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Articles Tagged: Open source software

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COLUMN: Letter from the editors

Unlocking the black box

By Diane Golay, July 2020

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COLUMN: INIT

Be a new source

By Irene Soria, Martín Bayo, Gunnar Wolf, July 2020

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SECTION: Features

Bioleft

How can the ideals of the open source movement be applied to living, self-replicating organisms? Bioleft explores how to pursue a fair system for conserving, developing, and trading seeds working with public sector breeders and farmers hand in hand.

By Almendra Cremaschi, Patrick van Zwanenberg, Anabel Marin, Marcela Basch, Vanesa Lowenstein, July 2020

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Libera Tu Radio

Just as corporations manage the media, large companies, such as Google, Amazon, Facebook, Apple, and Microsoft, dominate the internet. How can we liberate the digital territory? With this in mind, Red de Radios Comunitarias y Software Libre was born to offer radio stations a free and secure operating system distribution.

By Clara Elena Robayo Valencia, July 2020

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Gender, diversity, and inclusion in open source communities

Hidden social hierarchies keep the doors of open source closed for some. How do we overcome them?

By Mariana Fossatti, July 2020

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Gender, diversity, and inclusion in open source communities

Hidden social hierarchies keep the doors of open source closed for some. How do we overcome them?

By Mariana Fossatti, July 2020

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Gender and the art of community relations

Aspects of one's personal identity can change the way you experience being part of a community, especially if you are in a minority group. The author reports on her experiences of conducting research with women who participate in the Debian Linux project.

By Lesley Mitchell, December 2017

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Mikel Maron<br /> A life spent digitizing the sense of direction

Convolutional neural networks: an illustration in TensorFlow

DEPARTMENT: Hello world

Convolutional neural networks: an illustration in TensorFlow

By Abhineet Saxena, June 2016

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Panasonic and the OpenDOF project

FEATURE: Features

Panasonic and the OpenDOF project

Is the decision to go open-source always purely altruistic? Not for many large companies, and that is not a bad thing.

By Bryant Eastham, December 2015

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