TensorFlow Developer Summit 2020 was held as a virtual event on Wednesday, March 11th in US time last week. This is because all of the major developer events in the United States, including the Google event, have been canceled or postponed due to the emergence and spread of the corona virus. Still, as Megan Kacholia, … Continue reading TensorFlow Ecosystem(1): From ML development to distribution
The last day's keynote on AWS re:Invent 2019 was presented by Dr. Werner Vogel, CTO of Amazon. If Jessy announces new technologies and services on AWS, Werner shows in-depth technical architecture and case study to be adopted. Let's have a gist of the interesting last day's keynote! [Feature 1 - Dr. Werner Vogel's Keynote] From … Continue reading AWS re:Invent 2019 Keynote (3)
Following the previous my blog, I add to more preview features, Andy Jessy's Keynote on Youtube, and my view. 1. Amazon CodeGuru Amazon CodeGuru is a machine learning service for automated code review and application performance recommendations. Degrading service performance, finding the most expensive lines of code, and providing specific recommendations for fixing or improving … Continue reading AWS re:Invent 2019 Keynote (2)
I think AWS re:Invent 2019 keynote with Andy Jassy is so differently than other conferences like Google, Apple, Microsoft Build. It's because unknown rock band play famous pop songs in between the keynote presentation for plots. [Feature 1 - Unknown Band Plot] Sands Expo reminds me of tremendous CES visitors. As I compared to it … Continue reading AWS re:Invent 2019 Keynote (1)
What is autumn? It's a perfect day to read a book. Am I right? So I'm going to introduce the book I'm reading in a long time. [feature 1 - Leading Matters Book] The book title is Leading Matters: Lessons from My Journey. The author is John L. Hennessy, who is currently chairman of Alphabet, … Continue reading After reading ‘Leading Matters’ book
After following the units of previous blog, I felt it is huge potentials in AR/VR industry. Technically, Facebook's Spark AR Studio is amazing in many ways. This tool can create AR filters, use and distribute them. Until recently, the development environment through dedicated mobile apps now upgraded. Shortly, if you have the Instagram AR filter … Continue reading My First Impression of Spark AR Platform
Curiosity always brings me passion about technology and people. By chance I read a Facebook news letter on my outlook this week. Until then I didn't know anything about the news of Facebook's Spark AR Platform. For your information, I know this is not first AR Platform. Snap has already released Lens studio 2.0 by … Continue reading Get Spark AR Studio started!
Did you get help to understand SwiftUI from my previous blog? Continuously, I would like to show you how SwiftUI works by setting up a new project on Xcode 11 Beta from scratch, as well as by helping to understand the entry point and all views connections of this App. Download and install macOS Catalina … Continue reading Hello,SwiftUI – How it works
Apple announced SwiftUI Framework at the keynote of WWDC 2019 last week. I know that day is so very busy that you grab new features, but if you are developer, you might give a big applause of SwiftUI. In this year, Apple is a totally game changer in app development. So they revitalize Swift by … Continue reading A glance of SwiftUI: WWDC2019
Let's get started to learn a Functional API on TensorFlow 2.0. The functional API enables engineers to define complex topologies, including not only multi-input and multi-output models, but also advanced models with shared layers, models with remanent connections and a densely-connected network. Here we go! This is some codes about how to use the Function … Continue reading Keras on TensorFlow 2.0 (2) – Functional API
Following the series of TensorFlow 2.0 blogs, I summarize Keras in response to TensorFlow 2.0. Let's get started! What is Keras? Keras is not new framework, and many machine learning engineers are using this library. This is a handy high-level API standard for deep learning models widely adopted for fast prototyping and modern research. As … Continue reading Keras on TensorFlow 2.0 (1) – Sequential API
It's a very common question! What is the difference between artificial intelligence, AI, and machine learning? You know what? People often use when talking about ML, Artificial intelligence, and deep learning, and talk about how they are related to ML. How data is important to ML in a way that it's not in traditional software engineering? One way to … Continue reading What is AI versus ML?
[Update] After releasing Mac OS 13.1 Catalina, it didn't work. Apple blocked this tip because it might be considered the performance of sidecar app. So I would recommend using duet app, third-party app! (Oct 20, 2019) Sidecar is one of the most cool features on macOS Catalina. If you use a dual screen on your … Continue reading Tip: Sidecar – Use a dual Screen on old MacBook with iPad