In this live stream, Siraj Raval attempes to beat a Kaggle Challenge — the $100,000 “TGS Salt Identification Challenge” using a combination of Google Colab, Conditional Random Fields, and neural networks! Expect some colorful exploratory data analysis, then model building and some Q&A.
Here’s a fascinating look at the history and evolution of machine learning
[found via LinkedIn]
[via Ricardo Fernandez]
I’ll be speaking at the first ever Reston AI Fest on Sept 7, 2018 in Reston, VA. In the morning, I will deliver a session on the different kinds of machine learning and, in the afternoon, I will co-proctor a lab that goes th
rough the four stages of an predictive modeling project.
Seating is limited, so save your seat today at http://bit.ly/restonai
If that’s not enough to convince you, then let my VFX ninja skills impress you into signing up. 😉
One of the questions I get asked most frequently is how I so quickly changed from a “plain old software engineer” to “certified Data Scientist” as quickly as I did. While I do plan to write a book/shoot a video on the topic. In the meantime, enjoy this video from Siraj Raval where he shows the techniques he uses to study machine learning. It’s a fast moving field with lots of crazy math, so the old ways of learning just won’t cut it.
That includes living a healthy lifestyles, optimizing your learning environment, creating a personalized learning path, prioritizing effectively, and being an active learner. He demos the FAST technique, which you can use to help learn faster and more efficiently. While this with made with machine learning technology in mind, but these techniques can be used for any field.
Siraj Raval weighs in on Azure Machine Learning Studio.
Engineered Truth interviews Joel, who began writing code at age 13 selling his first technology by age 18 for one million dollars.
You can find his podcast at moderncto.io
Siraj Rabal explains what is the best programming language to learn for machine learning?
Surprisingly, there are a lot options and naturally, a lot more opinions . In this video, Siraj describes the top 3, using code, animations, and data to validate my point. He does this all in eight minutes. Buckle up.
YouTuber Jabrils shares his history of how he got into machine learning, what inspired him, and about his first machine learning game.
Plus, some cool dance moves during his re-enactment of making his first neural network.
Siraj Raval has some advice for people looking to break into the Machine Learning/AI field for the first time with some resume tips.