Hey folks 🎉
I moved to Germany on New Year’s Day. Since everything in Germany works a bit slower, I will only get internet next week. But my limited consumption of awesome machine learning shall not hold us back. To the links!
Most Kagglers post their winning solutions but it can be difficult to sift through these posts. Lucky for us there’s a website aggregating solution posts!
Rule-based learning can be extremely finicky but powerful and interpretable! Paypal open-sourced Iguanas for this application!
Understanding transformers is essential for modern-day deep learning. Brandon Rohrer published a Transformers from Scratch post.
I’m trying to survive on the last gigabytes of Roaming from my British cell phone carrier. Figuring out all the shenanigans in a new place and new country. No internet to wind down honestly sucks though.
I made a gamble that it would be pretty Covid safe. It paid off.
I figured flying 6am in New Year’s would be the most covid safe way to travel. I was right. pic.twitter.com/nW1GO1FvKC— Jesper Dr.amsch (@JesperDramsch) January 1, 2022
My phone is the MVP of this international move. Between Corona Apps, calendars, internet access, and maps, it’s also great entertainment with all the podcasts I have to entertain me.
The last paper from my PhD was finally published by IEEE. It uses a self-supervised neural network to match 3D seismic volumes. Definitely the work I’m most proud of from my PhD work.
I published an experimental Youtube Short on websites that will teach you about machine learning.
Safiya Nygaards Boba shop takeover was weirdly educational and as always very entertaining.
In the Christmas issue I wrote about Matt Parkers mathematical Christmas tree and the tree got into Harvard!
Learner of things Mike Boyd spent a video rating all of his videos learning things and it’s inspirational and fun.