Tag Archives: Machine Learning

The weekly recap (2021#18)

Hectic week… sometimes unexpected tasks jeopardize you schedule. Coming back to normal now I hope. Anyway, really interesting stuff has been happening for the past few days. Let’s delve into it: Apple vs the world: episode #1 Recently Apple changed the way its users are noticed about how some apps track their information. This perturbation on the (advertisement) force has

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the Weekly recap

Let’s see for how long can I do this section this time… Lots of really cool stuff happening right now to be honest. I hope this short recap is interesting! Another one bites the dust This week we found out that Yahoo! Answers is shutting down. Another cool site from an old internet era that goes away… Have fun with

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Weekly recap (29/04/2018)

This week we have a lot of interesting stuff: Observing the cell in its native state: Imaging subcellular dynamics in multicellular organisms Adaptive Optics + Light Sheet Microscopy to see living cells inside the body of a Zebra fish (the favorite fish of biologists!). Really impressive images overcoming scattering caused by tissue. You can read more about the paper on

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The week in papers (22/04/18)

As a way to keep posts going, I am starting a short recap about interesting papers being published (or being discovered) every now and then. Probably I will write longer posts about some of them in the future. Let’s get this thing going: Two papers using ‘centroid estimation‘ to retrieve interesting information: Extract voice information using high-speed camera Mariko Akutsu, Yasuhiro

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