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Slater Victoroff | June 24, 2019

What is a tensor in physics terminology and what’s the difference from a tensor in machine learning and AI?

There’s no difference. A tensor is just a very, very generic term for: basically anything. A tensor is a generic […]

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Slater Victoroff | June 12, 2019

How does the ELMo machine learning model work?

At its core, ELMo is an RNN model with an LSTM gating setup that’s trained as a bidirectional language model. […]

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Slater Victoroff | February 6, 2019

Should we remove duplicates from a data-set while training a Machine Learning algorithm (shallow and/or deep methods)?

  It…depends. Mostly it depends on what your goals are and what your dataset looks like. There are two big […]

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Slater Victoroff | September 26, 2018

Should a machine learning beginner go straight for deep learning?

Let me be clear: I love deep learning. It has radically improved the scope of problems that machine learning can […]

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Slater Victoroff | August 29, 2018

Why do machine learning algorithms require large amounts of computer space for all kinds of datasets?

Depends a bit on which model type you’re talking about, but for the purposes of illustration I’m going to assume […]

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Slater Victoroff | July 25, 2018

What is one thing that human intelligence can do but artificial intelligence can’t?

Let me tackle this from a slightly more practical perspective. I think the standard issue with this kind of question […]

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