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April 1st, 2019

Deep Universal Probabilistic Programming

Pyro is a tool for deep probabilistic modeling, unifying the best of modern deep learning and Bayesian modeling. The goal of Pyro is to accelerate research and applications of these techniques, and to make them more accessible to the broader AI community.

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Uber Engineering Blog
Achieving Uber's goal of bringing reliable transportation to everyone requires effortless prediction and optimization at every turn. Opportunities range from matching riders to drivers, to suggesting optimal routes, finding sensible pool combinations, and even creating the next generation of intelligent vehicles.

Uber's geospatial analysis tool for large-scale data sets

kepler.gl is a data-agnostic, high-performance web-based application for visual exploration of large-scale geolocation data sets. Built on top of deck.gl, kepler.gl can render millions of points representing thousands of trips and perform spatial aggregations on the fly.

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Medium
On January 12th, 2018, the Pittsburgh area experienced major flooding due to a severe rainstorm. Major roads and freeways were flooded as commuters sat through longer travel times than normal.
Medium
Many years ago in college, I decided to take a Computer Graphics class. One of the assignments during the class was to create a visualization using any type of scientific data. One day, while reading the news, I noticed a small earthquake had happened in California.
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Search for ride sharing cities in a city or country

A simple app that allows you to search for a city and it if that city has ride sharing providers.

It currently looks for:

* Uber

* Cabify

* Taxify

* Lyft

* Go-jek

* myTaxi

* Chauffeur Prive

* Beat

* Blacklane

* Gett

* Taksini

* Taksi Helsinki

* Lady Driver

* 99 Pop

* Careem

* Yandex Taxi

* Pathao

* Grab

* Heetch

Any more are always welcome :)

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Uber's code-free deep learning toolbox

Ludwig is a toolbox that allows to train and test deep learning models without the need to write code.

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VentureBeat
Want to dive earnestly into artificial intelligence (AI) development, but find the programming piece of it intimidating? Not to worry - Uber has your back. The ride-hailing giant today debuted Ludwig, an open source "toolbox" built on top of Google's TensorFlow framework that allows users to train and test AI models without having to write code.
Uber Engineering Blog
Over the last decade, deep learning models have proven highly effective at performing a wide variety of machine learning tasks in vision, speech, and language. At Uber we are using these models for a variety of tasks, including customer support , object detection , improving maps , streamlining chat communications , forecasting , and preventing fraud .
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