Report from the OpenAI Hackathon

On March 3rd, we hosted our first hackathon with 100 members of the artificial intelligence community. We had over 500 RSVPs arrive within two days of announcing the event — if you didn’t make it this time, please RSVP again in the future! Thank you…

Saving and running programs explained | Hello world for programming beginners (Part 2)

Hello world programs show us how to communicate with the outside world from inside our programs. Let’s look at this in more detail. Saving our programs in files is how we begin to build more sophisticated programs. Once our code is saved, we will interact…

One Small Step for Preprints, One Giant Step Forward for Open Scientific Communications | PLOS Blogs Network

Thanks to our recent partnership with bioRxiv, PLOS authors will have the choice of posting their submitted manuscript on the bioRxiv preprint server on May 1st. Preprints enable authors to accelerate the dissemination of their VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE One Small Step for Preprints, One…

Initializing and Accessing Bias with Keras

In the video, we’re going to see how we can initialize and access the biases in a neural network in code with Keras. Specifically, we’ll be working with the Keras Sequential model along with the use_bias and bias_initializer parameters to initalize biases. We’ll then observe…

Why are healthcare providers scared of exercise? | PLOS Blogs Network

Over the past few years I’ve had the pleasure of meeting with a number healthcare providers to discuss the role and importance of exercise for their patients.  In those interactions, I’ve noted 2 common themes VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Why are healthcare providers scared of…

Reproducibility and Recognition: One year later | PLOS Blogs Network

This blog is authored by PLOS staff with contributions by Lenny Teytelman, protocols.io CEO. For many scientists, there is a common frustration with methods sections of research papers that lack sufficient details, which are necessary VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Reproducibility and Recognition: One year later…

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