Neurons spike back

Neurons Spike Back (https://neurovenge.antonomase.fr/) was featured in the latest data science weekly newsletter. I would normally pass on such long articles, but the history of AI is interesting, so I gave it a shot. Reading the paper felt like a marathon, and I only completed it through sheer force of will, lots of coffee, and… Continue reading Neurons spike back

AI computing requirements

Whenever there is a new announcement or breakthrough with AI, it always strikes me how out of reach the results would be to replicate for individuals and small organizations. Machine learning algorithms, and especially deep learning with neural networks, are often so computationally expensive that they are infeasible to run without immense computing power. As… Continue reading AI computing requirements

Generating music with deep learning

Automatic, machine-generated music has been a small interest of mine for some time now. A few days ago, I tried out a deep learning approach for generating music… and failed miserably. Here’s the story about my efforts so far, and how computational complexity killed the post-rock. The spark of an idea When Photo Amaze was… Continue reading Generating music with deep learning