August 16, 2016

Emergent Future Weekly: Recapping the Google Brain Team's Reddit AMA

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. 

August 15, 2016

Using Predictive Algorithms to Track Real Time Health Trends

This is a guest post by Chris Hannam, a professional Python and Java developer. Want to contribute your own how-to post? Let us know contact us here.

We've shown how to use predictive algorithms to track economic development. In this tutorial, we're going to build a real-time health dashboard...

August 11, 2016

Introduction to Natural Language Processing (NLP)

August 10, 2016

Weekly Emergent Future News Roundup: Autopilot Saves a Life, FB's 404 Lab, Apple's Bet on AI, and Bots on Bots on Bots

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...

August 09, 2016

Machine Learning Datasets For Data Scientists

Finding a good machine learning dataset is often the biggest hurdle a developer has to cross before starting any data science project. Whether you're new to machine learning, or a professional data scientist, finding a good machine learning dataset is the key to extracting actionable insights....

August 05, 2016

Apple Pivots Car Project, Seymour Papert Has Died, AI for Office Apps, and Machine Learning in Science

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 sciencePlus, projects to try at home, and our top reads from the past week. 

August 01, 2016

An NLP Approach to Analyzing Twitter, Trump, and Profanity

Who swears more? Do Twitter users who mention Donald Trump swear more than those who mention Hillary Clinton? Let's find out by taking a natural language processing approach (or, NLP for short) to analyzing tweets.

This walkthrough will provide a basic introduction to help developers of all...

July 27, 2016

Tesla's Big Plans, DeepMind Pays For Itself, Internet Drones, and Moore's Law

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 watchPlus, projects to try at home, and our top reads from the past week. 

July 27, 2016

The 17 Best Images Reddit Colorized Using 'Colorize It'

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.

July 14, 2016

Announcing Cloud Hosted Deep Learning Models with Support for GPUs (July 2016 Newsletter)

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