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Details of Deep Learning data pipelines

Started Jan 26, 2017 0 Replies

I've seen a lot of explanations of modern NN use that are all somewhat abstract. Tutorials usually just do one thing.I don't have a grasp of the exact mechanics of various uses. For example, an image…Continue

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Lance Norskog commented on Bill Schmarzo's blog post The Ethical AI Application Pyramid
"There are false negative hiring databases available for pro sports (the stats) and academics (papers and rankings). Someone did a study on pro sports and decided that the big teams always overbid for the highest talent, relative to the value the…"
Dec 23, 2020
Lance Norskog commented on Don Philip Faithful's blog post Code-name "Skipjack" - Stock Trading Methodology
"About technical analysis: Jesse Livermore was a genius stock trader who invented TA, kind of to justify his own decisions. There are some basic things the probably work most of the time, but so many people use it that I don't think you can…"
Aug 24, 2020
Lance Norskog commented on Vincent Granville's blog post Surprising Correlation Found in Covid-19 Data
"Yup, a joke from March: "the spread of coronavirus is mediated by two things: how dense is the population, and how dense is the population". The retail drug trade will drive the spread for a long time. Retail drug buys are based around…"
Aug 24, 2020
Lance Norskog commented on Filip Stachura's blog post COVID-19 Risk Heat Maps with Location Data, Apache Arrow, Markov Chain Modeling, and R Shiny
"Very cool! If you want to improve on this model, figure out which user clustering events represent taking an Uber or Lyft- these services have been shown to be major disease vectors."
May 3, 2020
Lance Norskog commented on Ramesh's blog post Deep Learning: Detecting Fraudulent Healthcare Provider using AutoEncoder
"Given that the base data is unbalanced, it might work better to create a balanced subset of the input or fabricate new inputs with a more balanced ratio. A simple autoencoder is just garbage-in-garbage-out. An alternative would be a…"
Apr 26, 2020
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Apr 26, 2020
Lance Norskog commented on Vincent Granville's blog post Covid-19 Modeling: Impact of Missing Data and Ignoring Key Features
"Actuaries have been calculating death rates for insurance companies for 150 years, and they're pretty good at it by now. It should be possible to compare the projected&actual death rates in a community/congressional district, and impute the…"
Apr 23, 2020
Lance Norskog commented on Stephanie Glen's blog post How to Get Your First Data Science Job: Go Dog Sledding
"Great story. This is in line with a Bezos trait: he likes to find people who have excelled at something. Anything, doesn't matter what. "She won a national spelling bee! Isn't that cool?" The process of doing something like that…"
Apr 19, 2020
Lance Norskog commented on Ramesh's blog post COVID19: Question-Answering Model using BioSentVec Embedding
"Nice work! This is an impressive use of advanced off-the-shelf tools. Lance"
Apr 19, 2020
Lance Norskog commented on William Vorhies's blog post Binge Watching “The History of Artificial Intelligence”
"Cool! Did it cover the "AI winter" and why it happened? (Rampant overselling of expert systems to Pentagon types.)"
Apr 6, 2020
Lance Norskog commented on Stephanie Glen's blog post Understanding Covid-19 Statistics (in plain English)
"Generally, humans are immuned after infection by all of the "common cold" Coronovirii (I think there are 4?) for 6 to 9 months. That's why you get it every winter. So, we're looking at yearly meltdowns like this until…"
Mar 20, 2020
Lance Norskog commented on Vincent Granville's blog post Tech Target Acquires Data Science Central
"Congratulations!"
Mar 16, 2020
Lance Norskog commented on steve miller's blog post Dataframe Storage Efficiency in Python-Pandas
"I have not used VAEX, just saw it in the blizzard of numerical libraries :)"
Feb 24, 2020
Lance Norskog commented on steve miller's blog post Dataframe Storage Efficiency in Python-Pandas
"At some point VAEX might be what you want: Pandas API for data stored directly in memory-mapped files. https://vaex.readthedocs.io/en/latest/"
Feb 21, 2020
Lance Norskog commented on Vincent Granville's blog post Fast Combinatorial Feature Selection with New Definition of Predictive Power
"Could this be used to trim useless weights out of deep learning networks?"
Jan 23, 2020
Lance Norskog commented on Janardhanan PS's blog post Does "All models are wrong, but some are useful" quote apply to Machine learning models?
"More useful is- "no model is perfect, so you must have a back-up plan". I saw a company deploy face recognition for commercial truck fleets, to verify the driver sitting behind the wheel. The system had no back-up plan for that one guy who…"
Jan 23, 2020

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Big Data Engineer, Small-time deep learning hobbyist.
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