Lynx Roundup, January 24th 2020

Lynx Roundup, January 24th 2020

Life as a Machine Learning engineer! Computing military aviation! A bunch of Python stuff!

Matthew Alhonte
Matthew Alhonte

But what is this “machine learning engineer” actually doing?
Inspired by recent talk at O’reilly Data Show Podcast “What machine learning engineers need to know” I have decided to shed some light at this traction-gaining subject. While I am not that much of…
Pigs recorded using tools for the first time
The observations could signal a new cognitive skill previously unknown amid swine, which are well known for their intelligence.
Python-inspired Nim: Version 1.0 of the programming language launches | ZDNet
Python has attracted two million new developers over the past year.
How much computing power is needed to keep commercial and military planes flying?
I’ve always wondered, what sort of computing power is needed to keep modern commercial and military planes in the air? There are many systems of a modern commercial plane (e.g an Airbus A350), that
How to easily join data by location in Python — Spatial join
The chances are high that you have joined two tables if you have used Pandas Library. It is incredible how easy it is to combine two different datasets that share columns. But do you know that there…
Does Python Have a Ternary Conditional Operator?
The ternary conditional operator is a short-hand method for writing an if/else statement. There are three components to the ternary operator: the expression/condition, the positive value, and the…
[OC] Visualizing a Neural Network Controlling an Interplanetary Spacecraft Trajectory from dataisbeautiful

Matthew Alhonte

Supervillain in somebody's action hero movie. Experienced a radioactive freak accident at a young age which rendered him part-snake and strangely adept at Python.