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ich📊📋iel (feddit.de)
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Text: ich_iel darauf wartend, dass Nudel die Zensus-Ergebnisse veröffentlicht

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Mariella is a Stanford student and founder of SignUp, which provides overlay sign language interpretation for Netflix and Disney Plus shows. The interpretation is available in different sign languages like ASL, British, and Indian. This can be very helpful for younger children who can't read captions yet but know how to read sign language.

roll out the red carpet (sh.itjust.works)
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Data Yar (lemmy.world)
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From the Atlanta Daily World:

As Atlanta’s unhoused population continues to rise, and temperatures threaten to return to below freezing following a winter weather surge on Wednesday, Feb. 28, Mayor Andre Dickens’s innovative initiative to convert shipping containers to temporary housing has come to fruition, and residents are glowing about their new digs. The Melody, a temporary single-room occupancy development … Continued

The post Mayor Andre Dickens, City of Atlanta Convert Shipping Containers to Housing for Homeless appeared first on Atlanta Daily World.

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Students in their fourth year at Einstein, located in the Bronx in New York City, will be reimbursed for the spring 2024 semester, and beginning in August, tuition will be free "in perpetuity," the school said Monday.

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let them eat fiat (sh.itjust.works)
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According to Kotaku, we're well over last years head count in layoffs.

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Otter populations crashed in Britain around the 1960s from the lethal effects of chemical pollution in rivers and lakes – or so we thought. Our research has looked more closely at what happened to otters in Britain over the last 800 years and has revealed a more complex picture.

Since Eurasian otters (Lutra lutra) are at the top of the aquatic food chain in Britain, any contamination consumed by their prey, and by the prey of their prey, accumulates in otters. So otters are particularly susceptible to any toxic chemicals in their environment.

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Reddit refugee here. Using Boost for Lemmy on Android.

  1. It is VERY difficult to find interesting communities from within the Boost UX. No "You may be interested in" suggestions are thrown. I used a website to find the Reddit equivalent of some communities. But certain ones not on lemmy instances could not be added using Boost.

  2. No infinite scroll/doom scroll. The number of posts peters out even though I am subscribed to maybe 5 dozen communities.

Eco-conscious rule (lemmy.blahaj.zone)
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The article is much better than the headline, and details how companies are trying to make the devices less of an ecological problem. Buf the framing in the headline just made me think of this.

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Low-Rank Adaptation (LoRA) is extensively utilized in text-to-image models for the accurate rendition of specific elements like distinct characters or unique styles in generated images. Nonetheless, existing methods face challenges in effectively composing multiple LoRAs, especially as the number of LoRAs to be integrated grows, thus hindering the creation of complex imagery. In this paper, we study multi-LoRA composition through a decoding-centric perspective. We present two training-free methods: LoRA Switch, which alternates between different LoRAs at each denoising step, and LoRA Composite, which simultaneously incorporates all LoRAs to guide more cohesive image synthesis. To evaluate the proposed approaches, we establish ComposLoRA, a new comprehensive testbed as part of this research. It features a diverse range of LoRA categories with 480 composition sets. Utilizing an evaluation framework based on GPT-4V, our findings demonstrate a clear improvement in performance with our methods over the prevalent baseline, particularly evident when increasing the number of LoRAs in a composition.

Paper: https://arxiv.org/abs/2402.16843

Code: https://github.com/maszhongming/Multi-LoRA-Composition

Twitter: https://x.com/MingZhong_/status/1762347881812443575?s=20

Project Page: https://maszhongming.github.io/Multi-LoRA-Composition/

Demo: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1SuwRgV1LtEud8dfjftnw-zxBMgzSCwIT/view?usp=sharing

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Hello friends,

I have big news. Tonight I will be speaking at my local municipality to advocate for trams and other things for the first time. It all started with a funny video about traffic calming from some orange guy, and a few years later I'm part of multiple groups advocating for a better city with less cars, I also became a "climate mayor" for my city (doesn't give me any advantages except people take you more serious).

I live in Eindhoven in the Netherlands, the fifth biggest city of the Netherlands. It is in my opinion one of the most car centric cities of our country and while many people want to see it changed, the municipality does not yet have the balls to actually take any real drastic measures. It became once again obvious when they released their "masterplan for mobility" which lines out how the city wants to change the city up to 2050. It contains a few good things, but is still quite car oriented and does not nearly go far enough for improving the city. It also completely refuses to mention the possibility of trams ever coming to our city, saying they are not "innovative" enough, and flat out says that the goals for reduction in green house gasses set by the municipality will not be reached due to lack of support with no further explanation.

Many groups in the city are not satisfied enough with this masterplan so tonight during the meeting, many people will speak to the city council to speak their displeasure. Including me.

I am really excited and am so proud of myself for finally taking this step. I also really want to thank this community. I feel it is less active then on reddit. But without all you guys I would have probably never taken this step <3

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