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Computer Science courses with video lectures

Please Note: UC Berkeley course videos to be taken offline on 15th March 2017. As per website, Beginning March 15, 2017, iTunesU Course Capture …

Online Education

CodeFights raises $10 million round to expand its platform for testing coding skills of potential hires

CodeFights, which hopes to make hiring of programmers more meritocratic, says it has raised $10 million in a series A round.<p>The San Francisco-based company raised a $2.5 million seed round 18 months ago, and it has since partnered with companies such as Uber, Dropbox, Asana, and Quora to develop …

Amazon and Paul Allen-backed startup launches new product that lets developers create chatbots

KITT.AI is rolling out its newest flagship product.<p>Available today in beta, ChatFlow is a multi-platform framework for creating conversational …

entinsi.de

Google’s Go language ventures into machine learning

Machine learning developers who want to use Google's Go language as their development platform have a small but growing number of projects to choose …

Machine Learning

How you can master machine learning and AI

Any conversation about the current state of tech would be incomplete without mention of Machine Learning, the latest wave of programming that's making once futuristic inventions like artificial intelligence, self-driving cars, and smart homes a reality.<p>Believe it or not, you can learn the …

What is React? | React + Redux + Webpack (Part 1)

After React: Elm?

So you’ve mastered React, Redux, ES6, etc and you find yourself in a better position than a couple of years ago; now you’ve got a more maintainable …

Tutorial: Let's Build a Redux Powered React Application

In this blogpost, we’ll dig into Redux and learn why it’s valuable when building a React application. I’ll also walk you through building your first …

Software Engineering

A Short History Of Deep Learning -- Everyone Should Read

Deep learning is a topic that is making big waves at the moment. It is basically a branch of machine learning (another hot topic) that uses algorithms to e.g. recognize objects and understand human speech. Scientists have used deep learning algorithms with multiple processing layers (hence “deep”) …

Machine Learning

The why of the “social ventures incubator program?”

The City of Adelaide has shown incredible foresight and leadership last year when it tendered for a social enterprise incubator in Adelaide. You may …

Innovation

The Solution To Design Thinking

<i>And why making is fact, and everything else is opinion</i><p>A little over a week ago I posted The Problem With Design Thinking and I wanted to follow up …

Wearing headphones at a concert is music to your ears with this app

It might seem strange to cover your ears at a live concert, but Peeble could solve the problems of awful acoustics -- not to mention the guy in front of you who won't shut up.<p>I love live music. Hearing music played by talented musicians is...wow, I wish that guy in front of me would stop talking. …

Concerts

Successful Serial Entrepreneur David S. Rose: The Business Model All Startups Need to Be Using

Serial entrepreneur, angel investor and New York Times-bestselling author David S. Rose is a strong fixture in the startup community.<p>He is the founder and CEO of Gust, a platform that links up founders with interested investors in more than 80 countries. To date, more than $1.8 billion has been …

Entrepreneurship

9 things every React.js beginner should know

I've been using React.js for about 6 months now. In the grand scheme of things that's not very long at all, but in the ever-churning world of …

JavaScript

Deep Learning

Intersect 2018 Conference: Early Bird tickets now available! Amazing speakers, world-class hiring partners, and more!<p>Free Course<p>by<p>Take machine …

Can A $9 Computer Spark A New Wave Of Tinkering And Innovation?

When the first Mac computer came out in 1984, it cost nearly $2,500 and had a floppy drive for storage. In 2016, a spate of computers with a price as low as $5 and a lot more storage are hitting the market, and they may be opening up a new era of experimentation.<p>Recently, I got a look at one of …

Raspberry Pi

Intellectual property and how I protect my business from copycats

Gary Lancet’s new bookholder design was the start of a new career – but safeguarding his idea has been a full-time occupation<p>About 20 years ago I was working and studying hard for an Open University course. Hunched over my books, I started to suffer from neck pain.<p>I went to a physiotherapist, who …

Intellectual Property

Introducing Apex

Serverless architecture with AWS Lambda<p>Apex is a small program written in Go for managing “serverless” architecture via AWS Lambda, allowing you to …

Jaguar engineer: A mishap with Tesla's Autopilot could set back self-driving cars by a decade

Your brand-new Jaguar won't steer itself or automatically change lanes. But that's not because the British brand doesn't have the technology. It's …

Driverless Cars

Facebook Open Sources Its AI Hardware as It Races Google

In Silicon Valley, the new currency is artificial intelligence.<p>Over the last few years, a technology called deep learning has proven so adept at …

The Tesla AutoPilot - An In-Depth Look At The Technology Behind the Engineering Marvel - Page 2 of 6

A Brief Overview of DNNs and Autopilot Sensors<p><b>I think a (very) basic introduction on general Autopilot technology and DNNs is in order.</b> Those already …

Ask HN: What's your favorite online course?

The world’s fastest framework for building websites

What's modern about waiting for your site to build?<p>Hugo is the fastest tool of its kind. At <1 ms per page, the average site builds in less than a …

Clay Christensen says everyone misunderstands his theory of disruption — here's what it really means

The terms "disruptive innovation" and "disruptive technology" are at risk of becoming meaningless buzzwords, according to Harvard Business School professor Clayton Christensen, who introduced his theory of disruption 20 years ago.<p>As the number of "unicorn" companies, those valued at $1 billion or …

Innovation

The 15 most influential thinkers in business

You can credit Harvard Business School professor Clayton Christensen, for example, for sowing the seeds that became Silicon Valley's obsession with "disruption." And there are INSEAD professors W. Chan Kim and Renée Mauborgne, whose book "Blue Ocean Strategy" has sold 3.5 million copies and been …

Innovation

Coding By Design: A Design-First Approach

Working Backward<p>Our approach, called Coding By Design, begins with solving real problems for real people. We start with a design thinking approach to …

Apps