A journey of a thousand miles starts with the first step. So if your goal is to be a data scientist, where should you place your first step?
Here's a very useful post that can help you on your way, find out more ...
Bosch, better know as one of the world's larges supplier of automotive components, is apparently also teaching cars to see using Artificial Intelligence.
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If you need a high quality dataset focused on street scenes from 50 different cities, check out
The Cityscapes Dataset is intended for:
This Cityscapes Dataset is made freely available to academic and non-academic entities for non-commercial purposes such as academic research, teaching, scientific publications, or personal experimentation provided you agree to their license agreement.
Here's a pretty cool project that utilizes the cheap HC-SR04, actually, 8 of them at once for a 360 degree view for autonomous locomotion and parking. Not for commercial or industrial deployments thought, but it's good for learning how to fire 8 of these sensors without blocking the code and for testing various navigation algorithms without spending a wad of cash of lidars etc.
Oh, you don't have to buy the board if you don't want to. Just running through the concept and code is already really interesting.
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How to build your own DIY makeshift levitation machine at home
All you need is a 3D printer, ultrasonic transducers, an Arduino, patience...
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TinyLev: A multi-emitter single-axis acoustic levitator
now this I got to try ...
How to prevent forest from burning? A small Sigfox signal can prevent natural disasters.
Blizzard and DeepMind turn StarCraft II into an AI research lab!!!
Think you need a server farm to carry out facial and object recognition? Well, think again...
So what's the catch? The network still needs to be pre-trained BUT this is a already a huge step in the right direction!
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You'll get a much better sense of it from the full article.
and they can be surprisingly useful... lifting heavy crates, pulling cables through long and narrow crevices...
Some of my projects and a catalog of Useful Information I came across in my journey in IoT, AI, Automation, Robotics and Data Science.