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Making every year better than the last: my goals for 2018

A year in review

2017 didn’t go quite as I hoped it would. In January, I imagined I’d spend the better percentage of the year on Kiwi, an AI natural language bot that I’ve been excited to start for years. And in some ways that’s happened – I’ve built a proof-of-concept grammar parser for speech input, and I’m nearly done building my own wikipedia text corpus that I’ll be able to use for AI training, but I’m conflicted about my progress this year.

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Understanding and Building the Simplest Neural Network

Understanding and Building the Simplest Neural Network

Over the past year I’ve been reading and learning about neural networks, how they work, and how to use them. I’ve found the overwhelming majority of tutorials and introductions to NN either: a) focus on the math and derivations, or b) focus on the code and tools, but rarely seem to c) match the math 1:1 with the code. Both of these tutorial styles are often guilty of handwaving and simplifying the derivations, making it difficult for me to follow exactly how the math and code relate to each other.

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Loose Leaf 3.0.0 is Open Source!

In addition to the great new features in v3.0.0 – the entire app is now open source! Get the code!

Organize Your Notes

This version brings multiple-document organizationt to Loose Leaf. You can setup multiple documents, easily switch between documents, and quickly move and copy pages between documents. Check out the new tutorial videos on getlooseleaf.com.

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