‘Finding Neurons in a Haystack’ Initiative at MIT, Harvard and Northeastern University Uses Scattered Surveys

‘Finding Neurons in a Haystack’ Initiative at MIT, Harvard and Northeastern University Uses Scattered Surveys

It is common to think of neural networks as adaptive “feature extractors” that learn by progressively refining appropriate representations from initial raw inputs. So, the question arises: which characteristics are represented and how? To better understand how human-interpretable high-level features are described in LLM neuronal activations, a research team from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology…

The Internet Age: A New Generation of Harvard Students Get Connected |  News |  Harvard crimson

The Internet Age: A New Generation of Harvard Students Get Connected | News | Harvard crimson

For Harvard students today, technology is virtually inevitable. Students select courses, submit assignments, and even attend classes through various online platforms. The Harvard School of Public Health and the Harvard Graduate School of Design have gone so far as to explicitly require students to have computers. But that wasn’t always the case. In a 2017…