What To Read And Watch For Data Science?

        Recently Data Science professions became really popular in different spheres. It is no wonder as the professions are working with all data from over the world and most of the professions today are upgrading themselves to the digital version. You can visit many places around, talking to different people around the world by staying at home. You can gamble by joining the PlayAmo login and you can even buy different products that would have been impossible several years ago. That is why we have prepared a list of things to check, read or watch for Data Science professionals. Rest and enjoy!    

What To Read?

     There are many interesting books around the world. Moreover, there are many amazing articles that might focus your interest. We would like to offer you these three. Enjoy reading! 

         “Summer Island”, Steve Coulson

      Steve Coulson, creative director of the Campfire platform, came up with the plot, and the neural network drew the images. The result is a 40-page horror graphic novel! Note to all who are looking for an artist for their own works.

        “Where Do Memes Come From?”, Know your meme

         Comrades, it’s time to test your erudition! Analyst Aidan Walker collected data on memes from 2010 to 2022, highlighted the most popular Internet jokes each year, and showed where most of them came from. Can be nostalgic

        “AI may come to the rescue of future firefighters”, Tech Xplore

     The FlashNet neural network has learned to determine the moment of a destructive explosion during a fire and warn of danger 30 seconds before it. The model is trained on 41,000 fires in 17 types of buildings and works with an accuracy of 92.1%.

What To Watch? 

      Today video content is as famous as books. Though, sometimes you are advised to use different trash. That is why we advise you to check the next videos and enjoy them! 

       The possible worlds tree

       What will happen to the world tomorrow or in 100 years? Metaculus is a platform that offers 100 options for the future of humanity based on user predictions. Community members answer questions, and their answers form a diagram of possible scenarios that is updated every night. Today, 93% of the forecasts are not bad. They are pretty optimistic. But Tomorrow everything might change.  

         TikTok background generation

      TikTok has implemented a neural network. It creates a background for videos based on a text description from users. The quality of the images is low, and the pictures themselves are abstract. This is done intentionally so that users cannot use obscene pictures.

         Deep Fakes are more than just a face

      Deep Fakes are becoming more difficult: now, in addition to the face, the whole body can also be replaced. Apple’s Neuman neural network watches the video with you and analyzes the body from different angles. It then generates its own deep fake video, in which your 3D model performs any actions given by the program.


      Another project involved the Mid journey neural network. A Japanese programmer named Nao_u created an entire 2D game. It is a neural network-generated visual effects, graphics, and background.

For Art Lovers

   Try to check the Stable Diffusion. If you are impressed by the pictures of DALLE-2, you should pay attention to this neural network. Stable Diffusion generates high-quality images and has recently become available to everyone. You need to register on the site, enter a request in English and you’re done!

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