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Adding some AI to just about anything (Part 2 – Conversation graph)

Most IT professionals are at least somewhat familiar with Relational Database Management Systems, or RDBMS. That is, your: MS SQL Server, MySQL, Oracle, DB2, Sybase, etc. This is the concept where you store data into a durable storage structure, a

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Adding some AI to just about anything (Part 1 – NLP)

I’ve been working on some fun and interesting things at work lately. One thing is we are in the processing of building out a chatbot. That is, you type in a question “some place”, and you get a rich response

Posted in Computers and Internet, General, Infrastructure, Machine Learning, New Technology

Trigrams and doing fuzzy searches with C#

I’ve been going through the 7 Database and 7 Languages in 7 Weeks books (I know, I’m way behind – I’ve been busy dangit!). In there, for PostgreSQL, I learned about trigrams and how they use those to do “fuzzy

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Preparing your child for the automated future

One concept that seems to be gaining exponential progress is that of: automation. There is a remarkable amount of effort that is making automation much, much simpler, and cheaper to do. In fact, we’ve already seen this, and have accepted

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Understanding the math for Neural Networks

I’ve been very intrigued with what I’ve been learning about neural networks. However, when I try to dig into some facet, it’s explained with math formulas. Ugh. I hate math. Or do I? I have found that we (yes, all

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Getting start with Neural Network programming

A few weeks ago, co-worker Jamie introduced the book Introduction to Neural Networks for C# (Heaton) and it kind of blew my mind. There are some deep concepts involved and some advanced math, but this is a very remarkable concept

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