Just because computers can perform calculations quickly doesn’t mean that they are perfect.
What is back propagation, you ask? Well, it’s our old friend gradient descent’s new name when it is applied to neural networks.
If that explanation doesn’t work for you, then check out this video, where Siraj Raval explains back propagation in a way only he can: in song. Best of all, aside from the sick beats, is that the source code from the video is available on GitHub.
In this age of PhotoShop and Instagram filters, detecting a real image from an altered one is getting more difficult.
Naturally, there’s an AI research paper for that. Watch this video by Two Minute Papers to learn more.
Chloe Condon, Developer Evangelist at Sentry.io and creator of Sentry’s scout-themed monthly meetups, and Jessica Deen share their tips for event hosts, presenters, and attendees, based on their experiences on both sides of the table.
Content moderation is the process of monitoring for possible offensive, undesirable, and risque content.
Content Moderator, a Cognitive Services product, combines machine-assisted content moderation APIs and human review tool for images, text, and videos into a complete content moderation solution. In this episode, we will get an overview of Content Moderator and learn about its video moderation capabilities.
In this video, learn about the API and the human review capabilities in Content Moderator.
My former business partner and all around awesome person, Kim Schmidt, is coming out with new book titled, Artificial Intelligence & Analytics on AWS. In this interview with Bright Ideas, she talks about her idea that describes a novel approach to how companies can become more intelligent by using Amazon’s Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Web Services.
3D printing technology has enabled the creation of DIY prosthetics and now throw in some AI for smart artificial limbs, science is at the forefront of many life-enhancing innovations.
Bionic technology has gone from science fiction and is removing physical barriers faced by disabled people.
In this video, Patrick from Guy in a Cube looks at Power BI Row-Level Security And where to filter.
He found that, after applying dynamic security, customers showed up in a slicer when they should not have. Challenge accepted! He walks through Power BI Desktop to show how he fixed his Row-Level Security problem.
Xiaokai He joins Scott Hanselman to discuss Azure SignalR Service. See how easy it is to start building your real-time web application without setting up your own SignalR server.
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Using the example of the Conference Buddy chatbot, discover the key ingredients needed to develop an intelligent chatbot with Microsoft AI – one that helps the attendees at a conference interact with speakers in a unique way.
Sample code: https://aka.ms/conferencebuddy