Jeff Geerling shows us how he built the fastest native SATA RAID array on a Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4, and set it up as a NAS server, testing out hard drives and SSDs, and different RAID setups like RAID 0, 1, and 10.
Quantum tunneling happens when a particle seemingly teleports across a barrier. But despite how instantaneous this event sounds, recent research suggests that it doesn’t happen nearly as fast as you might think.
Yannic Kilcher retraces his first reading of Facebook AI’s DETR paper and explain my process of understanding it.
Original Video about DETR: https://youtu.be/T35ba_VXkMY
We rarely think about the infrastructure at the hear of the internet, except maybe lamenting that there are not enough cell phone towers. However, there’s a massive network of cables under the oceans that connect the world together. These undersea cables are the backbone of the internet.
These submarine fiber optic cables permit the world’s web traffic to flow and I can’t help but thinking of the NYC Subway map when looking at where the cables are.
One such cable is called Marea. It runs from Virginia Beach in the U.S. to Balboa, Spain and it just set a speed record of 26.2 terabits per second, more than enough to stream 793,000 ultra-high-def movies at once.
Infinera makes the “equipment that puts the light into the optical fiber,” Bennett explains. To hit data transfer rates of 20 percent over the capacity of the fiber, Bennett says they did two things. First, they implemented “multiple wavelengths on a single optical chip, so that we could squeeze the individual wavelengths closer together, and get more wavelengths on the fiber,” he explains. “And the second part is, each wavelengths is transmitted as a set of subcarriers that also allows tighter spacing.” So, while the pipe remained the same, they increased how much data could be sent through it in a given amount of time. [Read more]
One of the questions I get asked most frequently is how I so quickly changed from a “plain old software engineer” to “certified Data Scientist” as quickly as I did. While I do plan to write a book/shoot a video on the topic. In the meantime, enjoy this video from Siraj Raval where he shows the techniques he uses to study machine learning. It’s a fast moving field with lots of crazy math, so the old ways of learning just won’t cut it.
That includes living a healthy lifestyles, optimizing your learning environment, creating a personalized learning path, prioritizing effectively, and being an active learner. He demos the FAST technique, which you can use to help learn faster and more efficiently. While this with made with machine learning technology in mind, but these techniques can be used for any field.