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Weekliii Round-Up: News on Deep Learning, Specialty Software Solutions, and More

Although a short week for our US office, this week has been nothing short of action-packed. Between the continuation of projects, hitching our wagon to the ArcGIS Pro Beta bandwagon, and speaking at the Geomatics Atlantic conference in St. John's, Newfoundland, we have plenty of tales to tell. For now though, we will settle with giving you a quick glimpse at things we have shared your way this week. Enjoy!


Making and Moving Canada's Energy


Looking to add entertainment to your To-Do list? Canadian Geographic has produced a fun, quirky, and informative video to help us learn how energy is made and moved along with the choices we face in a world of increasing global energy demand.


Simplified Solutions: Specialty

If you are on the search for applications to introduce into your workflow, we have just the solutions for you. This post recommends solutions for bridging the gap between ArcGIS and Tableau, robust geoprocessing Python libraries, and auditing and converting seismic and survey data.


Early Adopter Program - ArcGIS Pro 2.1


Have you gotten early access to test the capabilities to be introduced in ArcGIS Pro 2.1? This is available through Esri's Early Adopter Program with a breakdown of the features and changes to be introduced available online.


Knowledge Management for Environmental Resources: Data Discovery


Last week, we kicked off our new series on applying Knowledge Management practices and methodology to the Environmental sector. This week we explored the first leg of this, complete with points for consideration when studying file metadata and Geographic Information System (GIS) metadata for enterprise spatial data.


'AI is the New Electricity'


As electricity has infiltrated our lives over the last century making nearly everything we do possible - from heating those leftovers to seeing in the dark - many experts are beginning to recognize similar patterns with the spread of machine learning and deep learning. Because of this, the call for more education and focus on this technology have seen an increase in universities as well as online resources. Do you see a correlation between the usefulness of these industries as well?



#DailyBrainCandiii and #WeekliiiRoundUp are inspired by brain candiii, a division of Integrated Informatics that develops Geographic Information System (GIS) training for Energy and Natural Resources professionals.

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