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Deep Image - how Machine Learning improves your images

Let’s start with the fact that we are amazed and extremely grateful for how well received the Deep Image was. Thank you all for all the feedback, support and engagement. This is exactly what drives us to keep on creating stuff for you! If you do not know what Deep Image is, let us bring you up t...

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Optimize Neural Networks I/O - DGX research in TEONITE

In this article, you can find the results of the ANN R&D which we did between other commercial data science & machine learning projects. It contains benchmarks of several data storage methods. The main focus was I/O optimization because nearly every project we do for our clients requires ...

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You don’t need to go far to attend the best IT conference! Choose Berlin! - update

I have never thought that the best IT conference could hide under my nose and it could be free, full of excellent, high-level presentations and be even more engaging than any other conferences I’ve been to. Ready to find out about Machine Intelligence Summit Berlin? So read my summary and let’s m...

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Deep Image - use machine learning and enlarge image without losing quality

Have you ever wondered where the innovative ideas come from? In our opinion, this is usually either a case of accident or a need to solve a problem. Deep Image, an application created by our full-stack developer - Andrzej, was created by accident to solve a certain problem concerning the quality ...

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Highlights of PyData Berlin 2017 Conference

Societal biases’ impact on machine learning algorithms. Natural Language Processing. Manipulating the vox populi and ethics in machine learning. You could learn much about these topics at PyData Berlin 2017. I’ve been there and here’s what I saw. Natural Language Processing One of the main topic...

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PyCon PL 2016: Personal Impression

Three weeks ago, I together with two other TEONITE developers took part in PyCon PL 2016, a Polish conference obviously dedicated to everything Python-related. Today, three weeks after the conference, I decided to write a bit about my PyCon PL impression and present some conclusion I came with. ...

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