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Aperture Science Journal Club
Speculating on the science in speculative fiction.
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Could this Happen?
Where science fiction meets science fact
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Crouching Data, Hidden Code
Social Media Content Analysis Natural Language Processing Data Mining and Machine learning for large-scale social media GPU based processing, distributed and parallel architectures Online Social Interaction Modeling and Analysis Observing and modeling online communities Social network analysis and community detection User behaviour analysis, crowdsourcing and trust analysis Social Media Applications and Architecture Sensing and predicting social media topics and activities Massive Social Data Knowledge Visualization and Exploration
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DataScholars
A blog about data science, computer science, machine learning, artificial intelligence, data mining, analysis, and visualization.
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JACKED IN
MARTIN ANGLER ON HOW TECHNOLOGY RUNS OUR LIVES
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Laws of Robotics
On Artificial Intelligence and Cyberculture
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Machines Like Us
Machines Like Us is a web-resource for those interested in evolutionary thought, cognitive science, synthetic life and artificial intelligence. It provides daily science news, exclusive-interviews with leading researchers, science videos, and a variety of other resources for the discriminating reader.
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Neural Outlet
Projects and thoughts about Artificial Intelligence, Computational Models of Natural Sciences, Number Systems and other things that get stuck in my head. Currently working on multispectral image processing software (WavelengthPro) and arithmetic genetic algorithm (AGA) research.
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studywolf
My name is Travis DeWolf. I am a PhD student at the University of Waterloo, Canada, in the systems design engineering department. I study computational neuroscience. More specifically, I study motor control algorithms and modelling the neural control of movement. This is a blog for things I encounter while coding and researching neuroscience, motor control, and learning.
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thinking about thinking
This is a blog about the field of cognitive science and the study of thinking. Our goal is to figure out why people do the things that they do. The blog is published by the members of the Computation and Cognition Lab @ New York University.
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WhatWeHaveUnlearned
“It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change.” Charles Darwin
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WhatWeHaveUnlearned
“It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change.” Charles Darwin
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