John D. Cook gave us an early Christmas hypothetical involving wrapping Christmas lights around a tree trunk to see what length of lights you’d need to make n turns around the tree.
Remember DOS? It’s back, in MicroWeb form. Or something.
A cracking project? Sounds good to me!
Shout out to Dr. Muyinatu “Bisi” Bell who developed a new imaging algorithm to help dark-skinned patients
A breakthrough in photoacoustic imaging.
Scientific American wrote a profile about Rebecca Lee Crumpler,
the U.S.’s first black female physician who cared for patients from cradle to grave.
Who’s that chrysanthemum?
Old tech, new tricks.
Talk about ’round’ the clock!
Deck the halls of your Linux distro-ho-ho!
Black in AI is
a place for sharing ideas, fostering collaborations and discussing initiatives to increase the presence of Black people in the field of Artificial Intelligence.
A comprehensive article from DebugBear on website carbon emissions, the data, and why the reports and calculators that use them may be flawed.
Jeremy B. Merrill went all in trying to find linguistic variations of the classic phrase “Champagne for my real friends, real pain for my sham friends”. A masterclass in NLP.