Computer Vision is a rapidly growing subfield within the broader fields of Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence, as it is both fairly new, and has a wide range of applications.
It is no secret that the use of advanced analytics has boomed in sports. As athletes are pushing the human limits every year, they are looking at every tool that could help optimize their training.
If you are listening to the current data science buzz at all, for sure you have heard about Kaggle. What is it, and why is everyone talking about it? In this post, we will talk a little bit about Kaggle, and how to get started with it too.
Last week on May 11th, Tokyo Techies welcomed 10 participants joining with us in our intensive but interesting Data Science Battleground Round 8: What to Watch – How a recommender system works.
Last week on April 20th, Data Science Battleground Round 7 was successfully hosted with over 20 participants. Like in other previous rounds of Data Science Battleground, our participants are empowered to acquire fundamental Data Science knowledge as well as topic-related Data Science skills through high-quality lectures prepared by our mentors.
In recent years, the market of coding bootcamps around the world has grown rapidly. Coding bootcamps are usually marketed as the fast, low cost and future-guaranteed education plan for prospective IT engineers.
As Saint Luke wrote in his gospel, “A student is not above his teacher, but everyone who is perfectly instructed will be like his teacher.” Can online video courses perfectly instruct students, providing that excellent learning experience?
We live in an age of unprecedented interconnectivity, and this has given rise to equally unprecedented danger. The nature of technology has changed. While we regularly used devices without understanding their inner workings, (cars, microwaves) we could at least estimate the limits of their misuse.
Creating a cellphone application to play chess by using artificial intelligence (Al) is a challenge. A Tokyo Techies 15-year-old student, named JP, grabbed hold of this challenge and successfully developed his first chess bot running on iPhone which can win against a human being.
As a society that runs on computers, our society is going to need members who know how to program and fix them. Richard Branson, Founder, Virgin Group, said “Whether we’re fighting climate change or going to space, everything is moved forward by computers, and we don’t have enough people who can code.
TRAINING | August 20, 2018 Tokyo Techies Tech Summer Classes Review 2018 Review of tech summer school at tokyo techies. When tech talent is short supply, a demand for professional coders, game developers, robotics engineers, and data scientists continues to increase. For employers, the need to recruit graduate students before they sign elsewhere is greater, […]
TRAINING | August 20, 2018 Tokyo Techies Fall 2018 Tech Classes For All Ages INTRODUCTION Tokyo Techies believes in providing technical education that teaches hard skills tech classes to students of all ages. We are a team of experts with experience across Japan’s leading companies such as Softbank, Rakuten, Line, Hitachi, etc. We know what […]