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СodeSide. The new game for Russian AI Cup

Mail.ru Group corporate blog Abnormal programming *Sport programming *Entertaining tasks Artificial Intelligence


The AI Cup community and Mail.ru Group in collaboration with Codeforces.com invite you to the real battle! Get ready for the sleepless nights and calloused hands — take part in Russian AI Cup, which is one of the most challenging and vivid artificial intelligence programming competitions in the world. Believe us, managers of this madness did their best to create the game you'd want to play.


To become part of the competition, you need Internet access, computer, creativity, and enthusiasm for being a part of this extraordinary Cup. By the way, you might need some coffee. Welcome!

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Total votes 33: ↑33 and ↓0 +33
Views 1.6K
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Positive Technologies Brings ‘Hackable City’ to Life in The Standoff Cyberbattle at HITB+ CyberWeek

Positive Technologies corporate blog Information Security *Sport programming *
Attackers and defenders to face off in digital metropolis security challenge featuring real-world critical infrastructure and technologies.



Cybersecurity experts at Positive Technologies and Hack In The Box are inviting red and blue team security specialists to test their skills attacking and defending a full-scale modern city at The Standoff Cyberbattle held during HITB+ CyberWeek. This mock digital metropolis with full IT and OT infrastructure including traffic systems, electrical plants, and transportation networks will feature all the latest technologies used in actual critical infrastructure installations, allowing players to expose security issues and the impact they might have on the real world.
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Total votes 15: ↑14 and ↓1 +13
Views 736
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.NET, TensorFlow, and the windmills of Kaggle — the journey begins

Sport programming *.NET *Data Mining *C# *Machine learning *
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This is a series of articles about my ongoing journey into the dark forest of Kaggle competitions as a .NET developer.

I will be focusing on (almost) pure neural networks in this and the following articles. It means, that most of the boring parts of the dataset preparation, like filling out missing values, feature selection, outliers analysis, etc. will be intentionally skipped.

The tech stack will be C# + TensorFlow tf.keras API. As of today it will also require Windows. Larger models in the future articles may need a suitable GPU for their training time to remain sane.
Let's predict real estate prices!
Total votes 14: ↑12 and ↓2 +10
Views 1.7K
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