Don’t be Afraid to be Creative

Being “creative” is an essential skill in most business environments. When I was an undergraduate engineering student, I learned about how to be creative. I didn’t learn it from classes, though; I learned it through the books by Edward de Bono. I will always be grateful to my friend Richard for introducing me to de […]
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The Two Perspectives on Conflict: Myself and Everyone Else

A conflict involves two people: you and somebody else. The key to successfully resolving those conflicts often comes down to recognizing two things — First: Realizing that you have several options available to you, and Second: Ensuring the other person understands you. In Learning Tree’s course on conflict management and resolution, we look at a conflict from three perspectives: […]
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Face and Emotion Detection using Microsoft Cognitive Services

Microsoft Cognitive Services provide tools to help you include powerful, machine-based artificial intelligence in your applications. There are a range of APIs covering: computer vision speech recognition language understanding knowledge exploration search In this article, we’ll be looking at two APIs in the computer vision areas: Face API Emotion API The Face API allows us […]
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