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Aaron Melton
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adding more points, we would have more possibilities curves in spiral. It would be a sample of the theory of chaos this gif?
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> Having a solid foundation in Computer Science is important in being a successful Software Engineer. This guide is a suggested path for University students to develop their technical skills academically and non-academically through self paced hands-on learning. You may use this guide to determine courses to take but please make sure you are taking courses required for your major or faculty in order to graduate. The online resources provided in this guide are not meant to replace courses available at your University. However, they may help supplement your learnings or provide an introduction to the topic.

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Interesting
Of course it's amusing to think that it's news that this is being done-the characteristics of the network (i.e. how it's being done, cf. the linked paper) are much more interesting.

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Hang out with CERN - today 19 June

This should be a really interesting Hangout and provide some interesting ideas for teachers to take back to the classroom - especially if you have been on one of our +CERN  trips for teachers (More info here http://bit.ly/NV200)

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Interesting to see where this goes.
Bioengineers have developed new microchips based on the human brain that are 9,000 times faster and use significantly less power than a typical PC. http://bit.ly/1o0sqEN
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Great commercial
Touching commercial 

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So, I recently bought John Foreman's book "Data Smart." Great book, definitely recommended. And since I'm working on an NLP problem to build a suite of products (and hopefully a business) around, I thought I'd try building my own Naive Bayes spreadsheet in Excel.

To go a step further, I benchmarked my spreadsheet against a model I trained using Google's Prediction API. After running 200 tweets through, here are some photos I took after the 1st 100 test tweets and the 2nd 100: 
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Wireless alarm system. Pretty cool.
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