TensorFlow started as an open-source deep learning library and has today evolved into an end to end machine learning platform that includes tools, libraries and resources for the research community to push the state of the art in deep learning and developers in the industry to build ML & DL powered applications.

Best of all, it remains approachable to beginners while fulfilling the needs of cutting edge researchers.

Here’s a great tutorial on how to get started.

In this article, I will focus on the marvel that is TensorFlow 2.0. We will understand how it differs from TensorFlow 1.x, how Keras fits into the picture and how to set up your machine to install and use TensorFlow 2.x. And then comes the icing on the cake – we will implement TensorFlow 2.0 for image classification and text classification tasks!

The deadliest contagious virus of our times, Novel Covid-19 Coronavirus, has taken the world by storm.

Amidst this storm, heroes are rising all over the world. The whole world now knows that this villain cannot be fought alone.

Perhaps our collective knowledge will be able to beat this microscopic foe.

n this tense situation, a ray of hope has come from the Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology (GIKI). A final year student of GIKi, Muhammad Aleem, claims he has come up with a plan of detecting Coronavirus with 96% accuracy. Aleem says it is possible through Artificial Intelligence (AI). Previously, some students from Habib University had also tried to create an App to control the virus.

Lex Fridman interviews Anca Dragan, a professor at Berkeley, working on human-robot interaction — algorithms that look beyond the robot’s function in isolation, and generate robot behavior that accounts for interaction and coordination with human beings.

0:00 – Introduction
2:26 – Interest in robotics
5:32 – Computer science
7:32 – Favorite robot
13:25 – How difficult is human-robot interaction?
32:01 – HRI application domains
34:24 – Optimizing the beliefs of humans
45:59 – Difficulty of driving when humans are involved
1:05:02 – Semi-autonomous driving
1:10:39 – How do we specify good rewards?
1:17:30 – Leaked information from human behavior
1:21:59 – Three laws of robotics
1:26:31 – Book recommendation
1:29:02 – If a doctor gave you 5 years to live…
1:32:48 – Small act of kindness
1:34:31 – Meaning of life