CS231n Convolutional Neural Networks for Visual Recognition Table of Contents: Convolutional Neural Networks are very similar to ordinary Neural Networks from the previous chapter: they are made up of neurons that have learnable weights and biases. Each neuron receives some inputs, performs a dot product and optionally follows it with a non-linearity. The whole network still expresses a single differentiable score function: from the raw image pixels on one end to class scores at the other. And they still have a loss function (e.g. SVM/Softmax) on the last (fully-connected) layer and all the tips/tricks we developed for learning regular Neural Networks still apply.
Becoming a Data Scientist - Curriculum via Metromap ← Pragmatic Perspectives Data Science, Machine Learning, Big Data Analytics, Cognitive Computing …. well all of us have been avalanched with articles, skills demand info graph’s and point of views on these topics (yawn!). One thing is for sure; you cannot become a data scientist overnight. Its a journey, for sure a challenging one. But how do you go about becoming one? Where to start? When do you start seeing light at the end of the tunnel? So you wanna go on-prem do ya - blog dot lusis If you run a successful SaaS platform, at some point someone is going to come to you with the question: can I run it myself? If you’re considering offering a private version of your SaaS, this post might be for you. At this point, I’ve worked for a few companies that are SaaS vendors.
A 'Brief' History of Neural Nets and Deep Learning, Part 1 – Andrey Kurenkov's Web World This is the first part of ‘A Brief History of Neural Nets and Deep Learning’. Part 2 is here, and parts 3 and 4 are here and here. In this part, we shall cover the birth of neural nets with the Perceptron in 1958, the AI Winter of the 70s, and neural nets’ return to popularity with backpropagation in 1986. “Deep Learning waves have lapped at the shores of computational linguistics for several years now, but 2015 seems like the year when the full force of the tsunami hit the major Natural Language Processing (NLP) conferences.” -Dr. Christopher D.
A Neural Network Playground Um, What Is a Neural Network? It’s a technique for building a computer program that learns from data. It is based very loosely on how we think the human brain works. First, a collection of software “neurons” are created and connected together, allowing them to send messages to each other. Next, the network is asked to solve a problem, which it attempts to do over and over, each time strengthening the connections that lead to success and diminishing those that lead to failure.
Introduction to Deep Neural Network Programming in Python – Derek Janni – Data Scientist If there's one thing that gets everyone stoked on AI it's Deep Neural Networks (DNN). From Google's pop-computational-art experiment, DeepDream, to the more applied pursuits of face recognition, object classification and optical character recognition (aside: see PyOCR) Neural Nets are showing themselves to be a huge value-add for all sorts of problems that rely on machine learning. I'm not here to teach you how these things work: there's a lot to it and there's a large part of the feature extraction that is still poorly understood, even by the people who design these things in the first place.
Stanford Large Network Dataset Collection Social networks Networks with ground-truth communities Communication networks Citation networks Collaboration networks Web graphs vox.SPACE: Being privacy-aware in 2016 Even if you're not doing anything wrong, you are being watched and recorded. - Edward Snowden As more and more people are living a digital life inside their computers, discussions about privacy and whether or not we can expect to be protected from intrusions in our private lives are taking over the Internet. Regardless of your thoughts on the subject, if you are just a concerned citizen or the newest whistle-blower, there are some ways you can protect your privacy while browsing the Internet or visiting a new country. This is not an exhaustive list, it's just a compilation of useful information I gathered. Authentication Use unique SSH keys for each service (sharing a SSH key on your GitHub/Gitlab account, network router and AWS/Azure instance is a very stupid idea); use ssh-keygen -t rsa -b 4096 to generate a 4096 bit RSA SSH key.
Python Programming Tutorials With that, let's talk about moving forward. The plan so far has been to first come up with some basic driving rules, and hopefully detect whether or not we were between two lanes. What we ended up with was actually a half-baked algorithm that could drive, which is more than I was expecting to get in such short order, but I'll take it. Now, the next scheduled step was to begin to train a neural network to play. Why did we start with the basic rules? Well, a neural network takes a lot of data to train and be successful.
Unveiling the Hidden Layers of Deep Learning In a recent Scientific American article entitled “Springtime for AI: The Rise of Deep Learning,” computer scientist Yoshua Bengio explains why complex neural networks are the key to true artificial intelligence as people have long envisioned it. It seems logical that the way to make computers as smart as humans is to program them to behave like human brains. However, given how little we know of how the brain functions, this task seems more than a little daunting.
Machine Learning is Fun! – Medium What is machine learning? Machine learning is the idea that there are generic algorithms that can tell you something interesting about a set of data without you having to write any custom code specific to the problem. Instead of writing code, you feed data to the generic algorithm and it builds its own logic based on the data. For example, one kind of algorithm is a classification algorithm. It can put data into different groups. The same classification algorithm used to recognize handwritten numbers could also be used to classify emails into spam and not-spam without changing a line of code.
Practical Machine Learning Problems - Machine Learning Mastery What is Machine Learning? We can read authoritative definitions of machine learning, but really, machine learning is defined by the problem being solved. Therefore the best way to understand machine learning is to look at some example problems. In this post we will first look at some well known and understood examples of machine learning problems in the real world. Researchers find new, ultra-low-level method of hacking CPUs – and there’s no way to detect it Researchers with the University of Massachusetts have devised a method of breaking a CPU’s internal cryptographic mechanisms in ways that are undetectable by current search methods, including close examination of the processor with high powered microscopes. A bit of context is useful here. For years, we’ve known that a foundry responsible for manufacturing a processor could theoretically make changes to the architecture that would create backdoors, weaken security, or compromise the design. Such methods would be extremely difficult to integrate without changing the CPU’s data output, performance characteristics, or stability, but they could be done. The one foolproof method of checking a CPU to ensure it was built properly has been direct visual inspection.