Friday, March 11, 2016

Weekly Review 11 March 2016

Some interesting links that I Tweeted about in the last week:

  1. Automated data mining:
  2. Tracking sources of food poisoning using machine learning of tweets about restaurants:
  3. How NoSQL changed machine learning:
  4. Using deep learning to identify bodies of water in orbital images:
  5. Why researchers are using Sci-Hub:
  6. DeepMind's Alphago is set to take on the world's best Go player:
  7. I know what it's like to be the first (and so far only) one in the family to go to university:
  8. Is London becoming a centre for AI businesses?
  9. Number of people doing post-docs seems to be declining: - I'm not surprised: 
  10. Calls for a royal commission to investigate the impact of robotics on UK jobs: 
  11. Post-grad students should be teaching under-grads: 
  12. Human vs machine Go tournament has started:
  13. Why you should learn both R and Python: 
  14. 29% of software developers are afraid AI will replace them: 
  15. AlphaGo won the first match against the world Go champion:
  16. Microsoft is including R in Visual Studio now
  17. List of tutorials on Scikit-Learn 
  18. Avoiding the "technical debt" of machine learning:
  19. AlphaGo has now won two matches in a row against world Go champion:
  20. "Computer conservationists": I think "Computational conservationist" is a better term, they don't conserve computers

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