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We found 7 episodes of Merge Conflict with the tag “ml”.
342: Democratizing AI... and GPT3
January 23rd, 2023 | 35 mins 17 secs
ai, dall-e, gpt3, machine learning, ml, openai, vall-e
OpenAI as a service is here! We discuss!
306: How to Contribute to OSS
May 16th, 2022 | 39 mins 1 sec
.net maui, ai, bindings, c#, csharp, dotnet maui, dotnetmaui, ml, xamarin
Frank had his first PR merged into iOS and macOS for .NET! We explore his journey to getting it accepted
275: Analyzing Squid Game’s Motion Detection (Red Light, Green Light)
October 11th, 2021 | 36 mins 52 secs
ai, android, ios, machine learning, ml, motion detection, squid game, xamarin
This week we break down the technology in Netflix's hit show Squid Game. We look at the motion sensing and detection technology in episode 1 to find out if it is realistic or just TV magic.
195: The Hanselman Machine Learning Model
March 30th, 2020 | 46 mins 55 secs
android, azure, cognitive services, ios, machine leaning, ml, xamarin, xamarin.forms
We dive back into machine learning with more automagical ML. James tries to pull off some sentiment analysis for his app and we discuss a few options.
181: Hacking The Holidays
December 23rd, 2019 | 44 mins 32 secs
ai, android, ios, iot, kotlin, ml, swift, xamarin
It is time for some holiday hacks! Tune in to see what Frank & James are hacking on through the holidays.
109: Neural Network C# Predictions for Everyone
August 6th, 2018 | 38 mins 42 secs
ai, android, coreml, ios, keras, machine learning, ml, neural network, plaidml, python, xamarin
It is that time again for more machine learning! This time it is actually something that you can totally build and something that Frank shipped inside of his application to do code prediction using Python, Keras, PlaidML, and CoreML!
106: We Know Nothing About Anything
July 16th, 2018 | 39 mins 26 secs
asp.net core, dot-net, dot-net core, ghost, gulp, handlebars, machine learning, ml, ml.net, system.io.pipelines, web development, xamarin
We get a little crazy this week and dive into three topics that we know almost nothing about. First up is a little web development for Ghost with gulp, handlebars, and sass. Then we dive into more machine learning with ML.NET and wrap up with our new favorite way to read in streams with Pipelines. To be honest, we do know something about them and think they are super cool, so you should check them out.