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Labor „Künstliche Intelligenz“ an der Hochschule Karlsruhe

Von | 14. Oktober 2019|

Seit dem Wintersemester 2018/19 bietet die Hochschule Karlsruhe die neue Vertiefungsrichtung Maschinelles Lernen für den Masterstudiengang Informatik an. Für die Lehrveranstaltung Künstliche Intelligenz und die dazugehörige Übung wurden Dozenten gesucht. inovex übernahm die Betreuung und Vorbereitung der Übung.

Seit dem Wintersemester 2018/19 bietet die Hochschule Karlsruhe die neue Vertiefungsrichtung Maschinelles Lernen für den Masterstudiengang Informatik an. Für die Lehr

Uncertainty Quantification in Deep Learning

Von | 08. Oktober 2019|

Teach your Deep Neural Network to be aware of its epistemic and aleatory uncertainty. Get a quantified confidence measure for your Deep Learning predictions.

Artificial Intelligence—and machine learning in particular—have come a long way since their early beginnings. The widespread availability and affordability of powerfu

Kubernetes on Windows (2): Tools

Von | 01. Oktober 2019|

Kubernetes offers many tools and add-ons that bring a lot of functionality to the table. But do they work with the new Kubernetes on Windows?

Kubernetes is a powerful system on its own. But what really elevates its usefulness to new heights are the many add-ons and tools. They add functionality like monitor

Kubernetes on Windows (1): General Overview

Von | 30. September 2019|

Kubernetes is getting more and more popular. But how does the container orchestration software fare on Windows? This post will give you a general overview.

With Kubernetes gaining more and more popularity it was only a matter of time until Microsoft brought it to their platform. This March Kubernetes announced production

Polyglot Programming in a Microservice World

Von | 22. September 2019|

In this post, I share some insights and learnings from applying polyglot programming within a microservice architecture , including the story of my current project.

Some years ago, microservices appeared as a new architectural pattern for larger software systems. Instead of creating a big monolithic application, there are several

illuminatio: the Kubernetes Network Policy Validator

Von | 17. September 2019|

Network policy validation basically ensures the functionality of your cluster’s firewall and therefore is a really important topic if you are using kubernetes and want to control the network behaviour of your pods.

Network policy validation basically ensures the functionality of your cluster’s firewall and therefore is a really important topic if you are using kubernetes and wan

JAMstack Apps: Static but Dynamic [State of the Web]

Von | 09. September 2019|

The JAMstack is not a new technology stack as the name might imply, but a new architecture for web applications. Instead of rendering a web site dynamically in the browser the JAMstack makes use of JavaScript, APIs, and Markup.

The JAMstack is not a new technology stack as the name might imply, but a new architecture for web applications. Instead of rendering a web site dynamically in the br

Houdini and the Future of CSS [State of the Web]

Von | 09. September 2019|

Houdini's goal is to enable web developers to extend the capabilities of CSS by providing APIs that make it possible to create custom CSS features and modify the browser rendering pipeline. This article will give you a brief overview of its specifications and goals together with the current state of development.

CSS is the styling language used to define the appearance of web contents. As web developers we rely on the existing implementation of CSS features across major brows

Web Components: Recap and Latest Trends [State of the Web]

Von | 09. September 2019|

Web Components have been around for some years now. This article recapitulates what this term stands for and provides an overview of the current trends including Web Components Standard and Micro Frontends.

Web Components have been around for some years now. This article recapitulates what this term stands for and provides an overview of the current trends.

State of the Web September 2019: Start here

Von | 09. September 2019|

In these episode of our State of the Web we'll dive into the topics CSS Houdini, JAMstack and Web Components. Therefor we created a compressed, easy-to-read summary with some practical code snippets. We hope you enjoy!

We’re developers working on projects with technology we love, every day, keeping an eye on the ever-changing web eco system. New tools and libraries pop up ever

Multimodal Sequential Recommender Systems

Von | 27. August 2019|

Sequential recommender systems are based on sequential user representations for a given user and sequence length. Each sequence consists of several items in temporal order. Sequential recommender systems aim at exploiting the temporal information that is hidden in the sequence of item interactions of the given user.

Since the invention of the internet, the availability and amount of information has increased steadily. Today we are facing problems of information overload and an ov

Turnilo: A Lightweight Frontend for Realtime Analytics Powered by Apache Druid

Von | 20. August 2019|

In this post, we introduce Turnilo, explain its configuration and usage and share our evaluation outcome. For completeness, we also provide a list of current alternatives.

We frequently help our customers implement data platforms on a grand scale: as a backend for user-facing applications, for business analytics or data science and mach

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