I look at a lot of characteristics in Software Developers for my clients and I still find it extremely challenging to find the right balance of skills and character for me to represent someone. [...]
Twitter is a challenge for deep learning. It’s easy to forget too that whilst Baidu, Google and Facebook are elbow barging each other to get to the front of the line, that Twitter is also a [...]
Deep Learning at Baidu is all the rage at the moment, that is, at least until they are out-algorithmed by another research laboratory, perhaps with more compute power. This is, of course, all [...]
Sandy Pentland‘s closing comments in a dialogue at the recent Overseas Development Institute in London reminded me of Sir Thomas More‘s advice to King Henry VIII of England, [...]
Cliff Click, Co-Founder of open source distributed machine learning platform, H20, was one of the speakers at PyData a couple of weeks back in Dallas in which he gave a demo of H20 using IPython [...]
This was my listen on the way to the State Library in Melbourne this morning – Adrian Cockcroft talking Continuous Delivery and Microservices in the context of DevOps.
Deep Learning has been in our palms for a while now, and we all get to see the results from the requests we send to the tech companies we rely on for kicks and flicks which means the exodus of AI [...]
I always think of Developers in the enterprise wanting to be able to use Docker as a kind of push me pull you scenario with the business. Sure, use Docker without having to jump through hoops if [...]