Lynx Roundup, March 22nd 2020 Analyzing 30 years of flight data with Python! Kicking facial recognition out of your town! Machine learning finds new metamaterial designs for energy harvesting! Matthew Alhonte 22 Mar 2020 Flying high with Vaex: analysis of over 30 years of flight data in PythonUsing the Python DataFrame library Vaex, I present the analysis of nearly 200 million flights made by U.S. carriers. Vaex uses fast out-of-core algorithms, making memory issues a thing of the past.Towards Data ScienceJovan VeljanoskiThis is how you kick facial recognition out of your townBans on the technology have mostly focused on law enforcement, but there’s a growing movement to get it out of school, parks, and private businesses too.MIT Technology ReviewAngela ChenNo boy has all 3:-is within set of all sets that contain themselves-is within set of all sets that do not contain themselves-is a logically coherent system— Shuja Haider (@shujaxhaider) October 6, 2019 Machine learning finds new metamaterial designs for energy harvestingElectrical engineers at Duke University have harnessed the power of machine learning to design dielectric (non-metal) metamaterials that absorb and emit specific frequencies of terahertz radiation. The design technique changed what could have been more than 2000 years of calculation into 23 hours, c…Phys.orgKen KingeryData Science’s Most Misunderstood HeroBe careful which skills you put on a pedestal, since the effects of unwise choices can be devastating. In addition to mismanaged teams and unnecessary hires, you’ll see the real heroes quitting or…Towards Data ScienceCassie KozyrkovWhy is Machine Learning Deployment Hard? - KDnuggetsDeveloping an excellent machine learning model is one thing. Deploying it to production is another. Consider these lessons learned and recommendations for approaching this important challenge to help ensure value from your AI work.KDnuggetsPatterns for Decentralised OrganisingPractical guidance for teams, organisations and networks to manage without hierarchy.LeanpubRichard D. Bartlett 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.