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Read how Python is The Most Important Language of Machine Learningby George institute of Data science
Machine learning is a type of intelligence that allows the computer the ability to learn without being explicitly programmed. Python is one of the most important and popular programming languages in the field of Machine Learning. TIOBE index has declared Python ...
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When will the latest edition of AI — A Modern Approach by Stuart Russell be released?by Bhasha Bhavanishankar
How much time should I expect to wait?
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How do I begin with AI ?by Bapin Malakar
Hi, I am totally bored of traditional app development and websites and all that. I wish to start learning AI and implement it in my programs. Can anyone guide me for this ?
Thanks in advance :)
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Neuralink and the Brain's Magical Future (WaitButWhy)by Anant Jain
In this 38,000-word (really) long post (Neuralink and the Brain's Magical Future), Tim Urban does a brilliant analysis of why Elon Musk wants to start Neuralink — his latest company that wants to build a neural lace, a high bandwidth whole brain interface that can read and write to the brain at the same speed computers read and write data to each other. The post is split into 6 parts, and although there's no way I can do justice to a post this long by trying to summarize it here, I can go through some of my top observations from the post:
Part 1: The Human Colossus: This part is about realizing the importance of how important an invention language has been. Instead of everyone's brain staying isolated, we could start working towards a combined human colossus by talking to each other and passing our collective knowledge down the generations.
Part 2: The Brain: This part is a thorough course on the various parts and mechanics of our brains. Reading this part made me truly appreciate the complexity of our brains for the first time.
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Students Vs Professionals Amid COVID-19: Survive (or) Thrive in the AI Careerby Michael Lyam
From a bustling lifestyle to lockdown, from lay-offs to furloughs, COVID-19 has ransacked the lives of many working professionals.
Right now, we’re all working toward managing a better future in multiple ways. Our lifestyle has changed, our leaning has changed, and even the way we work has changed. Who would have thought about the spread of coronavirus today, we were all just living normal lives? Until the pandemic!
Every person who is looking to thrive on this planet will need new skillsets to be successful in the near future. This near-future could be a month from now, a year or perhaps a decade. This is crucial for students (the professors or mentors teaching them) as well as professionals with the records by the WEF (World Economic Forum) stating two-thirds of the students today will be efficient for jobs that do not exist yet. Not to mention, LinkedIn ranked AI and cloud computing to be emerging jobs in 2020.
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Will Artificial Intelligence (AI) Cause Unemployment in the Future?by Shaun Simmons
Will Artificial Intelligence Cause Unemployment in the Future?