Category Archives: Machine Learning

There is “Deep Misinformation” in AI

Deep Learning (DL), the only field of Artificial Intelligence (AI) that went viral. However, “DL is not synonym of AI! The most advertised AI tools by Google, Facebook etc are mainly or only DL, so the wide public thinks that all … Continue reading

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Radiologist-Level Pneumonia Detection

Stanford ML Group developed an algorithm that can detect pneumonia from chest X-rays at a level exceeding practicing radiologists – read more

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About DecisionCAMP-2018

The DecisionCAMP-2017 became a major technical decision management event of 2017. Next year DecisionCAMP will be held in Luxembourg in the mid of Sep-2018. We will join the Logic for AI Summit that will bring together several international conferences and workshops … Continue reading

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Typical Example from Machine Learning Practice

“I was asked to help sell machine learning to a bank. They asked us to have a look at predicting failures of their payment system.  They had previous attempts with various technologies and various consulting companies, but they all failed.  … Continue reading

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The Google Brain Team’s Approach to Research

On Sep 13 Jeff Dean, one of the most famous Google researchers, shared this post: “About a year ago, the Google Brain team first shared our mission ‘Make machines intelligent. Improve people’s lives.’ In that time, we’ve shared updates on our work to … Continue reading

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Machine Learning Humor

The current machine learning hype makes some people believe that pouring data into a “big pile of linear algebra” will produce the answers you want. The more data you pour the better answers you get. Contrary, to get useful answers … Continue reading

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A Practical Guide to Machine Learning

Rob Thomas and Jean-François Puget published “A Practical Guide to Machine Learning: Understand, Differentiate, and Apply“. Along with typical Machine Learning traps, it provides practical advises, e.g.: 1) “Move application development from programming to training: instead of writing new code, the … Continue reading

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