PyTorch is an open source machine learning library.

The name PyTorch derives from its main programming language, Python, and Torch, the library on which it is based.

Since PyTorch’s release in 2016, it has grown in popularity with developers due to its ease of use, flexibility, easy debugging, fast speed, and community support.

If you are interested in learning PyTorch, the following list of resources can help you get started.

Here’s a great tutorial on how to do matrix operations in TensorFlow.

In mathematics, a matrix (plural matrices) is a rectangular array of numbers, symbols, or expressions, arranged in rows and columns. Please note that this article is not centered at teaching you about matrices. If you are new to matrices, please look it up online, otherwise, you can have some fun with the Matrix Calculator below.

Lloyd Danzig, a leading expert in the field of Artificial Intelligence, explores ethical issues of automation. Lloyd is the Chairman & Founder of the International Consortium for the Ethical Development of Artificial Intelligence, a non-profit NGO dedicated to ensuring that rapid developments in A.I. are made with a keen eye toward the long-term interests of humanity.

He is a distinguished member of CompTIA’s AI Advisory Council, through which the world’s 20 most influential thought leaders establish best practices to foster technological development while protecting consumers.

Here’s a look at the new Raspbian update 5th Feb 2020.

Full list of changes below the video.

Changes

2020-02-05:
* Version 3.2.6 of Thonny included – significant improvements in speed, particularly when debugging
* Version 1.0.4 of Scratch 3 included – adds new “display stage” and “display sprite” blocks to SenseHAT extension, and loading of files from command line
* Version 32.0.0.314 of Flash player included
* Version 1.0.3 of NodeRED included
* Version 6.6.0 of RealVNC Server and version 6.19.923 of RealVNC Viewer included – adds support for audio
* Version 78.0.3904.108 of Chromium included
* Mesa updated to 19.3.2 for OpenGL ES 3.1 conformance
* Pixel doubling option added in Raspberry Pi Configuration on platforms using FKMS display driver
* Orca screen reader added to Recommended Software
* Code The Classics Python games added to Recommended Software
* File manager – new “places” pane added at top of sidebar to show mounted drives in simplified view; “new folder” icon added to taskbar; expanders in directory browser now correctly show state of subfolders
* Multiple monitor support improved – alignment of icons on second desktop corrected, Appearance Settings opens on correct tab when launched from context menu
* Raspberry Pi Touchscreen correctly aligned with display
* System clock synchronised before installing new packages in startup wizard and Recommended Software
* Mixer dialogs added to taskbar volume plugin; separate Audio Preferences application removed
* Raspberry Pi Configuration – separate tab added for display options; screen blanking control added
* Volume taskbar plugin and raspi-config modified to support separate ALSA devices for internal audio outputs (analogue and HDMI 1 and 2)
* Robustness improvements in volume, ejecter and battery taskbar plugins
* Movement of mouse pointer to menu button on startup now controlled by point_at_menu parameter in Global section of lxpanel configuration file
* Ctrl-Alt-Del and Ctrl-Alt-End shortcuts added to open shutdown options box
* Ctrl-Shift-Esc shortcut added to open task manager
* Enabled NEON routines in OpenSSL
* Linux kernel 4.19.93
* Raspberry Pi firmware 67392a7a32bddad7f571047fccafca9eeb65d29c