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LIME vs. SHAP: Which is Better for Explaining Machine Learning Models?

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SHAP is a bit different. It bases the explanations on shapely values -- measures of contributions each feature has in the model. The idea is still the same -- get insights into how the machine learning model works. Below you'll find code for importing the libraries, creating instances, calculating SHAP values, and visualizing the interpretation of a single prediction. For convenience sake, you'll interpret the prediction for the same data point as with LIME: The visualization looks great, sure, but isn't as interpretable as the one made by LIME.


Machine Learning and AI Foundations: Classification Modeling Online Class

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One type of problem absolutely dominates machine learning and artificial intelligence: classification. Binary classification, the predominant method, sorts data into one of two categories: purchase or not, fraud or not, ill or not, etc. Machine learning and AI-based solutions need accurate, well-chosen algorithms in order to perform classification correctly. This course explains why predictive analytics projects are ultimately classification problems, and how data scientists can choose the right strategy (or strategies) for their projects. Instructor Keith McCormick draws on techniques from both traditional statistics and modern machine learning, revealing their strengths and weaknesses. Keith explains how to define your classification strategy, making it clear that the right choice is often a combination of approaches.


Getting paid for radiology AI – AuntMinnie.com

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Did you know that your radiology facility can get paid for using artificial intelligence (AI) as part of the interpretation of imaging scans?


Marketing Artificial Intelligence – A Nice Time Slice View Of AI In One Arena

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Marketing Artificial Intelligence, by Paul Roetzer & Mike Kaput, is a nice image of the state of artificial intelligence (AI) focused on marketing solutions. This is a good book to introduce marketing management to the state of AI applications aimed at them. I do mean the title reference to a brief slice of time. The chapters are each focused on an area of marketing and how AI can help, then they are followed by a list of companies providing products in those areas. Note that in all new markets, not just AI, that means the list could be quite different in twelve months.


Artificial Intelligence will Soon Help E-mail Marketing Cross 4 billion User Mark

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Artificial intelligence is an enthralling force in our daily lives. AI can help you improve and streamline your email marketing campaigns. AI performs a similar function in email marketing. E-mail open and click-through rates are higher when emails include personalized content. AI has, after all, played a significant role in data analysis, customer personalization, and the development of cost-effective campaign strategies.


Artificial Intelligence is different - spxbot blog

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Trading is one of the easiest activities around: few seconds and you are in position, few seconds and you are out of your position. Making it profitable is a totally different discourse. Libraries are plenty of technical and fundamental analysis books and the internet is plenty of websites that offer amazing returns. All of them (except some you can count on one hand's fingers) do the same one dimensional analysis, based on the tape, the fluctuating price of the chosen instrument. The variety of tools available is confusing, but basically they all work on moving averages and momentum, sometimes volatility.


Brain Interfaces: Evolutionary Advance Or Decline?

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Man's evolutionary quest has taken us from the bottom of the ocean to deep space, now science and technology join forces to expand beyond our physical realm and explore new frontiers of communication. Elon Musk's Neuralink app, a new kind of brain interface being developed, one of several, would allow you to control your iOS device, keyboard, and mouse, just by thinking about it. When you stop to think about it, even the telephone was invented to meet the needs of long-distance communication. Both the application and the implications are numerous. Consider the endless possibilities of increasing the brain's channels of communication. These methods could be employed to treat a wide range of neurological disorders, restore sensory or movement functions, and without a doubt change the way we interact with one another.


Debrief: The Reddit Robotics Showcase 2022

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Once again the global robotics community rallied to provide a unique opportunity for amateurs and hobbyists to share their robotics projects alongside academics and industry professionals. Below are the recorded sessions of this year. Thanks sincerely on behalf of the RRS22 committee to every applicant, participant, and audience member who took to time to share their passion for robotics. We wish you all the best in your robotics endeavors. As a volunteer run endeavour in it's second year, there is still plenty of room for improvement.


Modi hails Indian 'golden era' in speeches when times get tough

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In the face of high inflation and unemployment, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been repeatedly telling voters that India is just beginning a "golden era" that will run for the next quarter century. "On the first morning of this amrit kaal I am filled with pride to see such an immensely endowed nation," Modi said Monday in a speech to mark the 75th anniversary of independence from British rule, delivered from the ramparts of the 17th century Red Fort in the Indian capital. The phrase "amrit kaal" first made a prominent appearance in a Modi speech on the same day last year, when he described it as a journey of a "new India" for the next 25 years. This could be due to a conflict with your ad-blocking or security software. Please add japantimes.co.jp and piano.io to your list of allowed sites.


Your Data Science Problems are Engineering Problems

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In 2011, Marc Andreessen famously wrote "Software is eating the world"--it's true. In 2022, data science and machine learning are eating software, so you should care because it matters to any modern digital business. If you work in fintech and want to use machine learning in your product, or you work at a startup and want to invest in an ML team, then read this post! Subscribe for free to receive new posts and support my work. And if you're an executive thinking about using DS & ML to drive impact in your business, this is especially for you.