Machine Learning is hard.

I felt like quitting whenever I get baffled by the amount of information to learn.

But I followed the path to learning from Math for ML.

Here are the 5 critical reasons why you should start with Math concepts for ML

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I felt like quitting whenever I get baffled by the amount of information to learn.

But I followed the path to learning from Math for ML.

Here are the 5 critical reasons why you should start with Math concepts for ML

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🤔 Why Math for ML:

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📌 Machine learning algorithms rely on mathematical calculations to make predictions and decisions

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📌 Machine learning algorithms rely on mathematical calculations to make predictions and decisions

📌 Many machine learning techniques, such as neural networks and deep learning, are based on linear algebra and calculus

The word Algebra's history dates way back 825 AD to the Islamic golden age. The Islamic golden age was an intellectual primetime in the Middle East centred in Baghdad.

En este hilo les hablaré sobre ÁLGEBRA, su aprendizaje, sobre el desarrollo del razonamiento algebraico y también responderemos a otra pregunta:

¿Se puede enseñar álgebra en la enseñanza básica (primaria)?

Hilo va! 🧵

#Scicomm #PendsamientoMatemático #Matemáticas #Algebra

¿Se puede enseñar álgebra en la enseñanza básica (primaria)?

Hilo va! 🧵

#Scicomm #PendsamientoMatemático #Matemáticas #Algebra

El álgebra en general está relacionada con la aritmética, por lo que se le define como una "aritmética generalizada", esto presenta problemas a la hora de entender los cambios en los símbolos de la aritmética al álgebra.

El álgebra también puede entenderse como un instrumento para resolver problemas tanto intramatematicos como extramatematicos.

"#Economics in #Nouns and #Verbs"

Below, we share key excerpts from SFI External Prof W. Brian Arthur's (@Stanford, @PARCinc) latest, available at arxiv.org/abs/2104.01868, which we recommend for its elucidation of key blind spots in economic thinking & how to address them...

Below, we share key excerpts from SFI External Prof W. Brian Arthur's (@Stanford, @PARCinc) latest, available at arxiv.org/abs/2104.01868, which we recommend for its elucidation of key blind spots in economic thinking & how to address them...

"Different means 'see' differently—often they reveal different versions of the same object. #MRI looks at body parts and reveals soft tissue structure; #CT scanning looks at the same body parts and reveals bone structure. There is no 'correct' version of internal body parts."

"#Mathematics is powerful in #economics—and necessary—but I don’t believe that it is suited to describing all that is interesting in an economy. In fact I don’t believe that there is any privileged way to view the economy. There are useful ways and less useful ones."

Daily Bookmarks to GAVNet 04/15/2021 greeneracresvaluenetwork.wordpress.com/2021/04/15/dai…

Mathematician Disproves 80-Year-Old Algebra Conjecture

quantamagazine.org/mathematician-…

#algebra #mathematicians #proofs

quantamagazine.org/mathematician-…

#algebra #mathematicians #proofs

Modern Monetary Theory For Conservatives

theamericanconservative.com/articles/moder…

#ModernMonetaryTheory #conservatism #FederalFunding #EconomicPolicies

theamericanconservative.com/articles/moder…

#ModernMonetaryTheory #conservatism #FederalFunding #EconomicPolicies

European historians use a comparative notion of “balance of probabilities” when claiming knowledge transmission from Europe (Greece) to #India, but insist on the absolute notion of “beyond all reasonable doubt” for reverse transmission from India into #Europe. #decolonisation

They use this double standard to sustain a Eurocentric history writing against their dialogical competitors, even in situations where application of this principle would make a stronger case for East-to-West transmission.

This strategy has been used to perpetuate the racist notion that all knowledge flowed from ancient Europe.

For example, Neugebauer in 1962 used “priority, accessible communication routes and methodological similarities” to prove his belief that the astronomy contained

For example, Neugebauer in 1962 used “priority, accessible communication routes and methodological similarities” to prove his belief that the astronomy contained

Abbas Ibn Firnas was a very creative engineer and inventor who successfully constructed the first successful flying machine. His flying machine was a controlled one and he also demonstrated its flight, many centuries before the designs of Leonardo Da Vinci.

#lostislamichistory

#lostislamichistory

The first physician to identify the hereditary nature of haemophilia & describe an abdominal pregnancy, a subtype of ectopic pregnancy that in those days was a fatal affliction,the first to discover the root cause of paralysis. He developed surgical devices for Caesarean sections

ALGEBRA - The scariest thing to come out of the Muslim world.

#lostislamichistory #algebra #Algorithm

#lostislamichistory #algebra #Algorithm

Desde niña fui muy preguntona. Inspirada por mi papá (que es filósofo) siempre he querido tener respuesta para la pregunta ¿De dónde venimos? Soy bastante privilegiada y mi familia siempre ha apoyado todas mis decisiones. Con 17 años comencé a estudiar física en la UNAM

La carrera de #física no es sencilla pero sí muy bonita. Durante ella tuve muchos altibajos. Recibir mi primer 3 en #álgebra para físicos el primer semestre fue bastante decepcionante. 😣

Trabajar en equipo con mis amig@s sirvió. Las clases de much@s profesoras y profesores me inspiraban. Escoger sabiamente mis clases optativas también era motivacional, pues esas eran las “clases padres y divertidas”

1/30 One of the major points of confusion about the #SAT and the #ACT specifically is what exactly is on the test. It’s always worth discussing the content of assessments, especially assessments that are so high-stakes.

2/30 When I started teaching shortly after college, I got into it as a part time job. I was a subject tutor, designing curricula and teaching math. I had always been comfortable with standardized tests, so it seemed (at the time) like that, too, would be straightforward work.

3/30 I’d never “prepped” for the tests myself when I was in HS, so I didn’t perceive/approach them as arenas that required strategy. It struck me that they were simply testing what I’d learned in school and my understanding of language and mathematical reasoning. #edutwitter