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About ajlopez

I'm a software developer, from Argentina.

Artificial Intelligence: Links And Resources (79)

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Understanding Deep Learning Requires Rethinking Generalization

Data science competitions to save the world

Can a neural network learn to recognize doodling?

Why it’s hard to design fair machine learning models

Getting Better at Machine Learning

What’s New in Deep Learning Research: How Google Uses Reinforcement Learning to Ask All the Right Questions

Sequence to Sequence Learning with Neural Networks

Fundamental Python Data Science Libraries: A Cheatsheet (Part 4/4)

Angel “Java” Lopez

Blockchain: Links And Resources (266)

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Lending and borrowing on the blockchain — should banks be scared?

Lending robot under smart contracts

Digital Assert-Backed Loans

Blockchain-Based Lending

ETHLend and ConsenSys Propose a new ERC-1068 Loan Standard for Smart Contracts

Understanding the smart contract that governs ETHLend?

Smart Contracts: Lending Industry Disruptors?

Loan Smart Contract

Angel “Java” Lopez


Blockchain: Links And Resources (265)

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Sidechains Are Bringing ICOs to Bitcoin And That Might Change Crypto Funding

What is Ethereum?

Scalable Digital Sovereignty Technical Brief

Chainweb: A Proof-of-Work Parallel-Chain Architecture for Massive Throughput

Blockmesh Operating System

Digital currency and transactions platform

How to Create an ERC20 Token the Simple Way

Blockchain4Humanity Awards for Social Applications to be Unveiled at Labitconf Conference 2018

Angel “Java” Lopez


Artificial Intelligence: Links And Resources (78)

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NOAA Fisheries Steller Sea Lion Population Count

Face Recognition Algorithms

Nearest Neighbors with Keras and CoreML

Python Machine Learning Prediction with a Flask REST API

A Deep Dive into Reinforcement Learning

Schooling Flappy Bird: A Reinforcement Learning Tutorial

An easy introduction to Natural Language Processing

Neural Network Embeddings Explained

Angel “Java” Lopez


Artificial Intelligence: Links And Resources (77)

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Use a Crowd Counting AI Model for your business

Counting people using video cameras

Use artificial intelligence to identify, count, describe wild animals

Real-Time People Counting system using Video Camera

HPC008 Camera People Counting

How does one count the people on a bus using artificial intelligence?

AI Could Transform the Science of Counting Crowds


Angel “Java” Lopez

New Month’s Resolutions: October 2018

The last month was full of ideas and projects. Review of September’s Resolutions:

– Continue Blockchain [complete] see repo
– Continue BlockchainSharp [pending]
– Continue SimpleEvm [pending]
– Continue HuskyJS [pending]
– Continue AprendiendoMachineLearning [pending]
– Continue RSharp [pending]
– Continue Dexert [complete] see repo
– Continue EthBridge [complete] see repo
– Give a course about smart contracts programming [complete]
– Give a talk about blockchain [complete] see slides
– Experimental code with Ethereum/RSK [pending]
– Start to prepare a talk about neural networks [complete]

Additionally, I was working on:

– Give a talk about blockchains Ethereum, RSK and using NEthereum [complete] see slides
– Continue with elmie, Elm-like transpiler to JavaScript [complete] see repo
– Improve NlpLib, natural language processing library [complete] see repo
– Improve SimpleNeuron [complete] see repo
– Start PokerLib [complete] see repo
– Start WorldModel [complete] see repo
– Start SimpleNethereum [complete] see repo
– Improve exeth [complete] see repo

My new month’s resolutions:

– Continue WorldModel
– Continue PokerLib
– Continue SimpleNeuron
– Give a talk about neural networks and deep learning
– Continue BlockchainJ
– Continue BlockchainSharp
– Continue Elmie

Stay tuned!

Angel “Java” Lopez

Blockchain: Links And Resources (264)

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A short walkthrough of hubii core 0.5

Swell 2018: Report Finds Tipping Point for Mass Adoption of Blockchain Is Near

Satoshi Nakamoto’s Bitcoin Whitepaper: A thorough and straightforward walk-through

Five things that must happen for blockchain to see widespread adoption, according to Deloitte

IOHK Launches Cardano Rust Project To Expand Global Development

​China’s Huobi and the rise of new public blockchains in 2019

Will there be 21 million bitcoins eventually?

TEMCO Secures Investment from No. 1 Korean Venture Capital “Korea Investment Partners”

Angel “Java” Lopez