Sequence classification is a predictive modeling problem where you have some sequence of inputs over space or time and the task is to predict a category for the sequence. What makes this problem difficult is that the sequences can vary in length, be comprised of a very large vocabulary of input symbols and may require […]
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It is hyperbole to say deep learning is achieving state-of-the-art results across a range of difficult problem domains. A fact, but also hyperbole. There is a lot of excitement around artificial intelligence, machine learning and deep learning at the moment. It is also an amazing opportunity to get on on the ground floor of some really powerful tech. […]
Sentiment analysis is a natural language processing problem where text is understood and the underlying intent is predicted. In this post, you will discover how you can predict the sentiment of movie reviews as either positive or negative in Python using the Keras deep learning library. After reading this post you will know: About the […]
There are not many books on deep learning at the moment because it is such a young area of study. There are a few books available though and some very interesting books in the pipeline that you can purchase by early access. In this post, you will discover the books available right now on deep […]
If you get serious with data analysis and machine learning in python then you will make good use of IPython notebooks. In this post we will review some takeaway points made by Fernando Perez, the creator of IPython in a keynote presentation at SciPy 2013. The title of the talk was IPython: from the shell to […]
Need Help Getting Started with Applied Machine Learning? These are the Step-by-Step Guides that You’ve Been Looking For! What do you want help with? The most common question I’m asked is: “how do I get started?” My best advice for getting started in machine learning is broken down into a 5-step process: Step 1: Adjust Mindset. […]