This week Noelle Silver talks about how travel and hospitality companies can is Applied Ai to take advantage of the coming wave of post-pandemic bump in tourism and travel.
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Here’s an interesting documentary (“Canada – The Rise of AI”, Ep. 11) on the “Canadian Silicon Valley.”
Silicon Valley may be home to some of the biggest tech giants in the world but it’s being challenged like never before. Crazy tech geniuses have popped up all over the planet making things that will blow your mind. Author and journalist Ashlee Vance is on a quest to find the most innovative tech creations and meet the beautiful freaks behind them. Bloomberg Businessweek presents an exclusive premiere of the latest episode of Hello World, the tech-travel show hosted by journalist and best-selling author Ashlee Vance and watched by millions of people around the globe.
SparkFun Electronics highlights the RP2040 for use in machine learning projects.
The RP2040 is supported with both C/C++ and MicroPython cross-platform development environments, including easy access to runtime debugging. It has UF2 boot and floating-point routines baked into the chip. The built-in USB can act as both device and host. It has two symmetric cores and high internal bandwidth, making it useful for signal processing and video. While the chip has a large amount of internal RAM, the board includes an additional 16MB external QSPI flash chip to store program code.
The Economist explores how artificial intelligence is helping humans make new kinds of art. It is more likely to emerge as a collaborator than a competitor for those working in creative industries.
Two Minute Papers looks at the paper “Playing hard exploration games by watching YouTube.”
Jupyter notebook is now one of the most popular tools for data scientists, even though it is fairly difficult to work with it in a team setting.
In this talk, explore how notebooks work under the hood and how we can build collaboration features to enable real-time editing.
Two Minute Papers explores the paper “Training Generative Adversarial Networks with Limited Data.”
In 2020 the UK confirmed details of the country’s first commercial quantum computer. This is being build in Abingdon, near Oxford, and once complete will be made available to companies who want to explore the potential of quantum computing on their businesses.
In this video, Alexei Kondratyev talked through some of the aspirations in the Financial Services space, and in particular the potential applications of Quantum Machine Learning.