In the last month 123ai.de as seen dramatic changes. First of all, it did not exist a month ago. However, since it’s existence, the blog has come quite far: starting from a very coarse idea in my mind to a fully functioning website with all the bells and whistles you’d expect from a modern blog and service. Now is the time to stand up and whisper: Hello world!

That there is no misunderstanding here, I know that quite important stuff is still missing. The two most important being: the content and the reader. So, let us start to figure out the former and, hopefully, the latter will follow. What you can expect in the next few weeks is a firework of all kinds of content: comment-style articles, interviews, in-depth technical analysis, interactive notebooks, reviews, you name it. From here, we will figure out, what works best. The topics vary between pure AI from coarse to fine and stuff related to entrepreneurship. I also like to point out that I live in Berlin, Germany which might be interesting due to the differences in mindset, lifestyle, and bureaucracy here in Europe when compared to the US.

In the last two days, I made some serious progress on the interactive part of the content. I always stress that you can find interactive content here on this site which lets you play around with the concepts and methods that will come in the next few days. However, up until now, it was not quite clear how to deliver this. Well, let me show you this…

As you can see, this is a fully functioning streamlit app that runs on a remote virtual server. For those of you interested in the nitty-gritty details, I talk about it in another blog post and also the reasons why some of the more computational demanding apps will be behind a paywall (ie. a high-performance server cost quite some money).

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