Everyone is talking about deep learning.
Well, it’s because artificial intelligence, which conjures up images of driverless cars, virtual assistants like Amazon’s Alexa, text translation, and chatbots, is everywhere and enjoying a resurgence of sorts thanks to the subfield of machine learning known as deep learning.Read more
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June is Pride month.
June was chosen to commemorate the 1969 Stonewall riots which effectively kicked off the LGBTQ rights movement.
We have come a long way since then, but the fight is far from over and recent global events suggest now more than ever we need to remember that everyone deserves equal rights and the workplace should reflect the true diversity of the human race.Read more
It’s time to continue our six-part series on successful compliance training and talk about customization, the fourth component. Previously I looked at vital role alignment, why a risk-based approach is key, and why mixing things up with a blended learning offering is essential.Read more
The National Safety Council (NSC) designated June as National Safety Month. Their aim is to reduce the leading causes of injury and death at work, on the road and in our homes and communities.Read more
This post originally appeared on CIO.com
IT is a highly competitive and fast-changing industry that demands continuous learning to retain and upskill top talent while simultaneously delivering business value. Whether it is IT operations, cloud services, data analytics, software development or DevOps, eLearning has proven to be an effective and efficient way for IT professionals, especially administrators and developers, to regularly enhance their skills.Read more
This is the second post in our series on Unconscious Bias training where we examine discrimination in the workplace and discuss how best to tackle this growing problem. Previously, Norman Ford discussed why raising awareness of prejudices is the first step towards a solution.Read more
I know the title sounds like something out of a bad movie but in the spirit of good faith, stay with me.
The DevOps market size is expected to grow from $3.42 billion in 2018 to $ 10.31 billion by 2023.Read more
The effective execution of business goals and strategies is mission critical for every organization. And yet, why do so many organizations fail in this?
Most often it stems from one of three things:
- A breakdown in interpersonal relationships (communication or motivation, for example)
- Failure to understanding (problem-solving or business acumen, for example)
- Failure of competence (project management or negotiation skills, for example)
In short – the failure is a result of an employee lacking key business skills and competencies.Read more
Python was named 2017’s IEEE Spectrum number one programming language. Yes, it was a close call with C, Java, and C++ right on its heels, but still, Python nabbed the number one spot.
Stack Overflow data from 2011 to 2017 demonstrates a steady upward trajectory in question views for Python, and their forecasted growth also puts Python out above other programming languages.Read more
June is National Safety Month, which aims to reduce leading causes of injury and death at work, on the road and in our homes and communities. The National Safety Council’s theme this year is No 1 Gets Hurt.Read more