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Tackle Math for Machine Learning (The Easy Way) - Minds Mastering Machines [M³] London


If you want to fully grasp machine learning,and avoid mistakes, you'll need to be familiar with math at some level. You'll find it in papers and textbooks as well as libraries/frameworks. With a targeted approach, and the right frame of mind, you can tackle the math necessary for machine learning. If you didn't get along with math in high school then don't worry, this talk will be down-to-earth and approachable, and has been designed with you in mind. This talk will cover practical mathematical concepts featured in machine learning, presented in a very accessible, visual manner.

When Was Zero Invented? Ancient Text Reveals Mathematical Concept's Origins

International Business Times

Scientists have found the earliest recorded usage of a zero, marking a historical turning point in mathematics and society. The Bodleian Libraries at Oxford University announced the discovery from an ancient Indian mathematical document called the Bakhshali manuscript, which was discovered in the late 1800s in what is now Pakistan but has recently been reanalyzed. The text, which is littered with zeroes, has been dated to between 200 and 400 BCE, placing it about 500 years earlier than the next known use of the mathematical symbol. "This isn't some sort of theoretical text, it seems to be a practical document that is being used by merchants to do calculations," mathematics professor Marcus du Sautoy said in a video from Oxford. Those calculations, which include dots that are supposed to be zeroes, were made on dozens of birch bark leaves.

Mathematical Foundation For Machine Learning and AI


Learn the core mathematical concepts for machine learning and learn to implement them in R and python, Learn Why Businesses Achieving AI at Scale are Disproportionately Financial Outperformers. The integration of Artificial Intelligence is growing and multiple sectors are now looking to build technologies that include AI. With self-driving cars, smart robots, to even your coffee machines, AI has become a prominent technology that cannot be overlooked. Writing algorithms for AI and Machine Learning is difficult and requires extensive programming and mathematical knowledge. While these algorithms have the potential to solve a number of difficult problems that are currently plaguing the world, designing these algorithms to solve these problems requires intricate mathematical skills and experience.

Mathematics machine learning Pattern recognition and machine learning


The fundamental mathematical tools needed to understand machine learning include linear algebra, analytic geometry, matrix decompositions, vector calculus, optimization, probability and statistics. These topics are traditionally taught in disparate courses, making it hard for data science or computer science students, or professionals, to efficiently learn the mathematics. It uses these concepts to derive four central machine learning methods: linear regression, principal component analysis, Gaussian mixture models and support vector machines. For students and others with a mathematical background, these derivations provide a starting point to machine learning texts. For those learning the mathematics for the first time, the methods help build intuition and practical experience with applying mathematical concepts.

What is Rational Psychology?

AI Magazine

Thcsc are the problems of investigating theories and techniques of natural and artificial psychologies by means of t,he most fit mathematical concepts. Rational psychology should not, be confused with logic-based presentations of artificial intelligence. While investigations based on mathematical logic are relatively familiar and certainly useful, using only that portion of mathematics to characterize psychologies presupposes that psychological questions are fundamentally logical. That presupposition is not, ncccssary for the development of an exact science of mind. Rational Psychology Hat,ional psychology is a part of mathematics, the conceptual investigation of psychology.