If you are really enjoying a song, you may start to bob your head to the tunes, but what if you could instead create actual music with this subtle movement? That’s exactly what Andrew Lee’s “Nod Bang”
How do you score a film with rattling floppy disc drives and an electric violin? Composer Bear McCreary and director Joe Miale discuss their unusual musical ... (The movie doesn't look great, but the score seems pretty cool, in a grungy techno kind of way)
A new report tries to bring order to the messy business of measuring AI progress
Why remembering obsolete technologies feels so good
This blog post looks at variants of gradient descent and the algorithms that are commonly used to optimize them.
Anouk Wipprecht’s hackerly interests are hard to summarize, so bear with us. She works primarily on technological dresses, making fashion with themes inspired by nature, but making it interactive
I once went to a meeting with a venture capital firm to pitch them on my company, ThirdLove.
Google ‘Joan Feynman’ and you can feel the search behemoth consider asking for clarification. Did you mean: Richard Feynman? ...