Lynx Roundup, October 24th 2020

Lynx Roundup, October 24th 2020

Best machine learning research of 2019! Persist objects in Python with Pickle! Keras inventor charts a new direction for AI!

Matthew Alhonte
Matthew Alhonte
Best Machine Learning Research of 2019
The field of machine learning has continued to accelerate through 2019, moving at light speed with compelling new results coming out of academia and the research arms of large tech firms like Google…
Workers Need to Unionize to Protect Themselves From Algorithmic Bosses
The rapid expansion of algorithmic management technology in 2019 should be a cause for deep concern for all workers, a new report says.
The Python pickle Module: How to Persist Objects in Python – Real Python
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how you can use the Python pickle module to convert your objects into a stream of bytes that can be saved to a disk or sent over a network. You’ll also learn the security implications of using this process on objects from an untrusted source.
What we do at UpSkillie?
We found that landing a good remote job could be hard. There are too few opportunities and too many people looking for it or maybe you are just not in the right time zone for it. By the very nature…
Instagram explains how it uses AI to choose content for your Explore tab
Instagram has shared new details on how its app uses AI and machine learning to surface content for users, stressing that, when making recommendations, it focuses on finding accounts it thinks people will enjoy rather than individual posts. Instagram is explaining its methods at a time when algorith…
Keras inventor Chollet charts a new direction for AI: a Q&A | ZDNet
Google scientist François Chollet has made a lasting contribution to AI in the wildly popular Keras application programming interface. He now hopes to move the field toward a new approach to intelligence. He talked with ZDNet about what he hopes to accomplish.
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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.