MLcourse

Day 2: Supervised Learning || ML Crash Course

Prelude Machine Learning on its own is a very big topic to cover, but there is a distinct feature that divides all the models under Machine learning into two groups, Supervised Machine Learning and Unsupervised Machine Learning. That distinct feature is the availability of labelled data. Supervised Learning is the
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MLcourse

Day 0: Getting your mind ready – ML Crash Course

Hey Guys! This is Manas from csopensource.com – “Your one-stop destination for everything computer science” and welcome to my Machine Learning Crash Course. This course is designed to be appealing even for the people with no coding experience whatsoever. Prelude With so much hype around Machine Learning, one would think
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MLcourse

Exciting ML Course coming up!

Hey guys! This is Manas from csopensource.com – “Your one-stop destination for everything computer science”. Prelude There has been a lot of buzz around Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning these days. In fact, we here at csopensource have also mentioned these buzzwords a couple of times. For all the people
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csquickie

What is “Spectre” and “Meltdown”? Why are they so dangerous?

 Prelude Spectre(exploit) and Meltdown(exploit) are security bugs that have the potential to inflict mayhem on practically any computer in the world. Bugs generally try to exploit some sort of vulnerability in code or system software like the Operating System or a particular program but what makes these bugs so deadly
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Quantum computing

“Quantum Computing- The next big thing?” – Quantum Computers pt. 2

Hey Guys, this is csopensource, your one stop destination for everything related to Computer Science! In the Previous post regarding “The problems of shrinking Transistor sizes”, we discussed about all the physical limits that a traditional computer is expected to abide by. Obviously, we cannot allow our computing power to
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Quantum computing

The Problem with Smaller Transistors – Quantum Computing pt. 1

Hey Guys! In today’s blog post I will be discussing about a new contender in the field of computing, the infamous Quantum Computer. This is part one of a two part series, this blog explains the limits of traditional computing and the Transistor. The next blog post explains the concepts
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Aicontent

Do robots deserve rights? What if machines become conscious?

Introduction Let’s take a look at the situation of a highly advanced Humanoid robot, which can simulate emotions.¬† At what point does the robot become human-like? At what point do we conclude that the robot has feelings? will we be forced to give robots, rights in the future? and is
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