By Markus Mertama 19.06.2019

This is an article about C++ programmer’s entry to machine learning by implementing a feed forward neural network. I started to write this publication as a blog post, but along the journey I found more aspects I had to cover. This is not an attempt to be any kind of research paper and purposefully breaks many golden rules of making science. Along with the blog writing best practices the conclusions here are rather subjective opinions, or at least should be taken as so.

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By Juha Vuolle 05.06.2019

This is a writeup on a hack experiment to convert Figma designs directly to Qt QML.

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By Julius Kallio 03.06.2019

The previous blog post of the Deep Learning in Process Optimization series concerned building a deep recurrent neural network. This blog post is about the final stage: finding the optimal process values.

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By Julius Kallio 27.05.2019

The previous blog post of the Deep Learning in Process Optimization series concerned data collection, exploratory data analysis and data preprocessing stages. This blog post is about the next stage: building a deep neural network.

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By Julius Kallio 20.05.2019

If a plant produces too high emissions, the environment suffers from that and it will cause significant direct and indirect financial losses for the company. The emissions are usually caused by unbalanced process and therefore high emission is usually also a sign of bad efficiency.

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By Mikko McMenamin 28.01.2019

What is the main application of augmented reality, or AR? If you ask the 800 million gamers out there, the answer probably is Pokemon Go. However, AR has the potential to completely transform the world - to add a new digital layer on top of the old, analogue world.

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By Seppo Heikkinen 22.03.2018

If you are worried about the state of security in your company but don’t really know where to start, then you should consider performing a security assessment to review the current state of your environment.

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By Attila Bencze 06.06.2017

Dry

In software engineering, don’t repeat yourself (DRY) is a principle of software development, aimed at reducing repetition of information of all kinds, which is especially useful in multi-tier architectures. - Wikipedia

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By Antti Hahto 24.05.2016

In the previous article, we gave some commentary on victory over humanity and why does it matter. This time, we’ll go through some initial aspects in pattern recognition within a bit larger context. Previously, we made a statement on Homo erectus’ greatest ability in this particular area, also to partially defend special honor and make us feel a bit better.

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By Antti Hahto 10.05.2016

Historically, gaming has been the second of two big facilitators, progressing digital technology onward. The other; yeah, you already guessed it.

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