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Build your own Robust Deep Learning Environment in Minutes

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Thanks to cheaper and bigger storage we have more data than what we had a couple of years back. We do owe our thanks to Big Data no matter how much hype it has created. However, the real MVP here is faster and better computing,which made papers from the 1980s and 90s more relevant (LSTMs were actually invented in 1997)! We are finally able to leverage the true power of neural networks and deep learning thanks to better and faster CPUs and GPUs. Whether we like it or not, traditional statistical and machine learning models have severe limitations on problems with high-dimensionality, unstructured data, more complexity and large volumes of data.


13 Free Sites to Get an Introduction to Machine Learning

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Its one of those buzzwords that we've all heard whether we're programmers or not: machine learning. Unlike other trends in the past, machine learning isn't a fad, it really is the future. As AIs become more and more sophisticated, programmers need to get up to speed on what it is, how it works, and the latest trends in the field. Fortunately, these 13 free resources offer an excellent introduction to machine learning so you can get started with some basic machine learning tutorials right away. Before you begin to study the machine learning basics, make sure you're familiar with the python scripting language.


Performing Classification in TensorFlow – Towards Data Science

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In this article, I will explain how to perform classification using TensorFlow library in Python. We'll be working with the California Census Data and will try to use various features of individuals to predict what class of income they belong in ( 50k or 50k). The data can be accessed at my GitHub profile in the TensorFlow repository. Here is the link to access the data. Let's begin by importing the necessary libraries and the dataset into our Jupyter Notebook.


Machine Learning With Python, Jupyter, KSQL, and TensorFlow - DZone AI

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Uber expanded Michelangelo "to serve any kind of Python model from any source to support other Machine Learning and Deep Learning frameworks like PyTorch and TensorFlow [instead of just using Spark for everything]." So why did Uber (and many other tech companies) build its own platform and framework-independent machine learning infrastructure? The posts How to Build and Deploy Scalable Machine Learning in Production with Apache Kafka and Using Apache Kafka to Drive Cutting-Edge Machine Learning describe the benefits of leveraging the Apache Kafka ecosystem as a central, scalable, and mission-critical nervous system. It allows real-time data ingestion, processing, model deployment, and monitoring in a reliable and scalable way. This post focuses on how the Kafka ecosystem can help solve the impedance mismatch between data scientists, data engineers, and production engineers. By leveraging it to build your own scalable machine learning infrastructure and also make your data scientists happy, you can solve the same problems for which Uber built its own ML platform, Michelangelo. Based on what I've seen in the field, an impedance mismatch between data scientists, data engineers, and production engineers is the main reason why companies struggle to bring analytic models into production to add business value.


13 Free Sites to Get an Introduction to Machine Learning

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If you're a programmer and you've been looking to get started with machine learning but aren't sure where to begin, these 13 resources are for you. Its one of those buzzwords that we've all heard whether we're programmers or not: machine learning. Unlike other trends in the past, machine learning isn't a fad, it really is the future. As AIs become more and more sophisticated, programmers need to get up to speed on what it is, how it works, and the latest trends in the field. Fortunately, these 13 free resources offer an excellent introduction to machine learning so you can get started with some basic machine learning tutorials right away.


Installing and configuring Python machine learning packages on IBM AIX

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Machine learning is a branch of artificial intelligence that helps enterprises to discover hidden insights from large amounts of data and run predictions. Machine learning algorithms are written by data scientists to understand data trends and provide predictions beyond simple analysis. Python is a popular programming language that is used extensively to write machine learning algorithms due to its simplicity and applicability. Many packages are written in Python that can help data scientists to perform data analysis, data visualization, data preprocessing, feature extraction, model building, training, evaluation, and model deployment of machine learning algorithms. This tutorial describes the installation and configuration of Python-based ecosystem of machine learning packages on IBM AIX .


What's New with the AI and Machine Learning Tools for Python: February 2019 Update

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Across Visual Studio Code and Azure Notebooks, January brought numerous exciting updates to the AI and Machine Learning tooling for Python! The Python extension for VS Code first introduced an interactive data science experience in the last Oct update. With this release, we brought the power of Jupyter Notebooks into VS Code. Many feature additions have been released since, including remote Jupyter support, ability to export Python code to Jupyter Notebooks, etc. The most noticeable enhancement in the Jan 2019 update allows code to be typed and executed directly in the Python Interactive window.


Getting Started With Google Colab – Towards Data Science

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Just let me code, already! You know it's out there. You know there's free GPU somewhere, hanging like a fat, juicy, ripe blackberry on a branch just slightly out of reach. Wondering how on earth to get it to work? For anyone who doesn't already know, Google has done the coolest thing ever by providing a free cloud service based on Jupyter Notebooks that supports free GPU.


The AI database is upon us

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Be sure to share on LinkedIn. As organizations get better at managing and using a wider variety of data, the more they will adopt and make use of AI. IBM General Manager for Data and AI Rob Thomas has said organizations can't have effective AI without sound IA (Information Architecture). And one of the pillars of any IA is data management. In this new era of data, databases are no longer considered the traditional system of record or datastore.


Music Genre Classification with Python – Towards Data Science

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Companies nowadays use music classification, either to be able to place recommendations to their customers (such as Spotify, Soundcloud) or simply as a product (for example Shazam). Determining music genres is the first step in that direction. Machine Learning techniques have proved to be quite successful in extracting trends and patterns from the large pool of data. The same principles are applied in Music Analysis also. In this article, we shall study how to analyse an audio/music signal in Python.