A day in the life of a data scientist is, at the very least, multi-threaded (in terms of task processing, that is). Not only do they deal with several internal stakeholders to get their ideas through, they are also required to ensure their machine learning models are adequately trained in the requisite volume and dimensionality of data. Even more so, we may add, if Deep and reinforcement learning is at play.
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Computer storage has followed Moore’s Law, sure, but computing prowess that is a prerequisite for Artificial Intelligence model development, has not. And at the core of this problem lies a technology relic from decades ago – The Central Processing Unit. This article aims to make the case of the CPU being closely supplemented by Graphical Processing Units, or GPUs, to accelerate AI model training and deep learning exponentially- something the industry needs very badly today, indeed.
5 Most Preferred Programming Languages for AI Engineers in 2020
Near about 14% of the workforce or 375 million people worldwide could lose their jobs to AI and automation.
Take a step back and look over the year that has gone by. What have you achieved? Are you being monolingual?
For someone in the tech industry, this might render your career obsolete. In times when AI is taking over the world, being monolingual can be a disadvantage.
The very nature of the technology industry requires you to stay updated in the latest tech skills, latest advances taking place in the IT industry. AI engineers are in demand, job opportunities are plentiful, but where are the skilled AI experts?
AI comes up with amazing breakthroughs in the tech industry today. But to get there, they still require skilled AI professionals to take up the responsibility.
As you embark your journey in the AI career these are the topmost programming languages you need to learn: -
What is AI Algorithm? Difference Between a Regular Algorithm and AI Algorithm
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a word that needs no more introduction. There are so many concepts evolved around AI… Like neural networks, computer vision, NLP, etc., among them there is one particular word which has became very popular recently is Algorithm.
When it comes to algorithms most people presume that algorithm means using AI. But there is a whole lot difference between these two.