# Posts by Tags

## On the ‘invention’ of randomness

15 December 2019, 10 minute read

Recently in AMLAB we started a Jaynes reading group. E T Jaynes’ posthumous book and general all-round cult classic Probability Theory: The Logic of Science is the focus of our study. After having lectured a Bayesian statistics course for the last two years…

## Dual numbers

09 August 2021, 8 minute read

I found writing this next post is a real treat. It’s about dual numbers. Dual numbers are a bit strange, to say the least, and at first they seem like an abstract mathematical fancy, but as you will see they have quite a useful purpose in the realm of automatic differentiation.

## Dual numbers

09 August 2021, 8 minute read

I found writing this next post is a real treat. It’s about dual numbers. Dual numbers are a bit strange, to say the least, and at first they seem like an abstract mathematical fancy, but as you will see they have quite a useful purpose in the realm of automatic differentiation.

## On the ‘invention’ of randomness

15 December 2019, 10 minute read

Recently in AMLAB we started a Jaynes reading group. E T Jaynes’ posthumous book and general all-round cult classic Probability Theory: The Logic of Science is the focus of our study. After having lectured a Bayesian statistics course for the last two years…

## Dual numbers

09 August 2021, 8 minute read

I found writing this next post is a real treat. It’s about dual numbers. Dual numbers are a bit strange, to say the least, and at first they seem like an abstract mathematical fancy, but as you will see they have quite a useful purpose in the realm of automatic differentiation.

## Dual numbers

09 August 2021, 8 minute read

I found writing this next post is a real treat. It’s about dual numbers. Dual numbers are a bit strange, to say the least, and at first they seem like an abstract mathematical fancy, but as you will see they have quite a useful purpose in the realm of automatic differentiation.

## Reversible optimisers

20 December 2020, 6 minute read

Reversible neural architectures have been a popular research area in the last few years, but reversibility is also built into many modern day neural optimisers, perhaps serendipitously.

## On the ‘invention’ of randomness

15 December 2019, 10 minute read

Recently in AMLAB we started a Jaynes reading group. E T Jaynes’ posthumous book and general all-round cult classic Probability Theory: The Logic of Science is the focus of our study. After having lectured a Bayesian statistics course for the last two years…

## On the ‘invention’ of randomness

15 December 2019, 10 minute read

Recently in AMLAB we started a Jaynes reading group. E T Jaynes’ posthumous book and general all-round cult classic Probability Theory: The Logic of Science is the focus of our study. After having lectured a Bayesian statistics course for the last two years…

## Reversible optimisers

20 December 2020, 6 minute read

Reversible neural architectures have been a popular research area in the last few years, but reversibility is also built into many modern day neural optimisers, perhaps serendipitously.