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fchollet: The near future of AI is to serve as a universal assistant. Whatever you create on a computer -- slides, code, spre… https://t.co/U4Mf5E5r4e
fchollet: The ability to train big models is not a moat. Anyone with enough budget can replicate your model in a matter of mo… https://t.co/lkqqsrnoLk
ylecun: RT @gabrielpeyre: With @joanbruna we are organizing a conference to celebrate Stéphane Mallat's 60th birthday. It will be in IHES near Pari…
fchollet: And crucially, I don't think being a provider of AI as a service will be a huge business. It will be a decent-size… https://t.co/FgDo5d9cTW
Nicolas Martyanoff: Custom Common Lisp indentation in Emacs
LispNyc: An exciting update from @masinter and the @Interlisp8 team! https://t.co/WLIFU2eJkE
LispNyc: RT @Interlisp8: Thinking about a combined timeline https://t.co/qfn5N4x7qc
TurtleWare: Method Combinations
LispNyc: RT @Interlisp8: https://t.co/gy1rDHoy4e Lots happening, check it out.
Nicolas Martyanoff: ANSI color rendering in SLIME
LispNyc: RT @HNTweets: My Encounter with Medley Interlisp: https://t.co/BDwafuAgre Comments: https://t.co/LdhdTawmO0
Lispjobs: DevOps Engineer | HRL Laboratories | Malibu, CA
Nicolas Martyanoff: Switching between implementations with SLIME
fchollet: Similarly, the current wave of AI is not going to be automating away all the jobs and cause mass unemployment. 10 y… https://t.co/MRVCRTumdT
Tim Bradshaw: A case-like macro for regular expressions
lispmeister: RT @robustus: Nuclear power is magic. Get two pieces of special metal physically close enough, and they get hot enough to run a massive tur…
strangeloop_stl: RT @aarroyoca: Production Prolog by Michael Hendricks was one of the first ones I saw and deeply inspired me
reddit_lisp: #Clojure Is Clojure indeed unsuitable for beginners, as the 10 year keynote audience poll suggests? Genuinely curio… https://t.co/7jLEunBBdv
reddit_lisp: #Clojure Thought's on react libraries | https://t.co/mnRKXUSNdE
Nicolas Hafner: Kandria is now out!
reddit_lisp: #Clojure ClojureHaxe | https://t.co/UqKVrbqh6R
reddit_lisp: #lisp Programming the Raspberry Pi GPIO pins using Common Lisp? | https://t.co/sVians3oIW
reddit_lisp: #Clojure kushidesign/kushi: Styling in ClojureScript | https://t.co/hHRgRNeTca
Nicolas Hafner: Kandria launches tomorrow!
LispNyc: Encouraging you to join us on Tuesday (January 12) for our next social meetup. https://t.co/e9PrIszzzF
vindarel: These Years in Common Lisp: 2022 in review
Nicolas Martyanoff: Improving Git diffs for Lisp
#intellij-idea #clojure #clojure-repl https://t.co/rvWil5GaRX
New release: now HOP deploys on-premises too https://t.co/MKwpHUXf0M Discussions: https://t.co/JKLojTKncp #clojure #programming
#Clojure Who is hiring? January 31, 2023 | https://t.co/C6cW6SpzkV

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LispNYC is a nonprofit unincorporated association dedicated to the advocacy and advancement of Lisp-based software and development technologies such as Common Lisp, Clojure and Scheme.

We focus on education, outreach, regular monthly meetings and development projects.

Meetings are the second Tuesday of every month, are free and open to all.

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