If you are a long-time reader of Data Science Central, you may notice, the next time you visit, that things look a bit … different… Read More »DSC Weekly Digest 11 January 2022: Houston, We Have Lift-off
Newsfeeds are some of the more useful features of many websites, albeit frequently underappreciated by those who see feeds as just an odd-ball bit of text. A typical newsfeed contains a wealth of information about a site and the articles on it.
Can Machine Learning Do Symbolic Manipulation? I spent some time over the holidays engaged in a fascinating online conversation. The gist of it was a… Read More »DSC Weekly Digest 04 Jan 2022: Can Machine Learning Do Symbolic Manipulation?
The last week of the year has traditionally been about reflections and planning, taking stock of the old (or auld), and preparing for the changes… Read More »DSC Weekly Digest 28 December 2021: An Auld Lang Syne (and Cosyne Too)
Today, the 21st of December, is the Winter Solstice, unless you happen to be in sub-Saharan Africa, Australia, Argentina, or Antarctica, or other points south… Read More »DSC Weekly Digest 21 December 2021: Winter Solstice Shenanigans
Artificial Intelligence has a long history of oscillating between two somewhat contradictory poles. On one side, exemplified by Noam Chomsky, Marvin Minsky, Seymour Papert, and… Read More »Where Semantics and Machine Learning Converge
The day before I started writing this, a tornado hit central Kentucky, touching down and then staying in contact with the ground for more than… Read More »DSC Weekly Digest 14 December 2021: Evolution and the Winds of Change
An Unevenly Distributed Future Once again, the specter of a new n-Cov-2 variant, in this case, omicron, is making its way around the world, like… Read More »DSC Weekly Digest 7 December 2021: Unevenly Distributed Futures
This article explores a few features of the new DSC Gutenberg editor, illustrating how specifically to use the new components to build out professional-quality content.