Human resources trends for 2020 are upon us. Now that 2020 has arrived, it's time to look at some of the trends that will prevail in human resources during this year and beyond. In a recent blog article for HR artificial intelligence (AI) software provider Ideal, author John Dawson points out five human resources trends employers should watch out for this year. In his article, Mr. Dawson pointed out that artificial intelligence in human resources is no longer a future event – it's here. Around 24% of midsize to large corporations are using artificial intelligence for recruiting, with 56% planning to add it in the next year, Mr. Dawson noted.
The purpose of this project is to introduce a shortcut to developers and researcher for finding useful resources about TensorFlow. There are different motivations for this open source project. A deep learning is of great interest these days, the crucial necessity for rapid and optimized implementation of the algorithms and designing architectures is the software environment. TensorFlow is designed to facilitate this goal. The strong advantage of TensorFlow is it flexibility is designing highly modular model which also can be a disadvantage too for beginners since lots of the pieces must be considered together for creating the model.
Have you felt at loss in the jungle of data science resources? Did you try finding a resource only to conclude there are too many of them? Or you couldn't find one which just enables your learning without confusing you further? The problem in learning data science today is not lack of resources, but the abundance of it! It has been our constant effort to provide you with the best of resources, in as simple manner as possible.
This is a collection of free resources beyond the regularly shared books, MOOCs, and courses, mostly from over the past year. They start from zero and progress accordingly, and are suitable for individuals looking to pick up some of the basic ideas, before hopefully branching out further (see the final 2 resources listed below for more on that). These resources are not presented in any particular order, so feel free to pursue those which look most enticing to you. All credit goes the the individual authors of the respective materials, without whose hard work we would not have the benefit of learning from such great content.
Humans are using nearly 73 percent more natural resources than the Earth produces in a year, a study has found. A new report looks at the deficit in the world's'biocapacity' – the ability of the ecosystem to generate natural resources - compared to human demand. If humanity continues to use use more resources than the world's biocapacity, natural levels of resources will go down and eventually be used up. Researchers from the US and Sir Lanka found that wealthy countries are fueling the problem by living out of their means - gobbling up resources and condemning the poorer majority of people to'ecological poverty'. For a country to maintain its population, it needs to either have enough resources to match people's ecological footprint or the funds to buy from other nations.