Q-Learning Agents, Part 1

Machine Learning provides us an interesting way to solve special kinds of problems. If you’re just playing around, you may see that creating a good problem to work with can be a lot of work on its own. OpenAI gym has recognized this challenge and provided a great solution. They have created a whole collection […]

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What’s New and Good This October in Entertainment

CORRALLING WHAT’S NEW AND GOOD EACH MONTH IN ENTERTAINMENT NEWS (AND EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN) October is ripe with classic horror movies, scary soundtracks and, of course, Michael Jackson’s Thriller. As a film and recording school, we celebrate this month wholly. From fright nights, movie screenings and horror film releases, we’re here to let you know […]

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Film & Game Releases: Week of October 5

CHECK OUT OUR LIST OF MOVIE AND GAME RELEASES FOR THE WEEK OF October 5, 2018! From Venom to Forza Horizon 4, here is a schedule of the films and games coming out soon! Film Release Schedule A Star is Born Venom Game Release Schedule Astro Bot Rescue Mission (PSVR) – October 2 Forza Horizon […]

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Responsive design no longer requires BootStrap.

The most popular CSS framework  "the Bootstrap project" started by twitter developers is now obsolete. It is time to move to CSS grids and flexbox.  The use of CSS frameworks in design gained momentum when browsers started supporting CSS @media breakpoints which is the anchor of responsive design. Things started changing when you had to […]

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Your Animation Degree Questions Answered!

How to Make the Most of Your Animation Degree As an animation student at The Los Angeles Film School, you have access to industry-experienced instructors and advisors, a hands-on curriculum and classrooms equipped with the same tech professionals use. While every department commits to enhancing the academic experience of its students, the Career Development team […]

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Financing Your Studies in Germany

Despite German universities having zero or very low tuition fees and the cost of living in Germany being very reasonable compared to other countries, two-thirds of international students still choose to work part-time to cover their living expenses. Managing your finances is a very important challenge you need to figure out as an international student. […]

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