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Best links of the week from 29nd April to 5th May
- This Will Be The Biggest Disruption In Higher Education at Forbes.
- Dead Facebook users could outnumber living ones within 50 years at MIT Technology Review.
- To Build Truly Intelligent Machines, Teach Them Cause and Effect at QuantaMagazine.
- The Worlds largest listings of AI Conferences, Events and Meetups with the biggest collection of conference discount codes.
- 2nd International Summer School on Artificial Intelligence: From Deep Learning to Data Analytics.
- Microsoft launches a drag-and-drop machine learning tool at TechCrunch.
- Actively curated list of awesome BI tools at Jan Kyri’s GitHub.
- How much of human height is genetic and how much is due to nutrition at Scientific American.
- Announcing JupyterHub 1.0!
- I hate it that sometimes Jupyter notebooks don’t render properly (or take a long time to render) at GitHub. If you’ve faced similar situations, your solution is here!
- Cryptography That Can’t Be Hacked at QuantaMagazine.
- Hacker-Proof Code Confirmed at QuantaMagazine.
- “PUT DOWN THE DEEP LEARNING: When not to use neural networks (and what to do instead)”, a talk by Rachael Tatman. Code here.
- Socially-Stratified Validation for ML Fairness, another talk by Rachael Tatman.
- Google Books Ngram Viewer is a tool that displays a graph showing how phrases specified by you have occurred in a corpus of books through time.
- Why Generation Y Yuppies Are Unhappy at Wait But Why.
- Looking for data? You mean data? DATA? Yes, data, data and data!!
- Becoming a Data Scientist – Curriculum via Metromap at nirvacana.
- Demystifying Artificial Intelligence. What is Artificial Intelligence & explaining it from different dimensions at nirvacana.
- The weakening relationship between the Impact Factor and papers’ citations in the digital age at arXiv.org.
- Visualização GeoEspacial com R at Gabriel Sartori’s GitHub.