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Jeremy Freeman
@freeman-lab
@sofroniewn
Jason Wittenbach
@jwittenbach
@freeman-lab I saw that earlier. Seems like their serious about staying competitive for GPU use cases. Seems like the main upgrade is more GPUs…using multiple GPUs is something I haven’t quite mastered yet though
Jeremy Freeman
@freeman-lab
yeah definitely adds some complexity
but good that they're staying up to date
when we last discussed this it seemed hard to believe that local compute was the answer
for GPU stuff
given all the advantages that come from the cloud
also this looks potentially cool https://arxiv.org/pdf/1610.00673v1.pdf
collaborative robot learning
Nicholas Sofroniew
@sofroniewn
@rgbkrk sorry, havn't been on here in ages, just saw your question. I was exploring redux style reduction for updating state associated with complex animal behavior experiments - which one can really think of as like little video games
@rgbkrk, @freeman-lab and i have been thinking about the similarities between front-end web programing, game engines, and complex animal behavior experiments
@sofroniewn @jwittenbach very relevant to our discussion yesterday
Jason Wittenbach
@jwittenbach
@freeman-lab wow, really relevant!
looks like they’ve nailed the low-level stack for this type of thing
though they still leave a big burden on the user to figure out how to run all of this tech
and they seem to be espousing a 1 App = 1 Pipeline model
so I think there’s lots of room for improvement in terms of both ease of use and composability
this is something a lot of users aren’t going to be comfortable with:
docker run --privileged -ti --rm \
 -v /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock \
 -v D:\singularity_images:/output \
 filo/docker2singularity \
 bids/example:0.0.4
:-P
Jeremy Freeman
@freeman-lab
ha, yeah, agreed, but it's a good start!
they benefit a lot from having a more or less standard file format to start with
Jason Wittenbach
@jwittenbach
yeah, that’s a huge boon
their particular subfield has had a lot longer to settle on that though
Jasmine Stone
@syncrostone
@mayajay and I were just discussing Kernel this morning! @mikolalysenko
Mikola Lysenko
@mikolalysenko
hah! talked to some dude who worked there briefly at the codeneuro hackathon last saturday
then saw this thing in the news
not sure how I feel about that project. don't know enough about neuroscience to really say how feasible it is, but it sounds like they are taking some very dangerous risks
in other news: anyone in the south bay is welcome to come along on a picnic tomorrow
going to be meeting at the palo alto caltrain station
not sure where we will end up or what food we will get, location + food pairing is selected randomly by computer
Jeremy Freeman
@freeman-lab
Jeremy Freeman
@freeman-lab
Jason Wittenbach
@jwittenbach
@freeman-lab nice!
Jason Wittenbach
@jwittenbach
@freeman-lab finally hit the mother lode for the fly behavior project: http://www.princeton.edu/~ndaw/d10.pdf