Delicious Bookmarks for September 14th

These are my links for September 14th:

  • Volatile and Decentralized: Programming != Computer Science – Agreed! I’m most definitely a software engineer but I’m working at learning to be a computer scientist.
  • Football analysis leads to advance in artificial intelligence | News & Research Communications | Oregon State University– A nice review of a significant work (both in time and potential impact) done at OSU.An AI system which can automatically annotate raw footage of (American) Football plays, map the recognised plays into a cognitive architecture and then transfer the learned knowledge to a simulated football environment with different constraints (non-standard rules, fewer players and a larger field).

    The implications are interesting. Easy to imagine are systems which recommend plays to a coach or analyst. Knowledge transfer is a hot topic, though. How about training a robot to clean houses by having it observe someone clean a room? The article also hints to applications of automated patient monitoring and enhanced logistics.

    Exciting stuff!

I wrote about about why these posts are being generated here: Sharing Links.

Note: I’m contemplating removing these link round-ups from the blog. If you enjoy them, and would like them to stay, please let me know.


    1. Awesome, I’ll leave them in then. If one person liked them enough to respond I probably would have, but two?! 🙂

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