Discover Machine Learning

Computers have been around for less than 100 years. In that short period of time, some incredible things have happened: they’ve been universally adopted so quickly that we have them in our houses. In our cars. Even in our pockets. In the last 40 years, there have been many significant events when it comes to computers:

  • Continuous decrease in size and increase in power.
  • Access to computing at home and at work.
  • Networking, the spread of the internet, and acceptance of the web.
  • Computers in our hands (cell phones).

Similarly to those past events, an important development in computer science which has the potential to significantly impact the way we develop applications is machine learning and artificial neural networks.

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Incubator Kick-off

Art+Logic has kicked-off its first software Incubator project, and I was selected to handle the development effort. After meeting Dr. Scott Hawley and being briefed on the technique he uses for classification of audio files using neural networks (NN), and determining current and future features, we were ready to begin the project. While we go through this process, I’ll be documenting it on this blog. (more…)