DeepMind, Hosting Apps in the Cloud & More

Episode 4 December 07, 2020 00:36:00
DeepMind, Hosting Apps in the Cloud & More
The Atlas Podcast
DeepMind, Hosting Apps in the Cloud & More
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Show Notes

This week in the Atlas Podcast we talk to Martijn Dinkersloot about his work on scheduling and his thoughts for the future. We talk about hosting apps in the cloud and how we can move from older approaches to new ones. And we take a look at the DeepMind breakthrough, with AI solving a 50 year old folding problem.

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