This is a pet peeve of mine. I usually open a lot of papers from arXiv while researching something in ML and the tab titles in the browser window (which look like random numbers) don't help me at all in going back to references. So I created a small Chrome extension to solve this for myself. This works with the latest stable versions of Google Chrome/Chromium.
His name will likely be called in the first round on Thursday night, guaranteed millions set to come his way. Not bad for a kid who came off the bench for most of his college career and wasn't even picked as a Big East first-teamer, second-teamer or even honorable mention this past season. He did get recognized by the league as its top sixth man after a season where he averaged 13.4 points, 4.8 rebounds and 3.5 assists per game.
The commission's long-awaited report suggests selecting a Title IX coordinator for the entire University of Tennessee system and enhancing campus staffing and resources to address Title IX issues, including case management, care and support, education and training. Another recommendation involved updating and modifying policy, grievance procedures and student codes of conduct.
The 16-year-old Day, the No. 5-seed from Santa Barbara, defeated the No. 13-seed Viktoria Kuzmova of Slovakia, 6-3, 6-2, on the Grandstand Court at the USTA Billie Jean King Tennis Center to capture the U.S. Open Junior girls singles title at the year's final Grand Slam. In her post-match press conference, Day was notified that on Monday she would be the new International Tennis Federation No. 1 world-ranked junior girls player. "These were like the best two weeks of my life," said Day after the match. I had so much fun every single day, and it was just a great experience overall." Day showed amazing resiliency coming back from a tough three-set semifinal win in singles on Saturday, and then falling in the doubles final later that evening after holding two championship points.