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Data on streaming video: Opera Max as a free VPN app that helps Android users in Africa

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More and more, there are lot of excitements around data on streaming video, audio and photo-rich apps through both mobile and Wi-Fi connections. The trend is global data on HTTPS videos without any significant loss in quality. Henceforth through Opera Max, a free VPN app, Opera aims to help Android users in Africa manage and save data on streaming video, audio and photo-rich apps through both mobile and Wi-Fi connections.

Netflix viewers across can enjoy it to inter alia save data on HTTPS videos without any significant loss in quality.

Microsoft with its machine learning Computational Network Toolkit , and Baidu with its new artificial intelligence software

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The open source trend is now a real momentum within businesses of all sizes and organizations, and within government agencies.This impetus grows at the rapid pace across the world; because the stakes are now well known.
Microsoft is moving its machine learning Computational Network Toolkit(CNTK) from its own hosting site, CodePlex, to GitHub. Henceforth under the MIT open source license, this move can help developers to collaborate on building their own deep learning applications using the CNTK.
Baidu the Chinese web services company is also aware of the stakes and has released a new artificial intelligence software called WARP-CTC. The code is apparently capable of speech recognition, particularly for short segments. The source code available on GitHubuses an approach called 'connectionist temporal classification'.