Lynx Roundup, September 20th 2020 The Nested Containment List: a datastructure for interval overlap queries! Clean Python for data scientists! Quantifying independently reproducible machine learning! Matthew Alhonte 20 Sep 2020 Can We Force AIs to Be Fair Towards People? Scientists Just Invented a WayArtificial intelligence, it seems, can figure out how to do just about anything. It can simulate the Universe, learn to solve a Rubik’s Cube with just one hand, and even find ghosts hidden in our past.ScienceAlertPeter DockrillFPGA Inroads to Convolutional Neural Networks Quantifying Independently Reproducible Machine LearningMany warn that Artificial Intelligence has a serious reproducibility crisis, but is it so? Some conclusions from the author’s experience trying to replicate 255 papers.The GradientEdward RaffThe Future of Machine Learning Will Include a Lot Less Engineering - KDnuggetsDespite getting less attention, the systems-level design and engineering challenges in ML are still very important — creating something useful requires more than building good models, it requires building good systems.KDnuggetsMy doctor and I are still trying to figure out why I'm having fatigue+ issues, and she asked me to keep track of the quantity of water, salts, etc I'm ingesting, and she said "come back in 2 weeks with the data"Hope she's ready for some ggplots— Dr Maureen Berg (@MaureenBug) February 13, 2020 biocore-ntnu/nclsThe Nested Containment List for Python. Basically an immutable interval-tree that is silly fast for both construction and lookups. - biocore-ntnu/nclsGitHubbiocore-ntnuDown with technical debt! Clean Python for data scientists.Data science teams tend to pull in two competing directions. On one side there’s the data engineers who value highly reliable, robust code which carries low technical debt. On the other, there are…Towards Data ScienceAndrew Greatorex 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.