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Vlado Handziski
Researcher, husband, father of two.
Researcher, husband, father of two.
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To enable a more intuitive high-dimensional data exploration process, we are open-sourcing the Embedding Projector, a web application for interactive visualization and analysis of high-dimensional data recently shown as an A.I. Experiment, as part of TensorFlow.

We are also releasing a standalone version at projector.tensorflow.org, where users can visualize their high-dimensional data without the need to install and run TensorFlow. Learn more at the Google Research blog, linked below.

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You heard it here first: pre-announcing the first conference on robotics and machine learning (CoRL), taking place on November 13th to 15th, 2017!

Research at the intersection of learning and robotics is quickly developing into a large, vibrant community, and this will be a great opportunity to bring everyone together in a very focussed setting.

Paper submission deadline to be announced, but likely end of June. We're currently seeking additional corporate sponsors.

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PLEASE DO NOT try this at home... or at work... or anywhere. Leave it up to professionals and YouTuber ProfExtreme.

'The Professor' has used a Raspberry Pi Zero (plus other electrical bits and what-nots) to play midi files with absolutely brilliant results.

Check out their other videos for more 'Tesla coil meets Raspberry Pi' goodness including two coils playing the Airwolf theme.

(I offer no apology for when this song gets stuck in your head!)

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There's more than one way to draw an ellipse.

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Mythbuster 2016 - Das Nachschlagewerk (33 Seiten) ist nunmehr online verfügbar (Als Pdf Download). Martin Rotta hat sich wirklich sehr ins Zeug gelegt!
http://homepage.hispeed.ch/martin_rotta/Mythbuster-Elektroauto-Rotta.pdf
http://bit.do/mythbuster-eauto
http://tff-forum.de/viewtopic.php?f=22&t=11719&start=20
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TL;DR Russian photographer used neural networks to find people he saw on the subway on social networks. And he compared those real life experiences with how those people present themselves. Fascinating. Frightening. https://birdinflight.com/ru/vdohnovenie/fotoproect/06042016-face-big-data.html

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#Nodejs is quickly becoming the go-to platform for full stack development. Which is why we’re excited to join the Node.js Foundation—and to help the framework keep growing. Learn more about how we’ll be working together: https://goo.gl/Uo4xOF
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