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Yitaek Hwang

Yitaek Hwang
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Yitaek is the Director of R&D at Leverege who loves learning about IoT, machine learning, and artificial intelligence. He graduated from Duke University with a dual degree in electrical/computer and biomedical engineering and is a huge Cameron Crazie.
New Breakthroughs from DeepMind - Relational Networks and Visual Interaction Networks

New Breakthroughs from DeepMind – Relational Networks and Visual Interaction Networks

Given enough GPUs, distributed machine learning systems (such as the one Facebook has published earlier this week) excel in recognizing and labeling images. These systems can quickly and accurately determine whether...
What is CBRS? - LTE in 3.5 GHz Shared Spectrum and What it Means for IoT

What is CBRS? – LTE in 3.5 GHz Shared Spectrum and What it Means...

The CBRS Alliance is looking more and more powerful every day. The group, which advocates for LTE services in the 3.5 GHz Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) spectrum, now boasts all...
Unlicensed LTE Explained - LTE-U vs. LAA vs. LWA vs. Multefire

Unlicensed LTE Explained – LTE-U vs. LAA vs. LWA vs. Multefire

By now, you’ve probably read through Mary Meeker’s 2017 Internet Trends report and confirmed that mobile is still eating the world. Mobile internet usage is growing steadily with average US adults...
The Future of Creativity and Artificial Intelligence

AlphaGo Defeats Ke Jie – The Future of Creativity and Artificial Intelligence

“It isn’t looking good for humanity.”That’s how the New York Times article on AlphaGo defeating Chinese Go Grandmaster Ke Jie began. A year after AlphaGo’s convincing victory of Lee Sedol...
Google I/O 2017 Major Takeaways - From Google.com to Google.ai

Google I/O 2017 Major Takeaways – From Google.com to Google.ai

Google I/O 2017. Boring? Gone are the days of free smartphones, Chromebooks, and skydivers unveiling Google Glass. Google I/O 2017 opened with a rather lackluster keynote delivered by its CEO Sundar Pichai....
INternet of Things World REcap

Internet of Things World 2017 Recap – 8 Takeaways

Internet of Things World 2017, held at the Santa Clara Convention Center, concluded on the 17th, bringing together hundreds of companies and leaders in the IoT space. If you missed IoT...
Data  - The Modern World’s Most Precious Resource

Data  – The Modern World’s Most Precious Resource

The Economist ran a story last week “The world’s most valuable resource is no longer oil, but data,” calling for new regulatory measures for the Internet giants. While it’s true that...
The Hajime Worm - Is is the Solution to Mirai or the Next-Gen Botnet?

The Hajime Worm – Is it the Solution to Mirai or the Next-Gen Botnet?

Last November, a software engineer named Leo Linsky open-sourced an anti-worm “nematode” to combat Mirai, the malware behind the IoT security debacle that took down Dyn. That code, however, is no longer...
Google and IBM vs Alexa - The Competition for Voice-Enabled Virtual Assistants Intensifies

Google and IBM vs Alexa – The Competition for Voice-Enabled Virtual Assistants Intensifies

Oppenheimer analyst Andrew Uerkwitz estimated that between 10 million to 12 million Alexa and Google Home devices were sold over the holidays. With RBC Capital Markets predicting $10 billion in revenue...
Chatbots that Detect and Convey Emotion

Chatbots that Detect and Convey Emotion

From voice-enabled chatbots like Alexa and Google Home to native bots living on Facebook Messenger or Slack, we’ve become accustomed to holding a basic conversation with chatbots. But one of the...