Subject archive for "deep-learning"
Deep learning is a type of machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) that imitates how humans learn by example. While that sounds complex, the basic idea behind deep learning is simple. Deep learning models are taught to classify data from images (such as “cat vs. dog”), sound (“meow vs. bark”), or text (“tabby vs. schnauzer”). These models build a hierarchy where each layer is based on knowledge gained from the preceding layer, and iterations continue until its accuracy goal is reached. Deep learning models often achieve accuracy that rivals what humans can determine, in a fraction of the time.
By Vinay Sridhar6 min read
Go to your favourite social media outlet and use the search functionality to look for DALL-E. You can take a look at this link to see some examples in Twitter. Scroll a bit up and down, and you will see some images that, at first sight, may be very recognisable. Depending on the scenes depicted, if you pay a bit more attention you may see that in some cases something is not quite right with the images. At best there may be a bit (or a lot) of distortion, and in some other cases the scene is totally wacky. No, the artist did not intend to include that distortion or wackiness, and for that matter it is quite likely the artist is not even human. After all, DALL-E is a computer model, called so as a portmanteau of the beloved Pixar robot Wall-E and the surrealist artist Salvador Dalí.
By Dr J Rogel-Salazar12 min read
In the last few years, machine learning and deep learning have become a core part of fields like healthcare, retail, banking, and insurance. This list can go on indefinitely—there's almost no field where machine learning (ML) is not applied to improve the overall efficiency and accuracy of systems. As the world's economy has rapidly grown, so has the need to do things automatically.
By Gourav Singh Bais39 min read
Machine learning provides us with ways to create data-powered systems that learn and enhance themselves, without being specifically programmed for the task at hand. As machine learning algorithms go, there is one class that has captured the imagination of many of us: deep learning. Surely you have heard of many fantastic applications where deep learning is being employed. For example, take the auto industry, where self-driving cars are powered by convolutional neural networks, or look at how recurrent neural networks are used for language translation and understanding. It is also worth mentioning the many different applications of neural networks in medical image recognition.
By Dr J Rogel-Salazar13 min read
Of all the thousands of algorithms available for machine learning, or ML, the vast majority use one of three main branches of learning techniques.
By David Weedmark8 min read
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