This video demonstrates how to use the CNTK libraries to build out a simple image classifier using a neural network.
Here’s an interesting interview with Josh Dillon, who works on Tensorflow.
In this video, he discusses working on the Distribution API, which is based on probabilistic programming. Watch this video to find out what exactly probabilistic programming is, where the use of Distributions and Bijectors comes into play, & how you can get started. Subscribe to our channel to stay up to date with Google Developers.
Adam from Guy in a Cube rounds up the latest happenings in the Power BI world, including GDPR.
Links mentioned in the video:
- Useful Data Sources for Demos, Learning and Examples (@jenstirrup) https://jenstirrup.com/2018/04/09/use…
- Why is Vertipaq so fast? Part 3: Segment Elimination (@CurbalEN) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A67ts…
- Power BI GDPR Whitepaper https://servicetrust.microsoft.com/Vi…
- Editing Q&A linguistic schemas https://powerbi.microsoft.com/en-us/b…
- Power BI Service and Mobile March Feature Summary https://powerbi.microsoft.com/en-us/b…
- Power BI Desktop April Feature Summary https://powerbi.microsoft.com/en-us/b…
Aravind Krishna stops by to chat with Scott Hanselman and take a look at common design patterns for building highly scalable solutions with Azure Cosmos DB.
The get into modeling data and how to choose an appropriate partition key. Then they look at a few patterns like event sourcing, time series data, and patterns for addressing bottlenecks/hot spots for reads, writes, and storage.
There has been a lot of talk lately about .NET Standard, both in the community and on Channel 9. But there is also still confusion about it.
In this episode of Visual Studio Toolbox, Kathleen Dollard clears up some of this confusion. She and Robert chat about why .NET Standard was created, as well as how and when you should take advantage of it.
Resources mentioned in the video:
- .NET Standard Version Table
- Immo Landwerth video on YouTube
- .NET Portability Analyzer
- .NET Compatibility Analyzer
5G, the next generation of wireless technology, is coming and will enable self-driving cars, smart cities and more.
Now that the Falcon Heavy has flown.
In this episode of .NET Rocks, Carl and Richard geek out!
Richard talks to Carl about the amazing Falcon Heavy launch – what worked, what didn’t and why did it take so darn long to fly? The discussion dives into how the plans for the Heavy evolved, affected by the evolution of the Falcon 9. The impact of the launch is interesting – is it a new phase of spaceflight for humanity? The Heavy just barely sneaks into the super heavy lift class, and it’s flight has caused a bit of a kerfuffle – both Russia and China have announced new super heavy lift rockets.
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Brandon Rohrer explains autocorrelation and partial autocorrelation, complete with pictures and Python code.
All neural networks use activation functions, but the reasons behind using them are never clear!
In this video, the great Siraj Raval discusses what activation functions are, when they should be used, and what the difference between them is.
I’ve hinted at this on the Data Driven podcast a couple of times, but this week, it’s official: I’m back at Microsoft. This time as a Big Data and Artificial Intelligence Technical Sales Professional.
What does that mean, exactly?
I help companies achieve more by getting the most out of their data with analytics and AI.
Needless to say, I am super-excited to carry a blue badge again.