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Thank you very much.

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স্ট্যাটাসে লেখা ছিল- “ভদ্রলোকের নাম ড. ফয়জুর রহমান আল সিদ্দিকী। তিনি একজন স্কলার এবং অবসরপ্রাপ্ত বিজ্ঞানী। ভদ্রলোক মাননীয় প্রধানমন্ত্রীর স্বামী প্রয়াত ড. ওয়াজেদ সাহেবের সহকর্মী ছিলেন।
https://www.jagonews24.com/feature/article/558078

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তাঁর কাছ থেকে আমরা পেয়েছি ডটের ব্যবহার, চলতি শব্দ।
কী প্রাণশক্তি! এমন বয়সে দাঁড়িয়েও বলছেন, এখন থেকে প্রতি বই মেলায় বই আনবেন। আহ যেন সত্যি হয়।
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TKoKHw2CNiQ

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Faculty Sections / AI experiments you can tinker with
« on: January 23, 2020, 11:26:40 AM »
Artificial intelligence (AI) is being deployed almost everywhere, from handheld devices to large scale industrial operations. Tech giants like Google, IBM, Microsoft and Intel are leading us towards the age of AI. These companies have dedicated research groups and labs that experiment with AI, and many of these experiments are made available to the public so that we too can experience the true potential of artificial intelligence and at the same time, help their AI based tools gather valuable user data. In this article, we’ll take a look at some of the most amazing AI experiments you should try out. You’ll see that most of the experiments enlisted here are from Google, and that’s because they’re ahead of the other tech giants in this race. However, companies like Microsoft and IBM are also catching up.

Sketch2Code, Microsoft

Sketch2Code uses artificial intelligence to convert drawings into working HTML code. This is achieved through the use of computer vision, a combination of AI and image processing.

Like most AI projects, Sketch2Code was trained to recognise different HTML or web-design elements, like a text box or a button. Text recognition is also used to identify any text in the design provided to the model. All this leads to the generation of an HTML code that mirrors the design or layout you provided.

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Faculty Sections / Rose Garden: A history of passion and pride
« on: January 23, 2020, 11:24:42 AM »
At Kamini Mohan (K.M.) Das Lane in Tikatuli of Old Dhaka, there lies a majestic mansion called “Rose Garden”. Interestingly, it was built to host parties by one of the prominent zamindars of Dhaka, named Hrishikesh Das. He built the Rose Garden in 1931 on a 22-bigha plot along with a famous garden that had various species of rare roses. Thus the compound earned the name “Rose Garden”. The central piece of the garden is the elegant building.




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Faculty Sections / The FaceApp privacy scare
« on: July 24, 2019, 11:47:07 AM »
We already know that Facebook quizzes are harbingers of big chunks of our data, which they might use against each other to start a big data war in the near future. But, there’s a new cat in town and it makes you look old – it’s called FaceApp.
Russian company Wireless Lab created FaceApp and the app’s terms of condition are a long read. The summary of it is that you give FaceApp irrevocable and royalty-free access to your face. Fair play to them though since most apps do take your data, sometimes without even a notice going as far stealing it.

What’s spectacular about the FaceApp ordeal is that US senator Chuck Schumer has ordered the FBI and FTC to look into the app. So the US does see the app as a major security concern. FaceApp CEO Yaroslav Goncharov has come out and stated that they are not using the pictures for anything questionable. So more than anything, FaceApp’s terms of conditions came off as a cause of concern due to the multiple massive data breaches that have happened in recent time. Reports also point towards the fact that FaceApp isn’t accessing data beyond the single picture you use, with no signs of stealing other sensitive information.

Regardless, it’s best to be safe, especially with external apps like FaceApp. There are already some knockoff FaceApp type apps which do more than just stealing your pictures.
-collected

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Accredited R We? / Bite-sized games which pack a punch
« on: July 24, 2019, 11:35:08 AM »
Bite-sized games which pack a punch
Here are a couple of games you can play to your heart’s content, without worrying about storage.

Mekorama

Platform: Android, iOS, Switch

Size: 4.7 MB

Price: Free

Mekorama is a puzzle game and it’s directly inspired from the gorgeous Monument Valley. It’s also free and with an infinitesimal number of user made levels, you can sink hours into this “2.5D” puzzle game. It’s a beautiful looking game and not to mention, it’s free.

Robot Wants Kitty

Platform: Android, iOS

Size: 8.9 MB

Price: Free

Robot Wants Kitty while only having six levels follows a robot which has to collect kitten each level in order to acquire powerups. If you’re a sucker for the classic Metroidvania formula and you’re looking for a way to kill some time, this game’s got you covered.

Hoppenhelm

Platform: Android

Size: 22 MB

Price: Free

Hoppenhelm is a great pick up and play game. An endless runner with an art style similar to action platformers you would find on the SNES or Sega Genesis, Hoppenhelm oozes a lot of charm. It also has a lot more depth than other similar endless runner type deals, with its character customisation features and randomly generated levels.

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Thanks sir.

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Software Engineering / Re: Top 20 Python libraries for Data Science
« on: July 16, 2019, 11:30:21 AM »
Informative post

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