Exploring around the interwebs, I came across this article by Rupert Goodwins in ArsTechnica about debunking myths about Artificial Intelligence. HAL 9000 in the film 2001. It is a good read and it you have a… Read More »Artificial Intelligence – Debunking Myths
Last Thursday I attended a Cloudera Breakfast Briefing where Sean Owen was speaking about Spark and the examples were related to building decision trees and random forests. It was a good session in general. Sean started… Read More »Cloudera Breakfast Briefing and Tofu Scientists
Working with data and approaching data-based competitions
In a lot of machine learning and data science applications, it is not unusual to use matrices to represent data. It is indeed a very convenient way to keep the information but also to do… Read More »You have big data? MIT researchers can help shrinking it!
Data Science and Machine Learning Podcasts
How to Research a Machine Learning Algorithm // A reblog from Machine Learning Mastery Algorithms are a big part of the field of machine learning. You need to understand what algorithms are out there, and… Read More »How to Research a Machine Learning Algorithm – Reblog
It’s not who has the best algorithm that wins. It’s who has the most data!