AI and imaging recognition

Artificial Intelligence and the new frontiers of “brainsourcing”

Towards the technological singularity? Alan Turing, father of Artificial Intelligence, already in 1937 asked himself: «but can machines think?». The phenomenon of AI, which is nothing more than the simulation of human intelligence through computer systems,...
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Shor’s Algorithm: the bane of RSA

RSA encryption is a public-key encryption system. This means it has a public key, accessible to all, and a private key which is kept private. The public key is used for encryption, and only...
Artificial Intelligence and GDPR

AI and recents GDPR compliant regulations

The algorithm is that set of rules to follow in the resolution of calculations, of computer type, that is a sequence of steps, to solve a specific problem; through them, you can instruct a...
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Using Google Search Trends to Predict Initial Jobless Claims

For several years now, my focus has been on using alternative data of many kinds to predict macroeconomic statistics. When ran the Futures Group for the PDT Group at Morgan Stanley in the 1990’s...
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Encoder Decoder Sequences: How Long is Too Long?

In machine learning many times we deal with the input being a sequence and the output also a sequence. We call such a problem a sequence-to-sequence problem. A popular architecture for dealing with the sequence-to-sequence...
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Surviving In A Digital Age of Instability

Updates, deprecation, something new comes out… Literally every month… If you are a computer scientist you might have noticed that new frameworks are constantly popping up. Programming languages just keep showing up and old ones that...