Day: January 19, 2023


Will There Be A Windows 12?

Windows 11 hasn’t been out for very long, but there’s already hope that Windows 12 is on the way and righting the ship. Techquickie explains the rumors and how Windows 10 was once hailed as “the last version of Windows.”

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GameDev Red Hat

OpenShift Scalable Multiplayer Game Design

This monthly series from OpenShift explores what it takes to design a scale-out multiplayer video game architecture using containers and OpenShift.

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Deep Fakes Generative AI

New AI Makes Amazing DeepFakes In a Blink of an Eye

Two Minute Papers explains the paper “VToonify: Controllable High-Resolution Portrait Video Style Transfer.”

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10 Rendering Patterns for Web Apps

Beyond Fireship discusses 10 different ways you can render a website to HTML with patterns like SSR, SSG, ISR, Partial Hydration, and More!

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TensorFlow In 5 Minutes

In this video by Simplilearn, covers *TensorFlow In 5 Minutes*.

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Power Apps

How to Prepare for PL-100

This live event focused on getting you prepared to take the PL100 Power Platform App Maker exam. Learn about the fundamental concepts of building business solutions with Power Apps, Power Automate, Power BI and Power Virtual Agents that is covered in the exam and get an opportunity to get your questions answered live.

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Natural Language Processing

Language Processing with BERT: The 3 Minute Intro (Deep learning for NLP)

Jay Alammar explains how to use BERT for language processing. Since its introduction in 2018, the BERT machine learning model has continued to perform well in a lot of language tasks. This video is a gentle introduction into some of the tasks that BERT can handle (in search engines, for example). The first 3 minutes […]

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What’s an eMMC Laptop?

Techquickie explains “eMMC” instead of an SSD. Turns out, it’s actually kind of like running Windows off of a memory card!

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AI Natural Language Processing Research

Automatic Prompt Tuning for Large Language Models | RLPROMPT paper explained!

The Global NLP Lab explains the paper “RLPrompt: Optimizing Discrete Text Prompts with Reinforcement Learning“. Paper Abstract: Prompting has shown impressive success in enabling large pretrained language models (LMs) to perform diverse NLP tasks, especially when only few downstream data are available. Automatically finding the optimal prompt for each task, however, is challenging. Most existing […]

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AI Funny Interesting

Has the Internet Has Died?

Thoughty2 explores Dead Internet Theory.

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