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"Bias laundering" happens when we choose to ignore the biases of automated decision systems because of the illusion…
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And a lot of men get all bent out of shape because of that Gillette commercial.
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I’m Marie Fucking Kondo and You Can Keep All Your Fucking Books, You Ingrates | Points in Case
Ex-fucking-cuse me for suggesting your “Female Body Inspector” t-shirt may not be as precious as you think it is.
MarieKondo  Satire 
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Day two of my mobile number not being ported correctly.

Sad to say how much of an electronic…
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“Imagine the word of God without religious groupies. Imagine the Savior Born in a Mexican hooptie. Persecuted singl…
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Automatic Feature Engineering with Driverless AI - Neural Market Trends
Reading: Automatic Feature Engineering with Driverless AI link:
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This is key. Keep the books you want and donate the rest to your local library. Then support your local…
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The Ultimate Guide to Data Classes in Python 3.7 – Real Python
One new and exciting feature coming in Python 3.7 is the data class. A data class is a class typically containing mainly data, although there aren’t really any restrictions. It is created using the new @dataclass decorator,
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RT : Trump has obviously emboldened these racists but he didn’t create them, they’ve been here all along, lurking & cree…
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RT : This shit is not new. This isn’t “Trump’s America”- it’s the America Native ppl have always known- a place that’s b…
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RT : “Doesn’t everything die at last, and too soon?”

Mary Oliver:
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Thomas Ott on Instagram: “This cracked me up like no tomorrow. For some strange reason I had to tag Jen.”
This cracked me up like no tomorrow. For some strange reason I had to tag Jen. @ Times Square, New York City
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6 days ago
Bridgewater's Ray Dalio: Capitalism is not working for most people
“Capitalism basically is not working for the majority of people. That’s just the reality,” Dalio said at the 2018 Summit conference in Los Angeles in November. Monday, Dalio tweeted a video of his Summit talk.
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7 days ago
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A financial legend has died.
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7 days ago
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True, I do console myself with the thought "at least we don't have Trump". Let's hope…
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This vid has gotten some people all upset, thinking it's an attack on men. It's not. You know what, good for you…
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8 days ago
Predictions for 2019 | ML/AI
Democratization does not mean that the receptionist will build models between phone calls. It means that the receptionist contributes to an AI project that will improve customer call handling. People contribute to projects in many different ways. They don’t all need to know how to hyperparameterize a Generalized Linear Model.

Vendors that understand this will thrive. They will help customers define strategy, define roles, rethink the workflow, and identify AI opportunities.
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8 days ago
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Can’t believe that the World is upside down. Good people are suffering and the other ones make political alliances…
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9 days ago
Canada: After 37 Years Rock Magazine Ends Print Edition – RIP ‘Maximum Rocknroll’ | xenagoguevicene
It is with heavy hearts that we are announcing the end of Maximum Rocknroll as a monthly print fanzine.
Print  Zine 
9 days ago
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This is the right direction for a new workforce IMHO.
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9 days ago
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Functional Programming in Python. One argument for writing functions instead of classes.
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10 days ago
Functional Programming in Python - Neural Market Trends
Functional Programming in Python. One argument for writing functions instead of classes.
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10 days ago
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I’ve been reading posts on writing classes in python and functional programming in python. Then I…
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12 days ago
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Following PEP-8 is like reading "Tidying up your source code with Marie Kondo".

You should just throw the…
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13 days ago
[1901.01588] PyOD: A Python Toolbox for Scalable Outlier Detection
PyOD is an open-source Python toolbox for performing scalable outlier detection on multivariate data. Uniquely, it provides access to a wide range of outlier detection algorithms, including established outlier ensembles and more recent neural network-based approaches, under a single, well-documented API designed for use by both practitioners and researchers. With robustness and scalability in mind, best practices such as unit testing, continuous integration, code coverage, maintainability checks, interactive examples and parallelization are emphasized as core components in the toolbox's development. PyOD is compatible with both Python 2 and 3 and can be installed through Python Package Index (PyPI) or
Python3  OutlierDetection 
13 days ago
Wayfair Data Science Explains It All: Product Recommendations - YouTube
This week, Vinny DeGenova will give a brief introduction to recommender systems used to generate product recommendations. Wayfair uses this technology to generate personalized browser pages with listings for products customers may be interested in purchasing, based on their previous shopping habits. In this video, Vinny discusses what kind of recommender systems are out there, which ones we employ at Wayfair, and how we leverage these systems to curate helpful, personalized experiences for our customers
Machine-Learning  ProductRecommendation  DataScience  Video 
13 days ago
Interviews with Machine Learning Heroes – Hacker Noon
In this Series of Blog Posts, I talk with People that have really inspired me and whom I look up to as my role-models.

The motivation behind doing this is, you might see some patterns and hopefully you’d be able to learn from the amazing people that I have had the chance of learning from.
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13 days ago
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Learn Automatic Feature Engineering with Driverless AI, presented by Kaggle Grandmaster Dmitry Larko.…
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14 days ago
Class — Python for you and me 0.3.alpha1 documentation
Before writing your first class, you should know the syntax. We define a class in the following way.
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14 days ago
Introduction to Functional Programming in Python
In the previous example, we were able to count the lines only with the use of functions. When we only use functions, we are applying a functional approach to programming which is, non-excitingly, called functional programming. The concepts behind functional programming requires functions to be stateless, and rely only on their given inputs to produce an output.
Python3  Programming 
14 days ago
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Successfully ran in today. Very exciting new way to teach data science! Experienced…
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15 days ago
data Artisans + Alibaba: A new chapter for Open Source Big Data
That’s why we started Apache Flink as an open source framework for efficient, yet user-friendly data processing at massive scale. Fast forward to January 2019 and Flink is one of the fastest growing communities in the Apache Software Foundation, with hundreds of contributors and astonishing adoption by some of the largest companies in the world from multiple industries and geographies.
Flink  OpenSource  BigData 
15 days ago
Alibaba Snaps Up data Artisans for €90 million: Open Sources Flink Code
Alibaba has bought Berlin-based startup Data Artisans for a reported €90 million (£80 million) in a deal that will see the $39 billion (by 2017-2018 revenues) Chinese juggernaut take its in-house Apache Flink code developments open source.

Ed note: I'm seeing this more and more, large organizatons snapping up Open Source related startups and then 'open sourcing' things. It's a great way to be ahead of the curve in the OS world.
OpenSource  Flink  BigData 
15 days ago
Deep RL Bootcamp - Lectures
Deep Reinforcement Learning Lectures with slides and videos. Gold!
DeepLearning 
15 days ago
Twitter
Eddie Lampert's ego and management style killed off an iconic brand. I'm sad for the 1,000's of people that are goi…
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15 days ago
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shame on you! I've been a user of your platform for years. I will migrate elsewhere now.
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15 days ago
Will U.S. Housing Prices Crash? This Bear Says Worst Yet to Come - Bloomberg
“Housing could be heading for its worst year since the last housing crash," Stack, 67, said in a phone interview. “Expect home sales to continue on a downward trend in the next 12-plus months. And there’s a significant downside risk to housing prices if a recession takes hold.”
RealEstate  Economics  Markets 
16 days ago
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Over the past week I fiddled around with the latest DAI 1.4.2 running on an GPU box. Here's a w…
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I’m the same way. Deep anxiety/stress switches off my creativity. But…
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16 days ago
Yes, You Should Delete Facebook – Member Feature Stories – Medium
I agree! I deactivated Facebook in December.

Yes, you should delete : via…
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16 days ago
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I agree! I deactivated Facebook in December.

Yes, you should delete : via…
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16 days ago
Time Series Prediction with LSTM Recurrent Neural Networks in Python with Keras
A powerful type of neural network designed to handle sequence dependence is called recurrent neural networks. The Long Short-Term Memory network or LSTM network is a type of recurrent neural network used in deep learning because very large architectures can be successfully trained.
DeepLearning  LSTM  Tutorials 
16 days ago
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Should Data Scientists Know How To Write Production Code? Yes, they should! - I couldn't agree more. Only a model i…
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16 days ago
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"How do I know I'm right?" How Ray Dalio beats the market by asking this question.
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16 days ago
Ray Dalio's Pure Alpha Fund - Neural Market Trends
"How do I know I'm right?" How Ray Dalio beats the market by asking this question.
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16 days ago
Bridgewater's Pure Alpha Fund Is Said to Return 14.6% Last Year - Bloomberg
Bridgewater Associates’ flagship hedge fund rose 14.6 percent last year as stocks fell broadly, according to a document seen by Bloomberg.

The Westport, Connecticut-based firm is the world’s biggest hedge fund with about $160 billion in assets. The gains for its Pure Alpha Strategy came as other fund managers were whipsawed by volatile markets, resulting in the industry posting one of its worst years ever.

Hedge funds on average lost 6.7 percent in 2018, according to the HFRX Global Hedge Fund Index. That compares with a 4.4 percent decline for the S&P 500 Index of stocks.
Investing 
16 days ago
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Wow, I've gotten such wonderful responses. It says so much about the that we can open up and talk…
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16 days ago
Untitled (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K8O3bpR4mdQ&feature=youtu.be&a)
I liked a video 4 Levels of Brownies: Amateur to Food Scientist | Epicurious
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17 days ago
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I liked a video 4 Levels of Chocolate Chip Cookies: Amateur to Food Scientist | Epicurious
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17 days ago
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I completely get that. When I feel that way I force myself to write two paragraphs.…
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17 days ago
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Great hike today with the family and friends. Here's a great shot of my nephew and me. Hard to believe he's almost…
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17 days ago
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Connected Alexa to the family calendar and also added that calendar to my work calendar. Boy do I feel productive.…
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17 days ago
Ocean Cleanup device breaks down, well before ridding Pacific of plastics
The project's 2,000-foot-long screen — which was already failing to capture plastic while stationed more than 1,000 miles off the coast of California — broke apart just before New Year's under the constant wind and waves of the Pacific Ocean.
Environment  Oceans 
17 days ago
Twitter
Looking at the S&P500's death cross and test on the daily and weeky charts.
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17 days ago
Death Cross & a Test - Neural Market Trends
Looking at the S&P500's death cross and test on the daily and weeky charts.
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