Firefox has been the most popular browser in the world for years; nowadays Google Chrome has taken over. However, Mozilla has not been idle and has given the browser a major makeover. Should you switch back, check out these 10 Firefox extensions for improving privacy and enhancing your browsing experience.
In 2019 and 2020 I participated in two computer vision challenges and learned a lot: the Kaggle Plant Seedlings Classification Challenge and the Data Science Bowl.
Kaggle is probably the best known platform for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence Challenges. Competitions are regularly held there in cooperation with companies. These usually provide very well prepared data and the task of the participants is to create the best possible predictions on this data. The best participants can win cash prizes, but most participants are interested in competing with the best data scientists and machine learning engineers in the world. In the Plant Seedlings Challenge, the task was to identify which of twelve different species of plant seedlings could be seen in images.
JAM – an abbreviation that allows for many puns. But what is behind it and what does it mean?
At some point, every admin will need to create IT documentation. Here I demonstrate how to succeed in doing so with these simple steps.
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This Firefox extension blocks anti-cache server responses to optimize cache storage and speed up load times.