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PyTorch Tutorial with Linear Regression

PyTorch is a Python based scientific package which provides a replacement of NumPy ndarrays as Tensors which takes utmost advantage of the GPUs. Another positive point about PyTorch framework is the speed and flexibility it provides during computing. PyTorch is an efficient alternative of working with Tensors. PyTorch is mainly embraced by the Data Science community due to its capability ... Read More »

Before Google+ Shuts Down, The Internet Archive Will Preserve Its Posts

Google+ “was an Internet-based social network. It was almost 8 years old,” reports KilledByGoogle.com, which bills itself as “The Google Graveyard: A list of dead products Google has killed and laid to rest in the Google Cemetery.” But before Google+ closes for good in April, its posts are being preserved by Internet Archive and the ArchiveTeam, reports the Verge: In ... Read More »

Why Robo-Calls Can’t Be Stopped

“When your phone rings, there’s about a 50 percent chance it’s a spam robo-call,” reports the Washington Post. Now a computer science professor who’s researched robo-call technologies reveals the economics behind automatically dialing phone numbers “either randomly, or from massive databases compiled from automated Web searches, leaked databases of personal information and marketing data.” It doesn’t matter whether you’ve signed ... Read More »