Now, do you think the wife could teach it too cook?
Also can it learn from online videos? I need it to learn to clean, I've bookmarked all my favourite videos,
The hype around AI promises interesting work and fat paychecks, so no wonder everyone wants in. But the scarcity in talent means that researchers, engineers and developers are looking for ways to pick up new skills to get ahead. The best framework to get stuck into if you want to be employable in AI is probably TensorFlow, …
Presumably this was a while ago. Nowadays AI & ML is all very trendy, with lots of conference speakers foaming at the mouth with these buzzwords, typically including "big data" & "deep learning". A quick search on Monster shows the first job in the region of £70k-120k for a data scientist. Not too shabby.
Don't bother with TensorFlow directly unless you like inflicting pain on yourself or really know what you're doing. Keras is a much more expressive API over it and a couple of other common ML frameworks. You'll have a far more pleasant experience as a newbie, as you'll only have to learn the deep learning concepts and not the quirks of the library.
Some AI is mind-blowing and more than just tricky to fully better understand and employ for remote command of virtual controls.
Do you doubt that we are in a new era, with Myriad APT ACTive Areas of such Sublime Control?
Do you need to see proof in order to believe and accept the proposition as being real and currently running deep in as many vital systems as it has been necessary for exercise of demonstrations?
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