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MinHashing for Beginners
Due to popular demand of my MinHashing class in my common library, I decided to do a quick and dirty walkthrough of how to vectorize, MinHash and lookup your data! What is MinHashing good for? MinHashing in the first place is used to speed up nearest neighb...
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Somehow, I had missed this November blog post from Microsoft about the deployment of convnet-based image recognition and similarity search in Bing.
A few months ago we provided a behind the scenes look into how Bing is improving image search quality. In this post we wanted to take the opportunity to...
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*Series of 4 Hangouts beginning July 6 at 4:00 PM EST (New York Time). You should have received invitation for the UAV Fundamentals Hangout on Air from Dr. LeMeiux* He is the President of Unmanned Vehicle University and author of “Introduction to Unmanned Systems: Air, Ground, Sea and Space, Technologies and Commercial Applications.” He is conducting the four hangouts on air for Open Engineering University’s Unmanned Aircraft Systems Fundamentals Course. Please confirm if you are attending on your events tab and make the date and time on your calendar. Here is the link to the course community: https://plus.google.com/b/116933350390355237142/communities/111337294092879894738 And here is the link to Unmanned Vehicle University: http://www.uxvuniversity.com
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When I debug recursive code, part III.
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recursion!
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really amazing technology
 
Smart headlights see through rain, snow. Turn your headlights into projectors, then use a camera pair and fast computer to calculate where the raindrops are going to be and turn off those pixels on the projectors, and voilà, you can see through the rain like it's not there. 
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YouTube search box -> "do the harlem shake" -> watch & laugh (nicely done, YouTube team)
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shut up and take my money
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Fixing Alienware's MX14r2 Audio on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS
Today I was using my Alienware MX14r2 again since a long time and after the upgrade to Ubuntu 14.04 my speakers work, but my headphone jack didn't respond anymore. So if you see the following symptoms, I think I got a fix for you. Speakers work and headphon...
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Hey Bro - what's up?
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A comic by yours truly in the New York Times (Business section, first page)... Shameless pride! :-)
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Videos of talks at the IPAM/CIfAR Summer School on Deep Learning and Feature Learning which took place at IPAM/UCLA last July are now available in several resolutions: 1080p, 480p and 240p for those of us wanting to watch them over a low bandwidth channel.
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Impressive action to hold a mirror in front of the pirates' faces. I have bought GameDev Tycoon and enjoy it so far. Great game!
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IIS or Apache?
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Software Engineer for Big Data at Microsoft, AI enthusiast and transhumanist- living in London. As a blogger, I write about (open source) software, exiting graph algorithms and frameworks crunching graphs, distributed systems, machine learning and many other interesting problems I come across.
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