Lynx Roundup, January 9th 2021 Deep learning is not the key to unlocking the Singularity! High-quality datasets organized by topic! Data science library to automate your workflow! Matthew Alhonte 09 Jan 2021 Deep learning is not the key to unlocking the SingularityDeep learning is the use of neural networks to solve an approximation, regression, or classification task. This tool has become the prominent device for showcasing intelligent agents, but it does not…Towards Data ScienceNathan LambertDataset CollectionsCollections - high quality data and datasets organized by topic. Data Collections, Climate Change, Economic Data, Geodata, Inflation, Linked Open Data, Machine Learning, Reference Data, World BankDataHubDatopianA Neural Network Approach to Antibiotic DiscoveryThe neural network was built from scratch and trained using everyday open-source Python-based technologies.Welcome to the JungleWelcome to the JungleAethos — A Data Science Library to Automate WorkflowAs a Data Scientist in industry, there are a few pain points that I’m sure a lot of other data scientists can relate to: Aethos is a Python library of automated Data Science techniques and use cases…Towards Data ScienceAshton Sidhuchannable/opnieuwOne weird trick to make your code more reliable. Contribute to channable/opnieuw development by creating an account on GitHub.GitHubchannableThinking about #SlowScience and how to get there (as a field ... for my part, it's #NLProc and #linguistics that I particularly care about, but #NLProc will probably do whatever #ML does). It's relatively easy to identify reasons why slow science is better: 1/n— Emily M. Bender (@emilymbender) March 1, 2020 The life of compiler writer: "straightforward" type checker code cleanup -> find premature optimization in type-checked AST -> find missed optimization in mid-level optimizer -> find bug in runtime that didn't match intended language semantics— Doug Gregor (@dgregor79) November 19, 2019 Roundup Matthew Alhonte @MattAlhonte 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. Hackers and Slackers Newsletter Join the newsletter to receive the latest updates in your inbox. Your email address Subscribe Please check your inbox and click the link to confirm your subscription. Please enter a valid email address! An error occurred, please try again later.