Best Food Reading for 06/12/2017

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Coding topics for 06/09/2017

  • “With Xcode 9, a forthcoming upgrade to Apple’s integrated development environment for building apps for MacOS, iOS, tvOS, and watchOS, Apple is introducing a new source editor, a new build system, and compatibility with the Swift 4 language. A beta version of Xcode 9 was made available earlier this week.”

    tags: coding swift

  • “We need the best tools to leverage techniques that can turn data into insights by way of reporting or visualization. There are prominent languages such as C, C++, Java and Javascript for making meaning out of data. But popular languages like R and Python offer great value in bringing data science and machine learning jobs to successful completion.”

    tags: ai python coding

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General Reading for 06/09/2017

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Artificial Intelligence / AI Reading for 06/09/2017

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Best Food Reading for 06/09/2017

  • “Perhaps you’ve been seeing wild-looking tangles of garlic scapes at your local farmers’ market. These thin, curly, vibrantly green stalks come into season in the late spring and early summer, when they’re often sold by the bunch. Garlic scapes are the stalks that grow from the bulbs of hardneck garlic plants. If left unharvested, the scapes eventually bloom flowers when the garlic plant fully matures. However, the scapes are usually harvested before they flower so the garlic plant can channel all its energy into producing the most flavorful bulbs. The resulting scapes taste mild and sweet, like chives or scallions, but with a hit of unmistakable garlicky flavor that’s softer than its bulbous counterpart.”

    tags: f garlic

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Coding topics for 06/08/2017

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General Reading for 06/08/2017

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Artificial Intelligence / AI Reading for 06/08/2017

  • “Core ML will support a number of essential machine learning tools, including all sorts of neural networks (deep, recurrent, and convolutional), as well as linear models and tree ensembles. And because this is Apple, there’s also a privacy focus, too — Core ML is for on-device processing, meaning the data that developers use to improve user experience won’t leave customers’ phones and tablets.”

    tags: ai

  • “Can A.I. help build better educational apps for kids? That’s a question Sesame Workshop, the nonprofit organization behind the popular children’s TV program “Sesame Street” and others, aims to answer. The company has teamed up with IBM to create the first vocabulary learning app powered by IBM’s A.I., which adapts itself the child’s current reading level and vocabulary range, then continues to intelligently adjust as the child’s vocabulary skills improve.”

    tags: ai sesame ibm

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Best Food Reading for 06/08/2017

  • “When we posted our recipe for Cowboy Butter, an herb dipping sauce with a kick, people went nuts. Millions watched the video and thousands shared it with friends. I was shocked — I didn’t think people could get so excited about a condiment. But I should’ve known better. Butter makes everything (or like 99.9% of things) better.”

    tags: f butter

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