Juliette Tisseyre, Lead Software Engineer in R&D at Margo, will answer to this question in the ML on Code devroom at FOSDEM 19 on Sunday 3rd February 2019 in Brussels.
Margo, Latitudes and makesense invite you to live a human and technological experience during the weekend of February 15th, February 16th: participating in a 24h Tech For Good Hackathon.
For the first time in France, Margo invites you to attend a talk from Evan Leybourn, founder of the Business Agility Institute. We propose you two formats of conference on the subject "Certain Uncertainty - The State of Business Agility" on November 27th, at 9am and at 12pm.
In this article we present a practical case study for building an AI model and deploying it in a mobile application, all in less than an hour.
If there is one thing that blockchain project developers who set up an ICO are looking for, it's investors. Everyone is asking who they are ... and where to find them. When it comes to investments in cryptocurrencies, there are three main categories of investor.
In 2020, corporate investment in data projects is expected to exceed 203 billion dollars worldwide. But at a time when many are claiming to be Data Driven Companies, lots of data projects end in failure. Yet most of these failures are unnecessary and due to well-known causes! Focus on the recurrent pitfalls to avoid.
When it comes to blockchain technology, people are familiar with contradictory facts but in many cases this technology is poorly understood, and those who speak of it have done no more than read the literature that is available online. So we'd like to offer you a 10-point analysis of what is said on a regular basis about blockchain.