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Expanding fundamental data structures for robust inferencing

Kelvin Jose

Practicing Deep Learning (DL) definitely costs a lot of computing power, because the amount of matrix calculations is very huge. We can still use the most recent GPUs and Memory modules for model training and fine-tuning, but the problem never stops here. We always expect a production-ready version of our solution which should go live at minimal cost, in terms of […]

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Migrating data from Alibaba OSS to AWS S3

Rahul S

Cloud technology It can offer a lot of benefits, such as cost savings, mobility, reliability, high-speed computation, etc to businesses irrespective of its size. And its no wonder why almost every business is drawn towards cloud technology. In the past few years, I’ve helped a lot of companies from around the world to embrace cloud […]

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How Big/Small Should Be Your Contribution To The Open Source?

Nithya Rajan

Sic parvis Magna Ever heard of this philosophy before? Translated to English, it means -From small beginnings, great things come. Perhaps, the simplest of the steps we take, some small beginnings can lead to great things. I’m writing this article to share my take on this philosophy and how I realized it as a developer. […]

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Installing multiple PHP versions in the same server.

Shehin FN

Has it ever occurred to you that you want to add a new feature to an application you built years ago and the programming language’s latest version has changed a lot since you built the application? It happens a lot. And whenever it does, its a dilemma for the developers. Should they code in the […]

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Potential antiviral drug molecules against 2019-nCoV

Dr. Nidhin Sreekumar

The presented work is a short exploration towards uncovering the antiviral potential of some pre-existing drug molecules towards the novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV). Read the Research here: https://accubits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/White-paper-nCoV-19-Lead-molecule-development.pdf    

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Inevitable muscle memory for your Machine Learning Applications

Jubin Jose

This is the story of Aquila DB – a latent vector and document database built for data scientists and machine learning engineers. In this story, I will explain how and why I developed AquilaDB, to solve one of the major problems faced by developers in building information retrieval systems.  A couple of years ago, I […]

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How we spoke to data in 2 days

Vysakh S Mohan

What would you do in two days? Let me be more precise, what would you do on a weekend? Depending on the kind of person you are, the answers may differ. Some may wanna stay in, have a good sleep, take it slow. If you are like me, you would be on the road riding […]

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Webcam Direct Access Package for Angular

Faizal Hussain

In many web applications, uploading images are a necessity. For example, uploading profile pictures to a social media website or uploading a photo for a KYC verification. The majority of web apps provide an option for the user to upload an image from the local file system. but, how convenient is this? A Throwback, About a […]

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Befriending Data Structures: A retrospective of building a trade engine

Goutham Krishna

Data structures are one of the most complex and underrated topics in the field of computer science. It is very rare to see a developer, especially a web developer implementing this amazing concept into action. This is because a majority of developers have a perception of ‘ARRAYS’ as a ‘one size fits all’ solution for […]

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