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Sentiment Analysis using Deep Learning

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The growth of the internet due to social networks such as facebook, twitter, Linkedin, instagram etc. has led to significant users interaction and has empowered users to express their opinions about products, services, events, their preferences among others. It has also provided opportunities to the users to share their wisdom and experiences with each other. The faster development of social networks is causing explosive growth of digital content. It has turned online opinions, blogs, tweets, and posts into a very valuable asset for the corporates to get insights from the data and plan their strategy. Business organizations need to process and study these sentiments to investigate data and to gain business insights(Yadav & Vishwakarma, 2020).


Why You Should Start Your Deep Learning Journey With PyTorch

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There's no denying the fact that Deep Learning as we know it, how awesome it is when we can see that with minimal or no human-intervention a job can be done. Since, Machine Learning, Deep Learning is dubbed to be one of the sexiest jobs of the 21st century(hyped?) so there has to be some starting point, a sort of a roadmap that you can follow to reach to the other side. Luckily, we can now approach it relatively easier with modern frameworks like Tensorflow, PyTorch which gives you a high-level interface to build awesome stuff! Let's discuss why you should start with PyTorch. That means line-by-line execution of the code and simultaneous building of the computation graphs just like in python.


Rethinking Greulich and Pyle: A Deep Learning Approach to Pediatric Bone Age Assessment Using Pediatric Trauma Hand Radiographs

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To develop a deep learning approach to bone age assessment based on a training set of developmentally normal pediatric hand radiographs and to compare this approach with automated and manual bone age assessment methods based on Greulich and Pyle (GP). In this retrospective study, a convolutional neural network (trauma hand radiograph–trained deep learning bone age assessment method [TDL-BAAM]) was trained on 15 129 frontal view pediatric trauma hand radiographs obtained between December 14, 2009, and May 31, 2017, from Children's Hospital of New York, to predict chronological age. A total of 214 trauma hand radiographs from Hasbro Children's Hospital were used as an independent test set. The test set was rated by the TDL-BAAM model as well as a GP-based deep learning model (GPDL-BAAM) and two pediatric radiologists (radiologists 1 and 2) using the GP method. All ratings were compared with chronological age using mean absolute error (MAE), and standard concordance analyses were performed.


A Vertebral Segmentation Dataset with Fracture Grading

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Published under a CC BY 4.0 license. Supplemental material is available for this article. This dataset provides vertebral segmentation masks for spine CT images and annotations of vertebral fractures or abnormalities per vertebral level; it is available from https://osf.io/nqjyw/ This public CT dataset holds 160 image series of 141 patients including segmentation masks of 1725 fully visualized vertebrae; it is split into a training dataset (80 image series, 862 vertebrae), a public validation dataset (40 image series, 434 vertebrae), and a secret test dataset (40 image series, 429 vertebrae, to be released in December 2020). Metadata include annotations of vertebral fractures using the semiquantitative method by Genant and of instances of foreign material per vertebral level, as well as opportunistic measurements of lumbar bone mineral density per patient.


Learning Deep Learning at Home

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After multiple online meetings and virtual conversations, I've learned there are many ways people are dealing with suddenly working from home. I would categorize a really low desire as, "I don't want to start anything new, let's just try to get through this." And a really high desire as, "I have more free time than I used to, I should learn something new!" If and when you are looking to learn new things, I've compiled a list of deep learning resources. Below is a range of deep learning resources that can take anywhere from 5 minutes to 3 hours depending on what you're looking for.


Machine Learning Practical: 6 Real-World Applications

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Online Courses Udemy Machine Learning - Get Your Hands Dirty by Solving Real Industry Challenges with Python Created by Kirill Eremenko, Hadelin de Ponteves, Dr. Ryan Ahmed, Ph.D., MBA, SuperDataScience Team, Rony Sulca English [Auto-generated] Students also bought Machine Learning Classification Bootcamp in Python Python for Computer Vision with OpenCV and Deep Learning Optimization problems and algorithms Machine Learning Regression Masterclass in Python Complete Guide to TensorFlow for Deep Learning with Python Preview this course GET COUPON CODE Description So you know the theory of Machine Learning and know how to create your first algorithms. There are tons of courses out there about the underlying theory of Machine Learning which don't go any deeper – into the applications. This course is not one of them. Are you ready to apply all of the theory and knowledge to real life Machine Learning challenges? We gathered best industry professionals with tons of completed projects behind.


Assessing Gender Gaps in Artificial Intelligence

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As roles and tasks shift in tandem with the expansion of new technologies, and the division of work between human and machine is redrawn, it is of critical importance to monitor how those changes will impact the evolution of economic gender gaps. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a prominent driver of change within the transformations brought about by the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR), and can serve as key marker of the trajectory of innovation across industries.19 In partnership with the LinkedIn Economic Graph Team, the World Economic Forum aims to provide fresh evidence of the emerging contours of gender parity in the new world of work through near-term labour market information. The increasing expansion of AI is creating the demand for a range of new skills, among them neural networks, deep learning, machine learning, and "tools" such as Weka and Scikit-Learn. AI skills are among the fastest-growing specializations among professionals represented on the LinkedIn platform.


Machine Learning Operations - Run:AI

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This article explains how Machine Learning Operations came to be a discipline inside many companies and things to consider when deciding if your organization is ready to form an MLOps team. Machine learning (ML) is a subset of artificial intelligence in which computer systems autonomously learn a task over time. Based on pattern analyses and inference models, ML algorithms allow a computer system to adapt in real time as it is exposed to data and real-world interactions. For many people, ML was, until recently, considered science fiction. But advances in computational power, frictionless access to scalable cloud resources, and the exponential growth of data have fueled an increase in ML-based applications.


How Managers Can Enable AI Talent in Organizations

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Recent progress on the technical side of machine learning, particularly within deep learning, has followed an accelerating trend of businesses adopting AI technologies into their processes and workflows in the past decade.1 Some of these advances, such as Google DeepMind's AlphaGo and OpenAI's GPT-2 and GPT-3 models, have demonstrated expert-level performance in domains previously held up as examples of areas where bots would be incapable of challenging human abilities.2 With respect to business outcomes, most of the exciting developments involve using deep learning for Supervised learning problems. Supervised learning is a form of machine learning where you have input and output variables and use an algorithm to learn the function that relates input to output. The algorithm is "supervised" because it learns from training data where input and output are known in advance.


EETimes - What the AI Chip Market is All About

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Right now, the AI chip market is all about deep learning. Deep learning (DL) is the most successful of machine learning paradigms at making AI applications useful in the real world. The AI chip market today is all about accelerating deep learning (DL) – the acceleration is needed during training and during inferencing. The AI chip market has exploded with players: for a recent research report we counted some 80 startups globally with $10.5 billion spend by investors, competing with some 34 established players. Clearly this is unsustainable, but we need to dissect this market to better understand why it is the way it is now, how it is likely to change, and what it all means.