Monthly Archives: March 2012

Machine Learning with Large Networks of People and Places

I recently gave a talk at foursquare HQ for the New York Machine Learning Meetup. Here’s the abstract, with the slides below. Hope you enjoy! Foursquare is now aware of over 1.5 billion check-ins from 15 million people at 30 … Continue reading

A Hackday Project: What neighborhood is the ‘East Village’ of San Francisco?

Have you ever wondered what’s the equivalent of your neighborhood in another city? How you’d find the Times Square of Tokyo? The Beverly Hills of Dallas? Or the East Village of San Francisco? For a hackday project this January, we … Continue reading