Fusing his fascination with machine learning with his love of art, Parisian coder Emil Wallner used TensorFlow–our open-source machine learning platform–to build a simple algorithm that learns how to add color to black-and-white photos. In sharing his code online, he’s also teaching thousands of people the fundamentals of machine learning. “Even the mistakes are beautiful, so it’s a satisfying algorithm to learn with.” Learn more about Emil’s algorithm in our story today.
Happy birthday, World Wide Web–you’re 30! Today we’re reflecting on the journey of the web, from hardware foundations to half the world’s population now online. See our story today for a look back at the history of the web with @CERN and @sciencemuseum. #Web30 g.co/web30
This #IWD2019, we’ve partnered with @unwomen to share stories of four women's rights defenders who have had the courage to question–and are building movements against violence to help women and girls live out their full potential. Hear more from Chief Kachindamoto, Ms. Alice Marie Johnson, Lydia Cacho and Asha Kotwal in our story today. #InternationalWomensDay