by abhay | Aug 18, 2016 | machine learning

Workshop Day: 14 August 2016 Missed the keynote as the earliest BART reached Powell St by 8:45. Wanted to attend the whole of the time-series workshop but there were other interesting things that had my attention. Nevertheless, anyone interested in time-series...
by abhay | Jul 22, 2016 | deep learning, python

After jumping through many hoops, my Ubuntu 16.04 LTS with NVidia GTX 1080 runs tensorflow 0.9 with GPU support. !! At the time of this writing, a simple “pip install tensorflow” does not get your the goodies of the GPU. Hopefully, someone will benefit...
by abhay | Jul 15, 2016 | machine learning

Several statistical and machine learning applications call for setting thresholds. For example, if you are presenting search results and wish to display short-listed results. Most document retrieval methods will generate a score per document and one way of showing the...
by abhay | Jul 7, 2016 | deep learning, machine learning

Tensorflow and Theano are the most popular frameworks for deep learning python. Tensorflow has the power of Google behind it, and Theano is developed by some of the top researchers in the area of Deep learning. In this article, we will study these frameworks in...
by abhay | Jun 30, 2016 | machine learning

I was curious to analyze the kind of papers accepted at ICML 2016…. Scraped the data from the ICML 2016 webpage and ran some basic analysis to gauge the important topics and stats. Attached are some self-explanatory charts. Here’s a summary of the...
by abhay | Jun 27, 2016 | deep learning, machine learning

Deep Learning has been gaining a lot of attention in recent times. Before we dive into Deep learning, let’s start with the algorithm that started it all. The Perceptron, also known as the Rosenblatt’s Perceptron. Perceptrons are the most...