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Deep Neural Networks are Easily Fooled: High Confidence Predictions for Unrecognizable Images
"it is easy to produce images that are completely unrecognizable to humans, but that state-of-the art DNNs believe to be recognizable objects with 99.99% confidence"
machinelearning  deeplearning  glitch  error 
2 days ago
Making Pinterest — Building the interests platform
"The interest graph - the connections that make up the Pinterest index - creates bridges between Pins, boards, and Pinners. It’s our job to build a system that helps people to collect the things they love, and connect them to communities of engaged people who share similar interests and can help them discover more."
algorithm  collections  discovery  web2.0 
3 days ago
The Deleted City 2.0
Interactive / navigable visual archive of the 650Gb Geocities archive
visualisation  archive  web  art 
3 days ago
Manovich et al - How to Compare One Million Images
Description of Cultural Analytics work on large manga image db. Analysis using pixel-based feature extraction. 2011?
cultural_data  visualisation  digital_humanities  comics 
3 days ago
Weird Ecology: On The Southern Reach Trilogy | The Los Angeles Review of Books
Impressed / freaked out by 's Southern Reach books. Mycological eco-sci-fi-horror. LARB review:
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8 days ago
Scaled in Miles
seen this example of visualising artist career and collabs?
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11 days ago
MetaMind - Deep Learning for Enterprise
These folks offer deep learning (including image classification) "on tap" MetaMind
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11 days ago
On File Formats, Very Briefly, by Paul Ford · The Manual
RT : I wrote a thing about file formats a while ago, for The Manual, and it is now up on the Internet with a lesson:
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15 days ago
in transit X on Vimeo
in transit X - superb kinetic light sculpture from is "phenomenal formalism" a thing?
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16 days ago
Six Myths About Climate Change that Liberals Rarely Question
A solid crit of lefty business-as-usual smugness about energy, economy and climate via
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17 days ago
Ouxpo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
oh and of course it goes deeper - nb OuOUpo - the Oulipo for Oulipos
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17 days ago
Shabazz Palaces - Motion Sickness (Live on KEXP) - YouTube
Still loving Shabazz Palaces to bits. Hip hop with its mind blown...
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18 days ago
Succession
The Venerable Bede laying hands on the wounded HMS Kelly.
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19 days ago
Untitled (http://aparrish.github.io/nanogenmo2014/final.pdf)
"I heard the shrill startling notes of the screech-owl. I saw shampooing going on." Amazing by
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19 days ago
The Cultural Knowledge Ecology
UK arts council - A discussion paper on partnerships between HEIs and cultural organisations
policy  university  collaboration  culture  uk 
21 days ago
Succession
hey did you find this one? superb!
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23 days ago
Succession
Ooh some fresh Succession finds this morning. Sunlight / Furnace Shaft / HMS Ark Royal
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23 days ago
Agates – Time Compiled | Dataisnature
RT : Agates – Time Compiled Agates as Earth process & chaotic system data visualisations.
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25 days ago
Succession
both superb! There's a mirror within a mirror in feels a bit Inception...
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25 days ago
Succession
George VI, Elizabeth II and Caged Miners.
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28 days ago
Log In - The New York Times
GLAM / collections folks: machine learning for image "content recognition" - looks wild
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4 weeks ago
Succession
Alderman Blackwell, icebreaker and rhododendron (with mine shafts)
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4 weeks ago
RANDOM.ORG - True Random Number Service
RANDOM.ORG offers true random numbers to anyone on the Internet. The randomness comes from atmospheric noise, which for many purposes is better than the pseudo-random number algorithms typically used in computer programs.
randomness  materiality  noise  project:holo2 
4 weeks ago
Succession
Oil-sight and filler (with Prince Philip and breathing apparatus).
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4 weeks ago
Wired 11.08: Totally Random
How two math geeks with a lava lamp and a webcam are about to unleash chaos on the Internet.
By Tom McNichol
randomness  physics  complexity  indeterminacy  computation  project:holo2 
5 weeks ago
Succession
RT : Launch of the Superflex Bravo. Joseph Swan's experiment journal. Transactions. Four Lanes Ends Metro interchange.
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5 weeks ago
Succession
Anti-priming pipe (with shipyards and ruined priory) …
(via )
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5 weeks ago
Imitation is what makes us human and creative – Kat McGowan – Aeon
Novel innovation is overrated. Culture depends on imitators and tinkerers via
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5 weeks ago
Succession
Surface Condenser and Air Pump (with duck and knights)
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5 weeks ago
Succession
RT : I really love this . Great stuff.
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5 weeks ago
Approaching the Inexplicable — Medium
Because your feed needs more electromagnetic fungus: and , Approaching the Inexplicable
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5 weeks ago
The Grid
Web designers, is AI coming for the "creative industries"? Or is web dev so formulaic it can be automated...
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6 weeks ago
AMOS | Project Overview
Welcome to AMOS, the Archive of Many Outdoor Scenes! AMOS is a collection of long-term timelapse imagery from publicly accessible outdoor webcams around the world. We explore how to use these images to learn about the world around us, with a focus on understanding changes in natural environments and understanding how people use public spaces.
timelapse  spacetime  webcam  archive  compsci 
7 weeks ago
Allan Sekula: Fish Story | SMMoA
tangent: recently happened across Alan Sekula's Fish Story - amazing project on global shipping
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9 weeks ago
William Gibson Has No Idea How the Future Will See Us | Motherboard
William Gibson on the new book: "history is fully as speculative a discipline as writing science fiction"
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9 weeks ago
Critical Making - Hertz
Critical Making is a handmade book project by Garnet Hertz that explores how hands-on productive work ‐ making ‐ can supplement and extend critical reflection on technology and society. It works to blend and extend the fields of design, contemporary art, DIY/craft and technological development. It also can be thought of as an appeal to the electronic DIY maker movement to be critically engaged with culture, history and society: after learning to use a 3D printer, making an LED blink or using an Arduino, then what?
art  book  criticism  making  criticalmaking  zine 
9 weeks ago
Time to move to a post-carbon world
RT : Well done & Ian Young . It is, as Ian says "Time to move to a post-carbon world"
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9 weeks ago
Reflections
Wycliffe Hill's "Plot Genie" (1932) was a cardboard "computer" for generating narratives
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10 weeks ago
Logic machines and diagrams : Gardner, Martin : Free Download & Streaming : Internet Archive
Homework today on Ramon Lull's 13th-century combinatorics. Here's Martin Gardner on Lull at
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10 weeks ago
Internet Archive: Digital Library of Free Books, Movies, Music & Wayback Machine
Homework today on Ramon Lull's 13th-century combinatorics. Here's Martin Gardner on Lull at
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10 weeks ago
Schedule | THATCamp Canberra 2014
RT : Our workshop schedule is now online -- everything from regular expressions to poetics!
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10 weeks ago
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