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Writing your first hello world in machine learning with Python

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Machine Learning is the process of taking data as input, identifying the trends and patterns in data and giving a program as output. This program also or model is the representation of the patterns that define the data. New data can be given as input to this model/program and it will be able to classify it or make predictions on it. Python has been found to be a simple and easy to learn language that works very well with requirements of machine learning. Python has been designed to favor data analysis.


Why Programmers Are Not Data Scientists (and Vice Versa)

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Hot jobs go in waves, and not surprisingly, the information technologies sector is as prone to following fashions as religiously as teenagers. There is a good reason for this, of course. The hot IT jobs are where the money is, and if you want to play in that market, then you need to have the skills or training to participate. Otherwise, you run the risk of watching your income fall as you're relegated to lesser paying jobs, or worse, are forced into IT management, doomed never to touch a compiler again, while never quite managing to play in the big leagues with the C Suite (I may be exaggerating a bit here, though not necessarily by much). Over the years the role of programmers as generalists havs faded even as their importance as tool creators to assist others has grown dramatically.


Digital Transformation Isn't About ERP Anymore, It's About Automation With Machine Learning

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Digital transformation today is still about organization and standardization, but it's also about automation. In fact, post-Covid-19, it will be much more about automation than functional standardization. While enterprise applications vendors (like SAP) and ERP vendor enablers (like UiPath) are investing heavily in automation, the most automated companies will move past their enterprise applications to functionality that's increasingly automated outside of older application architectures.


Researchers say AI tools could make justice systems more just

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Researchers are calling for open and free access to U.S. court records and building an AI tool to analyze them. Why it matters: Court records are publicly available but expensive to access and difficult to navigate. Freeing up that data -- and using machine learning tools to make sense of it -- would help make the justice system more just. While records for Congress and executive agencies are free on the internet, federal courts charge $0.10 per printed page to view any record online. What's new: In one example of the kind of analysis that could be possible with open access, researchers from Northwestern University used an algorithm to scan court records and determine how often judges granted waivers for the $400 fee required to file a federal lawsuit.


The 10 Deep Learning Methods AI Practitioners Need to Apply

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A Convolutional Neural Network is basically a standard neural network that has been extended across space using shared weights. CNN is designed to recognize images by having convolutions inside, which see the edges of an object recognized on the image. A Recurrent Neural Network is basically a standard neural network that has been extended across time by having edges which feed into the next time step instead of into the next layer in the same time step. RNN is designed to recognize sequences, for example, a speech signal or a text. It has cycles inside that implies the presence of short memory in the net.


Don't let missing values ruin your analysis output, Deal with them!

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Missing values or their replacement values can lead to huge errors in your analysis output wheter it is a machine learning model, KPIs or a report. Missing values or their replacement values can lead to huge errors in your analysis output wheter it is a machine learning model, KPIs or a report. Often analysts deal with missing values just like there is only one type of them. It is not the case, there is three types of missing values and there is ways of dealing with0 each one of them. Missing at random (MAR): The presence of a null value in a variable is not random but rather dependent of a known or unknown characteristic of the record.


What is EDA? Yes, another post on EDA

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A notebook containing all the relevant code is available on GitHub. Yes, this is a new post among many that address the subject of EDA. This step is the most important of a Data Science project. Because it allows you to acquire knowledge about your data, ideas, and intuitions to be able to model it later. EDA is the art of making your data speak. Being able to control their quality (missing data, wrong types, wrong content …).


This Magic Box Gives Your Car Autonomous Parking Abilities

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Like a magician setting up a trick, Anuja Sonalker starts by making it clear that there is no hidden driver in her car's front or back seat. Next, she presses the phone camera up against the side window and waves it around until I reassure her that I'm satisfied. Sonalker then turns and strides away from the idling vehicle until she is maybe 10 or 15 feet away. Next, she holds up a smartphone displaying the STEER Tech app and taps it a couple of times. In the background, the car springs to life.


Welcome to SVM tutorial - SVM Tutorial

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Here is a list of SVM tutorials. You will find tutorials about math to really understand how SVM works. There is also tutorials about SVM in R and C#.


This New App Uses AI To Grade Tuna Freshness

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Sushi is only as good as the fish wrapped inside its barrel of rice and seaweed. If the tuna, yellowtail, or salmon isn't fresh, it not only looks gross, but renders the whole roll underwhelming in flavor and texture. To keep things from getting fishy, a Japanese company has developed a new mobile app that uses artificial intelligence to grade the freshness of cuts of tuna on sight. Aptly named Tuna Scope, the system uses thousands of cross-sectional images of tuna tails as training data to learn what good quality tuna looks like. According to the Tuna Scope website, trained fishmongers use the tuna tail as a "road map" detailing the fish's flavor, texture, freshness, and overall excellence.