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Recently, models with billions or trillions of parameters have shown significant advances in machine learning capabilities and accuracy. For example, Google’s LaMDA model is able to engage in a free-flowing conversation with users about a large variety of topics. There is enormous interest within the machine learning research and product communities in leveraging large models …

The term “serverless” has infiltrated most cloud conversations, shorthand for the natural evolution of cloud-native computing, complete with many productivity, efficiency and simplicity benefits. The advent of modern “Functions as a Service” platforms like AWS Lambda and Google Cloud Functions heralded a new way of thinking about cloud-based applications: a move away from monolithic, slow-moving …

Once, there were only three types of clouds: public, private, and the nebulous hybrid cloud which, depending on whom one asked, entailed a synthesis of the first two or one of them enjoined with on-premise resources. A number of more recent developments, however, have occurred to multiply the types of clouds and their purposes into …

Historically, many employers have limited their searches for entry-level technical talent to universities with top-ranked computer science programs. As the world begins to emerge from COVID-19 – with companies hiring in droves and demand for software developers far outweighing supply – it’s an ideal time to rethink that approach. To remain competitive, employers must seek tech talent in new …

Throughout our lifetimes we consume, collate, curate, host and produce a staggering quantity of data – some by our own hand, some by others on our behalf, and some without our knowledge or consent. Collectively, our “digital footprints” represent who we are and who we were. Our digital legacies are immortal and can impact those …

Predicting the future is hard and risky. Predicting the future in the computing industry is even harder and riskier due to dramatic changes in technology and limitless challenges to innovation. Only a small fraction of innovations truly disrupt the state of the art. Some are not practical or cost-effective, some are ahead of their time, …

Cloud Service providers are vendors which provide Information Technology (IT) as a service over the Internet. Cloud computing is a term which is used for storing and accessing data over the internet. It doesn’t store any data on the hard disk of your PC. Cloud companies helps you to access your data from a remote …

There are many reasons to learn find, so download our free find cheat sheet to help you learn more about the command. Regardless of how organized I resolve to be, it seems there are always times when I just can’t locate a file. Sometimes it’s because I can’t remember the name of the file in …

Python is already one of the essential languages ​​in the programming world. However, lately, we have seen that technology is invading other areas as well. One of the main applications is artificial intelligence which means that companies are already learning to adopt the language to make better decisions and achieve results aligned with business goals. …

The business impact companies are making with big data analytics is driving investment in digital transformation across the board. Faced with multiple waves of disruption in a COVID-19 world, almost 92% of companies are reporting plans to spend the same or more on data/AI projects, according to a recent survey from NewVantage Partners. Small wonder. Data mature companies are …