82 Python projects with source code

82 Python Projects with Source Code solved and explained for free. Python is one of the best programming languages. Due to its readability and beginner-friendly nature, it has been accepted by industries around the world. So to master Python for any field you have to work on projects. In this article, I will introduce you to 82 Python projects with source code.

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How to start a machine learning project with an external AI company — a practical guide

Blue hand

Today’s topic has resulted directly from discussions with our clients and discovering their concerns. I won’t beat around the bush — machine learning projects are characterized by a high risk. Unlike software development, which is difficult but still way easier to plan, there are many uncertainties involved. Starting an ML project pretty often you don’t know if your problem can be solved by technology at all because no one has ever solved it.

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Top Machine Learning books to read in 2021

Machine Learning is on the raise with big businesses implementing AI in every single business domain. If you want to jump in, or you’re already in trying to learn more, here’s the list of top machine learning books you can find in 2021. Whether you’re an absolute beginner and haven’t heard of Python before (it’s not a snake!), or you’ve dozens of CNNs in PyTorch, you’ll find something for you. Read on.

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Kite launches Team Server to extend its code-completion ML assistant to enterprises

The ML-based code completion tool Kite launched its Team Server today, complementing its existing offerings for individual developers with an enterprise-grade version for entire teams of them.
Kite’s Team Server builds on its original coding assistant through deploying GPUs within enterprises’ internal networks, enabling them to create custom-trained models from their proprietary code to meet internal standards, and providing security features like its SSH tunnel proxy for encryption.

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Confessions of a DevOps Engineer: Sprints

Task organisation

How to improve your sprints and common rookie mistakes to avoid. On Sprint days we reflect on our accomplishments (or lack thereof) for the previous 2 weeks. It’s about 20 minutes before we jump on zoom and share our thoughts and reflect. I look at our board. I filter for my name, and I see the same tasks I started two weeks ago all “In Progress”.

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OpenAI DALL-E is here

OpenAI just crushed the previous generative AI performances yet with another AI. If you have not been following what OpenAI is doing, we will unravel one of their most advanced AIs in this article. You will also discover how this kind of AI may come into your everyday life in the near future. OpenAI released DALL-E. A powerful neural network named after the artist Salvador Dalí and Pixar’s WALL-E.

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Top 10 Artificial Intelligence Influencers you should follow

Female Eye Green/ Blue

As a Data Scientist and an Artificial Intelligence aficionado, I am always looking for whatever is new and innovative. I find inspiring to read and follow the work of some of the top influencers in the field of Artificial Intelligence. If you are like me, or just want to see who is doing what out there, then here is a list of the top influencers in AI, besides Elon Musk, to keep an eye on for the next few years. I have included their Twitter account and additional links in case you want to learn more about them. Without further ado, here are the top AI influencers you should follow:

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Which Data-Science skills are the most vital in 2021?

There are a lot of industry standard tools that any aspiring data scientist will certainly want to be familiar with. Experience with these tools is almost always presented as a requirement on job listings because they are likely the tools you will be working with in-house. At the very least, familiarity with the concepts presented by the tools will make them easier to utilize before you have gotten the chance to get experienced with them.

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Computer Science Degrees: Are they Worth Getting in 2021?

Is a computer science degree worth it? For me, partially. For you? You tell me. In August 2018, I enrolled in college to get my computer science degree. However, I wasn’t your typical CS student. First off, I was almost 30 and already had a college degree from nine years earlier. Secondly, I was already a professional software developer with a full-time job.

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11 programming books that can help you become a better programmer

A reading guide for those serious about programming. There’s no single programming book that will make you a better programmer. The best books to learn to code can vary based on what language you’re pursuing, so the sections below didn’t just focus on one language but eleven. Without further ado, here are some of the books every programmer should read.

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An introductory Guide to variables and data types in Go

Golang tutorial

Hello there! So today we will be learning about Go variables and the different data types associated with Go. Just in case you are just started the Go language, you should read this. We would be using the Go Playground to learn and practice this example, and you can grab a pop-corn, this would be a long and interesting ride. Ready? Let hop in.

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AI-Powered tools are revolutionizing the Software Development industry

Artificial intelligence (AI) affects the majority of industries all over the world.
Let’s make it clear how it can specifically influence the software development industry and how the industry can benefit more than others from adopting AI technologies. Almost every part of the process can be improved with the use of AI.

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What is Model complexity? Compare Linear Regression to Decision Trees to Random Forests

A machine learning model is a system that learns the relationship between the input (independent) features and the target (dependent) feature of a dataset to be useful in making predictions in the future. In this article, we are going to test the effectiveness of 3 popular models that vary in complexity.

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Decision Trees: As you should have learned them

If you always wanted to learn decision trees, just by reading this, you’ve received a beautiful opportunity, a stroke of luck, I might say. But as entrepreneurs declare, “it’s not enough to be in the right place; you also need to take the opportunity when it comes”. So, consider giving yourself some time and get comfortable, because what’s coming it’s not the shortest guide, but it might be the best.

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Top 5 Machine Learning programming languages in 2021

If you are interested in the fields of artificial intelligence and machine learning, you’re probably planning your path forward in the exciting and dynamic world of programming. But which languages should you study if you see AI and machine learning in your future?

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How to use MuleSoft to send Slack Notifications when data changes

We all know that building content platforms is hard. You are constantly fighting misinformation, spam, and undesired ads—mostly from bots, the plague of the modern web. Some estimate that two-thirds of links posted on Twitter can come from bots.
So how can you fight them?

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