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The Problem of (Gender) Binaries

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In their simplest form, computers work in binary. There are ones, and there are zeros and all the rest is context and combinations building more and more complex functions off View Original

The Problem of (Gender) Binaries

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In their simplest form, computers work in binary. There are ones, and there are zeros and all the rest is context and combinations building more and more complex functions off View Original

Tackling OMR in Kyoto: SIMSSA at GREC 2017

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Earlier this month, four SIMSSA Participants visited Kyoto for the 12th IAPR International Workshop on Graphics Recognition (GREC 2017). This conference was held in conjunction with the International Conference on View Original

1000 Words

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Lab member Fedor Karmanov has created a beautiful new project that combines machine vision, machine learning, and poetry. It is called “1,000 Words,” and takes the self-portraits of Van Gogh View Original

The Danger of the Single Story – Why Quantity Matters

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I listened to a beautiful podcast the other day by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie on “the danger of the single story.” Her point was that when we only tell one kind View Original