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Interpretability in Machine Learning: An Overview

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This essay provides a broad overview of the sub-field of machine learning interpretability. While not exhaustive, my goal is to review conceptual frameworks, existing research, and future directions. I follow the categorizations used in Lipton et al.'s Mythos of Model Interpretability, which I think is the best paper for understanding the different definitions of interpretability. We'll go over many ways to formalize what "interpretability" means. Broadly, interpretability focuses on the how. It's focused on getting some notion of an explanation for the decisions made by our models. Below, each section is operationalized by a concrete question we can ask of our machine learning model using a specific definition of interpretability. If you're new to all this, we'll first briefly explain why we might care about interpretability at all.


An analysis of models on facial emotion detection

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Facial emotion detection is a common issue focused on in the field of cognitive science. An attempt to understand what exactly we as humans see in each other that gives us insight into other emotions is a challenge we can approach from an artificial intelligence side. While I don't have enough experience in psychology or even artificial intelligence to determine these factors, we can always start off by building a model to determine at least the start of this question. Fer2013 is a dataset with pictures of individuals labeled with the emotions of anger, happiness, surprise, disgust, and sadness. When testing humans on the dataset to correctly identify the facial expression of a set of pictures within the set, the accuracy is 65%.


Artificial intelligence: Cheat sheet

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Many business AI platforms offer training courses in the specifics of running their architecture and the programming languages needed to develop more AI tools. Businesses that are serious about AI should plan to either hire new employees or give existing ones the time and resources necessary to train in the skills needed to make AI projects succeed.


Machine Learning Practical: 6 Real-World Applications

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Online Courses Udemy - Machine Learning Practical: 6 Real-World Applications, Machine Learning - Get Your Hands Dirty by Solving Real Industry Challenges with Python 4.3 (1,215 ratings), Created by Kirill Eremenko, Hadelin de Ponteves, Dr. Ryan Ahmed, Ph.D., MBA, SuperDataScience Team, Rony Sulca, English [Auto-generated] Preview this Udemy 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?


Learning The TensorFlow Way of Linear Regression

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We will loop through batches of data points and let TensorFlow update the slope and y-intercept. Instead of generated data, we will use the iris dataset that is built into the Scikit Learn. Specifically, we will find an optimal line through data points where the x-value is the petal width and the y-value is the sepal length. We choose these two because there appears to be a linear relationship between them, as we will see in the graphs at the end. We will also talk more about the effects of different loss functions in the next section, but for now we will use the L2 loss function.


Vision-based fire detection facilities work better under new deep learning model

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Fast and accurate fire detection is significant to the sustainable development of human society and Earth ecology. The existence of objects with similar characteristics to fire increases the difficulty of vision-based fire detection. Improving the accuracy of fire detection by digging deeper visual features of fire always remains challenging. Recently, researchers from the Institute of Acoustics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (IACAS) have proposed an efficient deep learning model for fast and accurate vision-based fire detection. The model is based on multiscale feature extraction, implicit deep supervision, and channel attention mechanism. The researchers utilized the real-time acquired image as the input of the model and normalized the image.


Advanced & Complete Software Engineering Course with Python

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This is a complete software engineering course with Python 3. In this course, you will learn programming from A-Z. You will learn all the concepts. We will build many real-world and useful applications in this course. You will learn object-oriented programming (OOP), data visualization, file handling, APIs, RESTful APIs, graphical user interfaces GUI, crud operation, software development, and much more.


Building a One-shot Learning Network with PyTorch

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Deep learning has been quite popular for image recognition and classification tasks in recent years due to its high performances. However, traditional deep learning approaches usually require a large dataset for the model to be trained on to distinguish very few different classes, which is drastically different from how humans are able to learn from even very few examples. Few-shot or one-shot learning is a categorization problem that aims to classify objects given only a limited amount of samples, with the ultimate goal of creating a more human-like learning algorithm. In this article, we will dive into the deep learning approaches to solving the one-shot learning problem by using a special network structure: Siamese Network. We will build the network using PyTorch and test it on the Omniglot handwritten character dataset and performed several experiments to compare the results of different network structures and hyperparameters, using a one-shot learning evaluation metric.


Machine Learning Classification Bootcamp in Python

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Are you ready to master Machine Learning techniques and Kick-off your career as a Data Scientist?! You came to the right place! Machine Learning skill is one of the top skills to acquire in 2019 with an average salary of over $114,000 in the United States according to PayScale! The total number of ML jobs over the past two years has grown around 600 percent and expected to grow even more by 2020. In this course, we are going to provide students with knowledge of key aspects of state-of-the-art classification techniques.


The Data Science Course 2020: Complete Data Science Bootcamp

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Data scientist is one of the best suited professions to thrive this century. It is digital, programming-oriented, and analytical. Therefore, it comes as no surprise that the demand for data scientists has been surging in the job marketplace. However, supply has been very limited. It is difficult to acquire the skills necessary to be hired as a data scientist.