Digest #2020.01.13 –Machine Learning and AI 2020

Architecture for MLOps using TFX, Kubeflow Pipelines, and Cloud Build – If you’re a data scientist or an enthusiast and have been wanting to try the TFX (TensorFlow Extended), this article is a good place to start. The article also helps guide through setting up CI/CD and CT ( Continuous Training) using Kubeflow Pipelines and Cloud Build. Learn about MLOps, pipelines and taking your deployments to the cloud.

TensorFlow 2.1.0 is here – A new update to TensorFlow is out, welcome 2.1.0! The new version comes with new features and improvements, Pip packages become even more useful. There might be some breaking changes outlined in the release that could affect some users. And a whole lot of bug fixes. For a complete list, check out the Github Release docs. Oh, and also, goodbye Python 2! “TensorFlow 2.1 will be the last TF release supporting Python 2”

Is Deep Learning the same as Machine Learning? – Both Machine Learning and Deep Learning forms of AI have a lot of similarities and are often used interchangeably. However, they are not really the same and have a few subtle differences, deep learning performs much better at object recognition for example. The article dives deeper into the similarities, differences and applications of the two AI technologies.

AI Trends to watch for in 2020 – Artificial Intelligence was one of the top technologies of the last decade. AI set quite a few trends that we’ve witnessed and the streak is expected to continue in this decade. Forbes adds a list of trends to watch out for in 2020 in the field of AI. From AI helping on a more personal level to improved scientific discovery times and better entertainment check out the top 10 AI  trend predictions.

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