And no, nothing I am listening to comes off of ‘Second Coming’ If you couldn’t tell from my previous post, I am BEYOND excited for all of the new music coming out this year. One of the bands that I’m most stoked about is Slowdive, a classic shoe-gaze band from the early 90’s (listen to their […]
This is the first in a series of blog posts that will read more like essays. While I do love posting jovially about what I’m working on and listening to, I like to indulge my more technical and academic side as well. Enjoy! ……………………………………………… Human beings have been able to record and archive sound for […]
I refuse to become one of those people who limits themselves to a certain “musical prime” from their youth. I admit that 2004-2011 was my peak in actively seeking out new music and being in the loop with the indie genre. Thanks Pitchfork! I have made it my goal this year to catch up in a […]
Over the past few months I have done a lot of soul searching on where I fit in with data science. I kept trying to fit my interests in to what was happening and I realized… I despise it. The realization occured when I was taking a Coursera course on statistics, and while I recognize it’s […]
Positronic Bliss will be on vacation, returning with regular posts the week of October 3rd. Have a great September everyone!
* 10 Machine Learning Algorithms Engineers Need to Know A great reference guide to explaining ML algorithms. * 5 Phases to Successfully Complete a Data Science Project A good workflow for those trying to understand the scope of any data science project. A lot of this can be applied to other types of projects as well. […]
* How the Brightest Minds in AI Are Using Gaming to Reinforce Learning This article outlines how game developers are using artificial intelligence to pioneer fronts on gaming, including No Man’s Sky, whose soundtrack features 65daysofstatic… one of my all-time favorite bands. * Interactive Data Visualization of Geospatial Data using D3.js, DC.js, Leaflet.js and Python A […]