Day: September 4, 2022

Computer Vision IoT Raspberry Pi

Raspberry pi YOLOv4-tiny Object Detection with Intel Neural Compute Stick and openVINO

Here’s an interesting computer vision project. I really need to unpack more of my stuff so I can find my Raspberry Pis.

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MERN Stack Full Course 2022

This video is based on SimpliLearn’s MERN Stack Developer Full Course. MERN Stack Developer tutorial will help you learn the latest technical advancements in MERN Stack and guide you with the fundamentals based on current IT standards. This tutorial will teach you about MongoDB, Express, React, and Node.js. This tutorial will help you with critical […]

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Will EVs Ruin The Midwest Economy?

Electric vehicles have a lot of unintended consequences attached to them. Researchers believe modern factory jobs will require more education and could be less available than they were in the past. They estimate that electric vehicles could require 30% less manufacturing labor when compared with conventional cars. “The lines that run to drive oil or […]

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Generative AI

OpenAI’s DALL-E 2 – AI-Based Art Is Here! 🧑‍🎨

Two Minute Papers examines the paper “Hierarchical Text-Conditional Image Generation with CLIP Latents” in the following video.

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AWS DevOps

Infrastructure as Code and GitOps in motion with Pull Pattern Deployment

From the AWS User Group in Singapore. This talk starts with the quick introduction of Infrastructure as a code/Gitops to keep everyone on the same page. Followed by extensive discussion on the pull pattern for Infrastructure as a code and Gitops with the emphasis on security best practices ( like ensuring instance role is assumed […]

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Data Science

Explore and analyze data with R

This video from Microsoft Learn covers common data exploration and analysis tasks in R and how to use R packages such as ggplot2, dplyr, and tidyr to turn raw data into understanding, insight, and knowledge.

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Is Linux Right For You?

After joining Red Hat, I decided to “give up Windows for Lent.” The experiment was a success in the sense that I feel confident about my ability to remain productive should my issues with Windows 11 be resolved. In the meantime, I have reverted my main work driver back to Windows. Like it or not, […]

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5G: The Trouble With the New Phone Network

5G isn’t all that it’s cracked up to be. Don’t get me wrong, it’s usually faster, but the EM spectrum it uses has issues. Sabine explains. Correction to what I say at 15 mins 57 seconds: It’s should be 3 orders of magnitude, not 30. You’d think that technology and science make a good team, […]

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