It seems they have "lake View" for Lake Jocassee!
Has relatively in depth treatment of lots of different probabailstic problems, with lots of code and graphs
If these two crazy guys are going to rob all seven of Featherstone's joints at once, they're going to need some killer accomplices. A whole bunch of 'em. Seriously though, they have a really big team.
and you’ve asked me for advice ...
The technology took years to develop, and now a Chinese firm is using it in a massive new US factory that will churn out 1.2 million t-shirts per year. (Also has a great company name)
The genius move that turned potato scraps into a frozen-food empire. The Eater site also has lots of interesting food related stuff.
Today we are pleased to announce the Mercury Protocol, a way to distribute messages and social media content on a blockchain.
Mark Cuban backs company developing a blockchain-based messaging platform - SiliconANGLE
This page is for those seeking information on the use and implementation of the HyperNEAT neuroevolution method, an extension of the NEAT method.
NEAT stands for NeuroEvolution of Augmenting Topologies. It is a method for evolving artificial neural networks with a genetic algorithm.
While Deep Learning had many impressive successes, it is only a small part of Machine Learning, which is a small part of AI. We argue that future AI should explore other ways beyond DL.
Clinical trials are testing whether transcranial magnetic stimulation can loosen the grip of this deadly drug
How a tyre-maker's marketing gimmick wrote the book on restaurant ratings.
And what the temporary Black Rock City settlement has to learn.
In case you ever need a new one ... Actually, it is kind of a sad article, but an interesting insight into Japanese culture.
According to First Round Partner Rob Hayes, there are only three things new founders need to focus on to succeed.
The ‘creator’ of Bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto, is the world’s most elusive billionaire. Very few people outside of the Department of Homeland Security know Satoshi’s real name ...
I have the opportunity to share the imperfect story. To share what it's like to succeed in a world where everything is falling down around you.
Facebook Inc. hired Michael Sayman for an internship when he was 17 years old, and gave him a full-time engineering job at 18. Now, the wunderkind is leaving for Alphabet Inc.’s Google.
The Undercover Economist explains why this ancient building material came to dominate the world today—and why that could be a problem in the future.
Why math may—or may not—save US elections.
Not necessarily interesting ... I just thought the (most likely intentional) overuse of acronyms was humorous.
ThinCI (pronounced Think-Eye, violating naming principals), is presenting its new processor architecture ...
Drones equipped with a shark detection system powered by artificial intelligence will start patrolling some Australian beaches from next month in a bid to improve safety.
Another overview of the Microsoft hardware/software announcement. I wonder if Case could collaborate on something with them, since you are already doing the HoloLens. Article says that MS is faster than Google.
A much more detailed look into the BrainWave low level operations and data format, including a new 8or 9 bit floating point format that works well for neural networks while conserving resources.
By Doug Burger, Distinguished Engineer, Microsoft Today at Hot Chips 2017, our cross-Microsoft team unveiled a new deep learning acceleration platform, codenamed Project Brainwave.
Some interesting answers
Some interesting answers
The "world computer" has a people problem.
Intel’s latest Core processors deliver a 40% gain in performance, but are the CPU cores really faster?
Next time you're in Redwood City, California make sure you take a second to look down.
Scientists are learning how to sniff out biased algorithms using clever code–and now anyone can use their methods.