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Getting Started with PowerShell 3.0

Have you ever wanted to get started with PowerShell, but never knew where to start? This video provides an overview on the purpose of PowerShell. How to install it, manage it and customize it.

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Deep Learning for Time Series Made Easy

In this presentation from PyData Amsterdam, Dafne van Kuppevelt explores how to make  deep learning easier for time-series data with mcfly, an open source python library, to help machine learning novices explore the value of deep learning for time series data.

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Machine Learning APIs by Example

Did you ever wonder how you could make use of Google’s machine learning expertise when it comes to powering and improving your business applications? Do you get stuck on building and training your own custom model? Google Cloud Platform (GCP) offers five APIs: Google Cloud Vision API, Cloud Speech API,...

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Jupyter Notebook Tutorial

If you do any amount of data science, you will inevitably encounter Jupyter Notebook.  Jupyter Notebook is an interesting twist to the development environment paradigm.  At first, I didn’t like it much, but after using it for a few classes, I really came to love the new paradigm where notes,...

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How to Generate Images with Deep Learning

Siraj Raval has a new video out on how to build a variational autoencoder.  It will be capable of generating novel images after being trained on a collection of images. Using handwritten digit images as training data, he’ll both generate new digits and plot out the learned embeddings. He also...

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Ethical Machine Learning

In this talk by Katharine Jarmul, explore the ethical concerns surrounding machine learning models that may or may not include external biases. With more and more of our lives being influenced (or flat out controlled) by algorithms, what can we do to make sure that the decisions made on our...

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What is Anaconda and How to Install It on Windows.

CodeBasics has a great video on Anaconda and how to install it onto your Windows machines. If you’ve not heard of Anaconda, it’s an open source distribution of the Python and R programming languages for large-scale data processing, predictive analytics, and data science, that simplifies package management and deployment. Yes,...