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Hello World! It’s Siraj and let’s make our own language translator using TensorFlow Today there are about 6,800 different languages spoken across the world and in an increasingly globalised world nearly every culture has interactions with every other culture in some way that means there are an incalculable number of translation requirements every second of

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remember from the earlier video that a bike can store only zeros and ones that means we can have 256 possible values by the end of this video you'll learn how we can represent the words numbers emojis and more we see on our screens from only these 256 possible values it's all thanks to

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hi my name is Nathan cuts and I'm a professor and chair of Applied Mathematics at the University of Washington I'm here to tell you a little bit about scientific computing and the course that you're looking at right now this course was developed over a decade ago at the University of Washington to address

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