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Building My Own Deep Learning Rig

March 17, 2022

One of the things that I am diving much deeper (pun intended) into lately is deep learning. And with deep learning, one of the things that can help you the most when it comes to having the right hardware locally is a beefy Graphics Processing Unit (GPU). As it turns out, offloading tasks that involve matrix multiplication to the GPU yield massive performance benefits compared to doing the same thing on the Central Processing Unit (CPU).

Recoding Audio Data From Nest Camera

February 15, 2021

Right before the end of the year, I wrote about my updated approach to recording Nest video streams without having to worry about the Nest Aware subscription by reading from the video stream directly with the help of a .NET-based application I wrote, called FoggyCam.