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The need for organizations to quickly create new business models and marketing channels has accelerated AI adoption throughout the past couple of years. This is especially true in healthcare, where data analytics accelerated the development of COVID-19 vaccines. In consumer-packaged goods, Harvard Business Review reported that Frito-Lay created an e-commerce platform, Snacks.com, in just 30 days. The pandemic also accelerated AI adoption in education, as schools were forced to enable online learning overnight. And wherever possible, the world shifted to "touchless" transactions, completely transforming the banking industry.
Mark Zuckerberg introduced Facebook's rebranding to Meta at the company's annual Connect event last year to reposition the company for the "new internet," the metaverse. The metaverse has been around for some time as a kind of urban legend, perhaps aptly described in the 2011 science fantasy book Ready Player One. That was until some of the biggest names in tech started investing heavily in related technologies, including virtual and augmented reality (VR/AR), Internet of Things (IoT), and artificial intelligence (AI). Today AI is one of the most exciting technology fields to work on. Zuckerberg said the metaverse is something he's wanted to work on since even before the conception of Facebook.
This book will help demonstrate how to use Kubeflow components, deploy them in GCP, and serve them in production using real-time data prediction. With Kubeflow KFserving, we'll look at serving techniques, build a computer vision-based user interface in streamlit, and then deploy it to the Google cloud platforms, Kubernetes and Heroku. Next, we also explore how to build Explainable AI for determining fairness and biasness with a What-if tool. Backed with various use-cases, we will learn how to put machine learning into production, including training and serving.
Amazon Web Services is being used by millions of people, including the biggest businesses and competitors of amazon like Netflix. Most successful startups and top government organizations operate with AWS to cut costs, improve flexibility, and accelerate innovation. The most complete and widely used cloud platform in the world, AWS, provides over 200 fully functional services from data centers across the world. With just a few clicks in the Amazon Web Services UI, you can, for instance, automatically and continually identify, categorize, and safeguard sensitive data in AWS by utilizing technologies like machine learning. Amazon Web Services has a wide variety of systems and applications, very different from majorly other businesses to make it simpler for your security team to collaborate extensively with developer and operations teams to write and deliver code more quickly and securely.
Amazon, Google, and Microsoft are three tech giants who have pioneered machine learning in their offerings. All three of them have cloud platforms that help other companies and individual users make the most of machine learning. At my current work, we use Microsoft Azure as our production environment. Similarly, most companies use either one of these platforms. Their platforms are the closest available resources to real-world production environments.
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The story of a Google engineer (and Christian mystic) who saw signs of personhood in Google's latest artificially intelligent chatbot software and was later fired has reignited public debate over whether any of today's AI systems are sentient. The consensus among experts is that no, they are not: see this, this, this, and this, for example. We reached the same conclusion via a different path, using a little mathematical formalism to burn off the fog of confusion. A chatbot is a function. But functions can be powerful.
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What can we do in 24 hours? What happens in our lives between sunrise and sunset? What happens in 24 hours around the world? On average, in 24 hours, I will experience 104,000 heartbeats, I'll take a breath about 23,000 times, I'll walk about 8,000 steps on average, and in the shower, I'll spend about 12 minutes. My body will shed and create up to 50 trillion new cells, and I usually spend 20 minutes in the bathroom. There will be a 0.35 mm growth in my hair, and I will also lose somewhere between 40 and 100 hairs at the same time, and on average, I'll speak for roughly 48,000 words.