The video conferencing software is used for businesses all around the world but the requirement of it is at its peak during this corona outbreak. All of the businesses have to operate from their homes, and because of it, the use of video conferencing software has become a necessity these days. While there are plenty of applications available in the market but there are a few of them that give you the best features with a secure platform. …Continue
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Every industry in the world is moving towards data-driven decision making, then one of the most popular and …Continue
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Summary: There are some interesting use cases where combining CNNs and RNN/LSTMs seems to make sense and a number of researchers pursuing this. However, the latest trends in CNNs may make this obsolete.
Written by Henry Hinnefeld, Lead Data Scientist at Civis Analytics
Mario Kart was a staple of my childhood — my friends and I would spend hours after school as Mario, Luigi, and other characters from the Nintendo universe racing around cartoonish tracks and lobbing pixelated bananas at each other. One thing that always vexed our little group of would-be…Continue
Machine Learning is being applied to almost everything these days, and the results are immaculate. With the introduction of Machine Learning APIs, developers don't have to train their own Machine Learning Algorithms, rather they can use these Machine Learning API's to create most interesting applications.
Recently, I red an article in which Ben Hubl applied Microsoft Cognitive Service Emotions API to do emotions analysis of video of Hillary and Trumps last debate. I was amazed to see…Continue
The folks at Ooyala continue to impress with their quarterly Video Index Report. Checkout Data Scientist, Matt Pisienski's perspective. Oh, and stay tuned until the end and watch the outtakes --that's where the real story is told!
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