Alle Artikel mit dem Schlagwort “Maschine Learning

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7 Interesting Parallels Between the Invention of Tiny Satellites and Cloud Computing  – High Scalability –
ImageNet: the data that spawned the current AI boom — Quartz
Corporations in the Age of Inequality
How We Built a Virtual Scheduling Assistant at Microsoft
When Moore’s Law Met AI – Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Computing – Medium
Japan battles population decline with robots – CBS News
Facebook builds natural language processing into Messenger | VentureBeat | Bots | by Khari Johnson
Google launches its own AI Studio to foster machine intelligence startups | TechCrunch
A practical explanation of a Naive Bayes classifier | MonkeyLearn Blog
Hackers break into voting machines in minutes at hacking competition | TheHill
Unlock | The Daily | L2

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Amazon’s New Customer – Stratechery by Ben Thompson
ipSpace.net: Automation or Orchestration?
ipSpace.net: Swimlanes, Read-Write Transactions and Session State
ipSpace.net: Sample Network Automation Ansible Playbooks
Get eyes in the sky with your Raspberry Pi
Learn Kubernetes behind a corporate proxy
Build a budget IoT Grow-box with your Raspberry Pi
HBR: The Business of Artificial Intelligence
NYT: Beijing Wants A.I. to Be Made in China by 2030
Is Anyone Home? A Way to Find Out If AI Has Become Self-Aware
Techcrunch: Why the future of deep learning depends on finding good data

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Der erste Eintrag ist eher hörenswert. Vom Digital Kompakt Podcast, 40 min über B2B Sales. Was sollte ein Vertriebler machen und was nicht.
Die fünf goldenen Regeln des B2B-Sales | The Art of Sales #6
‘Chinafrica’ is a macro megatrend set to impact everything from Silicon Valley to Wall Street | TechCrunch
Crypto-tulips
You’ll Never Expect Which Generation Has the Most Freelancers Today
Sesame Workshop and IBM team up to test a new A.I.-powered teaching method | TechCrunch
How AWS Cloud is demolishing the cult of youth – James Governor’s Monkchips
An introduction to model ensembling – weights and biases – Medium
Google wants to make sure AI advances don’t leave anyone behind – The Verge

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Why Artificial Intelligence is Different from Previous Technology Waves
Facebook, for the first time, acknowledges election manipulation – CBS News
Without saying the words „Russia,“ „Hillary Clinton,“ or „Donald Trump,“ Facebook acknowledged Thursday for the first time what others have been saying for months.
AI Progress Measurement | Electronic Frontier Foundation
When the automatons explode – MIT Sloan School of Management
How AI detectives are cracking open the black box of deep learning | Science | AAAS
Where Machine Learning meets rule-based verification – The Foretellix Blog
Mesosphere-Chef Florian Leibert: Der Bill Gates des Cloud-Computings | ❤ t3n

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Marketing mit Gesichtserkennung: Eine Pizzeria in Oslo filmt Kunden

Eigentlich wollte sich Jeff Newman in einem Einkaufszentrum in Oslo nur eine Werbung für eine Pizzeria anschauen. Doch plötzlich zeigte der Bildschirm eine lange Reihe von Buchstaben und Zeilen. Der IT’ler erkannte schnell: Die Pizzeria hatte über eine Kamera Informationen wie Alter, Geschlecht und sogar Stimmung über ihn und andere gesammelt, die sich die Werbung angeschaut hatten.

Modeling Spelling Correction for Search at Etsy – Code as Craft

When a user searches for an item on Etsy, they don’t always type what they mean. Sometimes they type the query jewlery when they’re looking for jewelry; sometimes they just accidentally hit an extra key and type dresss instead of dress. To make their online shopping experience successful, we need to identify and fix these mistakes, and display search results for the canonical spelling of the actual intended query. With this motivation in mind, and through the efforts of the Data Science, Linguistic Tools, and the Search Infrastructure teams, we overhauled the way we do spelling correction at Etsy late last year.

Nati Shalom’s Blog: The End of Cloud Management As We Know It – Part 1

The numbers speak for themselves, and the conclusion is unavoidable: the tools we’ve used to manage cloud in the early stages of its growth are no longer sufficient for an agile, responsive world in which business unit developers and central IT are moving faster and covering larger and more complex application portfolios than ever before.

Streaming-Dienst: Wird Spotify den eigenen Erfolg überleben? – manager magazin – Nachrichten – Unternehmen
Collecting huge amounts of data with WhatsApp – Loran Kloeze
Google to Sell New AI Supercomputer Chip Via Cloud Business

Companies will be able to purchase the hardware, called Cloud Tensor Processing Units (TPUs), through a Google Cloud service. Google hopes it will quicken the pace of AI advancements. And despite official statements to the contrary, it may also threaten Intel Corp. and Nvidia Corp., the main suppliers of powerful semiconductors that run large processing tasks.

Google bietet Supercomputer Power für den Rest von uns an. Mich interessiert das Kleingedruckte, wem gehören die Daten und die trainierten Netze…?
Facebook’s Data Center Powerhouse Spawns another Startup

Over the last six or seven years, Facebook has become one of the handful of companies whose scale means they’ve had to innovate at every level of data center infrastructure, pushing the envelope in data center and hardware design further than most data center vendors and their customers as a result.

The Evolution of Container Usage at Netflix

This month marks two major milestones for containers at Netflix. First, we have achieved a new level of scale, crossing one million containers launched per week. Second, Titus now supports services that are part of our streaming service customer experience. We will dive deeper into what we have done with Docker containers as well as what makes our container runtime unique.

Netflix Container Ansatz – immer eine Lesung Wert…

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Marketing mit Gesichtserkennung: Eine Pizzeria in Oslo filmt Kunden

Eigentlich wollte sich Jeff Newman in einem Einkaufszentrum in Oslo nur eine Werbung für eine Pizzeria anschauen. Doch plötzlich zeigte der Bildschirm eine lange Reihe von Buchstaben und Zeilen. Der IT’ler erkannte schnell: Die Pizzeria hatte über eine Kamera Informationen wie Alter, Geschlecht und sogar Stimmung über ihn und andere gesammelt, die sich die Werbung angeschaut hatten.

Modeling Spelling Correction for Search at Etsy – Code as Craft

When a user searches for an item on Etsy, they don’t always type what they mean. Sometimes they type the query jewlery when they’re looking for jewelry; sometimes they just accidentally hit an extra key and type dresss instead of dress. To make their online shopping experience successful, we need to identify and fix these mistakes, and display search results for the canonical spelling of the actual intended query. With this motivation in mind, and through the efforts of the Data Science, Linguistic Tools, and the Search Infrastructure teams, we overhauled the way we do spelling correction at Etsy late last year.

Nati Shalom’s Blog: The End of Cloud Management As We Know It – Part 1

The numbers speak for themselves, and the conclusion is unavoidable: the tools we’ve used to manage cloud in the early stages of its growth are no longer sufficient for an agile, responsive world in which business unit developers and central IT are moving faster and covering larger and more complex application portfolios than ever before.

Streaming-Dienst: Wird Spotify den eigenen Erfolg überleben? – manager magazin – Nachrichten – Unternehmen
Collecting huge amounts of data with WhatsApp – Loran Kloeze
Google to Sell New AI Supercomputer Chip Via Cloud Business

Companies will be able to purchase the hardware, called Cloud Tensor Processing Units (TPUs), through a Google Cloud service. Google hopes it will quicken the pace of AI advancements. And despite official statements to the contrary, it may also threaten Intel Corp. and Nvidia Corp., the main suppliers of powerful semiconductors that run large processing tasks.

Google bietet Supercomputer Power für den Rest von uns an. Mich interessiert das Kleingedruckte, wem gehören die Daten und die trainierten Netze…?
Facebook’s Data Center Powerhouse Spawns another Startup

Over the last six or seven years, Facebook has become one of the handful of companies whose scale means they’ve had to innovate at every level of data center infrastructure, pushing the envelope in data center and hardware design further than most data center vendors and their customers as a result.

The Evolution of Container Usage at Netflix

This month marks two major milestones for containers at Netflix. First, we have achieved a new level of scale, crossing one million containers launched per week. Second, Titus now supports services that are part of our streaming service customer experience. We will dive deeper into what we have done with Docker containers as well as what makes our container runtime unique.

Netflix Container Ansatz – immer eine Lesung Wert…

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Offline-Tracking per Ultraschall: Schon 230 Apps nutzen die gruselige Technik
Naheliegendes Tracking Modell – Android, einfach eine offene Plattform…

Privacy Threats through Ultrasonic Side Channels on Mobile Devices

ZeroTier | Connect All The Things
Faszinierender Post-Mortem Bericht eines Ausfalls…

From what I can find on the web issues with GNU libstdc++ allocation pools have been discussed for a while, but as far as we can tell the issue persists in the very latest versions. We can duplicate this readily on Debian „stretch,“ which is pretty much bleeding edge. GNU libstdc++ is broken. This is pretty unforgiveable. How many other C++ developers on Linux are banging their heads on the table right now as they search in futility for memory leaks that do not exist?

The AdStage Migration from Heroku to AWS
Spannende Geschichte einer Migration auf aws.

Knowing that Netflix managed to run its billion dollar business on AWS with nothing fancier than Amazon machine images and autoscaling groups, I decided to follow their reliable but by no means “sexy” approach: build a machine image, use it to create instances in autoscaling groups, put those behind elastic load balancers, and connect the load balancers to DNS records that would make them accessible to our customers and each other.
Thus I set out to build our AWS deployment strategy.​

Every single Machine Learning course on the internet, ranked by your reviews
Gute Übersicht über diverse ML Kurse.

For this guide, I spent a dozen hours trying to identify every online machine learning course offered as of May 2017, extracting key bits of information from their syllabi and reviews, and compiling their ratings. My end goal was to identify the three best courses available and present them to you, below.

Deep Learning – Past, Present, and Future
Ein wenig Geschichte über Deep Learning

There is a lot of buzz around deep learning technology. First developed in the 1940s, deep learning was meant to simulate neural networks found in brains, but in the last decade 3 key developments have unleashed its potential.

Using Brainwaves to Guess Passwords – MIT Technology Review
Security, Security, Security – Der menschliche Air Gap wird bald geschlossen…

Malicious software could use brain interfaces to help steal passwords and other private data.

Slack’s updated search helps find the right team member to answer your question | VentureBeat | Apps | by Ken Yeung
Slack bleibt nicht stehen und entwickelt Knowledge Mining Mehrwerte; sinnvoller Move, Du hast unendliche viele Informationen in Slack, also hilft Dir Slack sie zu finden.

Slack has launched a feature designed to elevate how you search for information in the team chat and productivity app. Instead of querying by messages, you can now look things up by people and channel,