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Robert Sutor

Robert Sutor's Public Library

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"Global influences and a broader Southern canon have found homes on menus that used to be locked in the Creole mandate. The number of restaurants as of 2013 was up by at least 11 percent from 2005, according to the Census Bureau."

Aug 03, 15

"Butter (German: "die Butter") is made from butterfat in the cream of cows, sheep and goats (and sometimes other mammals). The butterfat (also known as milk fat) is found in small, round globules surrounded by a membrane of phospholipids and lipoproteins. The lipids, or fats point into the center of the globule, while the phosphates or proteins like the watery liquid outside of the globules."

Aug 01, 15

"In machine learning, computers apply statistical learning techniques to automatically identify patterns in data. These techniques can be used to make highly accurate predictions."

Aug 01, 15

"We decided to put together a list of 10 common terms in Natural Language Processing which we've broken down in layman terms, making them easier to understand. So if you don't know your "Bag of Words" from your LDA we've got you covered."

Aug 01, 15

"When it comes to robotic flocks, do you control each machine individually or the entire swarm overall? A new programming language allows both. "

Aug 01, 15

"Galvanize recently attended the Dato Data Science Summit in San Francisco, a gathering of more than 1,000 data scientists and researchers from industry and academia to discuss and learn about the most recent advances in data science, applied machine learning, and predictive applications. Here are eight Python tools that our instructors think data scientists will be using in the coming months and years"

Jul 29, 15

"The 6th Richard D. Jenks Memorial Prize for Excellence in Software Engineering for Computer Algebra will be awarded at The Fields Institute in October 2015. The Prize will consist of a plaque and a cash award of $1,000. "

Jul 29, 15

"Let me tell you a story about William Sealy Gosset. William was a Chemistry and Math grad from Oxford University in the class of 1899. After graduating, he took a job with the brewery of Arthur Guinness and Son, where he worked as a mathematician, trying to find the best yields of barley."

Jul 29, 15

"The camera taps eight synchronized shutters and eight microphones to capture 360-degree video and spatial audio."

Jul 14, 15

"A who’s-who of early stage investors are putting a $2 million bet that two young Northwestern grads can teach millennials a better way to eat with their new startup Spoon University."

Jul 14, 15

"In a general sense, incorporating virtual reality into business could mean things like escape from the physical confines of a desk, or the limit of how many monitors you could stick on that desk, or the general lack of aesthetics associated with cubicles, let's say. "

Jul 02, 15

"Tech giants like IBM followed by a handful of budding startups are tapping into machine learning to rethink the delivery of food from the growers to chefs to the delivery professionals themselves."

Jun 28, 15

"It’s now been over three decades since cyberpunk first exploded, and in that time we’ve seen gorgeous movies, read fascinating books, and seen dozens of offshoots like steampunk (and my new favorite, deco punk) develop. Here are the 21 cyberpunk books you absolutely must read."

Jun 19, 15

"In spite of these improvements, the question of "why JavaScript?" remains. This is not without reason. The use of JavaScript incurs certain overheads: browsers have to read and interpret a text-based language that was designed for human authors, not for machines. The design of JavaScript itself has features that are suboptimal from a performance perspective; the way a single JavaScript variable may at different times represent a number, a string, or a fragment of HTML means that a JIT compiler may not be able to optimize as aggressively as it would like. The ability to modify the behavior of even built-in objects such as arrays can be similarly problematic."

Jun 11, 15

"The Secretary-General’s Independent Expert Advisory Group on a Data Revolution for Sustainable Development (IEAG) met the Secretary-General today to hand over their culminating report A World That Counts: Mobilising The Data Revolution for Sustainable Development."

Jun 09, 15

"Today at WWDC, we announced Swift 2.0. This new version has even better performance, a new error handling API, and first-class support for availability checking. And platform APIs feel even more natural in Swift with enhancements to the Apple SDKs."

Jun 02, 15

"The computer hardware company hopes build-your-own types will prefer the Bulldog's integrated liquid cooling and other advanced capabilities that many Steam Box competitors lack."

Jun 01, 15

"The homalg project is a multi-author multi-package open source software project for constructive homological algebra."

Jun 01, 15

"NTL is a high-performance, portable C++ library providing data structures and algorithms for manipulating signed, arbitrary length integers, and for vectors, matrices, and polynomials over the integers and over finite fields. "

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