Nvidia’s Deep-Learning Graphics Processing Unit Trained on L’Automate de Maillardet_LKY
by Logan K. Young
You know, the war the House of McLuhan started stroking never really ran cold. Video vanquished radio eons ago in http temporality; as tits beget tatters, the well-tempered dragnet has ostensibly killed video tsars dead. In less than ten years’ time, the feigned glasnost proffered by IOT AI, machine learning, predictive analytics, and other incipient algorithms will have surrendered to a million more UTI despots—each one less enlightened, more iron-fisting than its forebear. Kurzweil & Co. have long proven that Moore’s exponentials remain metamagickal thelemas for media, too. Let asemia, then, show no deference. To wit, my own “Nvidia’s Deep-Learning Graphics Processing Unit Trained on L’Automate de Maillardet” (below and attached) is simply the latest software patchois in Henry’s ongoing bout with that ol’ hammer.