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Food for Thought

What many of you may or may not know is that I have an Associates in Culinary Art – fun times! So I rather enjoy cooking and eating. 240 more words


The Power of Prayer

“The way to get closer to God and appropriate His power in your life is through prayer. Prayer is the means by which we communicate with God.

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The English Minor: How It Has Enhanced My Experience as a Liberal Arts and Sciences Major

Upon commencement of my first semester at Western Illinois University-Quad Cities (WIU-QC), I found myself unprepared—the areas of study that would consume much of my time, money, and focus for the following two to three years were still undetermined. 526 more words


A Shadow of a Doubt

Somehow I snuck my way into a graduate program halfway through the school year and nobody’s noticed yet that I don’t actually belong here. I’ve been told over and over again that what I’m feeling is normal and it’s called “Impostor Syndrome.” I don’t like the sound of that. 784 more words


leo breiman (R.I.P) UC Berkeley ML honored professor


His research in later years focussed on computationally intensive multivariate analysis, especially the use of nonlinear methods for pattern recognition and prediction in high dimensional spaces. 50 more words

Josh Tenenbaum MIT ML expert


Most basic and distinctively human aspects of cognition: the ability to learn so much about the world, rapidly and flexibly.

Current research in our group explores the computational basis of many aspects of human cognition: learning concepts, judging similarity, inferring causal connections, forming perceptual representations, learning word meanings and syntactic principles in natural language, noticing coincidences and predicting the future, inferring the mental states of other people, and constructing intuitive theories of core domains, such as intuitive physics, psychology, biology, or social structure.