Day: July 9, 2020

Big Data Databricks

Delta Lake from a Data Engineer’s Perspective

In this session, take a walk through the daily struggles of a data engineer in this presentation as we cover what is truly needed to create robust end to end Big Data solutions. 

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Career Covid Pandemic

Tech You Need to Learn in 2020 as a Beginner

There are a lot of people right now who, because of the pandemic, lost their jobs and looking for a new career path. Careers in technology have a good growth forecast and are a reasonable choice, but where should one start? I.T. Career Questions explores what beginners should learn.

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AI Ethics

Peter Singer on Suffering in Humans, Animals, and AI

Lex Fridman interviews Peter Singer in this enlightening episode of his podcast. Peter Singer is a professor of bioethics at Princeton, best known for his 1975 book Animal Liberation, that makes an ethical case against eating meat. He has written brilliantly from an ethical perspective on extreme poverty, euthanasia, human genetic selection, sports doping, the […]

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Azure Developer SQL Server

Why Azure SQL is Best For Developers – Part 1

Azure SQL has a lot of built-in features that make it the best database in the cloud for developers. In this first part of this two-part series, we’ll discuss what those features are and which kinds of customers can benefit most from them. Video index: [01:30] Why customers choose Azure SQL [02:21] Security [02:30] Scale-out […]

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Covid Pandemic IoT

Insight’s Connected Platform for Detection and Prevention on IoT Edge

Insight has developed a Detection & Prevention solution to improve health and safety in businesses and public spaces. Utilizing video, IoT Edge and Azure, this solution enables organizations to detect conditions indicative of contagious disease and help to assure social distancing practices are in place. Learn more at And if you want to dive […]

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Google’s TensorFlow gets a new test for training data leaks
Ethics Facial Recognition TensorFlow

Google’s TensorFlow Gets a New Test for Training Data Leaks

Google late last month debuted experimental tests for its TensorFlow Privacy library designed to reduce the degree to which machine learning models leak identifiable personal information in training data sets, such as for biometric facial recognition. The test module enables developers to “assess the privacy properties of their classification models,” according to Google. The testing […]

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AI Neural Networks

Create a Confusion Matrix for Neural Network Predictions

deeplizard demonstrates how to create a confusion matrix, which will aid us in being able to visually observe how well a neural network is predicting during inference. VIDEO SECTIONS 00:00 Welcome to DEEPLIZARD – Go to for learning resources 00:34 Plotting a Confusion Matrix 02:48 Reading a Confusion Matrix 04:56 Collective Intelligence and the […]

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Data Driven Livestream Podcasts

Summer Reading List Suggestions LinkedIn Livestream

Data and AI Book Recommendations Plus Live Q&A from yesterday in case you missed it!

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