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Sleeping in on weekends may be healthy for you, study suggests - The Washington Post
Sleeping in on a day off feels marvelous, especially for those of us who don't get nearly enough rest during the workweek. via Pocket
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8 hours ago by jolilius
Yanis Varoufakis: “Italien ist zu groß, um schikaniert zu werden” – Der Standard interview 12 MAI 2018 – Yanis Varoufakis
STANDARD: Haben Sie Sympathien für die Lega und die Fünf-Sterne-Bewegung? Die beiden künftigen Regierungsparteien Italiens wollen über die strikten Haushaltsregeln in der Eurozone neu verhandeln, die Vorgaben lockern. Das wollten Sie einst auch. via Pocket
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8 hours ago by jolilius
The Barbell Method of Reading • Zettelkasten Method
Our reading habit is one of the corner stones of our knowledge work habits. Reading is the most efficient way to create an influx of information that can transform into knowledge. Therefore, we should devote some thought and energy in the optimization of our reading habits. via Pocket
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12 hours ago by jolilius
Why some countries come together, while others fall apart | Aeon Essays
Why do some countries fall apart, often along their ethnic fault lines, while others have held together over decades and centuries, despite governing a diverse population as well? Why is it, in other words, that nation-building succeeded in some places while it failed in others? The current tra via Pocket
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14 hours ago by jolilius
A Classical Math Problem Gets Pulled Into the Modern World | Quanta Magazine
Long before robots could run or cars could drive themselves, mathematicians contemplated a simple mathematical question. They figured it out, then laid it to rest — with no way of knowing that the object of their mathematical curiosity would feature in machines of the far-off future. via Pocket
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2 days ago by jolilius
Most institutions say they value teaching but how they assess it tells a different story
Research is reviewed in a rigorous manner, by expert peers. Yet teaching is often reviewed only or mostly by pedagogical non-experts: students. There’s also mounting evidence of bias in student evaluations of teaching, or SETs -- against female and minority instructors in particular. via Pocket
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2 days ago by jolilius
Backstage Blog - Engineering Levels at SoundCloud - SoundCloud Developers
An absolutely crucial part of the experience of being an engineer at SoundCloud is learning and growing as a person. Pretty much everyone we hire mentions this aspect as one of their main motivations for joining the company. via Pocket
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2 days ago by jolilius
Staffan Kurtén: The art of coaching, a project leader’s perspective | PMI Finland Chapter Annual Conference
In today’s increasingly complex and ever changing environment, a leader’s ability to coach her/his team for top performance is highly valued. Staffan Kurtén will introduce us to `the art of coaching´, providing insights into the following: via Pocket
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2 days ago by jolilius
Obscura 2 Review: An Approachable Manual Camera App with Tasteful Filters – MacStories
I enjoy taking lots of photos. Over the years, I’ve dabbled with DSLRs, but more often than not these days, I use my iPhone because it’s always nearby. I’ve historically used Apple’s built-in Camera app. via Pocket
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2 days ago by jolilius
Understanding how you process information to help you get organized, part I - Unclutterer
When you read a book or newspaper article, do you instantly commit it to memory? Or, are you someone who likes to pace the floor when you’re thinking? Maybe you are someone who can hear a lecture and have no need to take a single note? via Pocket
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2 days ago by jolilius
abo.rekrytointi.com - Universitetslärare i datavetenskap
Åbo Akademi är ett internationellt framstående forskningsuniversitet med ett brett svenskspråkigt utbildningsansvar i Finland. Med sin speciella nordiska förankring har Åbo Akademi en framstående och erkänd ställning nationellt och internationellt inom forskning och utbildning. via Pocket
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4 days ago by jolilius
Up to 270 women may have died after breast cancer screening IT error | Society | The Guardian
Jeremy Hunt is to launch an independent inquiry into breast cancer screening in England, amid fears that errors may have caused 450,000 women to miss crucial screenings. The health secretary will announce a major inquiry into the programme, run by Public Health England, the Guardian understands. via Pocket
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25 days ago by jolilius
AI Expert Andrew Ng Wants to Improve Manufacturing | Fortune
Unlockable. Amazon has a “top secret” plan to build robots for home use, unnamed sources tell Bloomberg. Gregg Zehr, the head of Amazon’s Lab126 hardware R&D facility, is overseeing the project, which is codenamed “Vesta,” after the Roman goddess of the hearth. via Pocket
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25 days ago by jolilius
Teaching Computational Thinking across an Entire University, With Guest Blogger Roland Tormey | Computing Education Research Blog
During Spring Break, Barbara and I were invited to go to Switzerland.  Sure, when most people go someplace warm for Spring Break, let’s head to the mountains! via Pocket
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4 weeks ago by jolilius
Introducing TensorFlow Probability – TensorFlow – Medium
At the 2018 TensorFlow Developer Summit, we announced TensorFlow Probability: a probabilistic programming toolbox for machine learning researchers and practitioners to quickly and reliably build sophisticated models that leverage state-of-the-art hardware. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by jolilius
Luminoth 0.1: New Object Detection Models & More | Tryolabs Blog
On previous blog posts, we’ve talked about Luminoth, our own open-source computer vision toolkit, built upon Tensorflow and Sonnet. Well, we just released a new version, so this is a good time as any to dive into it! via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by jolilius
Smart Shipping: Internet of Things – Opportunities in Logistics | Sea News
At a time when an array of ‘industrial sectors’ are struggling to grasp the possibilities of data-driven technology, companies in transport and logistics (T and L) have led by example. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by jolilius
IoT on the high seas. | Orange Business Services
The maritime industry has been slow to opt into the burgeoning world of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), but 2017 is the year this will change as shipping embraces a smart and connected future. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by jolilius
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By Phillip Tracy • The Industrial “Internet of Things” (IIoT) has found its way to sea, with connected sensors and unified platforms designed to provide increased visibility for crews. Ships have for some time been equipped with sensors that collect data. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by jolilius
Miljoona hakemusta yhteen työpaikkaan – ex-nokialaisen Jussi Impiön firmalla riittää työsarkaa - Tivi
Jussi Impiö lähti Keniaan Nokian tutkimustöihin vuonna 2005 ja perusti sen jälkeen Nairobiin Nokian tutkimuskeskuksen vuonna 2007. Hän näki aitiopaikalta ison murroksen, sillä mobiiliteknologia ja kännykät mullistivat afrikkalaisten arjen 2000-luvulla. via Pocket
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6 weeks ago by jolilius
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Assuming the trend continues, 6G will follow several years after 5G is adopted. The term “5G” is actually marketing label for the forthcoming 3GPP LTE from release 15 and onwards. via Pocket
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9 weeks ago by jolilius
Why Self-Taught Artificial Intelligence Has Trouble With the Real World | Quanta Magazine
Until very recently, the machines that could trounce champions were at least respectful enough to start by learning from human experience. To beat Garry Kasparov at chess in 1997, IBM engineers made use of centuries of chess wisdom in their Deep Blue computer. via Pocket
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9 weeks ago by jolilius
Special Preview - Intel's Loihi processor - Computer Magazine | Flagship magazine of the IEEE Computer Society
Computer‘s March 2018 issue includes an article on Intel’s new manycore neuromorphic processor, Loihi, the first of its kind to feature a microcode-programmable learning engine enabling on-chip training of spiking neural networks (SNNs). via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by jolilius
Computer and IEEE Micro Magazines Highlight Intel’s Loihi, a Revolutionary Neuromorphic
In "Programming Spiking Neural Networks on Intel's Loihi," available as a special preview article and will appear in Computer's March 2018 issue, Intel's Chit-Kwan Lin and colleagues describe how this neuromorphic computing approach—taking cues from biology—adopts "the brain's locality, fine-gr via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by jolilius
The 29th IEEE International Symposium on Software Reliability Engineering (ISSRE 2018), October 15-18, 2018 | ISSRE 2018
Skip to main content ISSRE 2015 Invitation The 26th International Symposium on Software Reliability Engineering, Washington DC         via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by jolilius
Certification Challenges in the V&V of Bayesian Networks for Safety Critical Fault Diagnosis in Aerospace Systems Speaker: Mark Douthwaite Supervisor: - ppt download
Presentation on theme: "Certification Challenges in the V&V of Bayesian Networks for Safety Critical Fault Diagnosis in Aerospace Systems Speaker: Mark Douthwaite Supervisor:"— Presentation transcript: 1 Certification Challenges in the V&V of Bayesian Networks for Safety Critical Fault Diagnosi via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by jolilius
Elon Musk responds to Harvard professor Steven Pinker’s A.I. comments
Psychologist Steven Pinker has a PhD from Harvard and is a professor there. He's also taught at Stanford and MIT. He's published 10 books and is a member of the National Academy of Sciences. He's been a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize twice. via Pocket
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12 weeks ago by jolilius
vision.middlebury.edu/stereo/data
Middlebury Stereo Datasets 2001 datasets - 6 datasets of piecewise planar scenes [1] (Sawtooth, Venus, Bull, Poster, Barn1, Barn2) 2003 datasets - 2 datasets with ground truth obtained using structured light [2] (Cones, Teddy) 2005 datasets - 9 datasets obtained using the technique of [2], publi via Pocket
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12 weeks ago by jolilius
A practical guide to controlled experiments of software engineering tools with human participants | SpringerLink
Empirical studies, often in the form of controlled experiments, have been widely adopted in software engineering research as a way to evaluate the merits of new software engineering tools. via Pocket
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12 weeks ago by jolilius
Cooperative Software Development
After teaching software engineering for many years, I've been frustrated by the lack of a simple, concise, and practical introduction to the human aspects of software engineering for students interested in becoming software engineers. via Pocket
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12 weeks ago by jolilius
Scientists Programming – Amelia McNamara – Felienne
Cool! After a lot of PL stuff, we now get us some end-user programming! For the first category scientists mostly use Matlab for these type of analysis. From this paradigm came also the idea of reproducible research, in this paper. via Pocket
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12 weeks ago by jolilius
TÜV SÜD and DFKI to develop “TÜV for Artificial Intelligence” | TÜV SÜD GROUP
The German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) and TÜV SÜD are launching a joint project to certify systems based on artificial intelligence (AI) used in autonomous driving and develop a ‘roadworthiness test’ for algorithms. via Pocket
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12 weeks ago by jolilius
Autonomous Analytics Changes Everything - Modern Analytics
Scientists have discovered that the “simple cell” really isn’t that simple at all. A post from catholicstrength. via Pocket
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12 weeks ago by jolilius
Analytics 4.0: The Scary Age of Automated Networks - International Institute for Analytics
I have written here here and there about “Analytics 3.0,” an environment in which companies combine big and small data at significantly greater scope and scale of analytics. via Pocket
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12 weeks ago by jolilius
Research Blog: Mobile Real-time Video Segmentation
Training Procedure In video segmentation we need to achieve frame-to-frame temporal continuity, while also accounting for temporal discontinuities such as people suddenly appearing in the field of view of the camera. via Pocket
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12 weeks ago by jolilius
Confusion over the forms of programming problems: Mathematics/Physics versus CS | Computing Education Research Blog
I’m teaching Media Computation again this semester, about 250 students (over 50% female) in a huge lecture hall.  It’s hard to wander the room to answer questions, especially during peer instruction, but we do it anyways. via Pocket
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12 weeks ago by jolilius
Research Blog: Introducing the HDR+ Burst Photography Dataset
Burst photography is the key idea underlying the HDR+ software on Google's recent smartphones, and a fundamental computational photography technique for improving image quality. via Pocket
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12 weeks ago by jolilius
Context-Appropriate Scaffolding Assemblages: A generative learning analytics platform for end-user development and participatory design – Tilting at windmills?
There remains a significant tension in the development and use of learning analytics between course/unit or learning design specific models and generic, one-size fits all models. via Pocket
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12 weeks ago by jolilius
Implications and questions for institutional learning analytics implementation arising from teacher DIY learning analytics – Tilting at windmills?
David Jones, Hazel Jones, Colin Beer, Celeste Lawson, Implications and questions for institutional learning analytics implementation arising from teacher DIY learning analytics, To appear in the proceedings of the 2017 Australian Learning Analytics Summer Institute (ALASI 2017) Abstract Learning an via Pocket
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12 weeks ago by jolilius
Import AI #83: Cloning voices with a few audio samples, why malicious actors might mess with AI, and the industryacademia compute gap. | Import AI
### IMPENDING PROBLEM KLAXON ### Preparing for Malicious Uses of AI: AI, particularly deep learning, is a technology of such obvious power and utility that it seems likely malicious actors will pervert the technology and use it in ways it wasn’t intended. via Pocket
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12 weeks ago by jolilius
Import AI #82: 2.9 million anime images, reproducibility problems in AI research, and detecting dangerous URLs with deep learning. | Import AI
Neural architecture search for the 99%: One of the more striking recent trends in AI has been the emergence of neural architecture search techniques, which is where you automate the design of  AI systems, like image classifiers. via Pocket
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12 weeks ago by jolilius
The Computing Profession | March 2018 | Communications of the ACM
We started this column in 2001 when ACM was re-envisioning itself as a society of a computing profession. ACM leaders and many members already thought of computing as a profession. via Pocket
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12 weeks ago by jolilius
Deep Learning, Structure and Innate Priors | Abigail See
Earlier this month, I had the exciting opportunity to moderate a discussion between Professors Yann LeCun and Christopher Manning, titled “What innate priors should we build into the architecture of deep learning systems?” The event was a special installment of AI Salon, a discussion series he via Pocket
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12 weeks ago by jolilius
Missing data hinder replication of artificial intelligence studies | Science | AAAS
Last year, computer scientists at the University of Montreal (U of M) in Canada were eager to show off a new speech recognition algorithm, and they wanted to compare it to a benchmark, an algorithm from a well-known scientist. The only problem: The benchmark's source code wasn't published. via Pocket
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february 2018 by jolilius
Deep Reinforcement Learning Doesn't Work Yet
This mostly cites papers from Berkeley, Google Brain, DeepMind, and OpenAI from the past few years, because that work is most visible to me. I’m almost certainly missing stuff from older literature and other institutions, and for that I apologize - I’m just one guy, after all. via Pocket
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february 2018 by jolilius
The Seven Deadly Sins of AI Predictions - MIT Technology Review
We are surrounded by hysteria about the future of artificial intelligence and robotics—hysteria about how powerful they will become, how quickly, and what they will do to jobs. I recently saw a story in ­MarketWatch that said robots will take half of today’s jobs in 10 to 20 years. via Pocket
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february 2018 by jolilius
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TensorFlow Lite is a lightweight and a next step from TensorFlow Mobile. You can do almost all the things that you do on TensorFlow mobile but much faster. via Pocket
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february 2018 by jolilius
Research Groups: APT - Advanced Processor Technologies (School of Computer Science - The University of Manchester)
What are the Goals of the SpiNNaker Project? SpiNNaker is a novel massively-parallel computer architecture, inspired by the fundamental structure and function of the human brain, which itself is composed of billions of simple computing elements, communicating using unreliable spikes. via Pocket
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january 2018 by jolilius
Reverse Curriculum Generation for Reinforcement Learning Agents – The Berkeley Artificial Intelligence Research Blog
Reinforcement Learning (RL) is a powerful technique capable of solving complex tasks such as locomotion, Atari games, racing games, and robotic manipulation tasks, all through training an agent to optimize behaviors over a reward function. via Pocket
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january 2018 by jolilius
CS 766 Project 4 - Uncalibrated Stereo Vision
Contents0. Project Information1. Introduction2. Calibrated Stereo Correspondence3. Uncalibrated Stereo Correspondence4. Our Approach Given a series of two-dimensional images it is possible to extract a significant amount of auxillary information about the scene being captured. via Pocket
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january 2018 by jolilius
Photogrammetry of In-Game Artifacts: A Skyrim VR Test Case | Archaeogaming
I have always wanted to know if I could 3D-print things that I have in my inventory in the games that I play, so I finally tried it with some success, but I have a long way to go. via Pocket
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january 2018 by jolilius
Home
This is the website of Regard3D, a free and open source structure-from-motion program. It converts photos of an object, taken from different angles, into a 3D model of this object. via Pocket
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january 2018 by jolilius
MeshLab
MeshLab the open source system for processing and editing 3D triangular meshes. It provides a set of tools for editing, cleaning, healing, inspecting, rendering, texturing and converting meshes. via Pocket
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january 2018 by jolilius
Why experts believe cheaper, better lidar is right around the corner | Ars Technica
On November 3, 2007, six vehicles made history by successfully navigating a simulated urban environment—and complying with California traffic laws—without a driver behind the wheel. via Pocket
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january 2018 by jolilius
Designing, Visualizing and Understanding Deep Neural Networks
This course content is offered under a Public Domain license. Content in this course can be considered under this license unless otherwise noted. via Pocket
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january 2018 by jolilius
Stanford University CS231n: Convolutional Neural Networks for Visual Recognition
*This network is running live in your browser The Convolutional Neural Network in this example is classifying images live in your browser using Javascript, at about 10 milliseconds per image. It takes an input image and transforms it through a series of functions into class probabilities at the end. via Pocket
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january 2018 by jolilius
Fingerpori - 6.9.2013 - Sarjakuvat - Helsingin Sanomat
Japanilainen idoli­kulttuuri takoo rahaa vihjailemalla nuorten tyttöjen seksuaalisuudella – Mutta miten pari­kymppisistä tamperelaissiskoista tuli japanilais­miesten ihailemia tähtiä? 29.12.2017 via Pocket
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december 2017 by jolilius
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Blockchain is the technology working at the core & empowering all the popular cryptocurrencies like Bitcoins, Ripple, Ethereum, Litecoins etc. It has been catching the imaginations of the masses and given them the reason to dream big. via Pocket
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december 2017 by jolilius
Autonomous cars need tougher batteries, lithium ion pioneer says
TOKYO -- Battery makers must rethink their technology if predictions for a wave of self-driving vehicles pan out, according to one of the inventors of the lithium-ion battery. via Pocket
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december 2017 by jolilius
SLAC Dataset
This project presents a novel video dataset, named SLAC (Sparsely Labeled ACtions), for action recognition and localization. It consists of over 520K untrimmed videos and 1.75M clip annotations spanning 200 action categories. Using our proposed framework, annotating a video clip takes merely 8. via Pocket
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december 2017 by jolilius
Visualizing The Future Of Shipping: Green & Autonomous | Zero Hedge
Space travel may be exciting, and self-driving cars certainly get a lot of hype. via Pocket
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december 2017 by jolilius
A beginner’s guide to IOTA – Linda Xie – Medium
What is IOTA? This post should help those who are new to IOTA to understand how it is different than other cryptoassets like bitcoin. via Pocket
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december 2017 by jolilius
PaddlePaddle Fluid: Elastic Deep Learning on Kubernetes - Baidu Research
Two open source communities—PaddlePaddle, the deep learning framework originated in Baidu, and Kubernetes®, the most famous containerized application scheduler—are announcing the Elastic Deep Learning (EDL) feature in PaddlePaddle’s new release codenamed Fluid. via Pocket
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december 2017 by jolilius
Nvidia Responds to Google TPU Benchmarking
Last week, Google reported that its custom ASIC Tensor Processing Unit (TPU) was 15-30x faster for inferencing workloads than Nvidia’s K80 GPU (see our coverage, Google Pulls Back the Covers on Its First Machine Learning Chip), and it didn’t take Nvidia long to respond. via Pocket
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december 2017 by jolilius
Applied Machine Learning – Facebook Research
Machine learning is essential to Facebook. It helps people discover new content and connect with the stories they care the most about. via Pocket
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december 2017 by jolilius
Import AI: Issue 72: A megacity-sized self-driving car dataset, AlphaZero’s 5,000 TPUs, and why chemists may soon explore aided by neural network tools | Import AI
Unity’s machine learning environment goes to v0.2: …The era of the smart game engines arrives… Unity has upgraded its AI training engine to version 0.2, adding in new features for curriculum learning, as well as new environments. via Pocket
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december 2017 by jolilius
New depth sensors could be sensitive enough for self-driving cars | MIT News
For the past 10 years, the Camera Culture group at MIT’s Media Lab has been developing innovative imaging systems — from a camera that can see around corners to one that can read text in closed books — by using “time of flight,” an approach that gauges distance by measuring the time it ta via Pocket
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december 2017 by jolilius
Semiconductor Engineering .:. Radar Versus LiDAR
Demand is picking up for vision, radar and LiDAR sensors that enable assisted and autonomous driving capabilities in cars, but carmakers are now pushing for some new and demanding requirements from suppliers. The automotive market always has been tough on suppliers. via Pocket
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december 2017 by jolilius
Machine Learning is Fun Part 8: How to Intentionally Trick Neural Networks
This article is part of a series. Check out the full series: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7 and Part 8! You can also read this article in 한국어. via Pocket
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december 2017 by jolilius
Machine Learning is Fun Part 7: Abusing Generative Adversarial Networks to Make 8-bit Pixel Art
Update: This article is part of a series. Check out the full series: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7 and Part 8! You can also read this article in Русский or 한국어. via Pocket
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december 2017 by jolilius
Machine Learning is Fun Part 6: How to do Speech Recognition with Deep Learning
Update: This article is part of a series. Check out the full series: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7 and Part 8! You can also read this article in 普通话 , 한국어 or Русский. via Pocket
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december 2017 by jolilius
Machine Learning is Fun Part 5: Language Translation with Deep Learning and the Magic of Sequences
Update: This article is part of a series. Check out the full series: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7 and Part 8! You can also read this article in 普通话, Русский, 한국어 or Italiano. via Pocket
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december 2017 by jolilius
Machine Learning is Fun! Part 4: Modern Face Recognition with Deep Learning
Update: This article is part of a series. Check out the full series: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7 and Part 8! You can also read this article in 普通话, Русский, 한국어, Português or Italiano. via Pocket
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december 2017 by jolilius
Machine Learning is Fun! Part 3: Deep Learning and Convolutional Neural Networks
Update: This article is part of a series. Check out the full series: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7 and Part 8! You can also read this article in 普通话, Русский, 한국어, Português or Italiano. via Pocket
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december 2017 by jolilius
Machine Learning is Fun! Part 2 – Adam Geitgey – Medium
Update: This article is part of a series. Check out the full series: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7 and Part 8! You can also read this article in Italiano, Español, Türkçe, Русский, 한국어 Português, فارسی or 普通话. via Pocket
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december 2017 by jolilius
Machine Learning is Fun! – Adam Geitgey – Medium
Update: This article is part of a series. via Pocket
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december 2017 by jolilius
TetraVue Says Its Lidar Will Dominate the Robocar Business - IEEE Spectrum
TetraVue's flash lidar collects 60 million bits of data per second through a series of flashes that last for just 40 nanoseconds each. Standard automotive lidars scan objects with moving laser beams, but flash lidar illuminates the entire scene in an instant in order to take a snapshot. via Pocket
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december 2017 by jolilius
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