- Neural network playground
- Interact with a small neural network for classification or regression.
- Kernel methods and SVM
- Andrew Ng's class notes on kernel methods and support vector machines.
- Computer vision groups list
- This page has an outdated (2005) but extensive list of computer vision related labs.
Light and color
- Lights and shadows
- By Ciechanowski
- Color spaces
- By Ciechanowski
- Cameras and lenses
- By Ciechanowski
- A pixel is not a pixel
- Memo on pixels and sampling, by Alvy Ray Smith
- Bartosz Ciechanowski
- Great posts explaining complex things. Some of his posts are listed above.
- Julia Evens
- Prolific tech blogger. She has a great set of comics too.
- Math and ML blog. A good reference for a well designed blog.
- Shapes library for Unity
- by Freya Holmér
- Manim, community
- Community fork of 3Blue1Brown's Python visualization library.
One of the most important podcast ever created.
This is the podcast that redefined what a podcast could be. Hardcore History brings history to life with cinematic quality.
My favorite machine learning podcast in 2021. Will it keep up the stream of brilliant episodes?
A war diary of a developer as he fights C++ and achieves something brilliant. I hope this podcast inspires others to create audio diaries of how their projects evolved.
I'm reducing my ignorance on China with this podcast.
Rise and Fall of a Suzhou Soft Serve Baron
A repeat episode. One of my favorite podcast episodes ever.
Sean Carroll's Mindscape podcast is consistently enjoyable and inspiring. I find myself thinking about the ideas that come up in this podcast days or weeks later.
169 | C. Thi Nguyen on Games, Art, Values, and Agency
Our enjoyment of games is central to the definition of games. Exploring why we enjoy games suggests reasons for why we gravitate to other things too. I found it surprising how much of an explanatory power the lens of games might have on why people are drawn to ideologies and extremism.
166 | Betül Kaçar on Paleogenomics and Ancient Life
Probing very early life on Earth using modern genomics. Implications for how life emerged on Earth and the space of possible ways life can emerge and might have or will emerge elsewhere.
163 | Nigel Goldenfeld on Phase Transitions, Criticality, and Biology
It seems likely than many phenomenon might be explained by the dynamics of phase transitions. I'm convinced that it's worth keeping the ideas of phase transitions in the back of mind mind as it might end up being a good explanation for some system I'm looking at.
Sometimes I'm more in the mood to just relax and listen to one of these episodes than I am to sit down and watch an actual movie.
Easy to listen to and possible to have on in the background and not get lost.
A more accurate title might be "A Barrage of Loosely connected Questions from Tyler". These episodes are definitely not a typical 2 person conversation. A consequence of the format is that episodes can be hit or miss depending of the guest. One of my favourite aspects is that Tyler doesn't push back very much when people make strange or bad claims, so guests often express a bit more of their controversial ideas than they might in some other interview.
Audrey Tang on the Technology of Democracy (Ep. 106)
We need more people like Audrey Tang in every government.
Great podcast episodes from podcasts I don't usually listen to.
Interview with Factorio founder, talking about technical details of implementing the game.
- CSS guide
- Core features of CSS.