Four short links: 16 April 2018

Light-Powered Camera, Government Blogging, TensorFlow.js, and Metanotation

By Nat Torkington
April 16, 2018
Four short links
  1. Light-Powered Camera — prototype gets 15 frames/second, no external power. The light is used for both image sensing and solar power.
  2. Government Blogs and Government Bloggers (Public Strategist) — the blogging spectrum 2×2 is solid and explains why government blogs are often about prototypes, not operations.
  3. Introducing TensorFlow.jsan open source library you can use to define, train, and run machine learning models entirely in the browser, using Javascript and a high-level layers API.
  4. It’s Time for a New Old Programming Language (YouTube) — Guy L. Steele Jr.’s talk about the Computer Science Metanotation that CS papers use to indicate programs without having to use a specific programming language. This is one for your inner CS meta-nerd.

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