The 404 Error Scanner microservice is a useful tool for developers, data analysts, or content managers that need to validate URLs and keep tabs on broken links in a scalable and systematic way. This microservice makes finding and fixing broken links easy. It’s perfect for enterprise sites,...
This month we feature three guest posts from the Algorithmia community: a tutorial for creating a predictive health dashboard, an algorithm to predict Python code using deep learning, and how to build a chatbot that summarizes text. Want to write a guest post for the blog? Let me know!
Issue 22 This week self-driving taxis debut in Singapore, we learn thatspeech-to-text algorithms are now faster and more accurate than human typing. Let's take a dive inside Apple and its AI ambitions, and check out Facebook's open sourced computer vision algorithms.
Issue 21 This week we look at Uber's self-driving cars launching in Pittsburgh this month, and how Ford and BMW are keeping pace. We take a look at Intel's "merged reality" headset. And, recap Chris Dixon's 11 transformative technologies, along with news from the past week that should restore...
Issue 20 We change things up for our 20th issue with a recap of the Google Brain Team's Reddit AMA. The team spent nearly five hours answering questions about artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning, and the future of the team.
Issue 19 This week we look at a self-driving car that saves the driver's life, the Facebook 404 Hardware lab, how Apple's betting on AI, why a bunch of bots are hacking other bots, and a reminder that the Google's Brain Team has an AMA next week. Plus, projects to try at home, and our top reads...
Issue 18 This week we look at Apple's autonomous car project, reflect on the passing of AI pioneer Seymour Papert, check out the AI updates to Microsoft Office apps, and review some uses of machine learning in science. Plus, projects to try at home, and our top reads from the past week.
Issue 17 This week we review Elon Musk's big plans for Tesla, how Google uses DeepMind to save millions of dollars, why Zuckerberg is building a fleet of internet drones, and check in on Moore's Law death watch. Plus, projects to try at home, and our top reads from the past week.
When we created the Colorize It demo, we were just trying to show off how Algorithmia can now host and distribute trained deep learning models that use GPUs in the cloud. As it turns out, a lot of people are interested in colorizing black and white photos.