Earth's Interior (pbs.org)
57 points by selimthegrim 8 hours ago | hide | 4 comments
12. How a French scholar was treated at US airport (translate.google.com)
11 points by DyslexicAtheist 39 minutes ago | hide | discuss
13. Pdftabextract – A set of tools for data mining OCR-processed PDFs (github.com)
102 points by happy-go-lucky 14 hours ago | hide | 1 comment
14. Annotation is now a web standard (hypothes.is)
504 points by kawera 16 hours ago | hide | 123 comments
15. How Ikea's Billy bookcase took over the world (bbc.com)
184 points by sohkamyung 8 hours ago | hide | 136 comments
16. Deep Reinforcement Learning: An Overview (arxiv.org)
73 points by gwern 12 hours ago | hide | 3 comments
17. Welfare recipient's data released by department to counter her public criticism (theguardian.com)
16 points by kerno 1 hour ago | hide | 2 comments
18. Summary of 'Programs with Common Sense' (1959) by John McCarthy (jackhoy.com)
59 points by jackhoy 12 hours ago | hide | 4 comments
19. Inside NASA’s Space Farming Labs (vice.com)
12 points by dsr12 1 hour ago | hide | discuss
20. Managing SELinux with Puppet (tag1consulting.com)
75 points by kiyanwang 13 hours ago | hide | 11 comments
21. Saudi Arabia's Oil Wealth Is About to Get a Reality Check (bloomberg.com)
208 points by ayanai 12 hours ago | hide | 212 comments
22. Show HN: A Simple Website for Checking Cloudbleed from Browser's History (cloudbleed.github.io)
109 points by cloudvrfy 13 hours ago | hide | 25 comments
23. Support Grows for a Seattle to Vancouver Bullet Train (nextcity.org)
59 points by jseliger 6 hours ago | hide | 50 comments
24. Dropbox is using an unsigned binary to install kernel extensions on your Mac (twitter.com)
116 points by tnorthcutt 7 hours ago | hide | 17 comments
25. What happened to clockless computer chips [asynchronous CPUs]? (stackoverflow.com)
35 points by CapacitorSet 4 hours ago | hide | 7 comments
26. Stack of Early Apple Memos Discovered in Seattle Thrift Store (fortune.com)
33 points by paulrigor 4 hours ago | hide | 3 comments
27. Nasa develops modular avionics systems for small missions (nasa.gov)
52 points by anigbrowl 12 hours ago | hide | 18 comments
28. Popularity of Sony’s PlayStation VR Surprises Even the Company (nytimes.com)
205 points by Tiktaalik 16 hours ago | hide | 136 comments
29. “I was just asked to balance a Binary Search Tree by JFK's airport immigration” (twitter.com)
402 points by z3t1 7 hours ago | hide | 176 comments
30. Treason charges against Russian cyber experts linked to 7-year-old accusations (reuters.com)
49 points by mzs 9 hours ago | hide | 13 comments

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