The CIA World FActbook is a data behemoth well suited for Natural Language Processing experimentation. In this post we play with a K-means clustering algorithm to organize countries into their geographic region.
At first, he was in denial, then begrudging acceptance… until finally, Jared discovered his personal IoT passion when he launched the Earthling Snack Attack button! Read about Jared’s transformation and our new office gizmo in our latest blog post.
J. Bradford Hipps’ recent NYT column on the value of literature for programming encouraged us to examine Earthling reading habits. What we discovered was a great list of books ranging from classics to web serials to insightful nonfiction. Take a look and add some of these titles to your summer reading list.
Anyone visiting the Earthling office would be forgiven if they believe we have a uniform because we Earthlings *really* *really* love our hoodies. In this post, Bekee explains the crucial difference between actual uniforms and just loving the hell out of a cozy piece of clothing that everyone else in your office also happens to own.
An offhand discussion about the proper pronunciation of the programming language Erlang led Don down a path none of us would have expected (clearly, we’re still getting to know him or we’d know damned well this is exactly what he’d do)…
Is competitive video game playing a sport?
How many smart devices do you have in your house?
What is your favorite trilogy?
If you worked at Earthling, we’d know…