Day: February 24, 2020

Azure IoT

How Stora Enso IoT Solution is Impacting Carbon Footprint and Sustainability

Check out how Stora Enso makes RFID tags green Enabling automated item level processes and bringing business and environmental benefits to the industries the RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) based solutions are getting their lost interest back step by step. In retail for example apparel industry and retailers are implementing RFID and driving related development. Material […]

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Why use Python for AI and Machine Learning?
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Why use Python for AI and Machine Learning?

Python has been on a relentless ascent to distinction over the last few years and currently is one of the most well-known programming dialects on the planet. Here’s an interesting article on why Python is so popular and what can be done with it. Computer-based intelligence or Artificial Intelligence has made a universe of chances […]

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17 Cool Arduino Project Ideas for DIY Enthusiasts
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17 Cool Arduino Project Ideas for DIY Enthusiasts

Arduino is an open-source electronics platform that combines both open source software and hardware to let people make interactive projects with ease. Arduino-compatible single board computers can be used to make useful and interesting projects. Here are a list of 17 ideas. Read more itsfoss.com

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Github Releases ML Based Good First Issues Recommendations
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Github Releases ML Based Good First Issues Recommendations

Github shipped an updated version of good first issues feature which uses a combination of both a machine learning (ML) model that identifies easy issues, and a hand curated list of issues that have been labeled “easy” by project maintainers. New and seasoned open source contributors can use this feature to find and tackle easy […]

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5 reasons to choose PyTorch for deep learning
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5 Reasons to Choose PyTorch for Deep Learning

PyTorch is definitely hot at the moment, especially with the recent 1.3 and 1.4 releases bringing a host of performance improvements and more developer-friendly support for mobile platforms. Why should one choose to use PyTorch over any of the other frameworks like MXNet, Chainer, or TensorFlow? Here are five reasons that add up to a […]

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Quantum Computing

What Quantum Computing Isn’t

Quantum computing, a subject as confusing as it is intriguing. In this fascinating and entertaining talk, Scott Aaronson elucidates the potential and the limits of quantum computing. In a sober fashion, he gives an overview of the state of research, telling us not only what we could expect from quantum computers in the future, but […]

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Quantum Computing

Scott Aaronson on What Exactly is a Quantum Computer?

Here’s a clip from Lex Fridman’s recent talk with Scott Aaronson about quantum computing. Scott Aaronson is a professor at UT Austin, director of its Quantum Information Center, and previously a professor at MIT. His research interests center around the capabilities and limits of quantum computers and computational complexity theory more generally. The full interview […]

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AI

Michael I. Jordan on Machine Learning, Recommender Systems, and the Future of AI

Lex Fridman interviews Michael Jordan – not that Michael Jordan. Michael I Jordan is a professor at Berkeley, and one of the most influential people in the history of machine learning, statistics, and artificial intelligence. He has been cited over 170,000 times and has mentored many of the world-class researchers defining the field of AI […]

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Quantum Computing Science

Quantum Biology – Enzymes, the Engines of Life

Corporis continues the exploration of “quantum biology” (watch part 1 here) Fascinating stuff.

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Azure

How to use HTTP overrides on Azure CDN from Microsoft

Sohamn Chatterjee joins Scott Hanselman to show how to customize HTTP requests including header override, URL redirects/rewrites, and change caching policies using the rules engine for Azure CDN from Microsoft. You can add combinations of match conditions and actions per rule to do complex HTTP overrides at the CDN edge network, which improves overall performance […]

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