"The field of Machine Learning seeks to answer these questions: How can we build computer systems that automatically improve with experience, and what are the fundamental laws that govern all learning processes?"
– from The Discipline of Machine Learning by Tom Mitchell. CMU-ML-06-108, 2006.
Python is now the de facto language of choice for machine learning. Although it is easy to learn, you can find some helpful tips that will help you get started or improve your knowledge. This post will show you how to learn programming languages and how to get help. You can learn a language in many different ways, whether you are learning it from a natural language like English or coding languages like Python. Baby learns a language by mimicking and listening.
I like puppies and soulcycle. Embeddings have pervaded the data scientist's toolkit, and dramatically changed how NLP, computer vision, and recommender systems work. However, many data scientists find them archaic and confusing. Many more use them blindly without understanding what they are. In this article, we'll deep dive into what embeddings are, how they work, and how they are often operationalized in real-world systems. To understand embeddings, we must first understand the basic requirements of a machine learning model. Specifically, most machine learning algorithms can only take low-dimensional numerical data as inputs. In the neural network below each of the input features must be numeric. That means that in domains such as recommender systems, we must transform non-numeric variables (ex.
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A few weeks ago I was lucky enough to have the chance to present at the Linley Processor Conference. I gave a talk on "What TinyML Needs from Hardware", and afterwards one of the attendees emailed to ask where some of my numbers came from. In particular, he was intrigued by my note on slide 6 that "Expectations are for tens or hundreds of billions of devices over the next few years". I thought that was a great question, since those numbers definitely don't come from any analyst reports, and they imply at least a doubling of the whole embedded system market from its current level of 40 billion devices a year. Clearly that statement deserves at least a few citations, and I'm an engineer so I try to avoid throwing around predictions without a bit of evidence behind them.
This time I want to explore how deep reinforcement learning can be utilized e.g. This kind of task is a continuous control task. A solution to such a task differs from the one you might know and use to play Atari games, like Pong, with e.g. I'll talk about what characterizes continuous control environments. Then, I'll introduce the actor-critic architecture to you and show the example of the state-of-the-art actor-critic method, Soft Actor-Critic (SAC).
A new study from a DeepMind and Swiss AI Lab IDSIA team proposes using symmetries from backpropagation-based learning to boost the meta-generalization capabilities of black-box meta-learners. Meta reinforcement learning (RL) is a technique used to automatically discover new RL algorithms from agents' environmental interactions. While black-box approaches in this space are relatively flexible, they struggle to discover RL algorithms that can generalize to novel environments. In the paper Introducing Symmetries to Black Box Meta Reinforcement Learning, the researchers explore the role of symmetries in meta generalization and show that introducing more symmetries to black-box meta-learners can improve their ability to generalize to unseen action and observation spaces, tasks, and environments. The researchers identify three key symmetries that backpropagation-based systems exhibit: use of the same learned learning rule across all nodes of the neural network; the flexibility to work with any input, output and architecture size; and invariance to permutations of the inputs and outputs (for dense layers).
Suppose you ran a randomized experiment. For example, you rolled out a new feature of your product to a random subset of your customers and measured customer retention. Or to take an example from public policy, some randomly selected individuals in a city were offered a free (vegan) sausage if they get vaccinated against Covid-19. After enduring the blood, sweat, and tears of data collection and cleaning, you finally calculate the average treatment effect (ATE) by comparing average outcomes in the treatment and control group. Individuals in the treatment group were 10% more likely to be vaccinated -- hooray!
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DeepMind Faces: Google's AI department, otherwise known as DeepMined, the Google-owned AI research company, is the subject of a lawsuit. The lawsuit focuses on the company's use of the personal records of a whopping 1.6 million UK National Service patients, including confidential medical records. The #Google #AI department is getting a class-action lawsuit for gaining 1.6 million confidential medical records of #NHS patients. According to PCGamer, DeepMind received the documents to create a health application the company calls Streams. It was supposed to be an AI-based assistant to help healthcare workers and was previously used by the British National Health Service.