Some of our Data+ projects don’t end at after summer—the students keep the work alive out of a passion for the subject they worked on.
In Quanta Magazine, iiD's Ingrid Daubechies writes that machine learning works spectacularly well, but mathematicians aren’t quite sure why.
iiD's Martin Brooke has teamed with Tommy DeFrantz from the Department of African and African American Studies and Tyler Walters—a former lead dancer of the Joffrey Ballet who teaches in the Dance program at Duke—for a grant from the Center for Instructional Technology. Together they taught an engineering class called Performance and Technology.
Martin Brooke talks about his work the theoretical and historical implications of using technology in performance and how data-intensive live processing be used to create live art works that transform our awareness of the space around us.