During his month-long research residency at the DBRS Innovation Lab, programmer and software artist Gene Kogan continued work on his interactive book Machine Learning For Artists.

The book (which is co-authored by former DBRS Innovation Lab resident Francis Tseng) is intended to be a thorough yet approachable introduction to machine learning, geared to an audience with little to no technical background.

Machine Learning For Artists is a special kind of book. In its current form it is a work in progress. It exists entirely online and composed in multiple media including text, visual diagrams, videos and interactive elements which can be viewed directly in the browser.

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