Day: November 11, 2020

AI Interesting Science

How to Wire a Computer Like a Human Brain

The goal of neuromorphic computing is simple: mimic the neural structure of the brain. Seeker checks out the current generation of computer chips that’s getting closer to reaching this non-trivial engineering task.

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Azure SQL

Leveling Up Your Azure SQL Database Deployments

The Basic, Standard, and Premium service tiers fulfill a lot of customers’ needs. For some customers, though, the General Purpose, Business Critical, and Hyperscale service tiers offer additional performance and ability that is required for certain workloads. Even if you don’t require those abilities, the technology and infrastructure behind these are worth learning. In this […]

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How to Build a Face Mask Detector with Raspberry Pi
Computer Vision Covid Pandemic Facial Recognition Raspberry Pi

How to Build a Face Mask Detector with Raspberry Pi

I do not envy anyone who has to stand guard in front of a business and enforce any mask wearing policies. What if this task could be automated? Well, here’s an article that shows you how to set up a Raspberry Pi Face Mask Detection System and sound an alarm when someone is not wearing […]

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AI Data Driven

A Third AI Superpower

About a year ago, I read AI Superpowers by Kai-Fu Lee which details the struggle between the US and China for AI supremacy in the 21st century, That got me thinking about a map I once made for the School of AI. The US vs China debate leaves out one key player: India.

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Quantum Computing Science

Understanding Atomic Energy Levels

Sabine Hossenfelder explains atomic energy levels and their role in quantum mechanics. Watching these videos is all part of my plan to understand the fundamental forces behind quantum computing.

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