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The new open source release integrates Spark with Cognitive Toolkit and other Microsoft machine learning offerings Microsoft has revamped its MMLSpark open source project, the better to integrate “many deep learning and data science tools to the Spark ecosystem,” according to the notes...
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Implementing a web-based blueprint for semi-automated machine learning, using the open source Knime Analytics Platform The price to pay for automated machine learning (aka AutoML) is the loss of control to a black box kind of model. While such a price...
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Pyodide project uses Emscripten and WebAssembly to run Python and its data science libraries in any major browser Mozilla’s experimental Pyodide project is bringing a Python data science stack to the web browser, by compiling it to WebAssembly. Pyodide is a WebAssembly implementation of...
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Prerequisites Previous knowledge of PyTorch or transfer learning is not required, but the reader should be familiar with basic concepts of deep learning and the neural network, as well as some basic terminology of convolutional neural networks.  To follow along,...
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March 8th marks International Women’s Day, where people from all over celebrate the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. This year’s theme is #BalanceforBetter; a call to action to drive gender balance worldwide in terms of education, economic opportunities,...
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Makeblock’s Makerathon is a 24-hour competition that brings together people who love building and creating new things and challenges them to work as a team to build robots with a specific objective and according to a certain theme. Mechanical parts,...
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Learning to code seems like an impossible endeavor, right? It’s a lot like—quite literally—learning an entirely new language! Thus, asking kids to envision themselves with the ability to, say, build an app, is a difficult enough task in itself We’ve...
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