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Historically, one of the first implementations of the QA system was the program BASEBALL (1961), created at Stanford University. It was able to answer questions about baseball league scores, statistics etc., using a rule-based language model for “decoding”, generation of natural text and access to a baseball relational database for […]
What is Logistic Regression? Logistic Regression is a Machine Learning algorithm used to make predictions to find the value of a dependent variable such as the condition of a tumor (malignant or benign), classification of email (spam or not spam), or admission into a university (admitted or not admitted) by […]
Image Recognition in Python based on Machine Learning – Example & Explanation for Image Classification Model
The brain consists of neurons and weights connecting between them. Machine learning Algorithms follow the same design of brain structure as it has neurons in the so-called layer and weights connecting between them that are updated according to a specific loss function. Different neural networks mimic different brain functionalities.
What should be your mobile app development plan? Should you have a progressive web app, or should you stick to a native app? Let’s compare PWAs and native apps and see what’s best for your business growth and what your users prefer.
There are millions of websites in the world today, and each one of these sites is competing for the top spot in SERPs. After all, the top spot translates to better visibility and lots of eyeballs. If everything is done right, you can convert these eyeballs to loyal paying customers. […]
In the following article, we will discuss what cross-platform development is, what benefits it brings, and what frameworks you can use for it. Let’s dive in! What is a Cross-Platform App Development? Cross-platform application development is about building a single application that can run on various operating systems, instead of […]
Let us start with a question: Why is Python popular in software development? If you’re wondering why the language tops the technology popularity charts, here are some of the reasons: The scientific community uses it It’s heavily leveraged by Machine Learning/AI teams It’s popular among businesses and is often applied […]
It’s highly probable that at some point your business will have to go through a data migration process. Data migration involves moving current data from one storage system or computer to another.
If you’re reading this post, then you’ve likely heard that Laravel is the recommended PHP framework for robust application security. You might wonder, however, what exactly makes Laravel the preferred choice and how far its security options extend.
With the year 2020 just around the corner, shopping and selling online is now nothing short of a commodity. Amazon, eBay, AliExpress, and Walmart…It’s hard to remember what it was like before these and other online sales giants made it possible to get any item shipped straight to our doorstep!
If you’re not A/B testing your content you’re literally letting your money go out of the window. The only way to truly review and improve your conversion funnel is through A/B testing.
We live in the age of the cloud. Year after year, the adoption of cloud-based solutions is growing. Databases, applications, storage, infrastructure, tools, platforms, or networks, are just a few among the many services and resources delivered over the cloud.
Could you imagine a world with self-driving cars or phones that can tell you out loud what the weather will be like tomorrow? Where software applications learn by themselves without being programmed by a human? Oh, wait, this is already happening – all thanks to machine learning.
Did you know that Python currently ranks as the most popular coding language in the world?
That’s right – according to the interactive Top Programming Languages ranking run by IEEE Spectrum, Python has now outpaced Java and taken first place.
When you look around a subway station during rush hours, what do you see? Likely, a crowd of commuting people keeping themselves busy with a smartphone at hand. Actually, it’s quite possible you’ll see more people chatting or scrolling through a website or a favorite app than those who aren’t!