Day: July 21, 2020

AI Weekly: Transform 2020 showcased the practical side of AI and ML

July 21, 2020

VB Transform Watch every session from the AI event of the year On-Demand Watch Now Watch all the Transform 2020 sessions on-demand right here. Today marked the conclusion of VentureBeat’s Transform 2020 summit, which took place online for the first time in our history. Luminaries including Google Brain ethicist Timnit Gebru and IBM AI ethics […]

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Pick up 87 hours of training on AI, machine learning, and more for under $35

July 21, 2020

From self-driving cars to image recognition, machine learning is already transforming the world. The Ultimate Artificial Intelligence Scientist Certification Bundle helps you understand the technology, with 87 hours of training for just $34.99. Looking ahead to the next decade, machine learning and artificial intelligence will be the beating heart of new technology. If you want […]

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Accelerating Machine Learning Lifecycle with a Feature Store – InfoQ.com

July 21, 2020

Feature Store is a core part of next generation ML platforms that empowers data scientists to accelerate the delivery of ML applications. It enables the teams to track and share features with versioning enabled and serve features for model training, batch, and real-time predictions. Mike Del Balso from Tecton.ai and Geoff Sims from Atlassian recently spoke […]

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MIT Schwarzman College of Computing announces first named professorships

July 21, 2020

The MIT Stephen A. Schwarzman College of Computing announced its first two named professorships, beginning July 1, to Frédo Durand and Samuel Madden in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS). These named positions recognize the outstanding achievements and future potential of their academic careers. “I’m thrilled to acknowledge Frédo and Sam for […]

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Better simulation meshes well for design software (and more)

July 21, 2020

The digital age has spurred the rise of entire industries aimed at simulating our world and the objects in it. Simulation is what helps movies have realistic effects, automakers test cars virtually, and scientists analyze geophysical data. To simulate physical systems in 3D, researchers often program computers to divide objects into sets of smaller elements, […]

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