Strong Artificial Intelligence 2 days Pills
Do you need better preparation? Do you want to refresh your knowledge of specific topics?
Are you curious about AI, programming, supercomputers, neural networks, or just maths or advanced maths?
Take our pills for two days full immersion or take our full immersion one week courses for C++, Python, R+Matlab+Octave, CUDA:
The Pills are structured on two days 9 am to 5 pm.
CUDA: Compute Unified Device Architecture
The language of parallel programming from nVidia
II C and CUDA
III CUDA on my normal computer
IV CPU and GPU
V Type qualifiers
VI Functions and threads
VII Parallelizing: threads, blocks, grids
XI Thread manager
X Optimize parallel programming
nVidia Jetson TX1 and TK1 at work: supercomputing
Programming and building together our real supercomputer
I The boards TX1 and TK1
II Switch on!
III Hallo World
V CUDA Parallel Programming in action
Neural Networks: SLAM
Explaining neural networks in detail and creating a SLAM architecture
I Neural networks: the beginnings
III Building and testing
IV Practical case: SLAM
V Programming the practical case in the neural network
Arduino: let’s get started!
This is the basic course for people not using Arduino and without math/ai background
III Arduino primer
IV Building circuits
V Building a basic robot
VII User controls
VIII Sensor navigation
XI Electric motors
X The H-Bridge
Arduino: my robot!
Let’s build a basic robot, moving on wheels, and program it! Building, programming, creativity
I Linus the Line-Bot
II Wally the Wall-Bot
III Making PCBs
IV The Bug-Bot
VII Lawn-Bot 400
Advanced Arduino programming for difficult tasks and remote management
I Basics of programming
II Arduino IDE
III Building functions
VII Managing frequencies
VIII Predefined tracks
IX Free track: autonomous navigation!
Digimatronics is the system Maurizio Viviani invented for active global recognition and safety/access control, let’s build together an AI system, he give out his algorithms during the course.
I The minimal tools: a computer, a webcam, an internet connection
II My functions
III The webcam, my eye, acquiring
IV Making memories and learning (computer vision)
V Interacting with environment changes
VI Creating alert interrupts
VIII Self-improving AI for my program!
This is the base course for Astronomy, for people who never looked at the sky!
They will learn orienteering in the night sky, constellations, basic astrophysics geometry (no math), how to find, chase and see objects (planets, multiple stars, galaxies, nebulas).
The lost poetry of nondigitalized sky!
I Switch off the lights! Look at the sky
II Celestial objects
III Orienteering! Constellations
IV Finding objects: ephemerides and coordinates
V Visual study
VI Stars, planets, nebulae, galaxies, clusters… observing with naked eye
VII Project: new visual objects and variable stars, how to make scientific research
Here we teach math and Physics for Astronomy and theories
I Galaxies: dynamic and nuclear evolution
II HR Diagram
III Clusters. Quasars. Populations.
IV Hubble’s law
V Elementary particles
VI Missing mass problem
VII Star nature and structure
VIII Star matter
IX Hydrogen combustion
X Helium combustion
XI Extragalactic problems
How to choose a telescope, how to mount it, where go mounting it, how to make it work, what can a computer do with an attached telescope
I Optics basics, lens and telescopes types
II Parameters for telescopes
V Finding the Pole
VI Attaching a CCD
VII Computer guide
VIII Programming: take a picture!
How to use our telescope remotely, let’s write our python program for it! Let’s build a small cupola for it too and a rain/wind sensor.
How to interact digitally with remote installations, making queries and elaborating data.
We will search for small unexplored objects and variable stars and if we are lucky we will find a never seen object!
I Pieces and tools for cupola
II Pieces and tools for sensors
III Mounting and attaching a pc
IV Installing the telescope
V My first astro python!
VI Storing data and making queries
VII Remote management made easy and safe
VIII Surveilling stars and planetoids
IX Normalizing and comparing data
X Discoveries!! New objects or unexpected variations!!
Vintage: not digital astronomical photography
How to use not digital camers, how to take pictures in deep sky (no more electronic noise!), how to treat/develop/print films and how to get wonderful images.
I Not digital cameras
II Reflex and optics
III Films and chemistry
IV Learning how to take a picture!
V Long exposures
VI Treating and developing our film
VII Choosing the right place
VIII Using a telescope as a guide
Physics: Time, relativity, Gravitational waves
Einstein, black holes, neutrinos, light quantums. Let’s go physics! No math required, I will give all basics necessary
I History of time
II Beginning and end of time
V Time arrows
VI What time is it? Really?
VII Gravitational waves
The very basics of AI math, no prerequisites
II Linear equations
IV Vectorial space
V Base and dimensions
VI Linear applications
VII Matrices and linear operators
IX Autovectors and autovalue
X Canonical forms
XI Linear functions and dual space
XII Bilinear, quadratic and hermitian forms
XIII Scalar product spaces
II Products and formulas
III Geometric formulas
IV Trigonometric functions
V Complex numbers
VI Exp and log
VIII Solution of algebraic equations
IX Plane analitic geometry
X 3d analitic geometry
XII Defined integrals
XIII Undefined integrals
XIV Gamma function
XV Beta function
XVI Fundamental differential equations
XVII Bernoulli and Eulero numbers
XVIII Sums and series
XIX Vector formulas
XX Fourier series
XXI Bessel functions
XXII Legendre functions
XXIII Hermite polynomials
XXIV Laguerre polynomials
XXV Chebyshev polynomials
XXVII Laplace transform
XXVIII Elliptic functions
XXX Partial fractions
XXXI Infinite products
XXXII Probability distributions
Let’s build a time machine!
Realistic course, we will explore the state of the art theories and we will make a real project for a time machine! based on Stephen Hawking and Paul Davies publications and updated on Einstein’s gravitational waves
VI Now? Never?
VII The past
VIII Light speed
IX Black holes, wormholes and curved space
X Curved spacetime: gravitational waves in detail
XIV The time machine
XV Time tourism and paradoxes
XVI Causalities and copies
This course is for programming pythonic! based on Guido Van Rossum publications, we will teach the necessity for elegance in creativity with Python. No prerequisites!
I The interpreter
II Numbers, strings, lists
III Flow tools
IV Data structures
IX The Standard Library
Math for future: Matlab/Octave
Learning Matlab and Octave
II Command window and command line
V Matrix or array operations
VIII All together!
Powerful statistical data analysis language
I What I need to know for R programming
II R environment
III Variables, Functions
IV R packages and extensions
V Data, the power of R
Hard disk failures, mainboard not booting, water on my keyboard, fire from my case. Let’s rescue our data professionally implementing Python!
I Computer malfunctions
IV Hard disk failures
V Hard disk analysis
VI Hard disk rescue
VII Data rescue (Python)
VIII Mainboard failures general analysis
IX Components failure
X Worst case scenery
Let’s go Linux: how to change the world and how to be and stay more productive.
Course for everyone, no requirements
I Think open source
III Choosing a distro and installing
V Surf! Write! Program! Print!
VI Backup and tools
Linux programming, building and creating our personal distro! Let’s make an OS!
I Pieces for our own distro
II Understanding the kernel
III What will I need?
V Install and test
Computers are getting new viruses, so we need to go deeply and to write new software for getting rid of them.
We will create our Python antivirus! Win and Linux/Mac versions!
II Malicious programs
III Writing python code for scanning
IV Battle against the virus!
VI New menaces, malware adware etcware
How to build and deploy apps
I What is Android
II Android apps
III Components and resources
IV Activity and intent
V View and layout
VI Widget and events
VII Animation, menu, dialog and toast
VIII Data management
IX Multithreading and services
X A safe net use
XI WebView and MapView
XII App Widget, Gesture and TextSpeech
XIII Media Management
XIV System services
XVI Classroom project app
A to Z programming in C++
III Data types
V Inputs and outputs
IX Character sequences
XIV Friendship and inheritance
XVIII I/O files
Introduction to programming: JAVA
The world of JAVA for beginners
I Java: coffee!
II Html and applets
III Web pages
Let’s build a 3d printer!!
We build together a functional 3d printer
II Parts from scratch
III Preparing parts
VII The extruder
VIII The filament feeding mechanism
XII The future is here!
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