Day: June 9, 2019

Deep Learning Python

PyTorch 1.0: Now and in the Future

Adam Paszke speaks at PyData Warsaw 2018 about PyTorch, one of the main tools used for machine learning research. It’s been developed in beta mode for over 2 years, but this October, a release candidate for 1.0 version has been finally released. In this talk, Adam briefly introduces the library, and then move on to […]

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Interesting

A Tech-Free School Where Tech Executives Send Their Kids

CNBC has a look at the Waldorf School where technology is not ever present in the classroom – an idea which runs counter to the prevailing philosophy that more tech equates to better education. The Waldorf teaching philosophy is used at more than 1,000 institutions in 91 countries, including 136 schools in the U.S. Technology […]

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The Capabilities of Tensor Virtual Machine, an Open Deep Learning Compiler Stack
AI TensorFlow

The Capabilities of Tensor Virtual Machine, an Open Deep Learning Compiler Stack

Here’s an interesting idea: an open deep learning compiler stack to compile various deep learning models from different frameworks to the CPU, GPU or specialised accelerators. It’s called the Tensor Virtual Machine or TVM for short. TVM supports model compilation from a wide range of frontends like TensorFlow, Onnx, Keras, Mxnet, Darknet, CoreML and Caffe2. […]

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Funny

John Hughes Game Of Thrones Ending

There are a lot of people unhappy with the Game of Thrones finale and if the AI generated version didn’t do it for you, here’s one inspired by the ending any number of John Hughes movies.

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AI Generative AI

Game of Thrones Finale Rewritten with AI

College Humor claims to have an AI written script for the Game of Thrones finale. It’s funny to watch and reads like it was written by a bot. However, without a link to any documentation or source code, we will have to take it on faith that it’s a product of AI or random typing […]

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Hardware IoT Maker

Orange Pi Review

The Orange Pi 3 is a single board computer with four USB 3.0 ports, a quad core A53 CPU, and a PCIe 2.0 slot. Here’s a review of the Orange Pi 3, including demos of Android and Ubuntu operating systems by Explaining Computers.

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AI Developer Javasscript Machine Learning

Practical Machine Learning for Front End Developers

Machine learning is no longer just for data science whiz kids. Now, front end developers need to have a basic handle on this technology. Here’s a great talk by Charlie Gerard on “Practical Machine Learning for Front End Developers.” From the abstract: Machine learning can have some pretty complicated concepts to grasp if you’re not […]

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Databricks wants one tool to rule all AI systems – coincidentally, its own MLflow tool
AI Big Data Databricks

Databricks Wants One Tool to Rule All AI Systems: MLflow

MLflow enables data scientists to track and distribute experiments, package and share models across frameworks, and deploy them – no matter if the target environment is a personal laptop or a cloud data center. Here’s an interesting take from the Register. MLflow was designed to take some of the pain out of machine learning in […]

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The code that powers our lives has a hidden environmental toll
AI Ethics

Does AI Hide an Environmental Toll?

AI is the wonder of our age and the hottest tech of the 2010s, but does it hurt the environment? For Emma Strubell, the lead author behind the paper, the most shocking discovery of the research was when she analyzed one of the recent models she designed as part of her PhD work at University […]

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Kubernetes Tutorials For Beginners: Getting Started Guide
AI Kubernetes

Kubernetes Tutorials For Beginners: Getting Started Guide

We are quickly getting to the point that any AI engineer worth their salt needs to have a good grip on the fundamentals of kubernetes.  It’s not just for the DevOps crowd anymore. Official kubernetes (k8s) website says, Kubernetes is an open-source system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications. It groups containers […]

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