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Historically, one of the first implementations of the QA system was the program BASEBALL (1961), created at Stanford University. It was able to answer questions about baseball league scores, statistics etc., using a rule-based language model for “decoding”, generation of natural text and access to a baseball relational database for […] The post Question Answering (QA) System in Python - Introduction to NLP & a Practical Code Example first appeared on ASPER BROTHERS.
Ah, cupcakes. Who doesn’t love those little, round bites of deliciousness? With a history spanning many, many years, cupcakes have a rich legacy that includes chemistry, enterprise, and problem solving.... The post Improving Your Design Workflow - The Cupcake Method appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
I’ve seen these fun pop art style magazine cover doodles springing up in many of the design inspiration galleries lately, but I never realised they’re all the works of two talented ladies! Ana Strumpf is a Designer, Illustrator and Vogue Columnist from Brazil who is famous for her Re.Cover art series. Hattie Stewart is a […] The post Fun Magazine Cover Doodle Art by Ana Strumpf & Hattie Stewart appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
The act of displaying time is quite popular on the web. But it's not at all limited to what we typically wear on our wrist or hang on the wall.... The post Keeping Time: A Collection of Clock and Timer Code Snippets appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Distorted and irregular, yet beautifully imperfect. Every individual character unique and painstakingly handmade. Vintage in style yet seamlessly blends in with the modern. Brush-style typography has been forgotten for quite... The post 15 Beautifully Imperfect Free Brush Fonts appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), an international standards organization that manages internet protocols, has announced that the Web Audio API is now an official standard. This designation signifies that W3C has vetted the technology in an industry-inclusive manner that is intended to accelerate adoption.
Are you working on a new tri-fold brochure design for your business? Want to make them look even better than your competitors? Then you've come to the right place. We’re featuring some of the best tri-fold brochure templates you can use to easily design a stunning brochure with a minimal budget. The design of a […]
Unless you've been hiding under a rock for a bit (and even then, the news would probably still reach you), you know that GDPR (EU General Data Protection Regulation) is... The post 8 Resources to Help Designers with GDPR Compliance appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
In my video tutorial last week I made use of my old pack of light leak overlays. I’ve used those graphics in loads of my own photos over the years, so I took some time to produce a fresh batch in a totally new style. This new pack of Free Light Leak Overlays contains 80 […] The post 80 Free Light Leak Overlays for Creating Vibrant Photo Effects appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
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