Friday, February 28, 2014

Nuit Blanche in Review (February 2014)

This past month, we remembered the Past (Remembering Columbia STS-107The Graceful Rendez-Vous Pitch Maneuvers) and saw the Future (Predicting the Future: The Upcoming Stephanie Events). We learned that Compressive Sensing Skews Everything including Terry Tao's h-index. We wondered if Bad Learning was Learning ? Submitted From Direct Imaging to Machine Learning … and more, in 15 minutes to JIONC whose organizers decided to put on a poster (how do you convert 15 minutes on a poster?). I also provided some tips on Organizing Meetups and got Nuit Blanche featured on La Recherche of February. But this is nothing compared to the slow recognition that Machine Learning techniques like RKHS may be a way to more deeply connected nonlinear sening and compressive sensing

In the meantime, a large number of implementations were made available by their respective authors:
We had two Sunday Morning Insights

Specific Focused entries
But also 



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