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Signal GAN Jan 18, 2021 In 2021 I used the raw images from SIGNAL to train a generative adversarial network, or GAN, to generate in-between images of the pages. It was one Autocomplete everywhere Jan 6, 2021 Previously, I wrote about speeding up your learning loop with artificial recall — specifically, the Thread Helper browser extension for Twitter. Learning loops Dec 29, 2020 Previously, I wrote about the learning curve that artificial intelligence models use in their training, and how we can apply it to our own studies. Seasons change Dec 22, 2020 🍂 Previously, In the autumn I wrote a lot about permaculture and biomimicry, digital gardens, and the virtual gestures that connect us. I finished Berduck Dec 15, 2020 They say you learn things best when you have to explain them to someone else. Learn what you’re all about, with Berduck: the friendly AI apprentice. Book Cover Generator Nov 28, 2020 An early experiment with the lightweight-gan architecture trained on a 55K-image book dataset. It doesn’t have the accuracy that later diffusion See and Point Nov 17, 2020 🕰️ Previously, I wrote about how our online worlds are limited by the way they’re built: the share/like/comment/follow architecture, built atop the New social gestures Nov 3, 2020 I’m not writing about the election today. I’m sure you’ve got plenty of that already. This is a newsletter about human-computer interfaces, as Digital gardens Oct 29, 2020 Previously, I’ve been writing about the gardening of software: using permaculture theory to reorganize the digital world. Thinking about technology Zones of the mind Oct 13, 2020 Previously, I wrote of the way that computers farm us into “communities” to make our attention easy to harvest and sell to corporations. We don’t Legiblate Oct 12, 2020 In 2020 I started the course “Deep Learning for Coders” from fast.ai. As one of my projects, I had to train an image classifier (fine-tune a Resnet Where the humans end Sep 29, 2020 Previously, I wrote about how trees garden the forest for themselves, how humans can garden the world for ourselves, and how we shouldn’t let the Accelerating succession Sep 22, 2020 Previously, I introduced the idea of algorithm gardening: tending software in an ecological fashion. Computers are not all one thing, like a Next page