I’ve blogged about the technology behind Deep Fakes before, but here’s a look at the technology from BBC Click.
As DSLRs, digital cameras, and even camera phones get even higher resolutions, one question comes to mind: beyond a certain resolution does it matter?
Anima Anandkumar discusses distributed deep learning with MXNet.
Siraj Raval takes a look at how Amazon’s MXNet Deep Learning framework stacks up to other deep learning frameworks.
It’s got an imperative programming API and it does well with distributed training.
Kirill Gavrylyuk and Scott Hanselman talk about native support for Apache Cassandra API in Azure Cosmos DB with wire protocol level compatibility.
This support ensures you can continue using your existing application and OSS tools with no code changes and gives you the flexibility to run your Cassandra apps fully managed with no vendor lock-in.
Here’s a fun little video explaining logistic regression.
In case you didn’t already know, the end credits theme from the first Portal game is called “Still Alive.” It’s the story of the game from the point of view of the game’s antagonist, a sentient AI with ill intentions.
Now, imagine an orchestral arrangement of that song.
Rapidly, science fiction is becoming science fact.
The first person to live with a mind-controlled robotic arm is Johnny Matheny—a man who lost his original arm to cancer.