Day: January 23, 2018

AI on Azure

H2O’s AI platform is an open source machine learning that works with Spark 2.0+, sparklyr, and PySpark. H2O Sparkling Water allows users to combine the fast, scalable machine learning algorithms of H2O with the capabilities of Spark.In this video we will learn on how you can install on Azure HDInsight to build a big […]

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How a TV Works in Slow Motion

Here’s an interesting look at how TVs actually work. Special shout out to the old school CRT Televisions.

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AI Cryptocurrency

SirajCoin Explained

Siraj Raval has a unique and innovative idea on how to finance his “School of AI.”

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Power BI User Lookup via Gateway Using Active Directory

In this video, Adam from Guy in a Cube looks at how you can use Active Directory custom attributes for the user lookup with the Power BI Gateway. This can be used for both Analysis Services mapping and the Kerberos SSO with DirectQuery connections.

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AI Robotics

Autonomous Robot That Models Your Home Interior

Two Minute Papers examines the paper “Autonomous Reconstruction of Unknown Indoor Scenes Guided by Time-varying Tensor Fields” and it’s impressive.

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The Most Advanced Banknotes in the World

While the world obsesses over new forms of currency, old school currencies are upping their banknote game – mostly to thwart counterfeiters. Based on this video, Australia is in the lead.

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