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I’ve done this many times without even realizing it until one of my good friends called me out on it. I’ve known this friend for a long time, and he has a way to tell it like it is, without making me upset. Ever since his observation, I’ve been catching myself in the middle of interrupting a conversation, and even if I still do it, I’m hoping it’s not as bad.

YOLO was first introduced by Joseph Redmon, Santosh Divvala, Ross Girshick, Ali Farhadi in their paper “You Only Look Once: Unified, Real-Time Object Detection” which you can read here. The paper was proposed as a fast, state of the art model for object detection in 2015. Over the years, YOLO has had 4 official versions (where papers were published). The first 3 were by the original authors and the last one was by a different author. I will not discuss the versions of YOLO now, maybe in another post ;-)

The Choose Your Own Adventurer has the definitive roadmap for making Schitt’s Creek good. All you have to do is watch the first eight minutes of episode three (season one), fast-forward most of Roland’s scenes through the end of season two, binge episodes five through seven of season four ONLY, and then unfurl into the glory of episode five. That is called editing. The Adventurer wants you to post-edit six seasons of a television show to make it good. For free. If the people who made the show did not care enough to edit it, why should I? The Adventurer cannot say. They can only say that you can do it because they did it.

Qlov

Data Scientist + Junior Doctor in London, Cambridge medicine grad, striving to improve healthcare through technology and education.

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