Day: July 8, 2019

Computer Vision TensorFlow

Faster R-CNN Object Detection implemented in Keras

Here’s a great article on R-CNN, object detection, and the ins and outs of computer vision. After exploring CNN for a while, I decided to try another crucial area in Computer Vision, object detection. There are several methods popular in this area, including Faster R-CNN, RetinaNet, YOLOv3, SSD and etc. I tried Faster R-CNN in […]

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Developing Deep Learning Analytics for Health Care
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Developing Deep Learning Analytics for Health Care

The University of California, San Francisco is developing and training an AI model that could help diagnose tears in knee cartilage, or the meniscus.  A meniscus tear can lead to long-term health challenges  and lifestyle changes, ranging from debilitation to limits on activity. One of the keys to mitigating the consequences of meniscus tears is […]

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IoT Raspberry Pi

Raspberry Pi 4B vs Jetson Nano

ExplainingComputers does a head to head comparison of the Raspberry Pi 4 and the NVIDIA Jetson Nano, also including benchmarks of the Raspberry Pi 3B and Raspberry Pi 3B+. This video covers hardware specifications, Octane browser benchmark, USB and micro SD card speed tests, YouTube and local video playback, and Kdenlive performance and render test.

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5 Alternatives To Google Colab For Data Scientists
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5 Alternatives To Google Colab For Data Scientists

Google Colaboratory (Colab) is a cloud service that can be used for free of cost. It supports a free GPU and is based on Google’s Jupyter Notebooks environment. If you’re looking for alternatives, then you’re in luck.  While I am partial to Azure Notebooks, especially when paired with a Data Science Virtual Machine, I appreciate […]

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The Turing Pi Clusterboard Runs Seven Raspberry Pis at Once
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Turing Pi Clusterboard Runs 7 Raspberry Pis at Once

Imagine a Raspberry Pi cluster computing kit for $128. Well, imagine no more. Just think of what AI-infused IoT geeky things that could be built with this. Raspberry Pi computers have been quite the revolution for makers, encouraging experimentation and creativity thanks to their low cost and compact size. And while the tiny computers are […]

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Microsoft Partners NASA to Get Kids Interested in Space
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Microsoft Partners with NASA to Get Kids Interested in Space

Here’s a great idea for powering the next generation of innovators on this planet and a few others. Microsoft’s education arm and NASA have come together to create online lessons to get school students interested about space. The eight online lesson plans range from titles such as Designing Astro Socks to protect astronauts’ feet in […]

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AI Science

Moravec’s Paradox

While AI has made enormous strides in recent years, there’s quite a bit of “simple things” that animals can do that AI has serious challenges doing. Why is that?

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AI Future

BBC Click on The Future of Television

To celebrate their 1,000th episode, Click has created a special show that gives you complete control over what you watch.

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Deep Learning TensorFlow

Visualize Deep Learning Metrics with TensorBoard & PyTorch

In this video, deeplizard explores how to use TensorBoard to visualize metrics of our PyTorch CNN during training process.

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Blockchain

How to Build a Bitcoin Startup

With BitCoin prices on the rise again, the hype machine has turned its focus back onto the technology. In a few days, expect the rally to retreat again and pundits to say something along the lines of “Blockchain has no practical use.” They are, of course, wrong and Siraj Raval explains (and demontrates!) why in […]

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