This guide includes code snippets which you can use yourself. Credits to my colleagues at Delegate who have contributed a lot to this domain. If you would like to check out more extensive CI/CD code or contribute yourself check out: https://github.com/atc-net/atc-snippets/tree/main/azure-cli/synapse/Publish. You have setup your synapse workspace and are busy developing your data platform, there […]

At the moment of writing this, it has been a long-lasting desire for Gitlab users to be able to see all members to any project within a group at a single glance or press of a button. It was also something I was looking for myself, since we use Gitlab as a company and therefore […]

At Cmotions we love to learn from each other and that is why we regularly collaborate on internal projects, in which we can express our creativity, curiosity and eagerness to learn. In this article we want to share what we did in the ‘Snake’ project, where we learned the computer to play snake using Reinforcement […]

In 1964, the Beatles released their iconic song “I Want to Hold Your Hand”. Since then, the Fab Four have become one of the most influential bands in music history. Now, fifty years later, you can generate your own Beatles lyrics using AI. In recent years, artificial intelligence (AI) has made significant advances in the […]

Natural Language Processing is a subfield of Artificial Intelligence and has already existed for some time. Recent years, there have been many developments and nowadays not only human language can be analyzed, but it can also be generated by AI models. There are several so-called language models able to generate human-like texts. Probably the most […]

The purpose of this article is to provide a comprehensive description of evaluation methods that can be applied to a text generation task. Three different evaluation techniques are introduced, then used to analyze lyrics written in the Beatles’ style. With the evolution of technology, language models are continually evolving in sync with technological developments. With […]