Day: January 28, 2020

Pleora Deploys Artificial Intelligence for Quality Inspection
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Pleora Deploys Artificial Intelligence for Quality Inspection

Every once in a while, I get asked “I get why analytics is so important to the enterprise, but what can you really do with computer vision?” Here’s a great example of a company using computer vision for quality control. Pleora Technologies introduced what they deem the vision industry’s first artificial intelligence (AI) platform that […]

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Data science: Which technologies are hot (and which are not)?
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Which Data Science Technologies are Hot

While the demand for data science skills continues to rise, the specific skillsets around that demand has remained fairly consistent, according to a Jeff Hale analysis. TL;DR: You can’t go wrong by learning Python. Given how fast technologies in the data science space seem to rise and fall (remember Hadoop?), even over the course of […]

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Raspberry Pi Face Detection Used to Turn on the Lights
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Raspberry Pi Face Detection Used to Turn on the Lights

Although the title of the article is somewhat misleading (actual face detection is done on a Mac), I think there’s sufficient computing power on a Raspberry PI 3 or 4 to make this entirely done on a SBC. Still, the article is worth a read. Face detection is one of the most useful computer vision […]

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Machine Learning System Uses Images To Teach Itself Morse Code
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Machine Learning System Uses Images To Teach Itself Morse Code

Here’s an interesting machine learning project that taught itself Morse Code using images. Using a few lines of Python, he converts short, known snippets of Morse to a grayscale image that looks a little like a barcode, with the light areas being the dits and dahs and the dark bars being silence. The first training […]

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Top 7 Machine Learning Frameworks for 2020
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Top 7 Machine Learning Frameworks for 2020

Machine Learning is never easy, but a number of frameworks have popped up over the years to make it easier. Opendatascience.com has a compiled a list of the top 7 machine learning frameworks for 2020.    

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AI Natural Language Processing

Bot Framework Composer

The Bot Framework Composer is an integrated development tool for developers and multi-disciplinary teams to build bots and conversational experiences with the Microsoft Bot Framework. In this episode of AI show, Seth Juarez is joined by Vishwac Sena Kannan, Program Manager for Bot Framework to introduce and demo Bot Framework Composer. Visit https://aka.ms/BotFrameworkComp to get […]

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Robotics

Scientists Create the FIRST Living Robot

ColdFusion highlights a recent advancement in bio-engineering which created something entirely new. More information: Research Paper: https://www.pnas.org/content/early/2020/01/07/1910837117 GitHub Link: https://github.com/skriegman/reconfigurable_organisms

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Azure Data IoT

uStream – Handling big amounts of data on MCUs

Have you ever tried to transfer 1M of data when your IoT device has only 2K of RAM? If so, then this IoT show is for you! (aka.ms/iotshow/ulib) Marcos Perez Mokarzel and Dane Walton, Software Developers on the Azure Device SDK team, appear in this episode to talk about the uStream library, written in the […]

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4 High-Potential Sectors for AI and ML Startup Success
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4 High-Potential Sectors for AI and ML Startup Success

Today, the explosion of innovation in AI and ML technology has created an almost insatiable market. No matter the industry, there’s a good chance that there are companies in  investing in AI and ML technology in that space. Here’s an interesting look at four sectors with high potential for startups to succeed in this 21st […]

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