Predicting stock prices using recurrent neural networks (LSTM)

Just two days ago, I found an interesting project on GitHub. I was reminded about a paper I was reviewing for one journal some time ago, regarding stock price prediction using recurrent neural networks that proved to be quite good. I searched the web for recurrent neural networks for stock prediction and found the following […]


Submitted PhD thesis

As a title says, it is finally done, my PhD thesis is submitted. It was submitted on 18th December 2017. However, as overwhelmed with feelings as I feel, I wish to tell a short story how I felt in the last week before submission, during the submission and a few days after the submission. The […]


The art of trolling and its connection to innovation

Recently I watched the following talk from DefCon named “The art of trolling”, which reminded me of my earlier days and stuff I did: Also, interestingly enough, I was on an event where we had a number of speakers (academics and policy makers) talking about innovation policy, innovation management and similar. However, from all these […]


Moment when my idea became a web standard

This is the story how one schema I worked on as a side project suddenly found its place in W3C recommendation. In November 2015, I went with my supervisor to Japan. In small cities of Mishima and Ito, about 1 hour train ride from Tokyo was held Biomedical Linked Annotation Hackathon (BLAH2) to which my supervisor […]


SchumaNN: Recurrent neural networks composing music

With 2 friends of mine (Team was: Maksim Belousov, Mike Phuycharoen, Nikola Milosevic (myself)) on 12th and 13th November I participated at the GreatUniHack that was held in John Dalton building of Manchester Metropolitan University. We were implementing idea of machine learning-based music composer, for which we later came with name SchumaNN. For some time […]


Impressions about Quantopian

Usually I don’t write about services I use, but one came into my way that I like – Quantopian. For a while I am interested in financial side of computer science, quantitative analysis, machine learning applications to predicting a stock market, etc. However, I was not really able to get grasp of these fields. I […]

OWASP Seraphimdroid

Educational framework added to OWASP Seraphimdroid

OWASP Seraphimdroid is back after Google Summer of Code with a new version, this time, it will be 2.5 and some exciting changes, we thought that may help users protect their security and privacy. I would like to briefly write about our new features. The app is available on old good place: Google play (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.owasp.seraphimdroid) What […]


Letter to the Earth from distant space

Recent events shocked the World. However, I don’t really want to talk about high casualties in Nice or Turkey in recent two days, event thought this post was motivated by these events. We live in a world that is shaking unstable. There are terrorist attacks almost on monthly bases, many Middle East and African countries […]


Story behind Declaration of the Rights of the Child

I would like to share a story behind the Declaration of the Rights of the Child. Since it is a story about conflict and international blockade, which I have also experienced, I will try to explain what happens in these situations from my experience as a child in a country under the blockade. I would […]


FinAnalizer – Tool for financial analysis of stocks

For a while I was playing with financial data and financial data mining. I have already written about it in a separate post. Now, I decided to try to make my research so far accessible a bit more, so people can use it. Basically, what I previously did is that I used a bunch of […]