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Knowledge Supervision as a Grounding for Machine Learning

Knowledge supervision is the purposeful structuring and use of knowledge bases to provide features and training sets for multiple kinds of machine learners, which in combination can be applied to multiple artificial intelligence outcomes. Knowledge supervision is the method by which knowledge-based artificial intelligence, or KBAI, is achieved.

Start your own blog today!

I am a big fan of blogging.  Personally I find that it helps me organize my thoughts and gain a deeper understanding of topics. Blogging can also be great for your career as well.  When recruiters contact me they often reference my blog and something they read on it. One day it could lead to a job r

Fitness Apps on Android Wear

Posted by Joshua Gordon, Developer Advocate Go for a run, improve your game, and explore the great outdoors with Android Wear! Developers are creating a diverse array of fitness apps that provide everything from pace and heart rate while running, to golf tips on your favorite course, to trail maps for hiking. Show More Summary

MLAPHP Boot Camp! - Paul M. Jones

You may have seen my introductory talk on steps toward modernizing a legacy application at Nashville PHP or at php[world]. That was the presentation that formed the first few chapters of Modernizing Legacy Applications in PHP. The MLAPHP book has been a great help to a lot of people. Show More Summary

Percona XtraDB Cluster (PXC): How many nodes do you need?

A question I often hear when customers want to set up a production PXC cluster is: “How many nodes should we use?” Three nodes is the most common deployment, but when are more nodes needed? They also ask: “Do we always need to use an...Show More Summary

How to build a hosted web app on Android, iOS, and Windows using manifold.JS

Why you should use hosted web apps and how to build one for yourself using manifoldJS.

Why Do HTML5 Mobile Apps Have a Bad Reputation?

A great post by Josh Morony (site, Twitter) on why HTML5 mobile apps get bad reputation. The truth is HTML5 is great for mobile apps, make sure to read the article.

Google Ranking Alert!!

Google’s mobile ranking algorithm will officially include mobile-friendly usability factors and app indexing. Making sure your site is mobile-friendly is now more important than ever. Click Here: http://www.elegantmicroweb.com/it-services/internet-marketing.htm

Creating Arduino programs in Eclipse

Article on setting up Eclipse to build programs for Arduino Uno.

UX In ECommerce: How much dependent E-Commece is on UX

Online shopping is a fad today and consumers are not satisfied with sites that simply provide a shopping option. They are looking for more and more from every site they use. What is that extra benefit of using site “A” … The post UX In ECommerce: How much dependent E-Commece is on UX appeared first on  - Snyxius.

CodeSOD: A Convoluted Time Machine

The web team and the JDE development team rarely see eye-to-eye in Cho's company. Cho, the JDE developer, worked in a world full of Oracle databases and important financial records. Andrew, a web developer, worked in a world full of MS-SQL and sales appointments. Show More Summary

The Orthodromic Distance Between Two Geo-points

Computational algorithms pertinent to finding the great-circle distance between 2 points on Earth

Famous KB 3035583 in Corporate Enviroments

Why the Upgrade to Windows 10 Taskbar Icon isn't shown in corporate enviroments

Recursive function vs. Loop

A simple insight into the difference between recursive functions and loops

Interacting With Outlook Calendar Using Live SDK

Building an outlook calendar app for windows phone using Live SDK

Monetising your blog with - Adsense

How to monetise your blogIn this article we will connect our blog to use google Adsense and display adverts from google network sites in the beginning of each article as to monetise the site.Money, that is why. You have been writing interesting articles going through SEO techniques, using any kind o

Red Hat provides PHP 5.6 for RHEL (and CentOS) - Remi Collet

Announcement : Red Hat Software Collections 2 – now generally available And for CentOS : Software Collections 2.0 available Stability addicts can keep quiet, PHP 5.3.3 is still the standard version provided with RHEL-6, and 5.4.16 with RHEL-7 RHSCL 1.x users can also keep quiet, the php54 and php55 collections are still there. Show More Summary

Interview with Ben Ramsey - Cal Evans

@ramsey Show Notes VirtPHP Nashville PHP The post Interview with Ben Ramsey appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.

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