Machine learning is all around us; it's on our phones, it's powering social networks, it's targeting adverts and making shopping recommendations. But how does it work? Why is it useful?
We may have had our inky noses to the grindstone this year, but even we couldn't fail to notice that 2016 has been both memorable and utterly forgettable in equal measure. So, to commemorate a year of epic scribing, as well as a year of epic weirdness, we decided to combine the two things on a tea-towel.
You've probably already trawled a those distinctly uninspiring gift guides 'for her', 'for him', 'for wine buffs' and 'for keen golfers'. So, perhaps we can be of assistance.
In the unpicking of innovation, we invariably find stories – of solutions for problems, of unusual alliances, of unexpected endings, of happy accidents, of tiny tweaks and seismic shifts, of trials and triumphs on every scale.
Our super-scribe Lauren is a self-confessed typography nerd. She gives us her top give typographers and her favourite examples of their work.
Our scribes, masters of scribing and sketchnoting, know a thing or two about staying creative under pressure. That's basically the job description. But it's not just illustrators-for-hire who can't afford to let pressure get in the way of their best ideas.