Lynx Roundup, March 19th 2020

Lynx Roundup, March 19th 2020

Quantum radar demonstrated for the first time! Biomolecule acts like a quantum wave! Basic image classification with Tensorflow!

Matthew Alhonte
Matthew Alhonte

Quantum radar has been demonstrated for the first time
A radar device that relies on entangled photons works at such low power that it can hide behind background noise, making it useful for biomedical and security applications.
A natural biomolecule has been measured acting like a quantum wave for the first time
Physicists have watched a chain of 15 amino acids interfere with itself, in an experiment that paves the way for a new era of quantum biology.
Always Ask Good Questions
The questions you should be asking at an interview. Set yourself apart from the others and ensure day 1 you have ready to succeed.
A journal club to fix science
ReproducibiliTea can build up open science without top-down initiatives, says Amy Orben.
How to make your own deep learning accelerator chip!
Currently, there are more than 100 companies all over the world building ASICs (Application Specific Integrated Circuit) or SOC’s (System on Chip) targeted towards deep learning applications. There…
TensorFlow 2.0 Tutorial 01: Basic Image Classification
This tutorial explains the basics of TensorFlow 2.0 with image classification as the example. 1) Data pipeline with dataset API. 2) Train, evaluation, save and restore models with Keras. 3) Multiple-GPU with distributed strategy. 4) Customized training with callbacks

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.