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.
Jeff Geerling puts the Compute Module 4 through its paces and compares it to the Raspberry Pi 4 and Compute Module 3+, highlighting some great new features like a PCI Express 1x slot on the IO board and NVMe support.
This paper, under review at ICLR, shows that given enough data, a standard Transformer can outperform Convolutional Neural Networks in image recognition tasks, which are classically tasks where CNNs excel. In this Video, I explain the architecture of the Vision Transformer (ViT), the reason why it works better and rant about why double-bline peer review is broken.
0:00 – Introduction
0:30 – Double-Blind Review is Broken
5:20 – Overview
6:55 – Transformers for Images
10:40 – Vision Transformer Architecture
16:30 – Experimental Results
18:45 – What does the Model Learn?
21:00 – Why Transformers are Ruining Everything
27:45 – Inductive Biases in Transformers
29:05 – Conclusion & Comments
Paper (Under Review): https://openreview.net/forum?id=YicbFdNTTy
Once upon a time (around 14 years ago), I was a Tablet PC developer, MVP, and all around fan boy.
In other words, I was into tablets before they were cool. Indeed, I was in to tablets before they were practical.
And this review by RetroManCave of a Azus R2H UMPC (Ultra Mobile PC) indicates many of the shortcomings of this area in mobile computing.
The dark ages of mobile technology were tough. We knew we wanted portability and convenience but the monolithic tech firms of the time were slow to deliver and left the door open for much needed competition from Apple, Samsung and Google to give us what we wanted. The Asus R2H is a relic from that period before the dawn. It is, the tablet Homer Simpson might have built.
The Verge explores Ikea’s push into smart home technology and why that’s a big deal.
For seven years, Ikea has treated the smart home as a hobby. That’s changing now that Björn Block’s Home Smart division has been promoted to the same importance as Living Room, Bedroom, and all the other Ikea businesses that have come to define the company. Ikea faces the challenge of teaming up with Google, Amazon, Apple, and other tech giants while also battling them for primacy in the home.