Support vector classifiers come under the supervised learning category of machine learning. In simple terms, if you train the classifier with some data along with the corresponding labels, it will try to label new examples correctly. SVM does this by constructing a hyperplane which separates the classes on either side (binary classification).
Nikola Tesla and Thomas Edison are two giants of electrical engineering whose inventions changed history. But the electricity between the two is no secret to the world. Continue reading “War of the Currents”
In this article, we will talk about Model View View Model(MVVM)
Pre-requisites: An idea about Android OS, UI/UX would make this a more interesting read. Continue reading “View Models”
Indian Aviation Industry has been one of the fastest-growing aviation industries in the world with private airlines accounting for more than 75% of the domestic aviation market. Despite this marvelous growth, the industry is currently in its most precarious phase.
New Year’s “Ir”resolution
Every year we make promises about either going to the gym or quitting smoking, we’ve all done it!
But most of us usually end up chilling on our sofas or lighting another cigarette the next day.
Ever wondered why this happens so often? Continue reading “Time Inconsistency”
Without change there is no innovation, creativity, or incentive for improvement. With this in mind, it was with a heavy heart we bid adieu to our old logo. However, a new design doesn’t come easy, as our Media team found. Read on to find out how we drew inspiration from logos throughout history – such as Manchester United and Adidas and how our logo came to be (early efforts included). Continue reading “Birth of a new logo”
On average, of all the things you do, how many are done willingly? There are a lot of things you’d love to do , but cannot, while there are others which you are forced to do.
“A classical computation is like a solo voice—one line of pure tones succeeding each other. A quantum computation is like a symphony—many lines of tones interfering with one another.”
― Seth Lloyd