Tagged: Machine Learning

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How a Man Turned His Dying Father Into AI

As James Vlahos’ father was dying, he set out to save his dad’s memories and code them into a ‘Dadbot’ that lives on his phone. This is very similar to the work that Eugenia Kuyda did with Replika. You have to wonder if this sort of “AI memorials” will be...

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Model-Based Machine Learning

With the wider availability of advanced analytics, thousands of scientists and engineers are applying machine learning to an extraordinarily broad range of domains. Over the last five decades, researchers have created literally thousands of machine learning algorithms. Traditionally an engineer wanting to solve a problem using machine learning must choose one...

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Private AIs Secure Your Data While Leveraging the Cloud

Privacy concerns about exposing consumer and enterprise data (ie. private health, financial data) with machine learning services running in the cloud. Recent developments in cryptography provide tools to build and enable “Private AI,” including private predictive services that do not expose user data to the model owner, and that also...

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Siraj Raval Explains Random Forests

In this video, Siraj Raval explains the logic behind one of the most used machine learning models ever: Random Forests. Random Forests can be used for both regression and classification, and our use case will be to asses whether someone is credible or not by analyzing their financial history.

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AI in the Open World

Deploying AI solutions in the real world requires systems to grapple with incompleteness and uncertainty. This video addresses several promising areas of research in open world AI, including enhancing robustness via leveraging algorithmic portfolios, learning from experiences in rich simulation environments, harnessing approaches to transfer learning, and learning and personalization...

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Visualizing High-Dimensional Space

Check out this video about what’s actually happening in machine learning. It allows coders to see and explore their high-dimensional data. The goal is to eventually make this an open-source tool within TensorFlow, so that any coder can use these visualization techniques to explore their data. Learn more at http://g.co/aiexperiments

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Today’s Data Science Daily: Teaching AI to Spot Lung Cancer, Inference Made Simple, and How Much Data Does a Self-Driving Car Create in a Day?

Press the play button below to listen here or visit the show page at DataDriven.tv Show Notes @gp_pulipaka Training AI To Spot Lung Cancer. #BigData #MachineLearning #DataScience #AI #HealthTech #Cancer http://buff.ly/2toVgtD @kdnuggets Inference Made Simple – Applying the reasoning power of GRAKN.AI to find new #knowledge about the world http://buff.ly/2toYeOQ ...