When Bill Gates says that if he would start a business today, and it would be a startup to let machines read books through machine learning, you know that it’s just a matter of time when someone realizes it one day. Get to know this machine learning technology that was able to see interesting patterns about men and women by reading 3,5 million books.
The book Educated, A memoir, chronicles the self-taught journey of Tara Westover from mormon surveillist home to Harvard and Cambridge. It’s a very inspiring story of the value of reading books and teaching yourself things. There’s much said about this book, but read on if you want to know why I like the book so much.
Vincent Tremeau is a photographer based in Dakar, Senegal. His work focuses on raising awareness around humanistic issues across the globe. His ongoing series of portraits – One Day, I Will, asks displaced girls living in refugee camps a single question: “What do you want to be when you grow up?
You can find the most extra-ordinary things on Amazon. The platform even added the category “weird beauty products” to it’s website. But “weird” really is an understatement… I mean, bacon balm and placenta conditioner?! In this article I show you the work of Evija Laivina, a Scottish-based photographer that studied the beauty products of our time, and started to create an amazing book out of it.
Women seem to care a lot about beauty. It is fascinating to have a look at what is being done to look good. Whoever looks at women’s history must conclude that this has never been different, but how we think about things like beauty and what we do to achieve this has changed quite a bit throughout history.