HyperLogLog: Randomized Algorithm approach for Counting Distinct Items


Computer Science


HyperLogLog is a randomized algorithm that many companies use for estimating the number of unique items in a list or even for dynamically entered input. Unlike other solutions, it is scalable and fast. Read more.

- Ojas Srivastava, 01:28 AM, 19 Jul, 2023

Understanding the Transformer Architecture (Part 1)


Artificial Intelligence


The Transformer architecture, which Google researchers introduced, is the primary framework behind major AI tools today, like GPT, LLaMA, PaLM, etc. This article focuses on the same. Read more.

- Ojas Srivastava, 04:44 PM, 14 May, 2023

Online Hide-and-Seek: Hiding Your Influence Online


Influence Analysis

Data Science

How can influence analysis be used to track terrorists by security agencies or activists by governments, and how do these groups of people or individuals hide in the online game of hide and seek? Read more.

- Ojas Srivastava, 05:23 PM, 12 May, 2023

How Liar's Paradox inspired Gödel to prove Mathematics Incomplete




Paradoxes might act as a good Brain Teaser to think about in your free time. But mathematician Kurt Godel got inspired by them to question the foundations of Mathematics in 1931 by publishing his Theorems of Incompleteness. Read more.

- Ojas Srivastava, 08:17 PM, 05 Feb, 2023