Fixing my pet peeve – First bug fix for Gecko engine

Fixing my pet peeve – First bug fix for Gecko engine

After a host of non-technical contributions to Mozilla, it was time to switch to the technical side.  As a result, I started looking out for some bugs which I would be able to fix.  That is when I landed on Bug 1308137 Remove code around IBMBIDI_SUPPORTMODE_*.
The patch I provided was accepted today by Xidorn Quan.

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An introduction to ‘TensorFlow’

An introduction to ‘TensorFlow’

We’ve all played with Google Now, Apple’s Siri and Microsoft’s Cortana. These voice assistants always give us a delightful time, their presence in our devices makes us connect with them. We even call them our “BFF”. But how does Siri or Cortana know that when we say orange, she has to look for references to orange, specifically, and not an apple? How does Siri know about our current mood? The answer is Machine Learning. It is the field of study that gives computers the ability to learn without explicitly programming them. As that may seem a pretty decent explanation, it brings us to the following questions..

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