Model deployment is one of the most important skills you should have if you're going to work with NLP models. Model deployment is the process of integrating your model into an existing production environment. The model will receive input and predict an output for decision-making for a specific use case. There are different ways you can deploy your NLP model into production, you can use Flask, Django, Bottle e.t.c .But in today's article, you will learn how to build and deploy your NLP model with FastAPI. In part 1, we will focus on building an NLP model that can classify movie reviews into different sentiments.
At $100, Google's impressive Nest Audio was already good value for money, but a 25 percent discount has now brought it down to an even more affordable $75. Perhaps, it's a case of Google countering Amazon's early Prime Day deals on Echo speakers with a new all-time low price. Whatever the reasons behind the latest promo, it's always nice to have another option when shopping for tech. The Nest Audio is a solid bet for music fans on a budget. As we noticed in our tests, it's slightly louder than Apple's HomePod Mini and packs stronger bass, too. Inside the speaker is a 75mm woofer and 19mm tweeter, while the Google Home and Nest Mini make do with single drivers.
When I mention AI (Artificial Intelligence) machines can smell now, my friends exclaim with the statement of "So What"! The best way is to explain to them the importance of smell in our lives. This article introduces considerable research to olfactory development in computer science and engineering at a high level and points out recent developments in the industry. I also touch on potential use cases and business value propositions. Let me give you a high-level background to digital scent technology as part of the technical literature review that I conducted reflecting olfactory progress in AI.
We know full well that AI is one of those acronyms that gets chucked around so often that it begins to lose some of its wonders. But that belies its power and significance because when it comes to the value added to video marketing by both artificial intelligence and its subset machine learning (ML), it really is worth your undivided attention. "Marketers, through AI technologies, have been both challenged and empowered," sums up Rob Freedman, VP of marketing at Fourlane. "We have greater access to data and can custom tailor our video content to fit the exact demographic of our ideal customer persona. This is an extremely powerful way to get our message in front of the right people, at the ideal time."
I was born and raised in a calm and mostly residential district of the northern suburbs of Athens called "Vrilissia". However, this calmness is often interrupted by car crashes in the streets. And when I say often, I mean that as a kid, I remember periods of time that car accidents were happening on a daily basis. So I tried to collect data about car accidents in Vrilissia, analyze them, try to interpret them and if possible try to predict the severity of a car accident that may happen in future time. I collected data about car crashes in Vrilissia through the local news site, vrilissianews.gr.
Last week, Amazon sent me a brand new, second generation Echo Show 8. I've been an Echo Show user since nearly the beginning, and have been closely watching the evolution of all the Alexa devices. The original Echo Show, introduced almost exactly four years ago, had a 7-inch 1024x600 screen. The first generation Echo Show 8, introduced in November of 2019, had an 8-inch 1280x800 screen. Technically, the screen on that first generation Echo Show 8 was a bit bigger, and the resolution a bit better than the original Echo Show, but if you look at the one that lives on top of our water heater in the laundry room and then look at the one that lives on top of our microwave, the only way you'd be able to tell is take out a ruler and measure it. Speakers were better on the first generation Echo Show 8 than they were on the original Echo Show. Oddly enough, the camera on the Echo Show 8 was a measly 1 megapixel camera, a big step down from the original Echo Show's 5 megapixel imager.