reMarkable 2 Screen Capture on Windows 10

I’ve recently bought a reMarkable 2 and am happy with it. Since teaching is still happening online for the most part at the moment, I was curious whether I could use it as a drawing tablet, share the screen with my machine, and then pick that up in e …

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Does It Make Sense to Tune the Cutoff of Trees in a Random Forests?

TL;DR: very likely not.

A student once asked me whether it would make sense to tune the probability cutoff (a.k.a. threshold) for random forests. Let’s explain first what we mean by that exactly. Assume a binary classification setting. Say we’ve trained a single decision tree …

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An Exploration of Cellular Automata and Graph Based Game Systems: Part 4
Revisiting the Topic with an Alternative Approach

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Rigging Match 3 Games
Taking on the Role of an Evil Game Designer

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And Now, Time for Another Rant
Everything about computing is still horrible

I was going to spew this out as a Twitter “thread” as is the fashion these days, but I decided against it. Blogging is still cool. Especially once I realized this is not the first time I’ve done this…

… Meaning that I’m sitting at my machine and realize …

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My course.fast.ai Notes

Like many others, I’m a huge fan of Jeremy Howard’s fast.ai courses. Even when having worked in the machine learning field for years, I still find the material to be packed full with interesting …

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A Tour of Open MongoDB Instances

Earlier last month, a security researcher called Victor Gevers sent out a tweet stating that he had stumbled upon a number of open MongoDB databases hosting what was apparantly logged chats from a number of Chinese applications such as Weixin (WeChat) and QQ:

Around 364 million online profiles and their …

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