Identify Suspicious Behavior in Video with Databricks Runtime for Machine Learning

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Apache Spark, Company Blog, Deep Learning, Deep Learning Pipelines, Education, Engineering Blog, Machine Learning, OpenCV, Platform, Product, TensorFlow, Video Analytics

Try this notebook series in Databricks With the exponential growth of cameras and visual recordings, it is becoming increasingly important to operationalize and automate the process of video identification and categorization. Applications ranging from identifying the correct cat video to visually categorizing objects are becoming more prevalent.  With millions of users around the world generating […]

A Guide to AI, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning Talks at Spark + AI Summit Europe

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Within a couple of years of its release as an open-source machine learning and deep learning framework, TensorFlow has seen an amazing rate of adoption. Consider the number of stars on its github page: over 105K; look at the number of contributors: 1500+; and observe its growing penetration and pervasiveness in verticals: from medical imaging […]

A Guide to AI, Machine Learning, and Data Science Talks at Spark + AI Summit

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Apache Spark, Company Blog, Data Science, Deep Learning, Deep Learning Pipelines, Events, Machine Learning, PySpark

By any measurement today, in the digital media, technical conferences and citations, or searches on Google trends, the frequency of terms like artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning or data science is on the rise. A special reportin The Economist makes the case that Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML), and its purported tectonic […]

A Guide to TensorFlow Talks at Spark + AI Summit 2018

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Apache Spark, Company Blog, Deep Learning Pipelines, Events, Keras, Spark + AI Summit, TensorFlow

Within a couple of years of its release as an open-source machine learning and deep learning framework, TensorFlow has seen an amazing rate of adoption. Consider the number of stars on its github page: 98+K; look at the number of contributors: 1500+; and observe its growing penetration and pervasiveness in verticals: from medical imaging to […]