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Automated Machine Learning (AutoML) Libraries for Python

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AutoML provides tools to automatically discover good machine learning model pipelines for a dataset with very little user intervention. It is ideal for domain experts new to machine learning or machine learning practitioners looking to get good results quickly for a predictive modeling task. Open-source libraries are available for using AutoML methods with popular machine learning libraries in Python, such as the scikit-learn machine learning library. In this tutorial, you will discover how to use top open-source AutoML libraries for scikit-learn in Python. Automated Machine Learning (AutoML) Libraries for Python Photo by Michael Coghlan, some rights reserved.


RTX3080 TensorFlow and NAMD Performance on Linux (Preliminary)

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I had also run with TensorFlow 2.2 on the RTX Titan but did not have time to do this on the RTX 3080. You can see that the $700 RTX 3080 gave excellent performance compared to the much more expensive RTX Titan (which has 24GB of expensive memory). I didn't compare directly to other cards because the RTX Titan was what I had available at the time. Note: that these results for the RTX Titan are much improved over past testing that I have done using earlier versions of the NGC TensorFlow container. This is especially true for the fp16 result as you will will see in the chart below.


How to Self-Teach Computer Science

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My first encounter with computer science was in grade 5, when my mom put me in my local library's C and HTML classes. At only grade 5, computer science seemed like an alien language. After struggling to write my program for hours, I gave up. I told myself that computer science was simply not for me. Fast-forward to high school, and I didn't choose any computer science courses.


Envisioning A Data-Enabled, $2 Trillion Automotive Ecosystem Before Autonomy Is Real

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The automotive ecosystem is an almost $2T marketplace which consists of a large number of integrated markets. Beyond the automotive OEMs, these include rental companies, auto financing, auto insurance, gas stations (energy), media (radio, billboard in particular), maintenance services, public sector infrastructure, and even emergency services. Autonomous capability has been touted as the disruptive change agent by the media and investors alike. However, autonomy has proven to be very difficult at a technological level. As "Measurable Safety, The Missing Ingredient To Demonstrating ADAS Value" discusses, even ADAS, the simpler poor cousin to advanced mobility systems, is not ready for prime time.


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IBM, AI And The Battle For Cybersecurity

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As Artificial Intelligence (AI) becomes a bigger part of the IT landscape, cybersecurity is becoming an AI battlefield. The latest and most aggressive attacks in cybersecurity are now leveraging AI to evade traditional security defenses and to counter adversarial responses. The cat and mouse game between attacker and defender is moving to a different level where AI is augmenting the human element. The future of cybersecurity will likely be AI versus AI. Attackers can use AI in cybersecurity attacks to evade detection (evasive), hide in many locations without detection (pervasive) and automatically adapt to counter measures (adaptive).IBM Research is using its expertise to help build the tools to defend against attacks of all kinds and protect data privacy. As enterprises experiment with AI services, machine learning models that power AI have become so important that the models themselves are the target of intrusion attacks.


Machine learning in Medical field

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In this post, I will test the effectiveness of machine learning in the medical field especially in classifying whether or not a person has heart disease. AS well, I will guide you through building some classifiers from the scikit-learn library then, we will highlight the best accuracy. According to the World health organization, 17.9 million deaths caused by Cardiovascular diseases each year. Our objective here is help doctors diagnose heart disease faster, and also inform patient who are at high risk. Through this post we will try to solve these important questions: 1- Who are more likely to have heart disease?


Predict Loan Eligibility using Machine Learning Models

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Loans are the core business of banks. The main profit comes directly from the loan's interest. The loan companies grant a loan after an intensive process of verification and validation. However, they still don't have assurance if the applicant is able to repay the loan with no difficulties. In this tutorial, we'll build a predictive model to predict if an applicant is able to repay the lending company or not.


End-to-End Machine Learning in JavaScript Using Danfo.js and TensorFlow.js (part 3)

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This is the third and final part of a three-part series. I suggest you read parts 1 and 2 first for better understanding. In the first part of the series, we got introduced to danfo.js, a new JavaScript package that provides fast, flexible, and expressive data structures designed to make working with "relational" or "labeled" data both easy and intuitive. The second part dealt extensively with data pre-processing for model building, training, and evaluation with TensorFlow.js and danfo.js in an Observable notebook. In Pythonic data science end-to-end projects, notebooks are converted into scripts during deployment or package building.


Will Human Writing and AI Writing Become Indistinguishable?

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Recently, the Guardian, one of the UK's most popular outlets, released an op ed with a provocative title: "A robot wrote this entire article. Are you scared yet, human?". Overall, the essay held together unexpectedly well, despite some simple language and repetition, giving it an eerie self referential quality– an AI telling us why we shouldn't be afraid of AI. The essay wasn't created by a robot per se, but by a new piece of software called GPT-3, a text generation AI engine created by San Francisco based Open AI. Not only has the new release raised eyebrows (MIT's Technology Review called it "shockingly good") but it has re-surfaced a question that has been explored in popular fiction starting with Mary Shelley's Frankenstein in the nineteenth century all the way up to modern sci fi classics like Blade Runner and more recently, HBO's Westworld, where robots that are indistinguishable from humans escape from their sheltered theme park world that they were created for, causing havoc.