At Algorithmia, we believe in democratizing access to state-of-the-art algorithmic intelligence.
This month, look at the three big machine learning trends and the future of artificial intelligence.
Issue 15 This week we learn about the machine learning ninjas at Google, check in with a company retrofitting old cars with new tech, discover Apple's computer vision capabilities, and anxiously wait for delivery drones taking flight. Plus, what we're reading and a few things for you to try at...
We know how hard and frustrating it is to have data stored in one location when you need it in another. Wouldn’t it be better to not have to deal with uploading your data to a new service in order to work with it?
Need to create a simple Amazon S3 image processing pipeline to batch edit images? Now that Algorithmia supports Amazon S3 integration, here's a quick way to automatically create thumbnails with custom dimensions.
Need to create a Dropbox image processing pipeline to batch edit images? Now that Algorithmia supports Dropbox integration, here’s a quick way to automatically create thumbnails with custom dimensions.
Issue 14 This week we check in on Twitter's machine learning plans, ask if deep learning is magic or just math, celebrate the latest net neutrality ruling, and share some videos to watch. Plus, what we're reading and a few things for you to try at home.
Issue 13 This week we check in on Larry Page's flying-car project, get a primer in AI, ML, and Deep Learning, take a look at all the Apple WWDC news, and check out the Vive VR headset. Plus, what we're reading and a few things for you to try at home.
Every company is now a data company, capable of using machine learning in the cloud to deploy intelligent apps at scale, thanks to three machine learning trends: data flywheels, the algorithm economy, and cloud-hosted intelligence.
Issue 12 This week we recap Mary Meeker's latest Internet Trends Report, and check in on Facebook's latest AI project. Prepare to be shocked by Elon Musk's wildest ideas yet (spoiler: you live in a video game, and we're going to Mars!), and a researcher used a neural network to recreate Blade...