When I hear the word ecosystem, I think of my science class as a kid. Specifically, I remember having to choose an environmental ecosystem to do a project on.Read Full Story
Artificial Intelligence has evolved from being a buzz word to a reality today. Companies with expertise in machine learning systems are looking to graduate to Artificial Intelligence-based technologies. The enterprises that do not yet have a machine learning culture are trying to devise a strategy to put one in place.Read Full Story
More often than not, when people hear the word storytelling, they think of novels, short stories, poetry. But as the world is moving forward, driving forth every existing concept, no idea remains unchanged. Storytelling is no exception—it’s becoming a pivotal foundation of Content and Brand Marketing.Read Full Story
There, I said it. I said the “R” word. And no, I’m not talking the political “R” word. I’m talking about the potential of a… r-e-c-e-s-s-i-o-n.Read Full Story
Word vector models represent each word in a vocabulary as a vector in a continuous space such that words that share the same context are “close” together. Being close is measured using a distance metric or similarity measure such as the Euclidean distance or cosine similarity.Read Full Story
I was reading a paper the other day and came across the word aleatory.
This turns out to be an excellent word. It comes from the Latin alea for “dice”, as in alea jacta est, which is what you say
when you’re Julius Caesar and you cross the Rubicon.
It means random, or subject to chance.
An anagram of a word is another word formed by rearranging its letters. For example, “restful” and “fluster” are anagrams.
How common are anagrams? What is the largest set of words that are anagrams of each other? What are the longest words which have anagrams?
You’ll get different answers to these questions depending on what dictionary you use.
The word Diophantine refers to Diophantus, the third century mathematician from Alexandria. Numbers are the fundamental building blocks of mathematics, so he started thinking about problems for which we need integer solutions. For example, how many horses do we need to achieve a particular task? Even if the exact answer is 15.5, we cannot really cut the last horse into half.Read Full Story