Google Cloud Next 2019 | Retail Sessions Google Cloud Next 2019 | Monitoring and Controlling Your GCP Costs Managing GCP usage and cost trends is easier than you think. In this session, we’ll show you how to quickly view your GCP costs, forecast your month-end bill, and provide an overview of some of the controls …

You might have encountered it in class or during researches you have made — hypothesis testing. After the establishment of a problem and a question you want answered with regards to it, hypothesis testing essentially involves the following steps, (putting the technicalities aside), Forming a guess conjecture, the alternative hypothesis, Ha, based on your prior …

Google I/O 2019 | Music and Machine Learning New technologies have fundamentally changed the way we make and experience music. In this session Claire Evans, artist, author and one half of the pop duo YACHT talks about deep learning as a tool in their creative process. Their new album explores Google AI’s research project, Magenta, …

Google I/O 2019 | Making Art with Artificial Intelligence: Artists in Conversation This session will explore new forms of visual art made possible by machine learning, from collaboration with robots to machine models of nature. Hear from some of the artists exhibiting their work on The Boardwalk at I/O as part of I/O Arts. This …

Google I/O 2019 | Introducing Google Coral: Building On-Device AI This session will introduce you to Google Coral, a new platform for on-device AI application development and showcase it’s machine learning acceleration power with TensorFlow demos. Coral offers the tools to bring private, fast, and efficient neural network acceleration right onto your device and enables …

Google I/O 2019 | Michio Kaku on The Future of Humanity An enlightening conversation with the famed theoretical physicist, futurist, and co-founder of String Field Theory. This fireside chat will cover a range of topics from quantum computing, how AI can improve our quality of life, to potential life on Mars and why he is …

What would happen if we made all of our data public—everything from wearables monitoring our biometrics, all the way to smartphones monitoring our location, our social media activity, and even our internet search history? Would such insights into our lives simply provide companies and politicians with greater power to invade our privacy and manipulate us …

  Learn about the latest updates to our developer products and platforms at Google from Google Developers. Speakers: Thomas Kurian, Chet Haase, Chris Turkstra, Tal Oppenheimer, Anitha Vijayakumar, Kristen Johnson, Adam Seligman   Citi I/O Aster.Cloud DotLAH!

Google I/O 2019 | Google Keynote Learn about the latest product and platform innovations at Google in a Keynote led by Sundar Pichai.   Citi I/O Aster.Cloud DotLAH!  

An unusually inventive instance of digital art, A Brief History of Almost Everything in Five Minutes is a sped-up excerpt from the hour-long multichannel video installation Deep Meditations. The London-based, Turkish-born visual artist Memo Akten created the piece by entering broad and abstract search terms such as ‘everything’, ‘life’, ‘love’, ‘art’, ‘god’ and ‘nature’ into the popular photo-sharing …