Bernat is a software developer from Barcelona. He develops for Snap! and MicroBlocks, and is the author of Snap4Arduino and a bunch of other Snap! modifications.
The Snap!shot hit returns! Join us for a face-paced round of some awesome things Snap! users have built. No slides allowed here, just neat projects from the community.
This session will feature:
Yuan Garcia, Dan Garcia
This is a show-your-project submission, we won't need any more than 3 minutes. We made a dashed-line function that lets you change the line pattern to any kind of dashed line (solid1, space1, solid2, space2, etc). We think of this as an extensi...
This implements a conversation with GPT-3 or Jurassic 1. It adds a prompt to keep the conversation friendly and adds the recent conversation (or a designed one if the conversation is new). You can use any of the 4 GPT-3 models or either of the ...
I'll demo how to use Snap! 8 features to get an overview of the blocks used in student projects.
An interactive project for training a generator and discriminator interactively (using a simple "circle classifier" rather than a full-blown neural network).
This is a simple game where the user is trying to find the minimum of an unknown function. This is a prerequisite to some of the ML work used to develop intuition about gradient descent before learning about it explicitly.
This project starts as a Parson's problem for implementing the DT-building algorithm. Then we visualize the tree learned from a synthetic Twitter dataset and a real-world phishing dataset.
audio-Steganography experiments by jadga
- 1 h
- Snap!Con 2022