Our friends at LoveRPI in conjunction with open-source hardware design firm Firefly have been working on a new, higher-end 64-bit ARM development board. The Firefly-RK3399 is this new product powered by a dual-core Cortex-A72 and quad-core Cortex-A53.
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The results speak for themselves though – $1M/year scrap cost avoided (if the model is approved for production use) in just being able to tell earlier in the line when something has gone wrong. That’s on one product, in one factory, in one company that has over 100 factories world-wide.
Stacking (also called meta ensembling) is a model ensembling technique used to combine information from multiple predictive models to generate a new model.
Much of my professional work for the last 10+ years has revolved around handing, importing and exporting CSV files. CSV files are frustratingly misunderstood, abused, and most of all underspecified. While RFC4180 exists, it is far from definitive and goes largely ignored.
Rust is really growing on me. The more I use it, the more I want to use it! So I’ve decided to demonstrate its awesomeness to my co-workers.
Haskus system is a framework written in Haskell that can be used for system programming. The long-term aim is to provide a full Haskell user-space environment on top of the Linux kernel. Haskus system handles low-level data structures in memory such as C structs, unions, enums, bit fields, etc.