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August 22, 2018


Posted by John Baez

Jake Bian works on the topology and geometry of neural networks. But now he’s created a new add-on—okay, let’s say it, an extension—for Firefox, designed to make nLab entries look more like textbook chapters:

He made a YouTube video illustrating it.

The overall look is like this, but you can also mouse on words and see more:

Posted at August 22, 2018 11:42 AM UTC

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