New computers: why get one now and what to look for

What with the huge growth in video calling and the fact many of us spend a lot more time using our tech devices to stay connected, entertained and educated, yesterday’s computers often just don’t do the trick anymore. If you’re on the fence about whether now is the time to replace your computer and what […]

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Newly discovered principle reveals how adversarial training can perform robust deep learning

In machine learning, adversarial examples usually refer to natural inputs plus small, specially crafted perturbations that can fool the model into making mistakes. In recent years, adversarial examples have been repeatedly discovered in deep learning applications, causing public concerns about AI safety. An illustration of adversarial examples on the image classification task is given below, […]

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3 Ways to Customize Your Windows Terminal

Windows Terminal is here! From the buzz of the announcement at Microsoft Build 2019 to the release of 1.0 at Build 2020, it’s generated excitement and interest from the dev community. Get started by downloading the Preview here. As a refresher, Windows Terminal is a new, modern, fast, efficient, powerful, and productive terminal application for […]

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Microsoft launches initiative to help 25 million people worldwide acquire the digital skills needed in a COVID-19 economy

Around the world, 2020 has emerged as one of the most challenging years in many of our lifetimes. In six months, the world has endured multiple challenges, including a pandemic that has spurred a global economic crisis. As societies reopen, it’s apparent that the economy in July will not be what it was in January….

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How you can contribute to Open Source Projects on GitHub

Have you ever wanted to help the community but then started to think: “It won’t make a difference anyway”, or “everyone knows that already…”. In this blog post, I’ll explain why your contribution is of great value, and how contributing to projec… Continue reading How you can contribute to Open Source Projects on GitHub