hello everybody my name is Chris and today we’re gonna talk about transfer learning I think transfer learning is really cool because it lets you take a small data set and actually create a really accurate model we’re gonna do this by leveraging very large networks that were trained for many hours or even days
Personalizations for Google AdWords using Unless. What’s the advantage of using Personalizations for your advertising? Advertising personalizations are some of the most profitable and easy personalizations you can set up. Experiments that we’ve run on our customers have shown a performance increase of as much as 30 percent, simply by creating more relevant landing pages.
Welcome to YouTube Original Stages, once home to Howard Hughes’s Spruce Goose assembly hangar, and home to much of the firstIron Man,filmed 12 years ago. Many happy memories here. And speaking of taking a look back… Technology. It’s advancing faster and taking less time to be widely adopted than ever before, like as in it
TIMOTHY JORDAN: Hello, I’m Timothy Jordan for “The Developer Show.” This is your update about the coolest developer news from Google in the last week. We recently launched a global series of events for Actions on Google that include tutorials on how to build your first action and advanced sessions on how to use the
(upbeat music) Hello and welcome. My name is Sanjay Soni. Here is a micro-learning, readiness video. Hi Sanjay, thanks for having me. I’m Anna Thomas. I’m an applied data scientist on the Azure data team, and today I hope to show you a little bit more about ML and AI and some of the things
This is the cutting edge. This is the IBM Power System AC922. This is not your ordinary server. This is faster than a cheetah strapped to a racecar that’s strapped to a rocket that’s strapped to an even bigger rocket. The cutting edge has a built-in accelerator that uses GPUs to crush the heaviest data
Electronics keep getting smaller, and it’s all thanks to electric switches called transistors. When these little fellas replaced vacuum tubes, computers went from the size of entire rooms to merely the corner of a room. In the 60-odd years since, transistors have kept shrinking, scaling down and powering up our electronics with them. But many