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Richard Creamer
interested in things that are interesting :-)
interested in things that are interesting :-)
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Can graphs sometimes be a good format for blog posts?

This evening, I was skimming through some old files and found this diagram I created several years ago and decided to share this graphic. It was a draft of a blog posting which I had forgotten about and I am only now posting.

This graphic has two parts:

Top branch:

- An argument describing some of the benefits and disadvantages of using graphs vs. unstructured text in blog posts

Lower branch:

- An informal example of an argument expressed as a graph

What do you think? Does this type of format have a place in online media when conciseness and specificity are rarely encountered?

#graphs #argumentation #semanticweb

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Freely Downloadable U.S. National Park Maps
I ran across this site with many free US national park maps and thought I'd share it...

http://npmaps.com/parks/

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The third wave
A bit boring but very educational talk by DARPA on AI. Interesting part i found their description of the three waves of AI:
- handcrafted knowledge
- statistical learning (incl. neural nets etc.)
- contextual adaptation
The third wave is exciting because there machines would not need enormous amounts of examples/data to learn. That could be a big leap forward.

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+Andrew Ng​ is leaving Baidu! Good luck in your next phase!

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Wow!
My Image of Jupiter with the Great Red Spot and Io on the Morning of March 19th 2017.

Taken with a QHY5ii-c camera via a Celestron 9.25 inch scope and a 2x Barlow.

Stack of 34% of 3000 frames


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For all the amateurs in AI like me
This is a great overview for all those people interested but not working in the field of AI (like me). Nice overview of algorithms and their characteristics.
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