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AI Development Using a Tablet and a Local Server
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AI Development Using a Tablet and a Local Server

Last Updated on February 28, 2024 by Editorial Team

Author(s): Leo Tisljaric, PhD

Originally published on Towards AI.

Simple setup for Jupyter Notebook development using a tablet and a local server at your home
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Have you ever bought something super fancy with many features but not actually using it? Well, tablets mostly fall into this category, especially if you are an AI developer, where you buy the most expensive one and end up spending $1000+ on it and then you realize that Pycharm is not built for running on tablet operating systems. This exactly happened to me! In this short article, I will show you how to make use of a tablet and create a real AI development machine out of it!

Basic requirements — What do you need to run this kind of setup?Server-side setup — How do you set up the server side that will run Jupyter notebooks?Tablet-side setup — How to run Jupyter Notebook from a tablet?Limitations & Upgrades

The purpose of this article is to show you a simple and fast way of connecting a tablet to your local AI machine. This process could be more complex and secure, but I wanted to cover a use case where you have a server at your house, and you want to use a tablet from a more convenient location (couch, another room, etc.) for your programming tasks.

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