The top 10 things you need to know about Perl 6
December 17, 2019
Join Jeffrey Goff to learn about the top 10 features that Perl 6 brings to the table, including Unicode support, functional programming, reactive and concurrent programming, built-in expression grammars, built-in vector operators, and a full metaprogramming system with support for roles. Jeffrey discusses where Perl 6 started, where it is today, and where the language is going in the future.
Combining statistics and expert human judgement for better recommendations
December 6, 2019
Jay Wang and Jasmine Nettiksimmons explore the business model of Stitch Fix, an emerging startup that uses artificial intelligence and human experts for a personalized shopping experience, and highlight the challenges encountered implementing Stitch Fix's recommendation algorithm and interacting AI with human stylists.
Can deep neural networks save your neural network? Artificial intelligence, sensors, and strokes
October 26, 2019
Each year, 15 million people suffer strokes, and at least a fifth of those are due to atrial fibrillation, the most common heart arrhythmia. Brandon Ballinger reports on a collaboration between UCSF cardiologists and ex-Google data scientists that detects atrial fibrillation with deep learning.