machine learning

What An AI Nose Knows

What An AI Nose Knows

Make:cast #21 – Benjamin Cabé Like many of us during Covid-19, Benjamin Cabé was baking sourdough bread but he was at home in France. He wondered how he might tell if his dough was done proofing. He began working on an artificial nose that uses physical sensors to detect gas but also uses machine learning […]

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Announcing… Make: Vol. 77 — Machine Learning (and More!)

Announcing… Make: Vol. 77 — Machine Learning (and More!)

In the new issue of Make: we give hands-on guidance to tools you can use to train AI modules right now, like Tensor Flow, Edge Impulse, and Lobe.

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Make:cast – Machine Learning for Beekeepers

Make:cast – Machine Learning for Beekeepers

You can learn a lot about the health of a hive by listening to the sounds that bees make, as a beekeeper would do. The developers of the LongHive project, featured in Make Magazine Vol 75, tell us about their efforts to use machine learning to detect the presence of the queen bee by recording the sounds of the bees in the hive.

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Maker Pro News: Lessons From Layoffs, Machine Learning for Maker Pros, and More

Maker Pro News: Lessons From Layoffs, Machine Learning for Maker Pros, and More

This week, we learn a few lessons from company layoffs and dive into how machine learning can affect the careers of maker pros.

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Nvidia’s New TX2 Board Does Dual 4K-Camera Object-Detection in Real Time

Nvidia’s New TX2 Board Does Dual 4K-Camera Object-Detection in Real Time

Useful for makers and professionals alike, the new board lets you track objects like never before.

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Robotic pets: The bots_alive robot is attracted to the blue target, and blocked by the red obstacles.

Bots_alive Upgrades Your Average Robot into an Electronic Pet

Take a store bought hexbug and give it new intelligence.

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NVIDIA Jetson TX1

With New Board, Nvidia Makes It Easier to Build ‘Thinking Machines’

The Jetson TX1 Developer Kit makes it more practical to develop super-smart bots and other ‘autonomous’ devices

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