Building a Neural Network in Pure Lisp without Built-in Numbers using only Atoms and Lists

Dates, Times, Calendars— The Universal Source of Data Science Trauma

Using EM Waves to Detect Malware

Issue #153

1/18/2022

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Building a Neural Network in Pure Lisp without Built-in Numbers using only Atoms and Lists

Published: 16 January 2022
Tags: lisp


"SectorLISP is an amazing project where a fully functional Lisp interpreter is fit into the 512 bytes of the boot sector of a floppy disk". Hikaru Ikuta's article outlines how you can use SectorLISP to implement a neural network used to identify numbers from 8-bit pictures.


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Dates, Times, Calendars— The Universal Source of Data Science Trauma

Published: 30 September 2019
Tags: time


Although from a while ago, this article covers timeless (see what I did there?) concepts. Randy Au explores the wonderfully complicated world of working with time as a data scientist (or anyone for that matter).


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Using EM Waves to Detect Malware

Published: 12 October 2022
Tags: infosec


The PDF for the research paper can be found in the 7th comment. I didn't link it directly because I found the comments to be fairly interesting on the website. In the paper Duy-Phuc Pham, Damien Marion, Mathieu Mastio, and Annelie Heuser present how electromagnetic wave patterns can be used to identify malware on IoT devices.


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