Day: October 31, 2022

AI Data Driven Generative AI Podcasts

Iain Thomas on What Makes Us Human? Democratizing Creativity with AI

In this fascinating discussion, I sit down with author, poet, and AI enthusiast about the nature of creativity, particularly in light of recent innovations in so called “generative AI.” The episode ends with a powerful reading from his most recent book “What Makes Us Human,” in which an Artificial Intelligence answers some of life’s biggest questions. […]

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Developer Power Apps

How to Enable Real Time Notifications in Power Apps with Signal R, Azure Functions and PCF

In this episode, Julia will show us how to add real time notifications to Power Apps using Signal R, Azure Functions and a PCF control.

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How to Learn Math With Zero Knowledge

This video shows you how to learn math with no previous background. The book covers the very basics of algebra as well as some statistics and probability theory. It is called Everything You Need to Ace Pre-Algebra and Algebra I in One Big Fat Notebook.

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LunchBytes – Panel Recap of Microsoft Ignite

Here’s a great recap of the recent Microsoft Ignite conference.

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Generative AI

Google’s New AI: DALL-E, But Now In 3D! 🤯

Two Minute Papers explores the paper “DreamFusion: Text-to-3D using 2D Diffusion” in the following video.

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RTX4090 is a Password Cracking BEAST

Looks like GPUs are useful for more than just AI training and gaming. Check out this latest round up of cyber security news from Hak5.

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Interesting Windows

10 Free Software You Probably Didn’t Know Existed! 2022

In this video, take a look at the 10 lesser-known free programs that just might be useful for you. Some of which were recommended by viewers in the comments in prior videos. All are available for Windows, with some available for macOS and Linux as well.

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Microsoft Virtual Reality

Today’s Modern Workplace Using Intelligent Video

Join Neil Fluester, Crestron’s Microsoft Alliance Technology Director, for an engaging look into how meeting room experiences have changed over the last couple of years, and how intelligent video is a cornerstone for today’s modern work requirements.

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Pop!_OS is switching to yearly releases. Here’s why that’s fine.

System76 has announced they’re going to skip the 22.10 release of Pop!_OS. This is not the end of the world, and I’m planning on sticking with them on my main work machine. In today’s action-packed episode of Veronica Explains, I discuss why I think Pop!_OS is making the right decision, and go into a bit […]

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