Today’s kids will never understand the struggle of Floppy disks or the “tell” of a non-computer user when they called a 3.5” disk a “hard drive.”
Learn about Azure Maps, Azure IoT Hub, Azure IoT Central, and Azure Event Grid Guest in this live event hosted by Pamela Cortez.
With more an more devices connected to your home network, bandwidth at home is starting to get stretched thin. Craft Computing explores the lower cost options for cranking up the speeds on your home network.
For this Philosophy Friday, I think this talk by John Searle, the Slusser Professor of Philosophy at the University of California, Berkeley.
In this “Talk at Google” he focuses on the philosophy of mind and the potential for consciousness in artificial intelligence. John is widely noted for his contributions to the philosophy of language, philosophy of mind and social philosophy. Searle has received the Jean Nicod Prize, the National Humanities Medal, and the Mind & Brain Prize for his work. Among his notable concepts is the “Chinese room” argument against “strong” artificial intelligence.
There are multiple scenarios where having attestable documents and media is valuable. Media doesn’t belong on the blockchain, but hashes of the media and metadata can be added. In this video we demonstrate a blockchain devkit accelerator that shows how to hash a media file, uploaded to a service like Adobe Creative Cloud, and its metadata and add it to a blockchain.
Azure Data Fest returns to Reston March 22, 2019 Seating is limited, reserve you seat today. Tickets at http://bit.ly/adfspring2019
Siraj Raval explains Keras in this video from last year that I somehow missed and did not already post here.
In this session from TF Dev Summit ’19, Martin Wicke and Karmel Allison walk through the big changes in TensforFlow 2.0.
In this video from TF Dev Summit 2019, learn how to use TensorFlow and Reinforcement Learning to solve complex tasks.
Clean Water AI is a device that uses a deep learning neural network to detect dangerous bacteria and harmful particles in water. Users can see drinking water at a microscopic level, just like they would view footage from a security camera, with real-time detection and contamination mapping.