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Converting a business problem to a machine learning problem

Businesses these days are generating and consuming a huge amount of data. This data varies in variety, volume, velocity, and veracity (4Vs...

How to develop your curiosity for a better self?

Curiosity is the reason why most of the breakthrough discoveries and remarkable inventions have happened throughout history. In the absence of curiosity,...

Open-Source AI Tools

In this article, we will go through some of the most commonly used open-source AI tools available in the market. This is...

Provide callback to useState hook like setState

If you have been writing class components for a while, you might be familiar with the callback functionality that the setState function...

Resolving nested queries in GraphQL

When creating a GraphQL server with relational data, we want to return the data in a hierarchical format with those relationships in...

Creating a GraphQL API with Apollo Server

One of the many complaints about the GraphQL ecosystem is that there is a lot of indirection around what packages to use...

Natural Language Processing – A 30,000 feet view

Natural Language Processing has gained a lot of popularity owing to an exponential increase in unstructured data generation. Here are some fun...

How to unit-test a private (non-exported) function in JavaScript

When writing unit-tests for JavaScript modules, we often encounter a dilemma wherein the module has some private functions that have not been...

Detecting click outside component using React hooks

If you have tried developing your own dropdown, modal, or popover in React, you would have come across this. "How do I...

Number of Islands: Demystifying Programming Interview

If you are reading this post right now, chances are high that you are not looking for the number of islands in...

Recurrent Neural Networks

In this article, we will explore recurrent neural networks. For all the readers who are not versed with the concept of neural...

Beating JSON performance using Protocol Buffers

Protocol buffers or Protobuf, is a binary format that was created by Google to serialize structured data that is transferred among services.

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