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Sensor: 20.9 Megapixel 1″ Exmor CMOS R

Lens: 24-70mm equivalent f/1.8-2.8 lens

Video: 1080p 60fps/24fps HD

Pros : Great focal length range. Good lens speed and low light performance. High FPS, Shoots RAW photos!

Cons : No 4K video.

This camera is my #1 Winner and top recommendation because of its large 1 inch 20.9 Megapixel sensor its impressive Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar lenses. These lenses have a special coating to reduce flaring and ghosting from reflection. Its lightweight and excellent quality. One downside to this camera is the lack of 4K video capture which may not be important to you anyway, also If you want hyper-telephoto capabilities this camera isn’t for you. It has built in WIFI functionality to instantly transfer your photos without having to connect to your computer. It also has fantastic low light capability due to its large sensor and fast lens, and a really cool popup electronic viewfinder. The screen also swivels for selfie videos and photos. I love this camera!!

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Sensor: 20.1 Megapixel 1″ CMOS

Lens: 24-100mm f/1.8-2.8

Video: 1080p 60 fps

Pros : Great focal length coverage and lens speed. Shoots RAW photos! High frame rate 60 Fps video.

Cons : Lack of viewfinder and no 4K video.

This is a great camera system. Like the Sony it has a large sensor and fast lens. It has a superior focal length range. This camera has great ergonomics and is easy to use in manual mode. It lacks 4K video and doesn’t have a viewfinder which may not be an issue for you. The G7X has great autofocus speed and is an Enthusiast level camera with excellent image quality. When it comes to video quality this camera is no slouch. With 60 fps video you can shoot great action/ moving scenes and it is great for vlogging thanks to a touch multi-angle screen. It would be hard to see a difference in picture quality between this camera and an enthusiast DSLR. Its my pick for #2 Winner because I think it should have a viewfinder.

#3 WINNER Panasonic Lumix FZ1000

Sensor: 20.1 Megapixel 1-inch CMOS

Lens: 25-400mm f2.8-4.0

Video: 4K QFHD 30fps

Pros : Good telephoto focal length coverage and lens speed. Shoots RAW photos!

Cons : Bulky and heavy for a point and shoot camera.

This point and shoot has a large sensor and telephoto capability. The downside is that its almost the size and weight of a DSLR. You gain excellent optical quality with this camera so I reckon its worth the extra bulk. There really isn’t another option as small as this that can give you 400mm of zoom and a large sensor size. The other hyper-telephoto’s on this list are smaller but they don’t have a large sensor or the overall image quality that this camera has. If telephoto capabilities and image quality are important to you this is the camera for you. I love the swivel and tilt LCD on this camera, and its 4K video capability. This camera is my pick for #3 Winner because its bulky for a point and shoot.

A separate but related concern is that a lot of this data is owned by large Internet companies (GAFA). Some, like Facebook, have proven to be a less than perfect steward of it. Nonetheless, this data provides them an unfair advantage in the race to produce ever more powerful AI.

Against those issues, an emerging theme is to think of the blockchain as a possible foil against the risks of AI , as well as a way for others, outside of GAFA, to produce great AI. Crypto economics are viewed as a way to incentivize individuals to provide their personal data and for machine learning engineers to build models by processing this data anonymously. It all remains very experimental, but some early marketplaces and networks are emerging

The 2018 Landscape

Without further ado, here’s our 2018 landscape.

Quite semantic note: buzz terms come and go. Fewer people speak about “Big Data”, many more about “AI”, often to described the same reality. Consequently, we have slightly rebranded our 2018 landscape: it is now called the “Big Data AI” landscape!

To see the landscape at full size, click here .

(The image is high-res and should lend itself to zooming in well, including on mobile)

To download the full-size image, click here .

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We’ve detailed some of our methodology in the notes to this post. Thoughts and suggestions welcome – please use the comment section to this post.

Who’s in, who’s out

On the exit front, the last year (since our 2017 landscape) has seen solid, but not extraordinarily strong.

A few key companies appearing on the landscape went public, in particular Cloudera, MongoDB Pivotal and Zuora. Others are preparing to go out at the time of this writing, such as Elastic.

Some notable acquisitions also occurred, including in particular Mulesoft (acquired by Salesforce post-IPO, for $6.5B), Flatiron Health (acquired by Roched for $2.1B), Appnexus (acquired by ATT for $1.6B), Syncsort and Vision Solutions (acquired for $1.2B by Centerbridge Partners), Moat (acquired by Oracle for $850M), Integral Ad Science (acquired by Vista Equity Partners for $850M), eVestment (acquired by NASDAQ for $705M) and Kensho (acquired by SP Global for $550M). It is worth noting that, other than Mulesoft, all those companies are headquartered on the East Coast (New York, Boston and Atlanta).

Many other companies were also acquired for smaller amounts: Gigya (SAP), Blue River Technology (Deere Co), CoreOS (Red Hat), Guavus (Thales), Lattice Data (Apple), Socrata (Tyler Technologies) and PracticeFusion (AllScripts).

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CCIE Routing Switching

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In this tutorial we will take a look at IP unnumbered and how to configure it. First of all…what is IP unnumbered and why do we need it?

On a router each interface requires a unique IP address so it can install an entry in the routing table and process IP packets. IP unnumbered allows you to process IP packets without configuring a unique IP address on an interface, this works by “borrowing” an IP address from another interface.

Why would you want this and not just configure an IP address on the interface? To answer that question we have to dive into the past.

Once upon a time we didn’t have VLSM (Variable Length Subnet Mask) and we used classful routing protocols like RIP version 1 and IGRP (the predecessor of EIGRP). This means that the smallest subnet you could use was a /24. When using public IP addresses this is a huge waste of IP space. Take a look at the picture below:

There are 3 routers connected with each other using point-to-point serial links. We have to use two /24 subnets while we only require 4 IP addresses in total…such a waste!

IP unnumbered was created to solve this problem so you didn’t have to waste entire subnets on point-to-point interfaces. It borrows an IP address from another interface so you don’t have to configure one on the point-to-point interface.

Nowadays we can use VLSM to create /30 subnets so we don’t have to waste many IP addresses. We can also use private range IP addresses (if possible in your network) so we don’t need ip unnumbered as much as in the past. Still it can be useful if you quickly want to setup a point-to-point link without worrying about IP addresses and finding a suitable subnet.

Does this make sense so far? Let’s check out the configuration of IP unnumbered. Here’s a simple example with one router:

Here’s how to configure IP unnumbered:

interface FastEthernet 0/0 ip address 192.168.1.1 255.255.255.0 interface Serial 0/0/0 ip unnumbered FastEthernet 0/0

The serial interface will borrow the IP address of the FastEthernet interface. Both interfaces will use the same IP address as the same time and will function 100%. We can verify this by using the show ip interface brief command:

Above you can see that both interfaces are using the same IP address. The serial 0/0/0 interface that is borrowing the IP address is called the “unnumbered interface”.

The interface that you are borrowing the IP address from should be up and running, if not you can’t borrow the IP address. For this reason it’s best to borrow an IP address from a loopback interface. A loopback interface doesn’t go down unless you use the shutdown command or your router crashes…