What would you look like sprinting next to Usain Bolt? Inspired by the sentiment during the Olympics that the events should have one average person compete, our reader Stefano calculated that the average person takes 5.5 seconds longer than the top sprinters in Rio. Use his calculator to see how you would compare.
A big thank you to Stefano for contributing this article. Only the best of the best compete at the Olympics, but it would be interesting to see how an average person performs next to them. The average man would take 5.5 seconds after most professional runners in Rio.
If you are in the field of deep learning or have heard about machine learning, you should have heard of TensorFlow. TensorFlow is Google’s Deep Learning framework and is the most popular. Read through this article where the author demonstrates many of the building blocks that TensorFlow offers.
The number of interconnected devices is rapidly increasing and is often linked to smarter cities. Read this interview with Carlo Ratti, professor at MIT and author of the book “The City of Tomorrow”, to find out how the IoT will change our city life.
The progress in the field of interfacing human brains and other biological neurons with computers has made huge progress over the last decade (IBM). According to BrainGate Company’s the dream of improving our natural skills with brain implants is about to become reality. “BrainGate Company’s current and planned intellectual property (the technology) is based on technology that can sense, transmit, analyze and apply the language of neurons. BrainGate consists of a sensor that is implanted on the motor cortex of the brain and a device that analyzes brain signals.”
According to the author of this article, it takes curiosity, persistence, business savvy and a good working partnership with app developers, in addition to a good education to succeed in the field of Data Science
AI has made a tremendous impact on the way businesses utilize and handle their data, leading to higher productivity and a higher level of automation. But what does double lock-in mean? Companies might own the data, but who owns the learning? Once a company has committed to a third-party AI platform, they are double locked in. With rapid innovation in AI, they will soon realize that their algorithms have become outdated very quickly.