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Artificial intelligence is the future. Artificial intelligence is science fiction. And it is already part of our everyday lives. All these three statements are true, it all depends on what flavor of AI you are referring to. For instance, when Google DeepMind’s AlphaGo program defeated the South Korean Master, Lee Se-dol in the board game “Go” earlier in 2016, the terms AI, machine learning and deep learning were used in the media to describe how DeepMind won.…

Are you looking to get into programming, but you have no clue where to start? You’ve most certainly heard of the best programming languages to learn, but you’re still unsure which one is the best. Python, hands-down is the best language to start if you’re looking to get into programming. There’s a strong reason why 70% of introductory programming courses teach Python at Universities. Check out our blog on The Best Way To Learn Python. Learning…

Gaming for a living always seemed like some sort of an adolescent dream growing up. But it was never really clear how to go from a street rookie to a pro gamer. Being paid to play your favorite game still remains one of the greatest fantasies, despite it is the reality for the truly hard working and talented. eSports really exploded worldwide, and along with it so did the entire class of 15-30 year olds…

Honestly, building a PC is way easier than you might think! Learning how to build your own PC is intimidating enough, let alone work on it and actually building it. Be that as it may, once you choose the right component and put everything in the right place, you’ll do tremendously good. Lucky for you, I’ve been researching on how to build my own PC for a long time. And actually did it just last…

Welcome to the ultimate guide to hacking for beginners Are you tired of reading stories about ethical hacking over and over again, without really knowing what it means? Let’s change that! This post is for absolute beginners who qualify for these below: No experience with Cyber security (hacking) Limited experience Those that just can’t catch a break I’ve had my good share of Hats. Black, white or sometimes a blackish shade of grey. The darker it is,…

A beginner’s guide to Raspberry Pi It’s the little things that count A lot of people question what the term Internet of Things (IoT) Means, or what it represents particularly. Putting it simply, IoT is a term for categorizing anything that can be connected to the Internet. This includes: Alexa HomePod Android Watch Samsung smart fridge Even putting it that simply, it’s still confusing to a lot of people. Even trying to make you realize…

Disclaimer: The information below is purely my own personal opinion and research. You’re most welcome to share your opinion in the comments at the end of the article. There are a lot of reasons why Android is still better than iOS, even in 2019. Some of you might ask: Is Android really better than iOS? What are the main differences between Android and iOS? Which one should I pick to develop mobile apps?  Time for…

If you’re new to coding, we’ll guide you how to learn JavaScript quickly. In essence, JavaScript is an Object Oriented Programming language that is primarily used to create web-based interfaces. Too technical? Let’s simplify it with some examples: When you hover over a button and the style of the button changes While hovering a Facebook friend’s profile, the profile pops up on a small window Searching for something and getting instant results In all of…

“What is the best way to learn Python as a beginner?” – a very, very common question. Python is without a doubt one of the most versatile, powerful programming languages in the world. Using Python you can create: Apps Games Design algorithms Program a robot! Learning Python will also open doors to your career such as becoming a software engineer, web and mobile developer, or a data scientist. It will drastically improve your career path, and it’s…

Why do most of the startups fail? We’ve all had the perfect idea to start a startup once in our lifetime. It was the next Facebook or Google. But, according to this article from FastCompany, roughly 75% of startups fail. 75%! But you’re not one of them, right? That’s what everyone thinks at first. In another study by Statistic Brain, the rate of failure in the US after five years was 50%, and over 70% after 10…