Robotics Discourse

Singularity in robotics

Introduction Singularity is that point we fear would end us. But before we go on further I want to tell us about humanity. Back in college, my friend and I would go to the chess palace to have a nice time over a game or two. On a particular day, I met him at the …

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Self-driving cars. Waymo Part 3

This is the third and final section of these series on Waymo. Thank you for being here from the start. If you’ve not being kindly review what we talked about in part 1 and part 2. Anyways, welcome! We would be talking about the software involved in the design of the Waymo and discuss briefly …

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Robotics in real world

Self-driving cars: Waymo Part 1

This is the first of a three-part series study of the engineering behind self-driving cars (autonomous cars or robot cars) taking Waymo as the case study. At the end of this series, you may not be able to build your own self-driving car, but you would surely understand it enough to start an enlightened conversation …

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Data Experience and Web 3.0

It all started with the tweet above by Andre Staltz, the creator of Manyverse  I was like, Wow! I need to pull this off too. I have always wanted to try out my life outside the “big four’ (Google, Microsoft, Amazon, Facebook). Thus, I began First step… logged out of all accounts My day to …

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CPU, GPU, TPU: which is which?

Introduction At some point, programmers have to choose the most effective option in terms of computing power to get the optimal result. And technology, being so good already, has made the option more than one in terms of the processing power – CPU, GPU, TPU and Quantum Chips someday. It is now the duty of …

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Robotics Discourse

Before taking the Machine Learning path.

Introduction Machine Learning is already a common say at the end of 2018. But though there are still lots of ground to cover moving forward, looking back there are some basics to remind ourselves of. This article is an improvement on how to approach machine learning problemsand would answer some questions that were left unattended …

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