Douglas R. Caldwell (e-mail: Douglas.R.Caldwell@erdc.usace.army.mil) is employed as a cartographer and geospatial analyst at the US Army Engineer Research & Development Center, Topographic Engineering
This is a digital pen note taking program that is open source, written in Java, and works under Windows and Linux. I'm not sure if/how it handles pen input. It was written by a math guy who didn't like existing software. It was last updated in 2013. Might be worth a look.
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A new paper was released a few days detailing a new neural net---AlphaGo Zero---that does not need humans to show it how to play Go. Not only does it outperform all previous Go players, human or machine, it does so after only three days of training time. This article will explain how and why it works.
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Another person you might want to contact at some point. He even obliquely mentions his internship at ZRL (the red light camera part) in the article. If you are interested, I can try to contact him to see if he is amenable.
View Jeremy Gordon's profile on AngelList. You might want to try to connect to him via linkedin for his perspective on the valley and starting companies. He started a couple of video game companies. If you are interested, I can try to contact him to see if he is amenable.