Lynx Roundup, October 26th 2020

Lynx Roundup, October 26th 2020

Worker-in-the-loop Retrospective! A Pytorch adversarial library for attack and defense methods on images and graphs! Build a network from news using Graph Theory!

Matthew Alhonte
Matthew Alhonte
Amazon’s Ring Planned Neighborhood “Watch Lists” Built on Facial Recognition
Documents hint the data could be shared with police, but Ring denies the features are in use or development.
Michael Akilian
nfstream/nfstream
NFStream: a Flexible Network Data Analysis Framework. - nfstream/nfstream
DSE-MSU/DeepRobust
A pytorch adversarial library for attack and defense methods on images and graphs - DSE-MSU/DeepRobust
Survivalism of the rich
The solution to global warming and other threats to survival is not to weatherproof the already privileged, but to fight for democratic and egalitarian politics that protect us all.
Building a Social Network from the News using Graph Theory by Marcell Ferencz
Who are the most influential individuals on the news? What does the sprawling web of politicians, companies and celebrities really look like? How is Meghan Markle related to Argos? If you’ve ever…
Sorry, Projects Don’t Get You Jobs
There is huge misconception about how aspiring Data Scientists actually get that lucrative Data Science position, and it has to do with projects. By projects I mean trying out some latest Machine…
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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.