A brief history of computers Since the invention of the computer (at first, mechanical) humans have always sought to increase speed of computation (and later, storage capacity). Performing more computations in the same amount of time meant not only more […]
Each of us has a unique genome, yet the amount of difference between two random humans on this planet is tiny: around 0.1% on average. This 0.1% difference between you and me actually contains enough information to tell you where you come from.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of #EarthDay, @WWF invites you to create nature themed artwork & share with #ArtForEarthDay 1: Wildlife 🦊Day 2: Freshwater 💧Day 3: One Planet 🌍Day 4: Food 🥕Day 5: Forests 🌳Day 6: Climate 🌤️Day 7: Ocean […]
Since their invention, computers have been put to work to take over simple and repetitive numerical tasks. Today, with the introduction of machine learning techniques in many facets of life, we are beginning to see the many possibilities of handing over complex (intelligent?) tasks to the computer.
Yay, the Rhizome Association has had its constitutive assembly on December 21. 2017 and has been founded. Tamara and I are so grateful for all the support that we have received and for everyone who has showed up. Currently we […]