Articles filed in category 'Artificial Intelligence'

  • If you’ve been thinking that Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are a bit out of your league, think again. Sahil shows that you’re already using and benefiting from it, and you can create it too.
  • Bots are no longer some cool effect in a sci-fi movie. Sahil shows you how to begin programming yours.
  • Your household will never be the same after you get Alexa. Chris shows you how to help her understand your requests by building a small trivia game.
  • Got a sinking feeling that you’re missing something in Artificial Intelligence? This article is only the tip of the iceberg, but Wei-Meng offers you a helping hand into the lifeboat called Microsoft Azure Machine Learning Studio.
  • When it’s time to wire your house to precipitate your every whim or need, you want to be sure that your robot doesn’t mistake “catsup” for “catnip.” Sahil talks about facial recognition and how it’s connected to speech and understanding.
  • In this next installment of his exploration into artificial intelligence, Sahil explores Microsoft Cognitive Services’ ability to recognize voices from a thirty-second sample.
  • Using Cognitive Services, Wei-Meng shows you how ordinary mortals can create intelligent machines with human-like reactions. Siri and Alexa (and your Roomba) are going to have some new friends once you see how accessible it all is.
  • Learning R sets you up for creating machine learning projects. Wei-Meng takes a close look at the language, which can implement a wide variety of statistical techniques, tests, analysis, classification, clustering, and can help you produce publication-quality graphs.
  • Python has long been the favorite language of open-source developers. Nicola shows Windows and iOS developers how to take advantage of Python’s many qualities using Visual Studio.
  • In this next installment of his exploration into artificial intelligence, Sahil show you how to get LUIS to understand even if you misspell or mispronounce something.
  • If you need your data secure, there’s probably no better way to ensure it than a Blockchain. Wei-Meng explains how it all works and then helps you build your own.