Computer Science

Natural Language Processing

AI Language Models & Transformers

Plausible text generation has been around for a couple of years, but how does it work – and what’s next? Rob Miles on Language Models and Transformers.

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AI Ethics

The Road to General AI • Danny Lange • GOTO 2021

With recent news of a “sentient chatbot,” the topic of AGI is top of mind for me again. Danny Lange, SVP of AI and ML at Unity Technologies, presents this talk on the subject. ABSTRACT Senior vice president of machine learning and artificial intelligence at Unity Danny Lange will set the stage by introducing the […]

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AI

Best Practices for Real-time Intelligent Video Analytics • Ekaterina Sirazitdinova • GOTO 2021

This presentation was recorded at GOTO Copenhagen 2021. Ekaterina Sirazitdinova – Data Scientist for Computer Vision, Video Analytics & Deep Learning at NVIDIA Abstract: Larger and more complex Vision AI networks enable better accuracy and precision since they are able to encode more information. This increase in size and complexity is, in turn, naturally associated […]

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Mathematics

Computerphile Explains the Mythical Man Month

Many will have heard the phrase ‘Mythical Man Month’ and assume it’s simply about whether manpower and time are interchangeable – the book is really about much more. Professor Brailsford explains how this all relates to the humble byte

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Career

Will Low Code/No Code Kill Programming Jobs?

Low code and no code are ideas that are gaining traction. Low-code development platforms are used to solve all sorts of software development problems, but what is no code development, is this a new idea that will take your job, or is this another attempt at an old idea and some kind of no-code bubble. […]

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Developer DevOps

Inside the Hidden Git Folder

Dr Max Wilson takes us through the various elements that make Git such a useful tool.

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