Artificial Intelligence (AI) is one of the most booming topics in every industry. Based on the demand, Artificial Intelligence Courses are offered by a number of massive open online courses (MOOCs) providers like Udemy, Coursera, and edX.
Mirko Sciacheroso, it's another tool in the toolbox :) As you know Python you have to know how to create a model for a neural network and when use it.
Bastian GeneugelijkVery interesting blogpost by Karpathy. He is basically explaining how software, as well as the reality around us, will evolve over time to reshape softwareSee more as well as the reality we live in. The so-called Software 1.0 (explicit programming) we have been mostly using as far as now is complementary to Software 2.0 (implicit programming - or learning from data) and comes with a bunch of advantages, such as reduced software complexity, easy integration to small-smart connected devices (since a forward pass is computationally really cheap), which will also allow us to apply AI in small and smart connected devices all around us and more.
In real life, in the natural course of conversation, it is not uncommon to talk about a person you may know. You meet someone and say, “I’m from Sarasota,” and they say, “Oh, I have a grandparent in Sarasota,” and they tell you where
Chris MessinaGoogle has the same or similar data. It was always a challenge to figure out how to display data that you provided about someone (on their Google+ profileSee more) versus what they had contributed. We tried to make this clear by splitting it out but people found it hard to understand in practice.
Timo SalorantaEye opening article! It hasn't been well communicated or understood that Facebook combines the data you have told about yourself to what other peopleSee more have leaked about you from their address books. The fact that Facebook keeps all the address book entries uploaded forever has some very surprising, unwanted consequences; it can reveal connections between people without their consent.
Swirlds is a software platform that has developed the hashgraph consensus algorithm: an entirely new distributed ledger technology that is much more cost-effective (no proof-of-work), 50,000 times the speed, safer (Byzantine), more efficient (no stale
Kalyan ChakravarthiThis looks more efficient.. somehow I was not convinced on the huge energy spend on computing block of a block chain. Makes no sense, while we can do See moremore efficient operations in centralised systems. If hashgraph can address these in efficiencies of block chain, while retaining all the benefits, that is something to lookout for!!
Daniel EichtenWell not very well researched. Again someone is mistakingly equalizing blockchain and bitcoin/ethereum. Yes the later two work by proof of work but that doesn't mean that other blockchain technologies need it.
We all know, I think, that there are now far more smartphones than PCs, and we all know that there are far more people online now than there used to be, and we also, I think, mostly know that big tech…