In 2020, we saw advancements from companies like Waymo that allow customers to hail self-driving taxis, a service called Waymo One. Automotive Artificial Intelligence is rapidly enabling self-driving cars that use sensors to gather data about their surroundings. But how do self-driving cars interpret that data? This is the biggest use case of machine learning API in Automotive.
Driver less cars can identify objects, interpret situations, and make decisions based on object detection and object classification algorithms. They do this by detecting objects, classifying them, and interpreting what they are. The three major sensors used by self-driving cars work together…
- APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) are software programs that give developers access to computing resources and data. The Google API allows you to create apps that leverage Google cloud storage. You can develop applications that integrate with Google, and create robust functionality in your application using Google API.
“Machine learning is the future.” — Your Boss
Future-proof your career by being one of the people who actually understands machine learning (not just party anecdotes). Let’s start with a basic definition: machine learning is when you feed some data (usually lots of data) to a machine, and then the machine learns from the data. (Refer blog). It is a subset of AI.
Machine learning algorithm: ML algorithms are techniques through which machines are trained to perform a particular task. These algorithms are trained using three types of machine learning namely Supervised, Unsupervised and Reinforcement learning. …
You’ve designed an elegant, masterful solution. The code is beautiful, the logic is flawless, you are amazing. You deploy the code, and sit back with a satisfied smile. But then — record scratch! — you start getting bug reports. How can this be, it worked on your machine!
Has this ever happened to you? Docker containers are the solution. With Docker, you can separate your applications from your infrastructure and treat your infrastructure like a managed application. But don’t take our word for it. Get hands on experience with Docker with Introduction to Docker.
Opportunities for people with Kubernetes skills are growing. Whether you think of yourself as a developer, a software engineer, or something entirely your own, Kubernetes can make your life* easier, and can help make you even more valuable on the 2021 job market. Here are 3 ways Kubernetes can help:
So what the heck is Kubernetes? Google Kubernetes Engine is a managed environment for deploying, scaling, and managing containerized applications in a secure Google infrastructure. With Kubernetes, you get declarative configuration and automation, resilient distributed systems, scaling, and failover.
Simply put, Kubernetes is a container orchestrator that helps make sure that each container is where it is supposed to be and the containers can work together.
Now let’s dive into why you should care, and explore some gnarly things you can do with Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE):
1 Do less work when you modernize your applications:
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You’ll complete five labs (about five hours, but you don’t have to do all the labs at once). …