Tortoise Frame
June 3, 2012

theartofanimation:

渡 太一

danceabletragedy:

Coffee Kiss Ceramic by Tsang Cheung Shing

danceabletragedy:

Coffee Kiss Ceramic by Tsang Cheung Shing

magicalnaturetour:

Blissed Out Ferrets via Cute Overload :)

magicalnaturetour:

Blissed Out Ferrets via Cute Overload :)

artchipel:

Jian Chongmin | 简崇民

[found at theartofanimation & Cuaderno de retazos]

(via artchipel)

llbwwb:

Shipwreck Zakynthos, Greece (by migeye)

llbwwb:

Shipwreck Zakynthos, Greece (by migeye)

fuckyeahmolecularbiology:

What Is a Neural Network?
Models are used throughout the cognitive sciences primarily to illustrate and test theories and to generate new predictions. Scientists develop a model, use data to test the model and compare the outcomes to what would be expected based on real world phenomena. Neural networks, (also known as Connectionist Models or Parallel Distributed Processing - PDP) are one of two ways to computationally model aspects of cognition.
This type of computation differs greatly from that of the classical computer inspired by Turing.  Rather than manipulation of abstract symbols based on set rules or algorithms, connectionist models are dynamical systems that rely on causal processes by which units excite and inhibit each other in order to produce unpredictable emergent behaviour.
The image above shows an illustration of a neural network model; each individual unit is connected by lines showing the other units that it excites or inhibits.

fuckyeahmolecularbiology:

What Is a Neural Network?

Models are used throughout the cognitive sciences primarily to illustrate and test theories and to generate new predictions. Scientists develop a model, use data to test the model and compare the outcomes to what would be expected based on real world phenomena. Neural networks, (also known as Connectionist Models or Parallel Distributed Processing - PDP) are one of two ways to computationally model aspects of cognition.

This type of computation differs greatly from that of the classical computer inspired by Turing.  Rather than manipulation of abstract symbols based on set rules or algorithms, connectionist models are dynamical systems that rely on causal processes by which units excite and inhibit each other in order to produce unpredictable emergent behaviour.

The image above shows an illustration of a neural network model; each individual unit is connected by lines showing the other units that it excites or inhibits.

(Source: amolecularmatter)

thirdworldartocracy:

muffintop-less:

Meals are on avg 4x larger than in the 1950s. This is from the CDC. CRAZY but it makes sense. =(

(via imgTumble)

thirdworldartocracy:

muffintop-less:

Meals are on avg 4x larger than in the 1950s. This is from the CDC. CRAZY but it makes sense. =(

(via imgTumble)

(via adventuresinlearning)

May 19, 2012

danceabletragedy:

by wj313

theartofanimation:

Steven Dhondt

cabbagerose:

NUKLES iPhone case
via: hypenotice
website

cabbagerose:

NUKLES iPhone case


via: hypenotice

website