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Top 10+ Youtube AI / Machine Learning Courses

Online Courses Reskilling

In this post, you get access to top Youtube free AI/machine learning courses. The courses are suitable for data scientists at all levels and cover the following areas of machine learning: Machine learning Deep learning Natural language processing (NLP) Reinforcement learning Here are the details of the free machine learning / deep learning Youtube courses.  S.No Title Description Type 1 CS229: Machine Learning (Stanford) Machine learning lectures by Andrew NG; In case you are a beginner, these lectures are highly recommended Machine learning 2 Applied machine learning (Cornell Tech CS 5787) Covers all of the most important ML algorithms and how to apply them in practice. Includes 3 full lectures …

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Deep Learning – Top 5 Online Jupyter Notebooks Servers

GPU powered Jupyter notebook

In this post, you will get information regarding the online Jupyter notebooks platform (GPU-based) which you can use to get started with both, machine learning and deep learning. The list consists of both freely available and paid options of online Jupyter notebook available with GPUs. When starting with GPUs, it is recommended to use rented options available online rather than buying your own GPU servers. There are online GPU Linux servers available (free and paid options) that can be used to train deep learning & machine learning models. I will be writing about it in my next post.   Here is the list of Jupyter notebook platforms that could be used …

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Top Deep Learning Myths You should know

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This post highlights the top deep learning myths you should know. This is important to understand in order to leverage deep learning to solve complex AI problems. Many times, beginner to intermediate level machine learning enthusiasts don’t consider deep learning based on the myths discussed in this post. Without further ado, let’s look at the topmost and most common deep learning myths: Good understanding of complex mathematical concepts: Well, that is just a myth. At times, they say that one needs to have a higher degree in Mathematics & statistics. That is not true. With tools and programming languages along with libraries available today, basic mathematical concepts should be able …

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Free Datasets for Machine Learning & Deep Learning

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Here is the list of free data sets for machine learning & deep learning publicly available: Machine learning problems datasets UC Irvine Machine Learning Repository: A repository of 560 datasets suitable for traditional machine learning algorithm problems such as classification and regression Public available dataset through public APIs: A list of 650+ datasets available via public API Penn machine learning dataset: The data sets cover a broad range of applications, and include binary/multi-class classification problems and regression problems, as well as combinations of categorical, ordinal, and continuous features. The good part if that the datasets is available in tabular form that makes it very useful for training models with traditional …

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When to use Deep Learning vs Machine Learning Models?

In this post, you will learn about when to go for training deep learning models from the perspective of model performance and volume of data. As a machine learning engineer or data scientist, it always bothers as to can we use deep learning models in place of traditional machine learning models trained using algorithms such as logistic regression, SVM, tree-based algorithms, etc. The objective of this post is to provide you with perspectives on when to go for traditional machine learning models vs deep learning models.  The two key criteria based on which one can decide whether to go for deep learning vs traditional machine learning models are the following: …

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Historical Dates & Timeline for Deep Learning

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This post is a quick check on the timeline including historical dates in relation to the evolution of deep learning. Without further ado, let’s get to the important dates and what happened on those dates in relation to deep learning: Year Details/Paper Information Who’s who 1943 An artificial neuron was proposed as a computational model of the “nerve net” in the brain. Paper: “A logical calculus of the ideas immanent in nervous activity,” Bulletin of Mathematical Biophysics, volume 5, 1943 Warren McCulloch, Walter Pitts Late 1950s A neural network application by reducing noise in phone lines was developed Paper: Andrew Goldstein, “Bernard Widrow oral history,” IEEE Global History Network, 1997 Bernard …

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Keras CNN Image Classification Example

In this post, you will learn about how to train a Keras Convolution Neural Network (CNN) for image classification. Before going ahead and looking at the Python / Keras code examples and related concepts, you may want to check my post on Convolution Neural Network – Simply Explained in order to get a good understanding of CNN concepts. Keras CNN Image Classification Code Example First and foremost, we will need to get the image data for training the model. In this post, Keras CNN used for image classification uses the Kaggle Fashion MNIST dataset. Fashion-MNIST is a dataset of Zalando’s article images—consisting of a training set of 60,000 examples and a …

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Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) – Simply Explained

In this post, you will learn about the basic concepts of convolutional neural network (CNN) explained with examples. As data scientists / machine learning / deep learning enthusiasts, you must get a good understanding of convolution neural network as there are many applications of CNN. Before getting into the details on CNN, let’s understand the meaning of Convolution in convolutional neural network. What’s Convolution? What’s intuition behind Convolution? Convolution represents a mathematical operation on two functions. As there can be applied different mathematical operations such as addition or multiplication on two different functions, in the similar manner, convolution operation can be applied on two different functions. Mathematically, the convolution of two different …

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Keras Neural Network for Regression Problem

Keras Neural network for regression problem

In this post, you will learn about how to train neural network for regression machine learning problems using Python Keras. Regression problems are those which are related to predicting numerical continuous value based on input parameters / features. You may want to check out some of the following posts in relation to how to use Keras to train neural network for classification problems: Keras – How to train neural network to solve multi-class classification Keras – How to use learning curve to select most optimal neural network configuration for training classification model In this post, the following topics are covered: Design Keras neural network architecture for regression Keras neural network …

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Keras – Categorical Cross Entropy Loss Function

Cross Entropy Loss Function

In this post, you will learn about when to use categorical cross entropy loss function when training neural network using Python Keras. Generally speaking, the loss function is used to compute the quantity that the the model should seek to minimize during training. For regression models, the commonly used loss function used is mean squared error function while for classification models predicting the probability, the loss function most commonly used is cross entropy. In this post, you will learn about different types of cross entropy loss function which is used to train the Keras neural network model. Cross entropy loss function is an optimization function which is used in case …

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Python Keras – Learning Curve for Classification Model

Training & Validation Accuracy & Loss of Keras Neural Network Model

In this post, you will learn about how to train an optimal neural network using Learning Curves and Python Keras. As a data scientist, it is good to understand the concepts of learning curve vis-a-vis neural network classification model to select the most optimal configuration of neural network for training high-performance neural network. In this post, the following topics have been covered: Concepts related to training a classification model using a neural network Python Keras code for creating the most optimal neural network using a learning curve  Training a Classification Neural Network Model using Keras Here are some of the key aspects of training a neural network classification model using Keras: …

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Keras Multi-class Classification using IRIS Dataset

Python keras for multi-class classification model using IRIS dataset

In this post, you will learn about how to train a neural network for multi-class classification using Python Keras libraries and Sklearn IRIS dataset. As a deep learning enthusiasts, it will be good to learn about how to use Keras for training a multi-class classification neural network. The following topics are covered in this post: Keras neural network concepts for training multi-class classification model Python Keras code for fitting neural network using IRIS dataset Keras Neural Network Concepts for training Multi-class Classification Model Training a neural network for multi-class classification using Keras will require the following seven steps to be taken: Loading Sklearn IRIS dataset Prepare the dataset for training and testing …

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Neural Network Back-Propagation Python Examples

In this post, you will learn about the concepts of neural network back propagation algorithm along with Python examples. As a data scientist, it is very important to learn the concepts of back propagation algorithm if you want to get good at deep learning models. This is because back propagation algorithm is key to learning weights at different layers in the deep neural network. What’s Back Propagation Algorithm? The backpropagation algorithm represents the propagation of the gradients of outputs from each node (in each layer) on the final output, in the backward direction right up to the input layer nodes. All that is achieved using the backpropagation algorithm is to …

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Top Tutorials – Neural Network Back Propagation Algorithm

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Here are the top web pages /videos for learning back propagation algorithm used to compute the gradients in neural network. I will update this page with more tutorials as I do further deep dive on back propagation algorithm. For beginners or expert level data scientists / machine learning enthusiasts, these tutorials will prove to be very helpful. Before going ahead and understanding back propagation algorithm from different pages, lets quickly understand the key components of neural network algorithm: Feed forward algorithm: Feed forward algorithm represents the aspect of how input signals travel through different neurons present in different layers in form of weighted sums and activations, and, result in output / …

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Different Types of Activation Functions using Animation

In this post, you will be seeing different types of activation functions used in neural networks in form of an animation. If you are starting on deep learning and wanted to know about different types of activation functions, you may want to bookmark this page for quicker access in future. Without further ado, let’s take a look at the animation which represents different types of activation functions: Here is the list of different types of activation functions shown in above animation: Identity function (Used in Adaline – Adaptive Linear Neuron) Sigmoid function Tanh functon ArcTan function (inverse tangent function) ReLU (Rectified Linear Unit) Leaky ReLU (Improved version of ReLU) Randomized …

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Neural Networks and Mathematical Models Examples

In this post, you will learn about concepts of neural networks with the help of mathematical models examples. In simple words, you will learn about how to represent the neural networks using mathematical equations. As a data scientist / machine learning researcher, it would be good to get a sense of how the neural networks can be converted into a bunch of mathematical equations for calculating different values. Having a good understanding of representing the activation function output of  different computation units / nodes / neuron in different layers would help in understanding back propagation algorithm in a better and easier manner. This will be dealt in one of the …

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