Kevin Stratvert explains all about Microsoft 365.

Microsoft 365 is a subscription plan that includes the Microsoft Office suite (which includes apps like Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint), 1 TB of additional OneDrive storage and access to OneDrive Personal Vault, and 60 minutes of Skype calls per month.

In this step-by-step tutorial, Kevin Stratvert teaches us how to get and use Microsoft PowerToys.

With Power Toys, use a color picker to get the HEX, RGB, etc. value for any color on your screen, snap windows using Fancy Zones, preview SVG and markdown files in File Explorer, resize images in bulk, rename files in bulk, remap keys and shortcuts, run apps using the PowerToys app launcher, and refer to a Windows key shortcut guide.

PowerToys is free to download and use on Windows 10 PCs.

Yannic Kilcher explains the paper “Every Model Learned by Gradient Descent Is Approximately a Kernel Machine.”

Deep Neural Networks are often said to discover useful representations of the data. However, this paper challenges this prevailing view and suggest that rather than representing the data, deep neural networks store superpositions of the training data in their weights and act as kernel machines at inference time. This is a theoretical paper with a main theorem and an understandable proof and the result leads to many interesting implications for the field.

Leila Gharani shows us how to use Microsoft Power Automate to easily automate repetitive and boring tasks.

With Power Automate you create automated workflows that can be triggered based on an event, a schedule or manually triggered by you.
Not only does Power Automate save time, but it can generate reports that help you and your team be more productive and streamline business processes.

This Power Automate tutorial is great for beginners!