reading patterns in financial waves

“Extinction of old forms is the almost inevitable consequence of the production of new forms […]”

- Charles Darwin, The Origin of Species

There exists a deleterious belief about the financial world:

That financial markets are somehow too wild and random for machines to understand — they are simply too…

supraspatial decisionmaking

A core data science task is classification: grouping data points into various groups based on certain shared qualities.

In a sense, it’s an exercise as old as life itself: as soon as the first protozoan developed sensory organs, it (accidentally) started to act differently based on various sensory stimulus.

On…

unpacking Viviene Clay’s findings in reinforcement learning

I’ve written a few articles on Hierarchical Temporal Memory neural networks, which encode data into Sparse Distributed Representations to make noise-resistant predictions that consider multiple time-steps from the past input feed.

The key pioneer of HTM technologies, , holds weekly research meetings to discuss interesting new theories and advancements in…

bees figured this out ages ago

If you’re like me, you’ve always had a strange feeling that bees (much like dolphins) know more than they’re letting on.

They know architecture, and communicate navigational information through . Their elaborate caste-based hierarchy and collective survival impetus is striking. …

Mark Cleverley

data scientist, machine learning engineer. passionate about ecology, biotech and AI.

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