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AutoML: Google’s AI is now better at machine learning than its own programmers

Google’s appropriately-named automatic machine learning AI, AutoML, is now producing better code than its own programmers. So far there’s no sign of Skynet-like aggression, thankfully, but it won’t help to calm the fears of leading figures such as Elon Musk that AI is now doing a better job than humans at essentially coding itself. AutoML is designed to be a solution to the problem of the lack of machine learning talent. The system currently works by optimising its existing code rather Read More...

Websites Every Developer Should Visit: Programming News, Tutorials & More

In every industry, there are at least a handful of experts considered authorities on the subject. Most have a blog or website, making them the premier trusted resources industry-wide. Likewise, you’ll usually find a community or two where all the professionals immersed in the field turn to when they need to converse with like-minded professionals. The same holds true in the world of development. Developers are such a quirky bunch that no ordinary website will do, so we’ve put together Read More...

Tutorial: Intro To React

Before We Start What We’re Building Today, we’re going to build an interactive tic-tac-toe game. If you like, you can check out the final result here: Final Result. Don’t worry if the code doesn’t make sense to you yet, or if it uses an unfamiliar syntax. We will be learning how to build this game step by step throughout this tutorial. Try playing the game. You can also click on a button in the move list to go “back in time” and see what Read More...

iPhone X samples touch input at 120Hz for faster, smoother response

When Apple refreshed the iPad Pro line this summer, it introduced a stunning new feature called ProMotion. Instead of refreshing the display at 60Hz like most phones and tablets, it cranked it all the way up to 120Hz for super-smooth animations and lightning-fast touch response. And to save battery life, it made the refresh rate adaptive—it drops way down when there’s no movement or interaction. I wasn’t alone in hoping Apple would bring the technology to the iPhone this year, and I’m a Read More...

What’s new in Fedora Linux 27?

Fedora 27, the latest version of the Red Hat-sponsored Linux project that serves both as a user distribution and as a proving ground for new ideas in Red Hat Enterprise Linux, is set to arrive this week or next. The most important additions and changes in Fedora 27 include: Greater modularization of the underlying system. The latest versions of popular languages and system components. Broader use of Flatpak software packaging for desktop apps. Fedora alpha releases discontinued. New Fedora features Fedora 26 introduced the concept of modularity to Read More...

What’s new in Angular 5?

Key features include: An emphasis on making it easier to build progressive web apps, so apps can be cached in the browser. The progressive web apps concept, the product of a joint effort between Google and Mozilla, is about enabling development of browser-based apps that offer a superior, native-like experience. Google is still building support for capability in the command-line interface (CLI). A build optimizer that makes the application smaller by eliminating unnecessary code. (The build optimizer is a command-line tool.) Making Material Design components compatible Read More...