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Understanding Node.js can have a significant positive impact on your career as a Javascript developer. Knowing how it works, how it scales, and how to interact with it can save you time, headaches and delays going to production which can put you well ahead of your competition. Understanding node.js can help you architect applications that are built to work with node's features and capabilities.

This group is for both beginners as well as advanced javascript developers to meet and share their knowledge of nodeJS and Javascript.

From building IoT applications to mobile apps and chatbots, this group is for every JS developer who has an interest in knowing what is ahead of the curve.

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Can machines learn the same way as humans do?

Network event

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There is a lot of debate surrounding the topic of whether machines can learn in the same way as humans. Some believe that this is not possible, while others think that it is only a matter of time before machines are able to replicate human intelligence.

I happen to believe that machines will eventually be able to learn in the same way as humans, and here are three reasons why:

  1. Machines have already been shown to be capable of learning in ways that surpass human capabilities. For example, Google’s AlphaGo program was able to beat one of the world’s best Go players by using artificial intelligence techniques.

  2. The field of machine learning is constantly evolving and improving, which means that the potential for machines to learn like humans is getting greater all the time.

  3. We ourselves are still learning about how our own brains work, so it stands to reason that we will eventually figure out how to create machines with similar capabilities.

With the recent arrival of GPT3 and Dall-E and many such evolving projects, the question that I have is:

Can they do creative tasks?

Which further leads to:
What is creativity?

Why do they have to be creative?

What kind of business be done with machines which are creative?

How will a creative machine help society or disrupt society?

We will discuss if machines can learn as humans do in our 2-hour discussion about Machines, Learning and Creativity.

==== Tentative Format ==
1. Discussion on the current state of the art generative models; GPT3, OPT, DALL-E, Deepfakes. Showcasing some javascript / nodeJS codes are generated by machines.
2. Speakers (10 min each)
3. Networking and discussion

If you would like to present something or speak at the session, please send me a message.

Email: [masked]

[A part of the text written above is generated by a machine, vetted by humans. Still, the question remains: Can machines be creative or learn to be creative?]

Understanding web3.js

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As we move further into the 21st century, more and more of our lives are moving online. This is especially true for businesses, which are increasingly turning to the internet to reach new customers and grow their businesses. In order to stay ahead of the curve, it’s important for business owners to understand how web3.js works and how they can use it to build applications that will help their businesses grow.

That’s why I’m inviting you all to join me in a free online event about understanding web3.js and building applications with it. During this event, we’ll be discussing everything from what web3 is to how you can start using it in your own business applications. We’ll also have some experts on hand who will be able to answer any questions you may have about this exciting new technology!

If you have something to contribute to it, please DM and I will add you as a speaker.

If you want to learn more about how you can use web3 in your business, or if you just want to stay ahead of the curve when it comes to technological advances, then I urge you to join me in this free online event!

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Everyday Series (AI )- Getting Started with AI

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