Guide to Convolutional Neural Networks: A Practical Application to Traffic-Sign Detection and Classification
Introducing the fundamental concepts of convolutional neural networks (ConvNets), this self-contained guide offers practical guidance on using libraries to implement ConvNets in applications of traffic sign detection and classification. As no prior background knowledge in the field is required to follow the material, the book is ideal for all students of computer vision and machine learning, and will also be of great interest to practitioners working on autonomous cars and advanced driver assistance systems.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) New York 2018 provided conference attendees with an unsurpassed opportunity to learn about the latest breakthroughs in AI. Laser focused on AI business development, the conference offered presentations by many of the world's top AI practitioners, including industry leaders such as Xerox PARC CEO Tolga Kurtoglu, Intuit CDO Ashok, IBM AI VP Al Dario Gil, and more. If there was just one take away from AI-New York 2018, it's this: AI will have an enormous impact on your business—don’t get left behind.
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DevOps is a software methodology where the operations and development staff participating together in the entire service lifecycle, from the design phase through to the development and production phases. In this course you will learn the fundamentals of the DevOps methodology, and the principals and processes of the DevOps workflow. You will also be introduced to various DevOps tools such as JIRA, Confluence, Bitbucket, GitHub, and HipChat and how they are used for processes such as collaboration and code sharing.
AWS CloudFormation is a keystone service of Amazon Web Services. To truly realize the agility, flexibility, and cost-saving benefits of AWS, teams must leverage automation and AWS CloudFormation is one of the most powerful tools at our disposal for automating the creation of and updates to our AWS infrastructure. This course will follow a learn-by-doing approach and will be heavily based on live demos; attendees will be encouraged to follow along.
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