IBM Watson and Udacity want developers to learn AI online

How Watson and @udacity want developers to learn #AI online:  via @techcrunch

  • IBM Watson and Udacity want developers to learn AI online
  • AI is not about to take over or destroy the world.
  • An AI watching you will make you one hundred times more efficient at your job, and it will free up a lot of your time.
  • Yes, the AI nanodegree will be taught by humans.
  • I think AI is to the human mind what the steam engine was to the human body…I see this as positive news for the world.”

Udacity, the education platform focused on helping workers gain skills they need for great careers in tech, has partnered with IBM Watson, Didi Chuxing and..
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IBM Watson and Udacity want developers to learn AI online

IBM Watson and Udacity want developers to learn #AI online:   via @techcrunch

  • Google gets better at flagging apps trying to fake their way into the Play Store’s top charts
  • IBM Watson and Udacity want developers to learn AI online
  • AI is not about to take over or destroy the world.
  • An AI watching you will make you one hundred times more efficient at your job, and it will free up a lot of your time.
  • Yes, the AI nanodegree will be taught by humans.

Udacity, the education platform focused on helping workers gain skills they need for great careers in tech, has partnered with IBM Watson, Didi Chuxing and..
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Baidu follows US tech giants and open-sources its deep learning tools

Baidu follows US tech giants and open sources its deep learning tools

  • 9:00 AM Mossberg: The post-Jobs Apple has soared financially, but lacks a breakthrough product
  • 8:10 AM Acer announces the thinnest and fattest laptops in the world
  • 8:00 AM Lytro releases the first footage shot by its VR camera
  • 1:45 PM the wristband turns your fingers into a phone
  • 2:30 PM The $400 Moto Z Play could be Android’s new battery champion

Microsoft, Google, Facebook, and Amazon have all done it — and now Baidu’s doing it, too. The Chinese tech giant has open sourced one of its key machine learning tools, PaddlePaddle, offering the…
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