Slightly modified the original script to use Streamlink and lower quality to 240p for bandwith and resource purposes.

(require 'elfeed)

(defun elfeed-v-mpv (url)
  "Watch a video from URL in MPV" 
  (async-shell-command (format "streamlink -p mpv %s 240p" url)))

(defun elfeed-view-mpv (&optional use-generic-p)
  "Youtube-feed link"
  (interactive "P")
  (let ((entries (elfeed-search-selected)))
    (cl-loop for entry in entries
     do (elfeed-untag entry 'unread)
     when (elfeed-entry-link entry) 
     do (elfeed-v-mpv it)) 
   (mapc #'elfeed-search-update-entry entries) 
   (unless (use-region-p) (forward-line)))) 

(define-key elfeed-search-mode-map (kbd "v") 'elfeed-view-mpv)


We’ve trained a model called ChatGPT which interacts in a conversational way. The dialogue format makes it possible for ChatGPT to answer followup questions, admit its mistakes, challenge incorrect premises, and reject inappropriate requests. ChatGPT is a sibling model to InstructGPT, which is trained to follow an instruction in a prompt and provide a detailed response.



PhilTel is a telephone collective based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, focusing on making communications accessible to everyone by installing free-to-use payphones. While you'll be able to make standard telephone calls through our phones, we're also focusing on offering interesting services or experiences. We don't want to only facilitate human-to-human interaction but also human-to-machine interaction and give people an environment where they can explore the telephone network and learn from it.



Consider timezones: engineers in Madrid and engineers in San Francisco had almost no overlap in their working hours. Good asynchronous communication was essential.

Over time, I noticed that the teams that were most effective at this scale were the teams that had a strong culture of documentation and automated testing.

As I started to work on my own array of smaller personal projects, I found that the same discipline that worked for large teams somehow sped me up, when intuitively I would have expected it to slow me down.



The Stable Diffusion 2.0 release includes robust text-to-image models trained using a brand new text encoder (OpenCLIP), developed by LAION with support from Stability AI, which greatly improves the quality of the generated images compared to earlier V1 releases.

Stable Diffusion 2.0 also includes an Upscaler Diffusion model that enhances the resolution of images by a factor of 4.



the intangible, overarching benefit of practicing meeting mindfulness is this: you spend less of your day sort-of-listening and more of your day really thinking.



Automattic CEO Matt Mullenweg — whose company acquired Tumblr from Verizon in 2019 — suggested...Tumblr... would soon add ...activitypub.

I'm perfectly happy using my site as the main place to post content but considering it's under new management and adopting open standards, it might be time to checkout out Tumblr again.



In the six weeks since announcing that Internet Archive has begun gathering content for the Digital Library of Amateur Radio and Communications (DLARC), the project has quickly grown to more than 25,000 items, including ham radio newsletters, podcasts, videos, books, and catalogs.



...blog posts are always async, but they can lead to conversations and debates, once the reader is done reading. There's also the nature of blog posts being one-to-many, whereas chat is many-to-many, if done in a public channel. One-to-many forms of communication should generally be more formal, but can spread ideas and thoughts more coherently than many-to-many.



Our paper books have lasted hundreds of years on our shelves and are still readable. Without active maintenance, we will be lucky if our digital books last a decade.



Feta is a Matrix server distribution for the Raspberry Pi 3 and 4.

This looks like a great project to get started with self-hosting and join the Matrix network. Having something similar for the fediverse would be great as well. I've hosted Matrix and Mastodon servers on a Raspberry Pi before so I know it's up to the task.



Here’s how it works in practice:

  1. A news organization (or any organization, let’s just start with news) already asserts ownership of its domain e.g. via its certificate, so we piggyback trust off its domain.
  2. It stands up a Mastodon or other social server at a standard address. I’d propose follow.washingtonpost.com but there’s a bunch of reasons why you might do something else, see below, and uses the agreed well-known autodiscovery protocol to return the address for its Mastodon server (but I don’t see an entry for activitypub or Mastodon yet).
  3. It creates accounts for its staff on its Mastodon server. Nobody else gets an account; the public can’t sign up.

What you get:

  1. Verified accounts. Instead of relying on a third party to “verify” your account by sticking a blue check against your display name, account provenance and “verification” is inherited as a property of the Mastodon server....
  2. Ease of discovery...all a user would have to do, to find Washington Post accounts to follow, would be to know the washingtonpost.com domain. Autodiscovery would let your Mastodon client point itself to the appropriate server.

Not just news organizations...anyone can set up a Mastodon server...the federation means that “official” accounts become “more official” when their server home is hung off the domain of the actual organization.

You wouldn’t need Twitter (or anyone else, really) to verify that the UK Prime Minister’s account is official, because you’d have following.gov.uk as the Mastodon server, which means you can trust that server as much as you trust .gov.uk domains.

Your university or college wants you to have a social media account? Sure, you can have it hosted at following.ucla.edu.

And yes, brands can get in on it. Sure. That way there’s a tiny chance you’re following the Proper Brand Account rather than a Parody Brand Account, which… is probably for the best. Or it’s easier to see that a Parody Account is a Parody Account because you can look at the parent server.



Communicating effectively as an engineer means empathically increasing the resolution of your writing.

...“low-resolution writing”...There is very little context, too much reliance on pronouns and unclear references. The writing is not emphatic —the reader has to spend extra energy to work out what is being said

Longer-form writing gives you an opportunity to dive deeper into why you are saying what you are saying. It is a chance to educate, to teach, to help understand and to level up.

The quality of the API documentation will carry an astronomical amount of leverage. This leverage will work in both directions. Genuinely helpful documentation is the difference between being swamped by support requests from frustrated API users and significantly increasing the usage of your service. Happy users beget more happy users.

Spoken words get forgotten. Written words are shared, preserved, and become the basis of a company's culture. source

High resolution, empathic writing...You will have to spend more energy to make your writing easy to follow. You will have to grapple with your own confusion and holes in your understanding. You will have to figure out what the appropriate density for your writing is.

It's not about you, though.. It's about them.

Not only does a single recipient benefit from your extra effort, what if ten people read your good work? A hundred? A thousand? What if the company CEO reads it? Taking writing seriously at work or in your organisation and putting in the effort to delight the reader will, over time, compound into a massive body of quality writing that benefits everyone. It is a literal win-win-win

Produce writing you would read with delight if you were on the other end.



write your most important thoughts on your own site. You can share the link on as many platforms as you like and have conversations with anyone who wants to connect with you and your work. But nobody can take it from you. You are in control. Forever.



PyTorch is moving to the Linux Foundation (LF) as a top-level project under the name PyTorch Foundation.

The PyTorch Technical Governance now supports a hierarchical maintainer structure and clear outlining of processes around day to day work and escalations. This doesn’t change how we run things, but it does add discipline and openness that at our scale feels essential and timely.



We’ve been eager to take this step since we joined Automattic last year...

Wow. Yet another company I didn't know was owned by Automaticc (parent company of WordPress). So not only do they have a stake in regular blogs and websites, but they also are in the microblogging space with Tumblr. With Pocket Casts they're now into podcasts too. Good for them.

We believe that podcasting can not and should not be controlled by Apple and Spotify, and instead support a diverse ecosystem of third-party clients.

I couldn't agree more. Though to be fair to Apple, in all the years since podcasts have been a thing, despite them being one of the main indices, they didn't make any overt attempts to lock down the ecosystem. It's not until companies like Amazon and Spotify tried to make certain content platform exclusives that the ecosystem has started to feel more closed.



In total, we’re releasing four videos, with around 5.5 hours of content, covering the following topics (the lesson numbers start at “9”, since this is a continuation of Practical Deep Learning for Coders part 1, which had 8 lessons):

  • Lesson 9 by Jeremy Howard: How to use Diffusers pipelines; What are the conceptual parts of Stable Diffusion
  • Lesson 9A by Jonathan Whitaker: A deep dive into Stable Diffusion concepts and code
  • Lesson 9B by Wasim Lorgat and Tanishq Abraham: The math of diffusion
  • Lesson 10 by Jeremy Howard: Creating a custom diffusion pipeline; Starting “from the foundations”


My experience working on SSB (i.e. non-crypto fully decentralized protocol) is suitable for small world communication, and definitely not suitable for big world. Email proves that federation can do big world.



The conversational feed design of email inboxes, group chats, and InstaTwitBook is fleeting – they're only concerned with self-assertive immediate thoughts that rush by us in a few moments...But streams only surface the Zeitgeisty ideas of the last 24 hours...Gardens present information in a richly linked landscape that grows slowly over time...The garden helps us move away from time-bound streams and into contextual knowledge spaces.

The Six Patterns of Gardening:

  1. Topography over Timelines - Gardens are organised around contextual relationships and associative links; the concepts and themes within each note determine how it's connected to others.
  2. Continuous Growth - Gardens are never finished, they're constantly growing, evolving, and changing.
  3. Imperfection & Learning in Public - Gardens are imperfect by design. They don't hide their rough edges or claim to be a permanent source of truth.
  4. Playful, Personal, and Experimental - Gardens are non-homogenous by nature. You can plant the same seeds as your neighbour, but you'll always end up with a different arrangement of plants.
  5. Intercropping & Content Diversity - Gardens are not just a collection of interlinked words...Podcasts, videos, diagrams, illustrations, interactive web animations, academic papers, tweets, rough sketches, and code snippets should all live and grow in the garden.
  6. Independent Ownership - Gardening is about claiming a small patch of the web for yourself, one you fully own and control... If you give it a bit of forethought, you can build your garden in a way that makes it easy to transfer and adapt. Platforms and technologies will inevitably change. Using old-school, reliable, and widely used web native formats like HTML/CSS is a safe bet.


Bluesky was created to build a social protocol. In the spring, we released “ADX,” the very first iteration of the protocol...ADX is now the “Authenticated Transport Protocol"...more simply, the “AT Protocol.”

The “AT Protocol” is a new federated social network

What makes AT Protocol unique:

  • Account portability
  • Algorithmic choice
  • Interoperation
  • Performance

AT Procol website



Here are a bunch of not-so-obvious lessons I’ve internalized through writing each day:

  • Writing can be a starting point, not an ending one
  • Write to think
  • The power of DIFY: Do it for yourself, don’t think too much about what you want other people to get out of it.
  • Think small
  • Gain energy
  • A lot of books are collections of blog posts
  • Small is an unblocker


This sample shows how to use a pretrained Bidirectional Attention Flow (BiDAF) ONNX model in ML.NET for answering a query about a given context paragraph.



The Web Almanac is a comprehensive report on the state of the web, backed by real data and trusted web experts. The 2022 edition is comprised of 23 chapters spanning aspects of page content, user experience, publishing, and distribution.



Readium LCP was developed five years ago to protect digital files from unauthorized distribution. Unlike proprietary platforms, the technology is open to anyone who wants to look inside the codebase and make improvements. It is a promising alternative for libraries and users wanting to avoid the limitations of traditional DRM.



discu.eu, a fantastic service that you provide with an URL and then gives back results from various social networks. Places where that URL is discussed. Hackernews, Reddit, and/or Lobsters. It has an API, that I can call with some JavaScript and then insert in the page.



This dataset contains detailed data on 42,207 apartments (242,257 rooms) in 3,093 buildings including their geometries, room typology as well as their visual, acoustical, topological and daylight characteristics.



Large language models (LLMs) have shown exceptional performance on a variety of natural language tasks. Yet, their capabilities for HTML understanding...have not been fully explored. We contribute HTML understanding models (fine-tuned LLMs) and an in-depth analysis of their capabilities under three tasks: (i) Semantic Classification of HTML elements, (ii) Description Generation for HTML inputs, and (iii) Autonomous Web Navigation of HTML pages.

Out of the LLMs we evaluate, we show evidence that T5-based models are ideal due to their bidirectional encoder-decoder architecture.




Python and SQL remain the two most common programming skills for data scientists

VSCode is now used by over 50% of working data scientists

Notebooks are a popular environment as well.

Colab notebooks are the most popular cloud-based Jupyter notebook environment

Makes sense especially since Kaggle is owned by Google.

Machine Learning

Kaggle DS & ML Survey 2022 Scikit-learn is the most popular ML framework while PyTorch has been growing steadily year-over-year

LightGBM, XGBoost are also among the top frameworks.

Transformer architectures are becoming more popular for deep learning models (both image and text data)

Cloud computing

All major cloud computing providers saw strong year over year growth in 2022

Specialized hardware like Tensor Processing Units (TPUs) is gaining initial traction with Kaggle data scientists




I got serious about consolidating the media my family consumes; I decided to buy blu-ray and DVD copies of all the movies and TV shows we actually cared about, and rip them onto a NAS.

I'm glad I've gone down this path, and become more intentional about my media consumption, especially as companies are deleting already-purchased content from users' media libraries! It's sickening (and, IMHO, should be illegal) they can show a 'buy' button for a DRM'ed digital downloads that the user never actually 'owns'.

Couldn't agree more. Although the focus of this post is on video, you can say the same for music and books.



I spent great time, energy and money, over many years to create the writing and programming environment I wanted to use and I wanted my peers to use, so we could work together to create species-saving communication tools, and just beauty...

...I read the story of David Bowie's last days, he did something amazing when he knew he had a short time to live. He stepped back and got out of the way. He understood this is no longer his world.

When you're young, you think expansively, and as you get old reality sinks in and your imagination contracts. The horizon gets closer and closer. We don't get to mold the world, we are not gods, no matter how good or generous, smart of ruthless you may be, we all start out young and if we're lucky we get old and then we're gone.



Key takeaways:

  1. New independent research labs are rapidly open sourcing the closed source output of major labs.
  2. Safety is gaining awareness among major AI research entities
  3. The China-US AI research gap has continued to widen
  4. AI-driven scientific research continues to lead to breakthroughs


In this course, students will learn to develop complex system-level software in the C programming language while gaining an intimate understanding of the Unix operating system (and all OS that belong to this family, such as Linux, the BSDs, and even Mac OS X) and its programming environment.

Topics covered will include the user/kernel interface, fundamental concepts of Unix, user authentication, basic and advanced I/O, fileystems, signals, process relationships, and interprocess communication. Fundamental concepts of software development and maintenance on Unix systems (development and debugging tools such as "make" and "gdb") will also be covered.



...backdoors can be added during compilation, circumventing any safeguards in the data preparation and model training stages.

some backdoors, such as ImpNet, can only be reliably detected at the stage where they are inserted and removing them anywhere else presents a significant challenge.

machine-learning model security requires assurance of provenance along the entire technical pipeline, including the data, model architecture, compiler, and hardware specification.



A bookmark (or linkblog) is a post that is primarily comprised of a URL, often title text from that URL, sometimes optional text describing, tagging, or quoting from its contents.

Bookmarks are useful for saving things to read later or build a recommended reading list.



Both this post as well as Tom MacWright's "How to Blog" resonate. I've been posting more consistently to my microblog feeds. These posts are more informal, but just the aspect of producing something even if it's just a short snippet is gratifying. The informality of it makes the posts significantly shorter but the pace at which I publish content and share ideas is faster.



It's always fun to stumble upon these lists and finding more interesting people and websites to follow.



Interesting discussion at about 21:30 on a federated wiki / review aggregator.



Google+ was Google trying to mimic the walled garden of Facebook — their “how” of extracting value from the people of the internet. But they already had an answer for Facebook’s News Feed in front of them: Blogger / Google Reader, the read / write of the internet.

They provide the tools – Reader, Blogger, Search — we provide the personal websites. The open, accessible, indexable web as The Next Great Social Network.



I've been doing something similar to readlists, except with RSS feeds. I create a custom recipe in Calibre which pulls and aggregates the 50 latest articles for each feed in my recipe. I limit it to only look at articles published in the past day since I do this every evening. Think of it like the evening paper. The result is an EPUB file which I then import into my e-book reader.

A few advantages I've found to doing this are:

  • I take a break from the computer.
  • Since the e-book reader is offline, I focus on reading the article and don't have the option to click on links and get distracted browsing the internet.
  • Since I'm already using the e-book reader, it's easy to transition to reading a book.


Can't believe this is the first time I'd heard of this desktop app. Usually using mobile apps like Sky Guide is convenient when on the go, but Stellarium not only seems to have lots of information, but also cross-platform and web-based.



This ☝️. If you know, you know. 🔥



It feels like the 2022 conference was just yesterday. In any case, save the date February 4-5,2023.



Good read. Other than Emacs, Joplin is my go-to notetaking application.



Matrix Rain sample with different variations.



an alternative...emoji set.



W3C’s Web Accessibility Initiative provides strategies, standards, and resources to ensure that the internet is accessible for as many people as possible. The guidelines that underpin these standards are called the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, or WCAG.

Color contrast is an important piece of the puzzle for accessibility on the web, and adhering to it makes the web more usable for the greatest number of people in the most varied situations.

Apps to test contrast:

  • Pika
  • VisBug
  • Chrome Dev Tools


High-perf, scalable array storage that can be used for scenarios like language models.



  1. Create global configuration
  2. Set default name
  3. Set default email address
  4. Set default branch name
  5. Set default editor


When you liberate programming from the requirement to be general and professional and scalable, it becomes a different activity altogether, just as cooking at home is really nothing like cooking in a commercial kitchen.

Same goes for websites and self-hosting.



Resource on:

Influence & managing up: Enact positive change for yourself, your team, or the whole organization.

Leading through crises: Strengthen your support network, meet your team where they’re at, and weather the tough times.

Cross-functional relationships: Strengthen relationships by creating role clarity and creatively supporting one another.

One-on-ones: Set your teammates up for success during your one-on-one meetings!

Hiring: Build consistent, repeatable, and equitable interviews and onboarding plans.

Meetings: Support participants, hone the content, and nail the meeting goal.

Feedback & performance reviews: Everyone deserves clear, actionable feedback!

Communication & team dynamics: Plan ahead, facilitate well, and create clarity.

Adapting your approach: As your work context and team evolves, your leadership approach will need to evolve, too.



Metrics covered:

  • Cosine
  • Dot Product
  • L2-Squared
  • Manhattan
  • Hamming


...about 1% of Internet users create content, while 99% are just consumers of that content



What have I learned from YC's users, the startups we've funded?

...most startups have the same problems.

...the batch that broke YC was a powerful demonstration of how individualized the process of advising startups has to be.

...founders can be [bad] at realizing what their problems are. Founders will sometimes come in to talk about some problem, and we'll discover another much bigger one in the course of the conversation.

Often founders know what their problems are, but not their relative importance.

Focus is doubly important for early stage startups, because not only do they have a hundred different problems, they don't have anyone to work on them except the founders. If the founders focus on things that don't matter, there's no one focusing on the things that do.

Speed defines startups. Focus enables speed. YC improves focus.

Why are founders uncertain about what to do? Partly because startups almost by definition are doing something new, which means no one knows how to do it yet, or in most cases even what "it" is.



disgruntled Facebook users keep using the service because they don’t want to leave behind their friends, family, communities and customers.

“How to Ditch Facebook Without Losing Your Friends” explains the rationale behind these proposals - and offers a tour of what it would be like to use a federated, interoperable Facebook, from setting up your account to protecting your privacy and taking control of your own community’s moderation policies, overriding the limits and permissions that Facebook has unilaterally imposed on its users.



This tool will help you to create a Firefox profile with the defaults you like.

You select which features you want to enable and disable and in the end you get a download link for a zip-file with your profile template.



This is my comment 2



...2022 Netherlands WordCamp edition in Arnhem [presentation] on turning all WordPress sites into fully IndieWeb enabled sites. Meaning turning well over a third of the web into the open social web. Outside all the silos.



When Lisp adopts a new paradigm it not only replicates existing practice, but goes beyond it to become a testbed for advancing the state of the art. Why has Lisp been able to adapt so easily when other languages have not? One reason is that Lisp is a programmable programming language.




  • Science
  • Programming
  • Education & Teaching
  • Health & Medicine
  • Social Sciences
  • Business
  • Information Security (InfoSec)
  • Mathematics
  • Computer Science
  • Data Science
  • Personal Development
  • Humanities
  • Engineering
  • Art & Design


The OBI system is open source, collaborative and distributed.

Our focus is on low cost and rapidly-built structures that are modular, ecological, and energy efficient.



...internally public blogs written by members of the...squad detailing what they’re working on and thinking about.



...a guide for economists on what programming is, why it’s useful, and how to do it.



This repository contains the source for the slides and the exercises used in the Haskell trainings at Google.



Discover 350+ popular open source alternatives to your proprietary SaaS.



Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital form.



Find feeds for all of your favorite sites and keep up with everything they post!



Why commonplace?

Commonplace is an ideal medium for the curation and cultivation of intellectual ideas, thoughts, and knowledge. It’s also a proven and timeless system, tested by folks from a spectrum of backgrounds including authors, professors, and scientists.

  • Remember things
  • Write to recall
  • Understand reading
  • Personal reference system
  • Filter ideas
  • Unleash creativity

Reflecting on your commonplace

The most profound power of your commonplace is being able to thumb through reading and review material. Your commonplace book isn’t just a filing cabinet—it’s an evolving record of your life and observations.



...the kind of web they define themselves against; that kind of bloated, corporate, algorithm-ruled and ad-ridden mess that constitutes the majority of highly-trafficked websites these day.

...for me, the term “Small Web” refers to a couple of main things: independence from tech giants, and websites that are lightweight and high-performance.

Related concepts:

  • A late 90s-style, hand-crafted web
  • Alternative protocols, like Gemini
  • An independent web


Blot is a blogging platform with no interface. It turns a folder into a website.



Curated list of awesome OpenSteetMap-projects



This site is dedicated to a community (and a larger movement) about the internet how it's changed. We are creating, discovering and enjoying websites and digital spaces.



A virtual conference exploring what the internet could become over the next decade


  • Pioneering Alternative Models for Community on the Internet
  • Misinformation, Disinformation, and Media Literacy in a Less-Centralized Social Media Universe
  • Interoperability and Alternative Social Media
  • Lessons from Experiments in Local Community-Building
  • Deplatforming and Innovation
  • New Directions in Social Media Research


...masterWiki is the direct adaptation of MasterClass' video courses translated into wikiHow-style how-to guides...



Here’s how to read the post:

  • Level 1 — Casual. Read the headlines — figure out the details yourself. Most of this isn’t rocket science.
  • Level 2 — Tutorial. Read the steps underneath the headline. I’ve spelled out every step so that you can save your brain power for something else.
  • Level 3 — Productivity Nerd. Below the tutorial steps, I’ve included discussion of the behavior design implications. This is for true productivity nerds, i.e. the readers of Better Humans.

Optimize First for Single Tasking

#1. Turn OFF (almost) all notifications
#2. Hide social media slot machines
#3. Hide messaging slot machines
#4. Disable app review requests
#5. Turn on Do Not Disturb
#6. Be strategic about your wallpaper
#7. Turn off Raise to Wake
#8. Add the Screen Time widget
#9. Add Content Restrictions
#10. (Optional) Use Restrictions to turn off Safari
#11. Organize your Apps and Folders alphabetically

Switch to Google Cloud to Work Faster

#12. Choose GMail
#13. Choose Google Calendar
#14. Replace Apple Maps with Google Maps
#15. Install the GBoard keyboard for faster typing
#16. Switch to Google Photos

Install These Apps for Productivity

#17. Use Evernote for all note taking, to-do lists, everything
#18. The Case for Calm as your go-to meditation app
#19. Install the right goal tracker for you
#20. Store all your passwords in a password manager, probably LastPass
#21. Use Numerical as your default calculator
#22. Put the Camera app in your toolbar
#23. Use this Doppler Radar app
#24. Use this Pomodoro app
#25. Use Brain.fm for background noise

Use These Apps and Configurations for Deep Learning

#26. Subscribe to these podcasts
#27. Install the Kindle app but never read it in bed
#28. Use Safari this way
#29. Organize your home screen for deep learning over shallow learning

Use These Apps and Configurations for Longevity

#30. Track steps this way
#31. Prefer Time Restricted Eating Over Calorie Counting
#32. Schedule Night Shift
#33. Set up Medical ID

Make The Finishing Touches with These Configurations

#34. Change Siri to a man
#35. Change your phone’s name
#36. Turn off advertising tracking
#37. Set auto-lock to the maximum time
#38. Set your personal hotspot password to a random three word phrase
#39. Turn on control center everywhere
#40. Turn on Background App Refresh
#41. Delete Garage Band
#42. Develop verbal memory for talking to Siri
#43. Set up these text replacement shortcuts
#44. Set your address
#45. Backup this way



Workshop objectives

  • Discover and learn to use the basic functions of the following software:
    • Joplin
    • Zotero
    • Nextcloud
  • Learn how to use these different software programs together to manage information using the following methods:
  • The Zettelkasten method
  • The P.A.R.A method
  • The inbox method


A free course designed for people with some coding experience, who want to learn how to apply deep learning and machine learning to practical problems.


  1. Getting started
  2. Deployment
  3. Neural net foundations
  4. Natural Language (NLP)
  5. From-scratch Model
  6. Random forests
  7. Collaborative filtering and embeddings
  8. Convolutions (CNNs)