Lex Fridman interviews Christof Koch about the nature of consciousness and how it applies to AGI, or artificial general intelligence.
The basic drivers behind Elon Musk’s businesses? Basic economics.
Device Management is complex, especially so for Internet of Things solutions considering the variety and heterogenous nature of IoT devices. Building on top of Device Twins and Device Direct Methods primitives, the new Automatic Device Configuration feature of IoT Hub paves the way toward a simple way to configure IoT devices at scale from the comfort of Azure. Chris Green, PM in the Azure IoT team shows us the new feature recently announced.
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Brendan Burns joins Donovan Brown to discuss how you can quickly and easily build a containerized Node.js app on Linux and deploy it to Azure Kubernetes Service using Visual Studio Code and the Visual Studio Code Kubernetes Extension.
What happens when you combine Windows Mixed Reality and Microsoft Azure?
The one and only Dr. Neil talks about his creations and more.
Here’s an interesting look at how NYC’s famous street grid layout was created and how there’s only one surviving marker left today in Central Park.
Using Microsoft HoloLens, thyssenkrupp‘s24,000+ service technicians will be able to visualize and identify problems with elevators ahead of a job, and have remote, hands-free access to technical and expert information when onsite – all resulting in significant savings in time and stress. (and outages)
In this first anniversary episode of Data Driven, Frank and Andy celebrate one year of podcasting, the origins of “Data Points,” how the show got started, and where it may be headed.
Press the play button below to listen here or visit the show page at DataDriven.tv
And watch this video I created to celebrate the milestone!
Siraj Raval demonstrates how to use TensorFlow to track people’s facial expressions and body positions with a regular webcam.