Post-GPT Computing, Neural Networks: Zero to Hero

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1) Post-GPT Computing

Taking all of this together, I think there’s going to be a large ecosystem of new software experiences built by a variety of individuals and teams suited to different types of users with different goals situated in different environments. I think it’s even possible to compete with ChatGPT head-to-head on chat interfaces, though there’s no need to limit ourselves to chat.

2) Mirrorful

Mirrorful is a simple, open-source design system framework. Install Mirrorful to generate colors and other design tokens for your project. Then, import these tokens directly into your app.

  • Start new projects with a source of truth
  • Visually modify your theme
  • Generate colors
  • Figma integration
  • Theme Templates
  • 🔜 Copilot for Product Design
  • 🔜 Lightweight Headless Component Library
  • 🔜 Eslint rules
  • 🔜 Propagate tokens across projects

And more…


RoboPianist is a new benchmarking suite for high-dimensional control, targeted at testing high spatial and temporal precision, coordination, and planning, all with an underactuated system frequently making-and-breaking contacts. The proposed challenge is mastering the piano through bi-manual dexterity, using a pair of simulated anthropomorphic robot hands.

This codebase contains software and tasks for the benchmark, and is powered by MuJoCo.

4) Neural Networks: Zero to Hero

A course by Andrej Karpathy on building neural networks, from scratch, in code.

We start with the basics of backpropagation and build up to modern deep neural networks, like GPT. In my opinion language models are an excellent place to learn deep learning, even if your intention is to eventually go to other areas like computer vision because most of what you learn will be immediately transferable. This is why we dive into and focus on languade models.

Prerequisites: solid programming (Python), intro-level math (e.g. derivative, gaussian).

5) 3D Camera icons

Jon Kantner made these amazing looking 3D camera icons with CSS only. The icons rotate and they consist of layered gradients and box shadows, also animated, to produce the lighting effects.Check it out

6) Skeleton

Skeleton utilizes Tailwind’s utility classes and design system capabilities to quickly and easily create beautiful interfaces. Paired with Svelte’s powerful component architecture, Skeleton creates customized, responsive, and reactive interfaces for projects of any scope or scale.