I am happy to announce that the LSU Ag Center is partnering with Ag Analytics to move forward ideas of Digital Agriculture. This is the first partnership that the LSU Ag Center has established in this area and also the first partnership that Ag Analytics has established with a land grant University. https://www.lsuagcenter.com/profiles/rbogren/articles/page1560888995758
Recently I sent a long email to (hopefully) my future TA for the Statistics Course I will be teaching over the fall. She is an amazing student with a clear understanding of the material so it makes imminent sense to pick her as a TA. But, she is also an international student and the prospect… Continue reading Preparing to teach an English class for international graduate students!
Recently I had a great email question from Henrique Cheng, one of the graduate students in EXST at LSU asking about what is an appropriate path to being a Big Data/ Data Scientist and whether or not it passes through abstract mathematics and specifically my background in Topology. His question stemmed from a research article… Continue reading Path to become a Data Analyst
When I joined LSU I had a vision of converting the things I know from the health field to applications in agriculture. A year after and the first few steps seem very promising. Find below an interview-article by Olivia McClure that contains part of our discussion. http://www.lsuagcenter.com/profiles/rbogren/articles/page1539702950435
I want to preface this article by admitting that I am not an expert on Artificial Intelligence and I am definitely not a chess expert. But one of the youtube chess analysts that I follow, agamator, has recently analyzed some games between two programs. On one side we have stockfish, a renowned chess game and… Continue reading Alpha zero, new intelligence?