Titanic Dataset Contains info of few passengers who were aboard the RMS Titanic During its accident on 14 April 1912 in the North Atlantic Ocean, which led to the death of nearly 1,500 passengers. The Dataset even describes the survival status of individual passengers on the Titanic.
1. Importing Necessary Modules/Libraries
It's a good practice to keep all the import statements together and at the start of the notebook or the program.
Alibaba and AI, what comes first to our mind are AI assistants — Tmall Genie and Ali Assistant. Alibaba wanted to enhance its competitive edge by leveraging the advancements in AI. One of the most powerful chatbots is owned by Alibaba where in it’s customer service chatbot processes 95 percent of customer inquiries, both written and spoken ones. Furthermore, Alibaba claims that AI algorithms help to drive internal and customer service operations including smart product and search recommendations. Also, Alibaba uses AI to help map the most efficient delivery routes which also has been a successful implementation of the artificial…
This Ethereum Based Smart Contract is made in Solidity Language and can be deployed in any environment such as Web3 Provider , Injected Web3 , etc.
Features of this smart contract :-
The AWS Command Line Interface (CLI) is a unified tool to manage your AWS services. With just one tool to download and configure, you can control multiple AWS services from the command line and automate them through scripts.
“Every kid coming out of school now thinks he can be the next Mark Zuckerberg, and with these new technologies like cloud computing, he actually has a shot.” — Marc Andreessen, Co-founder of Netscape, Board Member of Facebook
A simple definition of cloud computing involves delivering different types of services over the Internet. These services vary from software and analytics to secure and safe data storage and networking resources, everything can be delivered via the cloud. We are using various cloud based applications everyday that we don’t even realize !
HOW DO YOU THINK COMPANIES LIKE GOOGLE AND FACEBOOK MANAGE THEIR DATA ?
“Data is the new oil”
is perhaps one of the most popular catchphrases that can describe the fuel that makes our increasingly interconnected world go round. Although such a metaphor is rather inaccurate, it captures the very essence of our collective online footprint with respect to the global economy and our digital lifestyle.