The year 2018 has come, and it is almost gone. If there is anything we should be thankful for, it is the tech trends that this year brought with it.[…]
The shift from accessing the Internet on desktops and laptops to browsing on smartphones has been rather swift. According to a global digital report from We are Social, the number of smartphone users worldwide, crossed 5.135 billion. Unlike what the skeptics had predicted, mobile app development was no bubble, nor was it an impermanent trend destined to run out, like an iPhone battery running on iOS 11. Mobile apps are a culture we have all grown accustomed to, given their presence as location-based apps, to their development on the spectrum of augmented and virtual reality. In fact, as per Statista, by the year 2020, mobile apps are expected to generate $188.9 billion as global revenue.
Does this problem sound familiar to you? You save a Word document as ‘v1.doc’, then make some changes and save the new version as ‘v2.doc’. A colleague might email back some changes, then rename that document to ‘v2John.doc’ destroying the whole idea of a well-defined genealogy of
Organisations are so eagerly looking for developers capable of creating machine learning and deep learning applications. In recent years, the development of advanced and smart applications makes it easier to[…]
It’s time to consider it as part of a solution in your business – if you haven’t already. Machine learning uses statistical techniques to give computer systems the ability to “learn” and adapt. Then, they are able to make predictions based on that data.
The tech industry evolves at a rapid pace, and although there are new innovations and evolutions that we don’t see coming, there are also a handful of trends that we at Treehouse already expect to have a big impact this year….
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We’re excited to announce that Treehouse has partnered with IBM on a new course called Build a Chatbot with Watson APIs. Watson is the AI platform for business from IBM (made famous by its appearance on Jeopardy! in 2011), and it’s a collection…
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This week we welcome Adrian Rosebrock (@PyImageSearch) as our PyDev of the Week. Adrian is the author of several books on Python and OpenCV. He is also the author of PyImageSearch.com, a very popular Python blog that focuses on computer vision. Let’s take some time to get to know him a bit better!
Can you tell us about yourself and PyImageSearch?