Machine learning uses algorithms to turn a data set into a predictive model. Which algorithm works best depends on the problem
Stories by Martin Heller
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GPUs in the cloud put the predictive power of deep neural networks within reach of every developer
A few years ago I was the CTO and co-founder of a startup in the medical practice management software space. One of the problems we were trying to solve was how medical office visit schedules can optimize - everyone's - time. Too often, office visits are scheduled to optimize the physician's time, and patients have to wait way too long in overcrowded waiting rooms in the company of people coughing contagious diseases out their lungs.
From 3D views to managed provisioning processes, there’s a lot for Android app developers to love about Lollipop
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