Martin Anderson - Portfolio

Freelance writer and editor, primarily on machine learning, artificial intelligence and big data.
Recent work:

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Index

IFlexion - Features On Machine Learning

Ross Dawson - Features on Machine Learning and other subjects

Scalr.ai - Features on Machine Learning

Substack - Personal blog on Machine Learning

Techerati.com (aka The Stack)
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AI, machine learning and automation
AR/VR
Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies
Cloud
Data Centers
Networks
Security
Miscellaneous Tech Topics

Den Of Geek (Dennis Publishing)
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Intelligent Automation Network (formerly aiia.net)

About me


IFlexion

I currently do a lot of work for this U.S.-based tech company, which also has a presence in the UK through to eastern Europe and Asia.

(Please note that the live versions of these articles have short prefaces written by other people. I don't have any control over this!)

Predictive Analytics in Real Estate
The power of AI-driven predictive analytics has much to offer to real estate. Let's see how this sector can get a jump on an uncertain market through AI.
Archived: Local version | Wayback Machine

Computer Vision Projects: 7 Success Stories
Here are some of the most successful and far-ranging computer vision projects that have achieved commercial success.
Archived: Local version | Wayback Machine

AI in the Supply Chain
A look at how machine learning is impacting supply chain management and logistics, and how the relationship might develop in the next few years.
Archived: Local version | Wayback Machine

The Future of AI Regulation
A look at the legislative landscape around AI, examining whether current laws will be sufficient for the algorithmic age.
Archived: Local version | Wayback Machine

AI in Architecture: Is It a Good Match?
This article looks at emerging tools, systems and ideas related to AI in architecture — as well as some of the obstacles to automation.
Archived: Local version | Wayback Machine

The Practical Problems of Explaining AI Black Box Systems
Since the headline-fueled public failures of AI hold back growth and uptake, it's now vital to formulate new approaches to making machine learning explicable to the public and private sector.
Archived: Local version | Wayback Machine

The Emergence of AIoT
A look at new approaches to the challenges that come with inserting the world's most energy-draining technology into lightweight, energy-efficient devices and networks.
Archived: Local version | Wayback Machine

AI in Predictive Maintenance Software
Machine learning offers strategies to cut downtime and extend component life through predictive maintenance forecasting.Here is a look at some of the possible solutions for the accompanying challenges.
Archived: Local version | Wayback Machine

Data Science in Healthcare
Data science now has an unprecedented opportunity to leverage machine learning and transform healthcare. Here's a look at how it can face up to some of its biggest challenges in the post-COVID era.
Archived: Local version | Wayback Machine

R vs Python for Data Science and Visualization
A look at the capabilities of R vs Python in data science applications across a range of essential characteristics
Archived: Local version | Wayback Machine

Enterprise AI Adoption
A a look at the current indicators that favor an in-house or platform-based approach to enterprise AI development, with an eye to emerging trends.
Archived: Local version | Wayback Machine

The Future of Data Science in the Age of COVID-19
A look at how the wider data science sector might need to reconcile the volatile conditions of 2020 and beyond.
Archived: Local version | Wayback Machine

The Future of Emotion Recognition in Machine Learning
From deepfake detection and autism therapy to driving safety, there are multiple applications of ML-based facial expression recognition. However, the challenges are numerous.
Archived: Local version | Wayback Machine

PyTorch vs Keras
A review and comparison of the two renowned Python frameworks.
Archived: Local version | Wayback Machine

5 Key Challenges in Machine Learning Development
Machine learning model training is no small feat, especially with the key five challenges examined in this post.
Archived: Local version | Wayback Machine

Data Science in Banking and Finance: The Case for AI
The banking and finance sector is taking a cautious yet productive approach to machine learning deployments. Here's a review of the current developments and prerequisites for further AI proliferation.
Archived: Local version | Wayback Machine

The State of Facial Recognition Software
In 2020, facial recognition software is seeing new surprising developments across industries and applications. What are they?
Archived: Local version | Wayback Machine

Apple Core ML: Easily Leverage the Power of Machine Learning
Learn more about Apple’s foray into mobile machine learning framework development, and what capabilities it can bring to your project.
Archived: Local version | Wayback Machine

Facial Recognition Software Pros and Cons in the Privacy Age
Will facial recognition software retain its pros for businesses in the light of its privacy-hindering cons?
Archived: Local version | Wayback Machine

Using Intelligent Video Analytics against the Spread of COVID-19
From social distancing trackers to mask-wearing detection, intelligent video analytics tools offer real-time object recognition in a safe contactless way.
Archived: Local version | Wayback Machine

Entertainment Robots
From the Middle Ages to the early 2020s, this article traces the roots of entertainment robots and looks at the technologies that make them possible.
Archived: Local version | Wayback Machine

How Are Data Scientists Contributing to Social Good Right Now?
Public data science projects might be controversial, but they increasingly do more for society, too.
Archived: Local version | Wayback Machine

Does the Pandemic Reframe Political Data Science and AI in the Public Sector?
Data science was facing a harsh regulatory environment and public skepticism until the coronavirus pandemic. What impact is it likely to have on the public sector AI strategy in the long term?
Archived: Local version | Wayback Machine

10 Machine Learning Frameworks for Your Consideration
A look at the top machine learning frameworks right now, with both their positive and negative sides to be considered for an AI-centric project
Archived: Local version | Wayback Machine

Machine Learning Overview: Understanding The 'Gold Rush'
After the failures of the 1960s and the 1980s, what is different in this latest iteration of the AI hype cycle; and how can we navigate the AI hype cycle to identify usable real world machine learning technologies?
Archived: Local version | Wayback Machine

HBase vs Cassandra in the Big Data Game
Though HBase and Cassandra are stablemates from the Apache repository, they are effectively rivals for your time and resources. This article compares their capabilities, limitations and areas of similarity.
Archived: Local version | Wayback Machine

Hadoop vs Spark
This article examines the validity of the Spark vs Hadoop argument and take a look at those areas of big data analysis in which the two systems oppose and sometimes complement each other.
Archived: Local version | Wayback Machine

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Ross Dawson

Ross Dawson is a seasoned futurist in high demand. I occasionally contribute articles to his content stream.

The Future Of AI Image Synthesis
A look at the new wave of text-to-image AI Colabs emerging in the wake of OpenAI's DALL-E.  Also featured on Hacker Noon.
Archived: Local version | Wayback Machine

The Limited Future Of Deepfakes
The world fears the advance of deepfake technology - but behind the scenes, the open source projects behind it are stuck in a number of blind alleys. With contributions from industry professionals, this feature looks at the truth of the deepfakes menace.  Also featured on Hacker Noon.
Archived: Local version | Wayback Machine

A comprehensive guide to how AI is transforming the visual effects (VFX) industry
[May 2019] New machine learning techniques promise to transform the visual effects industry in a way not seen since the CGI revolution.
Archived: Local version | Wayback Machine

Best futurists ever: The big hits and the misses from Arthur C. Clarke's eccentric and influential predictions
A look back at the output of one of the most optimistic and influential futurists of the 20th century. Featured on Hacker News.
Archived: Local version | Wayback Machine

Best futurists ever: The predictions of Robert A. Heinlein, from the Cold War to the waterbed
Robert A. Heinlein's contributions to culture extend from linguistics and social theory through to innovations in furniture. Featured on Hacker News and Fark.
Archived: Local version | Wayback Machine

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Scalr.ai

Business Applications For GPT-3
Here are some of the most successful and far-ranging computer vision projects that have achieved commercial success.
Archived: Local version | Wayback Machine


Substack

Relighting And Color Grading With Machine Learning
A short look at an emerging field in machine learning..
Archived: Local version | Wayback Machine | Hacker News


Techerati.com (aka The Stack)

I was chief editor on this domain for three years (2014-17), pulling it out from a terminal traffic trough and through a complete site migration and re-imagining.

The site was regularly featured on the likes of Slashdot, Hacker News and Fark.

Since the project had a very small staff, my own writing contribution was extensive. I also commissioned and edited features.

Additionally I liaised with the marketing and sales departments, and undertook overseas travel to promote the property.

The 2019 re-migration has removed some images and attributions. You can find them restored in the accompanying archived links below, together with the articles' current URLs and associated viral conversations.

Please note: Only the 'Wayback Machine' links below have captured the images used inside articles. Please use those links to see the articles as they were originally presented.
 

Techerati: Select Features

RAISR: Is Google's AI-driven image resizing algorithm 'dishonest'?
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot | Fark

Twitter's withdrawal of reliable share count API is a bold monetizing move
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot

Sites that block adblockers seem to be suffering
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Hacker News

The real estate angle behind San Francisco's Smart City ambitions
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Fark

Netflix Vs. the 20th century
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot

If you need a paywall, but you also need Google to love you, you have a problem
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot

How the blockchain could save journalism – for free
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Fark

Examining Yahoo's nightmare vision of 'smart' billboards
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot

What does Big Data have in store for online map services?
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Fark

The mnemonic war against 'password1'
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Fark

Beyond the electricity-guzzling, 'failed' blockchain experiment
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Fark

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Techerati: AI, machine learning and automation

Please note: Only the 'Wayback Machine' links below have captured the images used inside articles. Please use those links to see the articles as they were originally presented.

Adobe develops AI-driven approach that could end the age of the green screen in movies and VR
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: 5k+ shares: Reddit, LinkedIn, Facebook et al (see social shares in main link)

Yahoo releases largest ever machine learning dataset to research
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot

DC policy-maker: Invest in AI, don't worry about your jobs
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Fark

Why sarcasm is such a problem in artificial intelligence
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot

Neural network chess computer abandons brute force for selective, 'human' approach
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Fark | Slashdot

Why occlusion is the next great frontier for image recognition
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Fark | Slashdot

Google sees UK as prime market for self-driving cars due to 'non-regulatory approach'
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot

Virgin boss warns industry of pending automation backlash
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Fark

Google's hive-mind robot arms learn to negotiate a cluttered world
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Fark

Using Google Street View data to guide autonomous vehicles in bad weather
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Fark

How sports and movie commentaries can speed up the development of artificial intelligence
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Fark

Computers read 1.8 billion words of fiction to learn how to anticipate human behaviour
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot

Deep learning identifies dangerous roads from sound input
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Fark | Slashdot

BBC launches machine-translated synthetic voiceovers
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot

New photographs from dead photographers with convolutional neural networks
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Pinterest / Facebook

Baidu and NVIDIA claim AI system that can imitate your voice
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Fark

Apple Purchases AI company Emotient to read users' expressions
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot

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Techerati: AR/VR

Please note: Only the 'Wayback Machine' links below have captured the images used inside articles. Please use those links to see the articles as they were originally presented.

EEG feedback offers interesting possibilities for virtual reality
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot

Microsoft steps up the sci-fi with new HoloLens video – but keep your hands down
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Fark

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Techerati: Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies

Please note: Only the 'Wayback Machine' links below have captured the images used inside articles. Please use those links to see the articles as they were originally presented.

Non-monetary data usage threatens Bitcoin's efficacy
Archived: This site
Viral: Fark

IBM reported to be investigating 'Bitcoin-style', blockchain-based currency transaction system
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot | Fark

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Techerati: Cloud

Please note: Only the 'Wayback Machine' links below have captured the images used inside articles. Please use those links to see the articles as they were originally presented.

Microsoft Azure beats rivals in high performance cloud computing
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Fark

CloudFlare can be ordered to disclose 'science pirates' website owner details
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot

Microsoft Azure now offers patent troll IP protection
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot

Ericsson leads trial of 'first content' media delivery without tariff penalties
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Fark

CloudFlare wants Tor to change or risk roadblocks
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot

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Techerati: Data Centers

Please note: Only the 'Wayback Machine' links below have captured the images used inside articles. Please use those links to see the articles as they were originally presented.

Google envisages new hard disk format design for data centers
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot

OpenCAPI: Google & IBM lead tech consortium to speed data center performance
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot

Controversy over low-staff data centers getting tax breaks for boosting local employment
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot

Microsoft invests $3 billion in cloud and European data centers, including France
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot

German underground bunker refitted as low-oxygen, low-staff nuclear-proof data center
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot

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Techerati: Networks

Please note: Only the 'Wayback Machine' links below have captured the images used inside articles. Please use those links to see the articles as they were originally presented.

The 'Internet of Touch' will require a network revolution
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Fark

Why Singapore's government internet blockade might spread west
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Fark | Slashdot

How to defeat VPN location-spoofing by mapping network delays
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot

Ansip addresses conflicts in the 'race' to 5G
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Fark

Now you can save YouTube videos offline overnight – if you're in India
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Fark | Slashdot

Ericsson demonstrates end-to-end 5G network in Sweden
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Fark

Facebook achieves 20Gbps data rate over radio spectrum
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Fark | Slashdot

EU Paramount/Sky ruling may end geoblocking within Europe
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Fark

Allegation that ad-serving companies deliberately slow down web pages to maximize profit
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot | Fark

Netflix's liberal VPN policies are not entirely voluntary, executive admits
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot

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Techerati: Security

Please note: Only the 'Wayback Machine' links below have captured the images used inside articles. Please use those links to see the articles as they were originally presented.

New algorithm identifies lockstep reputation attacks
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot

LinkedIn data breach leads to hacking of Zuckerberg's social network accounts
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Fark | Slashdot

U.S. Army releases forensics framework on GitHub
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot

HTML5-based data transfer for terrorists, pirates and investigators
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Fark

Russia's largest social network hacked – 100 million clear-text passwords stolen
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Fark

Google's new 'repeat offender' policy makes ad-network malware a big risk
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Fark | Slashdot

Keystroke dynamics could be used to distinguish children from adults online
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Fark

The malware of the future may come bearing real gifts
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Boing-Boing | Gizmodo | Slashdot

81% of Tor users can be de-anonymized by analyzing router information, research indicates
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Reddit | Meneame | Slashdot

UK gov: AI growth could re-identify individuals from big data
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Fark

Cookies can render secure websites vulnerable in all modern browsers
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot

Hacker uses Android light-switches to gain control over an entire hotel
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Fark

Manhattan DA steps up pressure on Google and Apple to open up encryption to government
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Fark | Slashdot

72% of 'anonymous' browsing history can be attached to the real user
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot

U.S. government seeks to develop city-wide drone detection systems
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Fark | Slashdot

Italian authorities to invest 150 million euros on monitoring PlayStation chat, despite discredited link to Paris attacks
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Fark | Slashdot

DARPA developing security tools for gene editing
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Fark

100kb of unusual code protecting nuclear, ATC and United Nations systems
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot

Cracking the citizen: a warning from South Korea about National IDs
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot

Google advances frameworks and tools against cross-site scripting
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Fark

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Techerati: Miscellaneous Tech Topics

Please note: Only the 'Wayback Machine' links below have captured the images used inside articles. Please use those links to see the articles as they were originally presented.

New music notation system could render modern musical instruments 'useless'
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Fark

Volkswagen software scandal may not lead to criminal prosecution due to loophole in Clean Air Act
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot

Microsoft promotes the value of trade secrets as senate committee discusses new bill
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot

MIT framework takes 3D printing beyond prototyping
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Fark

Science vs. clickbait
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Fark

DNA-based advertising redefines commercial 'ad-targeting'
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot | Fark

New military automated airdrops will use image recognition instead of GPS
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Fark

Big Data attempts to find meaning in 40 years of UK political debate
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot

Mysterious osmosis lets spiders weave graphene-reinforced webs
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot | Fark

U.S. newspapers file FTC complaint against adblocking whitelist 'racket'
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Fark

Some curious search terms denied to the Chinese
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot

Opera web browser introduces native ad-blocking, 45% faster than Chrome with Adblock
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot

Uber has an exceptionally bad day in France and Germany
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot | Fark

Adobe kills the 'Flash' name after twenty years
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot | Fark

The Pepsi P1 smartphone takes consumer lock-in beyond a mere brand app
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot | Fark

Netflix-derived algorithm tells you when your best employee is about to leave you
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot

The gap between inaccurate viral news stories and the truth is 13 hours
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot

Major Browsers Add Experimental Support For WebAssembly
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot | Fark

On-chip liquid cooling promises longer life, smaller devices and the end of heat sinks and fans
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot | Fark

The self-replicating smartphone app that's ready for the apocalypse – and the censors
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot

'Mood mining': researchers propose app to judge your long-term state of mind from your voice
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot

TV Networks turn to neuroscience to commercialize viewers
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot

We can't tell fake images from real, even when we're looking for them, research finds
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot | Fark

An Algorithm To Facilitate Uber-Style Dynamic Phone Tariffs
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot

Can NASA's Gryphon-X project save America?
Archived: WayBack Machine (includes original pictures)
Viral: Slashdot

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Den Of Geek (Dennis Publishing)

I was the co-editor of this very popular entertainment site for three years, producing viral posts, editing and commissioning, and dealing with migrations and various sales and marketing strategies.

In this period I also output a great deal of print content for publications such as Computer Shopper, The Week, Micro Mart and the Fortean Times.

Though archive links are provided, the original URLs are still in force.
 

Den Of Geek: Select Features

Top 50 movie special effects shots (1.5+ million unique views)
Archived: This site | WayBack Machine
Viral: Gizmodo (led to viral coverage across networks)

In praise of the sci-fi corridor
Archived: This site | WayBack Machine
Viral: Slashdot and general viral reaction (see comments)

Top 75 Spaceships in movies and TV
Archived: This site | WayBack Machine
Viral: Stumbleupon

The incredible shrinking IMAX screen
Archived: This site | WayBack Machine
Viral: Stumbleupon

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Den Of Geek: Select Interview List

Adam West (Archive: This site | WayBack Machine)
Alan Grant (Archive: This site | WayBack Machine)
Alex Proyas (Archive: This site | WayBack Machine)
Chris Foss (Archive: This site | WayBack Machine)
Dan O'Bannon (Archive: This site | WayBack Machine)
Darren Lynn Bousman (Archive: This site | WayBack Machine)
Dave Gibbons (Archive: This site | WayBack Machine)
Ed Ulbrich (Archive: This site | WayBack Machine)
Gerry Anderson (Archive: This site | WayBack Machine)
Graham Linehan (This site | WayBack Machine)
Ian Hunter (Archive: This site | WayBack Machine)
Jeff Kleiser (Archive: This site | WayBack Machine)
John Badham (Archive: This site | WayBack Machine)
John Carpenter (Archive: This site | WayBack Machine)
John Dykstra (Archive: This site | WayBack Machine)
Kenneth J. Johnson (Archive: This site | WayBack Machine)
Kim Stanley Robinson (Archive: This site | WayBack Machine)
Michael York (Archive: This site | WayBack Machine)
Rachel Talalay (Archive: This site | WayBack Machine)
Richard Hudolin (Archive: This site | WayBack Machine)
Stellan Skarsgård (Archive: This site | WayBack Machine)
Stephen King (Archive: This site part 1/part 2 | WayBack Machine)
Syd Mead (Archive: This site | WayBack Machine)
Vangelis (Archive: This site | WayBack Machine)
Wes Craven (Archive: This site | WayBack Machine)

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Intelligent Automation Network (formerly AIIA.net)

In the couple of months before I left the UK for good in 2017, I filled in as editor at this popular IQPC portal centered around AI and machine learning. Below are a few of the pieces I output while I was there.

Though archive links are provided, the original URLs are still in force, at the time of writing.

Was that a question? Neural networks need to know
Archive: This site | WayBack Machine

Why comment trolls are likely to beat Machine Learning
Archived: This site | WayBack Machine

What isn't AI?
Archived: This site | WayBack Machine

Programming fatalistic, uncertain or suicidal AI
Archived: This site | WayBack Machine

Machine Learning reaches into the unknown
Archived: This site | WayBack Machine

Why AI could cause 'full fat' computing to interrupt the mobile revolution
Archived: This site | WayBack Machine

The problems of policing artificial intelligence
Archived: This site | WayBack Machine
Viral: Fark

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About Me

I have over 12 years' experience in creating and marketing traffic-driven content, primarily in tech topics including machine learning, AI, big data and IoT.

I currently have freelance contracts with various tech companies and media outlets in the United States.

I have extensive experience not only in generating high-volume traffic, but also in marketing it via popular referral hubs. This select portfolio contains links to some of my work, and accompanying links to the conversations that they generated in popular communities.

I have managed small content teams, including on-site and remote contributors.

As an editor I have in the past been in charge of outlets such as Techerati (formerly The Stack) and the Intelligent Automation Network (archived) artificial intelligence portal, as well as the entertainment website Den Of Geek.

martin@martinanderson.ai
https://www.linkedin.com/in/martin-anderson-ai-writer/

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