Introduction to Deep learning for beginners

Short Bytes: Deep Learning has high computational demands. To develop and commercialize Deep Learning applications, a suitable hardware architecture is required. There is a huge ongoing competition to develop efficient hardware platforms for Deep Learning application deployment. Here, we shall discuss specific hardware requirements and how the future looks for Deep Learning hardware. Deep Learning is the

What you need to know about the Deep Web, Dark Web and DarkNet

most of us, the internet is limited to ten twenty or maybe fifty websites. Most of this limited collection is in the form of Google websites and services. In reality, the internet is enormous, and it has around one billion websites existing on servers around the globe. Even with those million websites, the internet isn’t

Build your very own chrome Extension within 10 minutes!

One of my favourite things about the Chrome web browser is how extensible it is. It seems like there is a Chrome plugin for just about everything you could ever possibly want. But, have you ever wanted to create your own Chrome extension? Have you ever wondered how difficult the process would be or what

Using Octave for Data Science 0S X

installing Octave for the Stanford Machine Learning class, I decided I should jot this down for posterity or anyone else in a similar position. This should give you a working Octave install that plays nice with Gnuplot. (Most of this comes from Octave’s wiki with help from a StackOverflow post or two.) Instead of using