How YOU Can Make BuzzFeed Style Video Content – Tubefilter

BuzzFeed’s massive success in video is unquestionable. Currently, the video offshoot of the incredibly popular site dedicated to listicles, animated GIFs, and hard news is generating over 250,000,000 views a month on YouTube alone, and that's just on its flagship BuzzFeedVideo channel. If you add up the monthly views from BuzzFeed's rainbow of brother and sister

2019-06-21T16:30:12-05:00February 3rd, 2018|Categories: Science4Data|

Data analysis, tech and fish waste make urban farms viable

In London, in a former bomb shelter underneath Clapham Common, for example, Growing Underground cultivates leafy greens, such as watercress, rocket and coriander. Built to shelter up to 8,000 people during the second world war, its tunnels now house rows of plants.“It was all [done using] standard agricultural equipment, save for LEDs,” says Steve Dring, co-founder

2017-10-31T03:43:18-05:00October 31st, 2017|Categories: Science4Data|

An in-depth look at Google’s first Tensor Processing Unit (TPU)

There’s a common thread that connects Google services such as Google Search, Street View, Google Photos and Google Translate: they all use Google’s Tensor Processing Unit, or TPU, to accelerate their neural network computations behind the scenes Source: An in-depth look at Google’s first Tensor Processing Unit (TPU) | Google Cloud Big Data and Machine Learning

2019-06-21T16:30:20-05:00October 22nd, 2017|Categories: Science4Data|

New Theory Cracks Open the Black Box of Deep Neural Networks | WIRED

Like a brain, a deep neural network has layers of neurons—artificial ones that are figments of computer memory. When a neuron fires, it sends signals to connected neurons in the layer above. During deep learning, connections in the network are strengthened or weakened as needed to make the system better at sending signals from input data—the

2017-10-09T18:30:03-05:00October 9th, 2017|Categories: Science4Data|