Monthly Archives: December 2017

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Flying Car News, December 23

Build Your Own Flying Car This week’s top Flying Car News: A new “homebuilt” flying car, autonomous drones that help farmers, flying insect-scale robots, and more! Flying cars will be a significant part of the future of transportation. Recent advancements in drone technology, electric VTOL aircraft, and autonomous systems have paved the […]

From Perceptron to Deep Neural Nets

As a machine learning engineer, I have been learning and playing with deep learning for quite some time. Now, after finishing all Andrew NG newest deep learning courses in Coursera, I decided to put some of my understanding of this field into a blog post. I found writing things down […]

Analyzing Medium’s posts and building a simple prediction service for “Popular on Medium”

These days Medium is a rage everywhere. Blogging has taken the form of stories with more focus on a personal touch. Medium has become the platform to express your views and share them with the worldwide community. I decided to do a quick analysis on the articles and see what […]

On Weird Machines, etc.

Thomas Dullien’s (@halvarflake) recent paper “Weird machines, exploitability, and provable unexploitability” struck a chord with me, albeit just slightly out of tune. Halvar’s formulation is very close to how my own thinking on this subject has been developing since being introduced to LangSec and the notion of Weird Machines by […]

SpankChain Development Update 005 — December 25, 2017

Happy Holidays! 2017 was an incredible year for us and we have a lot to be thankful for this holiday season. In this merry Christmas update we’ll go over our progress since the token sale and discuss the free public New Years Day cam show we have coming up! Since the […]

Taking Back Control

UWP apps without the Microsoft AppStore. Why? How? Andromeda galaxy. No relevance to the article. Android and IoS are better than Windows at dealing with applications — it’s straightforward to install or delete an app, and safer too. Traditional Desktop applications need to be replaced with a modern alternative. With Universal Apps Windows reigned […]

Swift Top 10 Articles for the Past Month (v.Dec 2017)

For the past month, we’ve ranked nearly 800 Swift articles to pick the Top 10 stories that can help advance your iOS career (1.1% chance) Topics in this list: Algorithm, C/C++, Parallel Programming, Analytics System, URL Routing, Value and Reference Types, Task Automation, Bitcoin JavaScript, Node.JS, Machine Learning, React.JS, etc:  ……….. […]