…e it all. I wanted to make a bigger impact through my work, especially in non-profit organizations. In addition, after living in 3 countries (in 3 continents) in 6 years, I wanted to start a career that would not require me to find a new job and even a new field each time I move.
After arriving in Portland, the first thing I’ll do is sign up for daily job alerts, but it’s not what you’d expect. I’ll actually sign up for jobs I don’t want because then I’ll know what’s waiting for me the moment I stop hustling. I want the reminder every morning that if I don’t give my best that day, I’ll end up applying to one of those jobs.
…interested in learning more about the field of cybersecurity, because it’s certainly affecting you. Privacy, security, digital rights, free expression, the open web — these are all raging issues that trace back to the fundamental mechanics of networks.
Luckily, Class Central has an almost complete history of all the courses that have ever been offered. I combed through all the finished courses and made a list of a few popular courses. Where possible, I will recommend an alternative source to get access to the course videos.
Android wasn’t designed with virtual reality or augmented reality in mind. This seems to be where computing is heading. Starting fresh with Fuchsia will allow Google to focus on virtual reality from the beginning.
…ition based on their storage hosting services. Their offerings will determine the market direction. Image recognition may become a feature built into big cloud-based image storage systems. This move would eliminate prebuilt models as a separate product.
A popular definition originates from Arthur Samuel in 1959: machine learning is a subfield of computer science that gives “computers the ability to learn without being explicitly programmed.” In practice, this means developing computer programs that can make predictions based on data. Just as humans can learn from experience, so can computers, where data = experience.