"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.
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To solve the most pressing scientific problems, scientists today often face enormous hurdles when it comes to gathering the data they need to embark on research. Enter Ramkumar Hariharan, a data scientist and computational biologist at Northeastern University in Seattle. A scientist and an engineer, Hariharan's current research is centered around an emerging scientific field called geroscience, or the "study of aging as it relates to age-related diseases." Hariharan has been trying to understand the reasons why some cancer patients respond better to certain kinds of immunotherapies. To do so requires lots of information about the patients themselves, the specific forms of cancer and the drugs used to treat patients.
Limitation which I found on google is that it does not offer plugin integration which was given by JUPYTER. Auto will not work if you didn't the cell. You can only same up to 20Mb file and it only offer 12 hours simultaneous use which sometimes is problematic. In this tutorial we have seen some techniques to use google colab. It is really handy and worth using tool for deep learning practice.
This type of problem is found when we have variable length input and variable length output and we need to design model like this. This model take variable length input and gives variable length output, like we see in machine translation where input is some language words and machine will output some other language sentences. If we provide text as " I LOVE YOU " machine will translate to its French sentence " JE T'AIME" in machine translation from English to French. You can find Sequence to sequence problem type in many domains like Audio to text conversation in speech recognize system. This is also used in audio to audio machine translation.
Algorithmic Game theory is about strategic interactions among intelligent individuals, and mechanism design is about creating effective incentives in economic settings. Together, they're fascinating ways to understand human behavior and the challenges of designing and building systems. Algorithmic game theory (AGT) is a way of analyzing social interactions that use mathematical models to predict the strategies that individuals will adopt in any given situation. A simple game theory model can predict human behavior in many situations. But the surprising thing is that this same model can also explain the complex, self-organizing systems that power the World Wide Web.
Of course, deep learning has made progress, but on those foundational questions, not so much; on natural language, compositionality and reasoning, which differ from the kinds of pattern recognition on which deep learning excels, these systems remain massively unreliable, exactly as you would expect from systems that rely on statistical correlations, rather than an algebra of abstraction. Minerva, the latest, greatest AI system as of this writing, with billions of "tokens" in its training, still struggles with multiplying 4-digit numbers.
Before the pandemic, AI in banking was primarily used to automate routine tasks. But banks now see it as a vital tool to support product innovation, develop new business models, and provide a personalised experience for every customer. A recent Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) survey of banking executives for Temenos found that 85% have a "clear strategy" for adopting AI to develop new products and services. It revealed over a third are prioritising AI to improve customer experience through personalisation. Some are also looking to acquire or partner with fintech companies to enhance their customer experience through a personalised experience when offering investments, saving deposits, and retail lending.
Customer experience is crucial today to attract and retain customers. However, customers are getting confused amidst the noise generated by multiple sources of information and marketing via the internet. Enterprises therefore need a holistic strategy to offer a good experience and channels for direct engagement. This strategy requires enterprises to be consistent in the way they communicate key messages, create new products, focus on the selling process, and provide post-sale support and service, amongst other factors. Technology can give enterprises a big leg up in this area.
Every day, new organizations announce how AI is revolutionizing the industry with disruptive results . As more and more business decisions are based on AI and advanced data analytics it is critical to provide transparency to the inner workings within that technology. McKinsey Global InstituteHarvard Business Review According to a recent McKinsey Global Institute analysis, the financial services sector is a leading adopter of AI and has the most ambitious AI investment plans. In a related article by the Harvard Business Review, adoption will center on AI technologies like neural-based machine learning and natural language processing because those are the technologies that are beginning to mature and prove their value. Below, we explore a challenge and opportunity that is unique to the rapid adoption of machine learning.