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Best Python books, courses, videos & tutorials 2017 - ReactDOM

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Python and Django Full Stack Web Developer Bootcamp by Jose Portilla will teach you how to build a fully functional web site using Python and Django. The latest Spark Technologies, like Spark SQL, Spark Streaming, and advanced models like Gradient Boosted Trees are all covered in this course. Zero to Deep Learning with Python and Keras by Jose Portilla and Francesco Mosconi will teach to understand and build Deep Learning models for images, text, sound and more using Python and Keras. This Keras tutorial will teach you to apply deep learning to solve supervised and unsupervised learning problems involving images, text, sound, time series and tabular data.


Google Deep Learning May Improve SNP Analysis, But Don't Call It AI Anytime Soon

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CHICAGO (GenomeWeb) – To the world, Google may talk about artificial intelligence with the best of'em, but internally, the internet giant shies away from that term, particularly in life sciences and medicine. Nevertheless, the company continues to make progress in applying the technology to these markets, with DNA sequencing analysis being a particularly ideal application, Allen Day, a science advocate at Google, said at the recent Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology European-Conference on Computational Biology (ISMB/ECCB) conference in Prague.


MLDM 2018 : 14th International Conference on Machine Learning and Data Mining MLDM 2018

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Long Paper The paper must be formatted in the Springer LNCS format. Accepted long papers will be published by Springer Verlag in the LNAI Series in the book Advances in Data Mining, edited by Petra Perner. Short Paper Short papers are also welcome and can be used to describe work in progress or project ideas.


[N] Andrew Ng announces new Deep Learning specialization on Coursera • r/MachineLearning

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Even though I did not follow his older courses, they seem really appreciated, at least on this subreddit. I hope these new ones will set an even higher standard. That way, newcomers may share an identical set of notations, principles and methodologies so we can all focus on other tasks, such as visualization. You will practice all these ideas in Python and in TensorFlow.


China's Plan For A.I. Superiority • r/artificial

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Submissions should generally be about Artificial Intelligence and its applications. Submission's title should clearly indicate what the submission is about. Try to avoid posting submissions that seem like a self-advertisement. The topic of Artificial Intelligence is very broad and there are many good learning resources available on the internet and in print.



Does the next industrial revolution spell the end of manufacturing jobs?

The Independent

Traditional robots focused on single, fixed, high-speed operations and required a highly skilled human workforce to operate and maintain them. Industry 4.0 machines are flexible, collaborative and can operate more independently, which ultimately removes the need for a highly skilled workforce. These enable deep learning to be applied to extremely large data sets at extremely fast speeds. It could well be the 22nd century before robots really have the potential to make human labour obsolete by developing not just deep learning, but true artificial understanding that mimics human thinking.


Researchers shut down AI that invented its own language • r/artificial

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Submissions should generally be about Artificial Intelligence and its applications. Submission's title should clearly indicate what the submission is about. Try to avoid posting submissions that seem like a self-advertisement. The topic of Artificial Intelligence is very broad and there are many good learning resources available on the internet and in print.


Does the next industrial revolution spell the end of manufacturing jobs?

Robohub

Traditional robots focused on single, fixed, high-speed operations and required a highly skilled human workforce to operate and maintain them. Industry 4.0 machines are flexible, collaborative and can operate more independently, which ultimately removes the need for a highly skilled workforce. These enable deep learning to be applied to extremely large data sets at extremely fast speeds. It could well be the 22nd century before robots really have the potential to make human labour obsolete by developing not just deep learning but true artificial understanding that mimics human thinking.


Alcohol may improve memory in social drinkers

Daily Mail

While the reason for this remains unclear, researchers suggest that alcohol may block the learning of new information, giving the brain more resources to lay down recently learned information into long-term memory. Participants watched a video of a staged theft, where a man and a woman entered a house and stole some jewellery, money and a laptop. In March, researchers from Glasgow Caledonian University and London South Bank University found that if alcohol is consumed after witnessing a crime it can protect memory from misleading information. In the study, participants watched a video of a staged theft, where a man and a woman entered a house and stole some jewellery, money and a laptop.