Day: February 7, 2020

Data Science Python

11 Hours Full Data Science with Python Beginners Course

Great Learning has posted this 11 hour full course on Data Science with Python for Beginners course. Index: Statistics vs Machine Learning – 2:15 Types of Statistics – 8:55 Types of Data – 1:50:35 Correlation – 2:45:50 Covariance – 2:52:23 Basics of Python – 4:24:36 Python Data Structures – 4:43:58 Flow Control Statements in Python […]

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U of T launches FinTech boot camp
FinTech

University of Toronto Launches FinTech boot camp

FinTech is gaining more and more traction as a recognized industry. The University of Toronto has launched a FinTech boot camp and applications are open. The course, which is 24 weeks long and is composed of two night classes during the week and one class on the weekends. “We felt this was another opportunity for […]

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How to use OpenCV’s “dnn” module with NVIDIA GPUs, CUDA, and cuDNN
Computer Vision TensorFlow

Tutorial on OpenCV’s “dnn” module with NVIDIA GPUs, CUDA, and cuDNN

In this tutorial, learn how to use OpenCV’s “Deep Neural Network” (DNN) module with NVIDIA GPUs and cuDNN for 211-1549% faster inference.  Yes, you read that right. Follow the tutorial at www.pyimagesearch.com

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Azure Containers

Intro to Rudr

Curious to see the Open Application Model (OAM) in action? Look no further than Rudr – the Kubernetes reference implementation of OAM. In this episode of Azure Fridays, Mackenzie Olson and Sudhanva Huruli join Donovan Brown to demo how Rudr provides clear separation of concerns for DevOps practices for application developers, application operators, and infrastructure […]

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Data Science Python

Scalable Machine Learning with Dask

Here’s an interesting talk on Dask from AnacondaCon 2018. Tom Augspurger. Scikit-Learn, NumPy, and pandas form a great toolkit for single-machine, in- memory analytics. Scaling them to larger datasets can be difficult, as you have to adjust your workflow to use chunking or incremental learners. Dask provides NumPy- and pandas-like data containers for manipulating larger […]

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OpenAI fires up on PyTorch
AI TensorFlow

OpenAI fires up on PyTorch

This may be old news by now, but here’s an interesting write up on OpenAI’s decision to standardize development on PyTorch. OpenAI has opted to standardise its development on PyTorch, saying the move should make it easier for its developers “to create and share optimised implementations of our models”. The AI non-profit turned profit making […]

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AI Interesting Video Production

How Netflix’s ‘Klaus’ Made 2D Animation Look 3D

“Klaus,” Netflix’s first animated film, is an origin story of Santa Claus and uses an innovative technique to make 2D animation appear 3D.

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Data Driven

Catching up with Marck Vaisman

In this DataPoint, I talk with Marck Vaisman, fellow Cloud Solution Architect from DC, about data, the R community in DC, and that “aha moment.” Press the play button below to listen here or visit the show page at DataDriven.tv.

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Interesting Microsoft

How to Create Barcodes in Excel

Leila Gharani shows us how to create UPC-A barcodes in Excel. The solution is a good mix of Excel formulas such as the MOD function, Excel Text functions like LEFT, RIGHT & MID functions as well as Conditional formatting and some Excel VBA.

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