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Data Machina - Issue #136

Back in 1966, Joseph Weizenbaum coded Eliza - an NLP chatbot for human-machine communication. afaik c
Data Machina - Issue #136
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Back in 1966, Joseph Weizenbaum coded Eliza - an NLP chatbot for human-machine communication. afaik chatbots haven’t evolved “in a hugely significant” way since then. This is a wonderful story: The Genealogy of Eliza

I succesfully survived the scorching hot London weather and the England win “celebrations”… Right! Here’s a great long read on survival and technology: Survival of the Richest


10 Link-o-Troned
A Pythonista *Experience*
Scripting aRt
Love from Julia
(Paren(th)ethical)
ScalaTOR
data v-i-s-i-o-n-s
Distributed de-Entangler
Blockchain Über Alles
IoTea - everyThing/anyThing
Forschung!
Algorithmic Potpourri
Robots & Cyborgs like <you>
Deep Learning Bits
startups -> radar
ML Datasets & Stuff
Postscript, etc
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