Lynx Roundup, May 26th 2020

Lynx Roundup, May 26th 2020

Google launches TensorFlow for quantum computers! Scientists make hydrogen energy out of water! Why your Python code should be flat and sparse!

Matthew Alhonte
Matthew Alhonte
Google launches TensorFlow for quantum computers
Google today launched TensorFlow Quantum (TFQ), an open-source library for prototyping quantum machine learning models. Quantum computers aren’t quite mainstream yet, but when they arrive they’ll need algorithms. TFQ fills that Gap by making it possible for developers to create hybrid AI algorithms …
Scientists find cheaper way to make hydrogen energy out of water
Hydrogen-powered cars may soon become more than just a novelty after a UNSW-led team of scientists demonstrated a much cheaper and sustainable way to create the hydrogen required to power them.
zykls/whynot
A Python sandbox for decision making in dynamics. Contribute to zykls/whynot development by creating an account on GitHub.
Why your Python code should be flat and sparse
The Zen of Python is called that for a reason. It was never supposed to provide easy-to-follow guidelines for programming. The rules are specified tersely and are designed to engage the reader in deep thought.
The makings of a crystal flipper
Hokkaido University scientists have fabricated a crystal that autonomously flips back and forth while changing its flipping patterns in response to lighting conditions. Their findings, published in a Chemistry Europe’s journal, bring scientists closer to understanding how to build molecular robots t…
Amazon Machine Learning — A Deep Dive Into AWS SageMaker
Machine learning is a powerful concept of finding patterns from data. However, if you have tried building a machine model from scratch, you should be aware of the challenges involved in designing a…
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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.