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Just discovered the most INSANE thing. The ORDER OF THE EPISODES for Netflix's new series Love Death & Robots changes based on whether Netflix thinks you're gay or straight.
Just discovered the most INSANE thing. The ORDER OF THE EPISODES for Netflix's new series Love Death & Robots changes based on whether Netflix thinks you're gay or straight.
netflix  algorithm  privacy  gender  datamining  machinelearning  software  technology  culture 
yesterday by jtyost2
(429) https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1108155477622312960
"In the future, an will decide which resources an unemployed person will gain in order to increase their…
algorithm  from twitter_favs
yesterday by javierruiz
mprice1/NPR.js
NPR.js - a small toolkit for nonphotorealistic rendering effects in WebGL.

The main effects:
- Painterly Rendering ('Painterly Rendering for Animation' '96)
- Graftals ('Art-Based Rendering of Fur, Grass, and Trees' '99)
- Contour Outlines ('Hardware-Determined Feature Edges')
algorithm  js  webgl 
2 days ago by andrewn
[1812.00417] Snorkel DryBell: A Case Study in Deploying Weak Supervision at Industrial Scale
Automating labeling of training data for machine learning, using Snorkel Drybell, an addon to Snorkel, an open source data labeling and management system
training  data  automated  labeling  snorkel  drybell  algorithm  research  google  deep  machine  learning 
2 days ago by asteroza
Fast Hartley Transformation Library for AVR microcontrollers
The Fast Hartley Transform (FHT) used by Afimilk on the RED collar
algorithm  library  embedded 
3 days ago by davison
Scalable Bloom Filtersとは一体....? - Qiita
Wikipediaを漁っていたところScalable Bloom Filters(SBF)というデータ構造を発見してしまったので紹介します。
ruby  algorithm 
3 days ago by junya
On Reverse Engineering – Anthropology and Algorithms – Medium
Todd Yellin is, by all appearances, a structuralist. He tells Madrigal that his goal was to “tear apart content” and create a “Netflix Quantum Theory,” under which movies could be broken down into their constituent parts — into “quanta” or the “little ‘packets of energy’ that compose each movie.” Those quanta eventually became “microtags,” which Madrigal tells us are used to describe everything in the movie. Large teams of human taggers are trained, using a 36-page secret manual, and they go to town, decomposing movies into microtags. Take those tags, recompose them, and you get the altgenres, a weird sort of structuralist production intended to help you find things in Netflix’s pool of movies. If Lévi-Strauss had lived to be 104 instead of just 100, he might have had some thoughts about this computerized structuralism: in his 1955 article on the structural study of myth, he suggested that further advances would require mathematicians and “I.B.M. equipment” to handle the complicated analysis. Structuralism and computers go way back.
algorithm  anthropology 
3 days ago by aleksi

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