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Watch: Introduction to Machine Learning with Scikit-Learn
Machine learning has become an indispensable tool across many areas of research and commercial applications. From text-to-speech for your phone to detecting the Higgs-Boson particle, machine learning excels at extracting knowledge from large amounts of data. This talk gives a general introduction to machine learning and introduces practical tools... Read more
Watch: High-Performance Data Science with Docker and Digital Ocean
This talk discusses Docker as a tool for data scientists, in particular in conjunction with the popular interactive programming platform, Jupyter, and the cloud computing platform, Amazon Web Services (AWS). Using Docker, Jupyter, and AWS, a data scientist can take control of their environment configuration, prototype scalable data architectures,... Read more
Designing Better Recommendation Systems with Machine Learning
Recommendation systems are among the most familiar applications of machine learning and artificial intelligence. Not only are these systems valuable to consumers who may be looking for anything from new shows to watch or a better options for airfare, but they are also important to the producers and advertisers... Read more
The Power of Universal Latent Space In Medical Breakthroughs
The cost to develop new medicines has grown tremendously despite our computing and medical advances. Although we have a greater need than ever for massive breakthroughs in medical science, the industry itself is still a slow, highly regimented field. Mason Victors, CTO and CPO for Recursion Pharmaceuticals believes that... Read more
Watch: Project Feels – Deep Text Models for Sentiment Analysis
This video discusses the use of active learning, deep learning, Bayesian inference, and causality in Project Feels. This project, developed by the Data Science Group at the New York Times, sought to predict how likely a given article was to evoke a range of emotions. Thus project crowdsourced data... Read more
Watch: A Breakthrough for Natural Language
Natural language is valuable, but it is complex. With a 1,000 word vocabulary, a 15-word sentence can easily express more than 1e30 (a 1 with 30 zeros) different ideas. Today’s natural language processing is trained to bucket a sentence into one of a few thousand categories–which also means it... Read more
Ensemble Models Demystified
Ensemble models give us excellent performance and work in a wide variety of problems. They’re easier to train than other types of techniques, requiring less data with better results. In machine learning, ensemble models are the norm. Even if you aren’t using them, your competitors are. Kevin Lemagnen is... Read more
Watch: Applications of Deep Learning in Aerospace
Recent advances in machine learning techniques such as deep learning (DL) have rejuvenated data-driven analysis in aerospace and integrated building systems. DL algorithms have been successful due to the presence of large volumes of data and its ability to learn the features during the learning process. The performance improvement... Read more
Watch: Unsupervised Feature Learning with Matrix Decomposition
Supervised learning is among the most powerful tools in data science but it requires a training dataset in which one knows the classes of the input features apriori. For example, a classification algorithm learns the identity of animals through training on a dataset of images that are labeled with... Read more
7 Steps to Go From Data Science to Data Ops
Not too long ago, data operation wasn’t on the radar, but now that it’s all people talk about, how can you move efficiently from data science to data ops? Gil Benghiat, co-founder of Data Kitchen, shares seven steps to do just that. [Related Article: The Difference Between Data Scientists... Read more