Tag Archives: machine learning

Google I/O 2019 event in 13 minutes

(audience cheering) – Good morning, good morning. Wonderful to be back here at Shoreline with all of you. Last year we launched a new feature in Google News called Full Coverage, and we have gotten great feedback on it from our users. We’ll be bringing full coverage directly to Search to better organize results for… Read More »

Self Service AI in Power BI Desktop | Community Webinar

>>Hi all. Good morning or good evening, depending on where you’re located. Thank you for joining our Power BI webinar, and my name is Deepak Shankar. I’m a community manager within the Microsoft Business Application group. Today, we have Markus, an MVP with with us, who will walk through the new Power BI features and… Read More »

Past, Present and Future of AI / Machine Learning (Google I/O ’17)

Camels, Code & Lab Coats: How AI Is Advancing Science and Medicine

man: There’s been many innovations over the years that drive science. If you go back in history, many scientific insights actually derived from new tools that were able to measure new things. AI is very, very good at finding new paths that haven’t been seen before. It’s almost an enhancement on our ability to sense… Read More »

The Age of A.I. | Official Trailer

Technology. it’s advancing faster, and taking less time to be widely adopted, Than ever before. Launch A.I. A.I. is basically an emulation of us. You’re one very special person to me. Autonomous driving started. A.I. can give us that answer that we’ve been seeking all along. Are we alone? Each time we create a more… Read More »

Kevin Richard – How to rank on Google Turkey? A machine learning-based ranking factor study

Now, I am inviting Kevin Richards to the stage. Hi everyone. My name is Kevin Richard. Actually it’s Richard. I’m French. So I think that since I am in Istanbul, Turkey, I should try to say one phrase in Turkish, right? [Turkish] Hello friends. Please excuse me but since my Turkish is more or less… Read More »

Data scientist at New York university | coursera | IBM

(popping) (upbeat music) – Everybody knows how to program, at least a little bit. They all have a little bit of programming background at least, and some of them have a lot. Some of them are masters of science and computer science, some of them are MBA students who’ve come in from technical fields and… Read More »

Building on Google Cloud with SeMI Technologies – Stack Chat