Jupyter Notebook (a.k.a iPython Notebook) is brilliant coding tool.
As every renter in San Francisco and Seattle knows, the tech industry can be a big contributor to the lack of affordable housing in urban areas. But Google’s sister company, Sidewalk Labs, is convinced it can also be part of the solution
Can artificial intelligence help battle malaria? Intellectual Ventures CEO Nathan Myhrvold says it’s time for his company’s AI-enabled microscope to join the fray
Bill Shockley brought the transistor to a pasture in Palo Alto, but he didn’t land there by chance. There was already a plot afoot which had nothing to do with silicon ...
A handful of companies are luring away top researchers, but academics say they are killing the geese that lay the golden eggs
By a StackOverflow Data Scientist ...
This former NASA engineer has a cool science Youtube channel and I think also a cable science show.
Whether or not you like the so-called Internet of Things, the fact is that we do live in an internet of things, and every one of those things has a chip..
Unveiling a University research initiative
The best way to stay in touch is to continue brushing up on your knowledge while also maintaining experience. It’s the perfect storm or combination of skills to help you succeed in the industry.
These guys are currently flying from the US to Austria, via Iceland and Greenland!!
When I posed this question on Twitter, the stories poured out and patterns emerged. Real regrets are about bad choices in love, learning and loss, being held back by fear – and self-blame
Graphics card and electronics manufacturer Nvidia released a paper on Friday showing off a new method of generating unique faces via a generative adversarial network (GAN) ...
Investigation to find a better rational approximation for pi. Can we get out more digits than we put in? Note some good comments as well
Researchers are training algorithms to spot tell-tale signs of self-harm in brain scans. But there’s probably better data to use.
While it's hard to measure such things precisely, a pretty good argument can be made that 2017 is Silicon Valley's crappiest year on record. And the global tech hub has only itself to blame. (I'm not sure what a cute baby has to do with the article, except perhaps that he looks a bit miffed. Or maybe it's the crappy part :-) )
How the secretive Silicon Valley lab is trying to resurrect the lost art of invention. "It was my first lesson in radical creativity. Moonshots don’t begin with brainstorming clever answers. They start with the hard work of finding the right questions."      Note: it looks like Atlantic has audio versions of some of their articles on SoundCloud. There is a link to the audio in the article.
In the absence of physical evidence, scientists are employing powerful computational tools to attempt to solve the greatest aviation mystery of our time: the disappearance of flight MH370.
The U.S. Army is developing a new way to test technologies and tactics—but first they have to get tens of thousands of soldiers to play it.
The company built custom ASICs for mining cryptocurrencies. Now it is using that experience to dive into deep learning.
A computer guesses what people are watching based on brain activity
This is the latest example of how bias creeps into artificial intelligence.
On paper, smartphones are amazing pieces of glass. They have magically cured boredom as we always have something to do ...
In this article, two basic feed-forward neural networks (FFNNs) will be created using TensorFlow deep learning library in Python. The reader should have basic understanding of how neural networks work and its concepts in order to apply them programmatically.
Machines can crunch reams of data more quickly than human analysts and, with the right data, identify obscure correlations and patterns.