This is the third in a series of reports to document development of a generalized method to create artificial neural networks (ANNs) via a genetic algorithm (GA). This report will be divided into several main sections. The goal of this report is to demonstrate the ability of an ANN to recognize letters by providing example images to the ANN. It will use those images as a training set to recognize letters in a street sign. Report 2 introduced image processing so that image data can be submitted to the ANN for pattern recognition.
Enjoying a surge in research and industry, due mainly to its incredible successes in a number of different areas, deep learning is the process of applying deep neural network technologies - that is, neural network architectures with multiple hidden layers - to solve problems. Deep learning is a process, like data mining, which employs deep neural network architectures, which are particular types of machine learning algorithms. As defined above, deep learning is the process of applying deep neural network technologies to solve problems. Like data mining, deep learning refers to a process, which employs deep neural network architectures, which are particular types of machine learning algorithms.
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This post is a modified excerpt from one of my recent publications on machine learning. Everyone is curious and the jargon doesn't get off our backs. I attempted a comparison between the prevalent terminologies that exist today and how each of these are similar or dissimilar to machine learning. Please remember, I haven't yet brought in the Cognitive computing to the mix. My next post will cover more on cognition and how it is different from other areas of learning / intelligence.
The outcome is for more efficient security for cloud-based machine learning. The approach comes from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and it is focused with securing data used in online neural networks. A secondary brief was to boost security while also avoiding significantly slowing down machine runtimes. A problem with many cybersecurity solutions is that they tend to slowdown the very device they aim to protect. The harnessing of machine learning with the cloud is important since more organizations are outsourcing machine learning.