Free reference Kindle books for 25 Sep 18

Creating Value With Artificial Intelligence: Lessons Learned from 10 yrs of Building AI Products and Overcoming Data, Adoption, and Engineering Challenges

by Rudradeb Mitra

This book bridges the gap between the commoner’s world and the AI technical world. This easy read book is suitable for anyone who wants to dig deeper into the practical aspects and explore the value of AI and build intelligent products for real-world use cases. You will learn about:

– Where can AI or intelligent machines add Value?
– What real-world problems can be solved and what problems are harder to solve using existing AI algorithms,
– A brief explanation of the most applicable algorithms and for which use cases they are most suitable,
– How to engineer and architect AI systems, 
– How to overcome some of the major challenges with gathering the data, developing the product, and making users adopt the product. â?¨

The above steps are explained through use cases taken from banking, insurance, energy, sales, healthcare, and other sectors.

Almost all the knowledge and use cases shared in this book have been gained during my many years (almost 10 years actually) spent working and researching various AI-related products and are based primarily on my personal experiences. However, this is not a course book on Artificial Intelligence (AI), or a comprehensive literature review on AI or its use cases


Trailer Mechanics: How to Make Your Documentary Fundraising Demo

by Fernanda Rossi

Can you show me something? That s what every industry professional and funder says to filmmakers looking for funds to make their documentaries. But how can you make a sample before you get the money and before you know how the film will turn out? Trailer Mechanics answers those and many other questions by: Facilitating the storytelling process: With new adaptable templates and story exercises, go from idea to finished sample efficiently while allowing your individuality to shine through. Demystifying the creative process: The creative process is demystified with 16 exercises and worksheets, so you can remain focused and motivated from start to finish. Introducing you to industry professionals and funders: More than 25 interviews with industry professionals, funders and market directors give you the inside scoop about what works and what doesn t. Fernanda Rossi has written what is by now considered the bible on the topic of fundraising demos. Trailer Mechanics is the perfect prescription for your documentary doldrums and a must-have tool for creating and funding your documentary. Morrie Warshawski, author of Shaking the Money Tree ———————————————–

How to Build Your First Robot : Step by Step Full Instructions

by Peter Joe

Everything here is so easy, that after you have gone through it, you can make a
robot in a couple of hours. Why can’t you do that now?

Because there are so many little things you need to know. This is an attempt to let
you know exactly all these little things, and nothing more. Fast, and based on 2
years of experience of what people need to know to get started. If you hurry, you
can run through this, and be robot builder in a couple of hours. But expect to use a
good weekend – Learning takes time – even though it is very easy, it just takes some
time, all the little things to get to know 🙂

There are other “How to get started building robots” out there. This one is focusing
on getting you around everything extremely fast. You need no knowledge of …
anything. And you will learn everything… well, the basics of everything 😉

First 100 Words. A Picture Book for Baby

by Liza Lucky

First 100+ words is the perfect book to help your little one to learn their essential first words. They’ll discover bright illustrations of all kinds of things they’ll recognize from around the home and their everyday experiences. Some interesting things, which difficult to show to your baby in everyday life you can find in this book, for example an insects or some animals. Each picture has its name written underneath, helping children to build key early vocabulary and start to develop word and picture association. A must-have for every first library!

SQL Interview Questions

by Shubham Vernekar

This book will flow in a “Question & Answer” mode from start to finish to help you grasp concepts faster and get to the point quickly. Once you understand the concepts, it gets easier to see twists using that concept within a scenario and to ultimately solve them. Though each of these chapters are geared towards convenience we highly recommend reading each of the sections irrespective of the roles you might be doing since each of the sections have some interesting trivia about working with SQL Server. In the industry the role of accidental DBA’s (especially with SQL Server) is very common. Hence if you have performed the role of DBA for a short stint and want to brush-up your fundamentals then the upcoming sections will be a great review.

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