How Humans Judge Machines

How Humans Judge Machines is an academic publication covering the results of experiments on how humans judge…

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Tracking wildfires in the west

Wildfires continue to burn in the western United States. The New York Times provides a tracker showing…

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AI-generated movie posters

Noah Veltman fed an AI movie descriptions and made it generate images. The results are in quiz…

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Repulsive curves

Chris Yu, Henrik Schumacher, and Keenan Crane from Carnegie Mellon University are working on repulsive curves, which…

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Lightning algorithm

Matt Henderson on Numberphile shows off a “lightning algorithm” which is actually a maze-solving algorithm that shows…

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✚ Visualization Tools and Learning Resources, August 2021

Welcome to issue #154 of The Process, the newsletter for FlowingData members about how the charts get…

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Cycle of Many, a 24-hour snapshot for a day in the life of Americans

This is a 24-hour snapshot for a day in the life of Americans. Read More

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Machine learning explained at five difficulty levels

For their 5 Levels series, Wired brought in Hilary Mason to explain machine learning at five levels…

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Diversity within the Asian population

Robert Gebeloff, Denise Lu and Miriam Jordan for The New York Times looked at overall increases and…

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Inflation isn’t that exciting

For NYT Opinion, Josh Bivens and Stuart A. Thompson argue that you don’t need to panic about…

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