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SEP Selected as a Nominee for TechPoint’s Innovation Mira Award

TechPoint has announced the nominees for its 25th annual Mira Awards, highlighting the most innovative companies, universities, and organizations in Indiana’s tech sector. The awards celebrate achievements across various categories, including the Innovation Partner of the Year. Nominees in this…
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DALL-E 2 generated image: Transformer robots playing guitar and drums in a rock band onstage, band poster

Helpful Tools to Make Your First Voice Clone Dataset Easy to Build

Helpful Tools to Make Your First Voice Clone Dataset Easy to Build Voice clones are really, really good now. And there are a bunch of companies that sell them. Do yourself a favor and spend five minutes playing with a voice clone from any of these services. ElevenLabs is not listed in that article but […]
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Person looking at their reflection in a water-filled pothole. Photo by Marc-Olivier Jodoin on Unsplash

How I Used Indianapolis Pothole Data To Navigate My First SEP Hackathon

In March 2022, two senior SEP engineers and I built a Hackathon project together. In brief, the project aimed to give users a report ranking their routes to work based on the number of potholes they would encounter along the way. We had a great time, and were able to reach our goals. The project […]
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Getting Started with NLP and Python

Natural Language Processing (NLP) is a method of computer interaction at the intersection of human language, computer science, and machine learning. It can be thought of as a way of helping computers interpret text and speech as a human would, including understanding the subject, context, or both. This blog post will focus on getting started […]
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Prevent Signal/Slot Memory Leaks in Python

When using Qt in python, any QObject with a connection to at least one of its signals is not eligible for garbage collection. This makes it very easy to have memory leaks when using dynamically created QWidgets. In order to not leak memory, you must disconnect any slots from all signals on the QObject before […]
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