Bridge the gap between traditional and deep learning with one line of code.
DeepMind, an Alphabet subsidiary, continues to pump out useful software libraries for the machine learning research community. It just released Acme, an RL agent trainer, and Reverb, an RL agent data storage library.
With TorchServe, Facebook and AWS continue to narrow the gap between machine learning research and production.
For many, the COVID-19 pandemic has proven to be ice on the highway from remote-friendly to remote-first work: we were getting there, but now we’re arriving much faster and with much less control. It’s time to see who will thrive and who will struggle.
Via CORD-19, The White House has called upon the data science community for delivering insights from NLP and other machine learning algorithms.
Deepnote, a San-Fransisco-based startup, aims to provide a better Jupyter notebook experience through seamless features and external integrations.
With the release of AutoGluon, AWS now offers both managed and automated machine learning in its cloud platform, further lowering the bar into ML & AI.
There’s a better approach than asking whether you need math to do machine learning.