Growing up, I used to play “grocery store” with my sister. We’d go into our pantry, take out all the food, and set up a grocery store in our living room. I would typically “buy” goldfish.Read Full Story
Work hard, play hard. Easy to say, but to formally invest in this motto is something entirely different. Yalo, a digital marketing agency based in Atlanta, has always taken a unique approach to solving its clients’ problems.Read Full Story
In my previous article, I explored how emotions play a big part in Not-For-Profit ads, showing how happy and positive emotions boost long term effectiveness; while sadness only results in short term growth.
This time I’d like to consider the other elements that make successful NFP ads.
A few years ago, I was on the myVEGAS app playing the slot machines. This is one of my favorite apps because I can play a game for free and redeem rewards like free hotel rooms and free buffets in one of my favorite places — Las Vegas.Read Full Story
Zark announced the launch of their social gaming app on Apple’s App Store and Google’s Play Store.
Zark is a social gaming app that allows users to invite their friends to play private competitive challenge matches and tournaments. Users invite friends to play their favorite games by issuing custom challenges and win credits that can be redeemed for rewards.
When I was 14, my dream was to play college baseball. But I had one small problem: I only weighed 100 pounds. And even though I still had four years to bulk up and improve my skills, I knew I had a long way to go. Fortunately, my coach always knew how to give me opportunities to shoot for that kept my drive alive.
I think of SMART goals like my former baseball coach.
Partnership Enables Over One Billion Rakuten Viber Users to Access, Share and Play Akazoo Music and Radio Streaming, Globally, Through Popular Messaging Platform
Akazoo S.A., a leading global music streaming platform and technology company announced a global strategic partnership with Rakuten Viber, a global instant messaging, chat and voiceover IP platform.
Graphify is a Neo4j unmanaged extension that provides plug and play natural language text classification.Graphify gives you a mechanism to train natural language parsing models that extract features of a text using deep learning. When training a model to recognize the meaning of a text, you can send an article of text with a provided set of labels that describe the nature of the text.Read Full Story
Designing an application is not a child’s play in any sense and developing an enhanced user experience for the same is quite a task at hand. For this matter, there are numerous approaches adopted by developers and enterprises to design better application and its interface to transform the entire user experience.Read Full Story
Summary: I learn best with toy code that I can play with. This tutorial teaches gradient descent via a very simple toy example, a short python implementation.
Followup Post: I intend to write a followup post to this one adding popular features leveraged by state-of-the-art approaches (likely Dropout, DropConnect, and Momentum). I’ll tweet it out when it’s complete @iamtrask.
When I need to give my brain a rest, I like to play Minecraft on an interesting
server known as Civcraft. The unique thing about this server is that it is
an experiment in anarchy of sorts. There are no rules except not to exploit
software glitches that could give you an unfair advantage. Robbery, murder,
griefing and trolling of all sorts are completely legal within the rules of the
Summary: I learn best with toy code that I can play with. This tutorial teaches DeepMind’s Neural Stack machine via a very simple toy example, a short python implementation. I will also explain my thought process along the way for reading and implementing research papers from scratch, which I hope you will find useful.Read Full Story
Summary: I learn best with toy code that I can play with. This tutorial teaches Recurrent Neural Networks via a very simple toy example, a short python implementation. Chinese Translation Korean Translation
I’ll tweet out (Part 2: LSTM) when it’s complete at @iamtrask.
Many folks are very exited about big data. They like play, explore, work and study this frontier. Most likely these folks either work with or would like to play with large amount of data (hundreds of gigabytes or even terabytes). But here’s the thing, it’s not easy to find a multi-gigabytes dataset.Read Full Story
Not all questions are created equalWe’re not shy about asking the hard questions at OkCupid — in fact, they play a big role in fueling our insanely sophisticated matching algorithm.Read Full Story
Recently, I was trolling around the internet looking for some IP address data to play with. Fortunately, I stumbled across MaxMind’s Geolite Database, which is available for free. All I have to do is include this notice:This product includes GeoLite2 data created by MaxMind, available from http://www.maxmind.com.That’s easy enough.Read Full Story
Since the advent of deep reinforcement learning for game play in 2013, and
simulated robotic control shortly after, a multitude of new algorithms
have flourished. Most of these are model-free algorithms which can be
categorized into three families: deep Q-learning, policy gradients, and Q-value
FIFTH ANNUAL DATA SCIENCE BOWL WILL ANALYZE DIGITAL GAME PLAY TO HELP BUILD MORE EFFECTIVE EDUCATIONAL MEDIA TOOLS FOR CHILDREN
AI agents have learned to play Dota, StarCraft, and Go, by training to beat an
automated system that increases in difficulty as the agent gains skill at the
game: in vanilla self-play, the AI agent plays games against itself, while in
population-based training, each agent must play against a population of other
agents, and the entire population learns to play the game.