Day: September 8, 2020

A modular revolution
IoT Raspberry Pi

A Modular Revolution

A quiet revolution is taking place in electronics hardware design and, as silicon integration has continued, engineers are gradually moving from developing mostly at the component and circuit level to working more with board, modules and subsystems. There are many advantages that lie in a shift to modular design. One is greater ability to share […]

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TinyML is breathing life into billions of devices
AI IoT

TinyML is Breathing Life into Billions of Devices

Until now building machine learning (ML) algorithms for hardware meant complex mathematical mode s based on sample data, known as “ training data ,” in order to make predictions or decisions without being explicitly programmed to do so. And if this sounds complex and expensive to build, it is.  But, what if there’s another, more […]

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How To Turn Your Smartphone Into A Robot
Robotics

How To Turn Your Smartphone Into A Robot

Did you ever want to get started in robotics, but were put off by the cost? Your phone is probably powerful enough to be the eyes, ears and brain of a robot. Now Intel researchers have released a free design that can make this possible. Their idea, called OpenBot, is to build cheap robot bodies […]

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IoT Podcasts

Lessons Learned on a Submarine, and the Heroic Internet, with Rob Tiffany from Ericsson

In this episode of The IoT Unicorn Podcast, Rob Tiffany, VP and Head of IoT Strategy at Ericsson explores the development of 5G and LPWA technology for IoT solutions, what it looks like for Telco’s to be successful in the IoT space, and how the Internet is playing the hero during the uncertainty of the […]

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Azure Azure Synapse PowerBI

Analyzing your Data Lake with Power BI and Azure Synapse

Azure Synapse has many features to help analyze data, and in this episode of Data Exposed, Ginger Grant will review how to query data stored in a Data Lake not only in Azure Synapse but also visualize the data in Power BI. The demonstrations show how to run SQL queries against the Data Lake without […]

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Databricks Runtime 7.3 ML (Beta)
TensorFlow

Databricks Runtime 7.3 ML (Beta)

Databricks Runtime 7.3 ML provides a ready-to-go environment for machine learning and data science based on Databricks Runtime 7.3 (Beta). It’s definitely worth checking out. Databricks Runtime ML contains many popular machine learning libraries, including TensorFlow, PyTorch, and XGBoost. It also supports distributed deep learning training using Horovod. Read more docs.microsoft.com

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Deep Learning

Deep Learning for Coders (Lesson 1)

Jeremy Howard provides this introductory lesson on Deep Learning for Coders. In this first lesson, we learn about what deep learning is, and how it’s connected to machine learning, and regular computer programming. We get our GPU-powered deep learning server set up, and use it to train models across vision, NLP, tabular data, and collaborative […]

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Azure

Establish Cloud Governance Using Cloud Adoption Framework for Azure

Brian Blanchard joins Scott Hanselman to discuss how you can unblock your cloud adoption efforts using the Cloud Adoption Framework governance methodology. This agile, iterative methodology enables governance maturity without impeding migration or innovation. Video contents: [0:00:00]- Overview [0:00:23]- What is cloud governance? [0:04:32]- Cloud Adoption Framework Governance Benchmark Tool [0:08:17]- Cloud governance guides [0:11:18]- […]

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Machine Learning Mathematics

All the Math You Need for Machine Learning for FREE!

Python Programmer tells you how to learn the mathematics for machine learning will teach you all of the maths you need for machine learning. Best of all, it’s available for free! https://mml-book.github.io/

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