If you are looking for an answer to the question What is Artificial Intelligence? and you only have a minute, then here's the definition the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence offers on its home page: "the scientific understanding of the mechanisms underlying thought and intelligent behavior and their embodiment in machines."
However, if you are fortunate enough to have more than a minute, then please get ready to embark upon an exciting journey exploring AI (but beware, it could last a lifetime) …
Ethical behavior is good for business. For example, in the study "Doing Well by Doing Good: The Benevolent Halo of Corporate Social Responsibility" marketing professor Alexander Chernev concluded that acts of corporate social responsibility, even when they are unrelated to the company's core business, influence consumer perceptions of the functional performance of the company's products. The products of companies engaged in socially responsible activities are likely to be perceived as being of higher quality. The research paper "Ethics as a Risk Management Strategy" concluded that "there are compelling reasons to consider good ethical practice to be an essential part of … risk management" and that the benefits of ethical behavior include the identification of potential risks, fraud prevention, and reduced court penalties.
There is a tremendous difference between data science for understanding and data science for prediction. The former is understanding why people use the emoji and what emotional states they are trying to communicate-- and how this differs across cultures and age groups. The latter is predicting that if someone types certain words in a certain order then the next emoji they'll type is . The former requires a rich and interdisciplinary set of skills -- mostly human skills -- as I first argued in a talk at Penn State in 2016. The latter is a purely technical problem -- and may even be a trivial technical problem -- and is just one part of the end-to-end data science process.
The project has two main goals: to analyze available bus occupancy data to allow passengers and drivers to maintain a healthy social distance and to understand the changes in overall demand for public transit in each city. Working with bus occupancy data the researchers intend to create a real-time map of available seats within social distancing protocols available for public use. Dubey likens the map to that of how seats are selected on ticket sales websites for concerts or sporting events. The researchers posit that they will further be able to use their algorithm that digests occupancy data to estimate usage and seating patterns. These estimates will be used to make recommendations to WeGo Public Transit and CARTA on the number of buses that need to be added to specific routes to ensure passenger safety.
Before I had used Paperspace Gradient, Colaboratory was my go-to option to make and run Jupyter notebooks over a cloud GPU. Colab was developed by Google and had always been a free resource for machine/deep learning enthusiasts and beginners alike. Recently they've released Colab Pro earlier this year, which gives some convenient perks to its purchasers we'll discuss later. Colab has its fair share of advantages over the rest. For example, it is insanely easy to get started with making notebooks and running models on a GPU.
Many individuals picture a robot or a terminator when they catch wind of Machine Learning (ML) or Artificial Intelligence (AI). However, they aren't something out of motion pictures, it is anything but a cutting edge dream. We are living in a situation with numerous cutting edge applications developed using machine learning, despite that there are certain challenges an ML practitioner might face while developing an application from zero to bringing them to production. Data plays a key role in any use case. For beginners to experiment with machine learning, they can easily find data from Kaggle, UCI ML Repository etc.
Mastering machine learning is not easy, even if you're a crack programmer. I've seen many people come from a solid background of writing software in different domains (gaming, web, multimedia, etc.) thinking that adding machine learning to their roster of skills is another walk in the park. And every single one of them has been dismayed. I see two reasons for why the challenges of machine learning are misunderstood. First, as the name suggests, machine learning is software that learns by itself as opposed to being instructed on every single rule by a developer.
This interesting ability of the brain led the Researches to think that hey what if we can give this ability to a machine. With this the task of the machine will get much simplified, once it can recognize the objects in it's surrounding it can interact better with them and that's the whole aim of improving machines, to make them more human friendly, to make them more human-like. Well in that pursuit, there is one big hurdle. How do we make the machine to identify an object? That's what gave rise to the domain of Computer Vision that we call "Object Detection".
Any organisation involved with deploying machine learning models to production knows it comes with its share of business and technical challenges and will typically look to solve'some' of those challenges by using a Machine Learning Platform complemented with some MLOps processes to increase maturity and governance in your team. For organisations running multiple models in production and looking to adopt an ML platform they'll typically either build an end-to-end ML platform in-house (Uber, Airbnb, Facebook Learner, Google TFX etc), or buy. In this article I am going to compare some ML Platforms which you can buy. You should always answer another question first. "What problems are you trying to solve?".
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