In 2013, along with a colleague and two PhD students, A/Prof Tara Murphy from the University of Sydney's astro group started Grok Learning, an online platform that provides computing education for school students, teachers and universities.Read More
Siemens’ MindSphere is a cloud-based, open operating system for the Internet of Things (IoT). This white paper outlines how MindSphere makes data actionable and transforms it into measurable business success.
Andreas Mueller, lecturer at the Data Science Institute at Columbia University shares his thoughts on the current and future state of Jupyter. He will also be speaking at JupyterCon, August 22-25, 2017, in New York City.Read More
Companies new to the space can learn a great deal from early adopters who have invested billions into AI and are now beginning to reap a range of benefits. In this independent discussion paper, we examine investment in artificial intelligence (AI), describe how it is being deployed by companies that have started to use these technologies across sectors, and aim to explore its potential to become a major business disrupter.Read More
To accelerate the pace of open machine-learning research, Google is developing the TensorFlow Research Cloud, a cluster of 1,000 Cloud TPUs that will be made available free of charge to support a broad range of computationally-intensive research projects.
The official Planet Labs blog. For all your space satellite and imagery news. You can also follow Planet Labs on Twitter @planetlabs.Read More
iObserve is the astronomical app you were waiting for. It is a Mac app (10.9+) that allow you to push the preparation of your observations to a much higher level. It is a 6-years old app, and after more than 4 years as a paid app in the MacAppStore, it is now free.
A great blog post by Gil Fewster about Google's recent AI "breakthrough".Read More
A curated list of articles about scientific computing & machine learning, emerging technologies & trends, space explorations, astronomy, and data visualisation. Basically all things tech.
GE Digital announced that it had entered into a definitive agreement to acquire machine learning technology company Wise.io. The acquisition will enable GE Digital to further accelerate development of advanced machine learning and data science offerings on the Predix platform. Berkeley-based Wise.io was founded in 2013 by UC Berkeley astronomer Prof. Joshua Bloom, to bring high-performance machine learning to the business world.
An intensive seven-week professional training fellowship for scientists and engineers with machine learning experience to learn cutting-edge techniques in deep learning and join top AI teams in Silicon Valley and New York City.Read More