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1/ "Wait, what?" tweetstorm
2/ Wow, #ML powered upsampling has gotten very good. Example video, VGA input, 4K output, from 1990s anime called Yu Yu Hakusho:
3/ To compare, this is a sample of the original, though not the exact one used as input:
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We've evolved and here is a #thread of that journey!

Like every successful living species, to survive and get better, you have to evolve. & a company is not different. With the big tech eating into almost every industry it becomes paramount important that traditional businesses
have to think ground up with digital technologies at the core. And today, I'm here to announce that, as a business leader of your company, you don't have to do it alone - Heptagon is there to guide you through your entire digital transformation journey.
We've been creating digitally transformative solutions since 2009. We had an opportunity to work with the NYC government, BMW and we've also built platforms to distribute these solutions. These are our success stories but, we've had our fair share of failures
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Alors les amis, The French Ministry of Armed Forces #AI task force has released a new report covering #AI in #defence & a roadmap toward more military adoption. You can read it en français here: defense.gouv.fr/salle-de-press…

Or read on for a few findings & preliminary thoughts.
FR wants its very own JAIC-like cell, the CCIAD, embedded within their Defence Innovation Agency (IAD). (Shout out: FR speakers should follow @KrajeckiMichael). The Coordination Cell for AI in Defence will facilitate efforts on coordination & strategy. p21 for this buried lede
Nice to see that France does not see AI as an end unto itself. Intro is pragmatic & focusses on the weaknesses of second-wave AI systems (although without using the #DARPA-esque vocab), including by noting that #AI does not change the nature of war.
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Automation Tools To Ease Your Data Science Project

Working on Data Science Project can be overwhelming for beginners esp student that intend to carry our a research in this field.

Below are some automation tools that data science professional can use.
#DataScience #Thread
1 WEKA
Weka is a collection of machine learning algorithms for data mining tasks. It contains tools for data preparation, classification, regression, clustering, association rules mining, and visualization
#WEKA help you discover practical data mining &learn to mine your own data
#WEKA make it easy for you to play around with data and it gives you test options regarding how you split your #dataset.
I once used WEKA to get result 'clue' for Classification of EEG signal using AIRS, Immuno, CLONALG.

Download WEKA: cs.waikato.ac.nz/ml/weka/
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Love the simplicity of #Serverless #FaaS (Function-as-a-Service) but hate the setup process? Look to these 7 open source projects to ease #AWS Lambda deployments: dy.si/M3VJd
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#BigData #StreamingAnalytics #Cloud #DataScience #MachineLearning #IFTTT #EventDriven #AI
13 free tools for #API design, development, & testing — for example, Amazon API Gateway allows you to build front-end APIs for applications built on Amazon EC2, #AWS Lambda, or any web application:
dy.si/1VTf942
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#microservices #cloud #serverless #FaaS #coding #IoT
#IFTTT alternatives for developers of #EventDriven workflows: dy.si/ZorG2N
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#IoT #EdgeAnalytics #EdgeComputing #Microservices #DataScience #BigData #FaaS #ML
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+See the book “AWS Lambda in Action: Event-driven #Serverless Applications” at amzn.to/2YFDSO8
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Department of Medicine Grand Rounds - listening to the amazing patient experience transformation journey led by Babar Hasan and his stellar team (including Muneera Rasheed, Zahra Hoodbhoy, @mominkazi) @AKUGlobal
#mentorship a key component of delivering #compassionate care by nursing - Noreen Sultan @AKUGlobal
#patient experience #transformation using predictive modeling based on #ML - leading with #data @Ephlux @AKUGlobal
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A "worrying analysis":

"18 [#deeplearning] algorithms ... presented at top-level research conferences ... Only 7 of them could be reproduced w/ reasonable effort ... 6 of them can often be outperformed w/ comparably simple heuristic methods."

Paper:
lnkd.in/dTaGCTv

#AI
[Updates worth tweeting]

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There is much concern about #reproducibility issues and flawed scientific practices in the #ML community in particular & #academia in general.

Both the issues and the concerns are not new.

Isn't it time to put an end to them?
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There are several works that have exposed these and similar problems along the years.

👏👏 again to @Maurizio_fd et al. for sharing their paper and addressing #DL algorithms for recommended systems (1st tweet from this thread).

But there is more, unfortunately:
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Remember the #BachDoodle? We’re excited to release paper on Behind-the-Scenes design, #ML, scaling it up, and dataset of 21.6M melodies from around the world!
📜 arxiv.org/abs/1907.06637
w/ @fjord41 @ada_rob @notwaldorf @bengiswex Leon Hong @jaxcooo
tl; dr
1/ In three days, people spent 350 years worth of time playing with the Bach Doodle, and the “harmonize” button was clicked more than 55 million times.
2/ The model Coconet 🥥 is an instance of OrderlessNADE and uses Gibbs sampling to generate the harmonizations through rewriting.
📜 Previous blogpost: g.co/magenta/coconet
📝 Paper from #ISMIR 2017: arxiv.org/abs/1903.07227
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Recently, the National Crime Records Bureau of India published a tender for the Automated Facial Recognition System (AFRS). Some background (B), and key takeaways (T). #AI #FacialRecognition #ML #India 1/n
B1. The AFRS is conceptualised to modernize the police force, for “criminal identification, verification and its dissemination among various police organizations and units across the country.” 2/n
B2. The rationale: face recognition will help with “facilitating easy recording, analysis, retrieval and sharing of Information” and help in identification of: criminals, missing children/persons, unidentified dead bodies and unknown traced children/persons. 3/n
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I’ve been getting a lot of new followers lately, so how about an #epitwitter #ScholarSunday so newcomers can get connected to our lovely community!

Here’s a thread of some of my suggestions for who to follow & why! Add your own in the comments👇🏼
Looking for some academic career advice? Have questions about writing grants? Want tips on making delicious pizza or pie? Head on over to @BillMiller_Epi!
Want support for how to #liveyourbestlife, learn to say ‘no’, or throw an amazing party? You’ll be wanting to follow @lisabodnar!
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#STPIINDIA has been playing the role catalyst in bolstering the growth of #IT industry by providing state-of-the-art incubation facilities to #startups,#MSMEs & budding entrepreneurs in IT/ITeS sector to nurture tech-fueled entrepreneurship in India.#STPIIncubation #KnowAboutSTPI
In the early 90’s, when development of physical infrastructure needed massive investment, #STPIINDIA pioneered incubation services to nurture budding IT companies & promote them to leverage the enormous opportunities in software exports. #STPIIncubation #KnowAboutSTPI @Omkar_Raii
#STPIINDIA has been providing world-class incubation facilities to #startups, #MSMEs & budding entrepreneurs in #IT industry since 1991 to stimulate the growth of tech entrepreneurship pan-India by enabling hassle-free operations. #STPIIncubation #KnowAboutSTPI @Omkar_Raii
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Happy 4th of July!!
One area of intergration of ML and econometrics is providing inference after variable selection (Post selection Inference) #rstats #econtwitter #Rladies #ML #econometrics 1/n
Most popular technique in economics is the 'Double LASSO' which provides inference on the treatment effect after variable selection using LASSO. Check out the R package 'hdm'. cran.r-project.org/web/packages/h…
#rstats #econtwitter 2/n
We are often interested in conducting inference on other selected covariates (controls) as well. Check out R package 'selectiveInference' which conducts inference on multiple covariates. cran.r-project.org/web/packages/s…
#rstats #econtwitter 3/n
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"If I were to write a textbook on #complexity, it would be structured like this..."
- SFI Pres David Krakauer starts off this morning at #CSSS19 #CSSS at @IAIASantaFe

#error #adaptation #universality #coarsegrained #math #theory
"If you talk about #intelligence and #stupidity, you talk about #communication and #policy. That is the natural place to start."

"If you've ever written a Lokta-Volterra #equation, you've drawn a perpetual motion machine. There's no #dissipation."

- SFI President David Krakauer
"Why #God is a bad #theory: it's not because it's not true; it's because it uses an infinite-dimensional process to explain low-dimensional phenomena."

- SFI President David Krakauer at #CSSS19 on #Ockham's Razor & why #Darwin's animal breeding metaphor backfired on #evolution
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If u want to learn #AI or #ML completely online without any BS. Follow this route(thread): #elearning

1. Artificial Intelligence:A modern approach by Stuart Russel and Peter Norvig

This book will give a non technical intro into #AI.Read relevant chapters
amazon.com/Artificial-Int…
2. Alternatively u can take "#AI for everyone" course on coursera by @AndrewYNg

This is also non technical.
coursera.org/learn/ai-for-e…

3. Then move on to "The hundred page machine learning book" by @burkov

amazon.com/Hundred-Page-M…
4. "Machine Learning" course on @coursera by @AndrewYNg will give a proper foundation

coursera.org/learn/machine-…

5. "Hands-on Machine Learning with Scikit-Learn, Keras, and TensorFlow"
by @aureliengeron
amazon.com/Hands-Machine-…

#AI #MachineLearning
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Il cancro rappresenta il paradigma dell'immortalità. Se nelle cellule sane esiste un meccanismo 'salvifico' di apoptosi, le cellule cancerose non vogliono morire. Mai come adesso ricerca e nuove tecnologie sono in grado di combattere ad armi pari. Quattro esempi. #OneGiantLeap
Cancer-fighting nanorobots programmed to seek and destroy tumors
In a major advancement in nanomedicine, scientists have successfully programmed nanorobots to shrink tumors by cutting off their blood supply

#Cancer #NanoRobots #NanoMedicine #DNA #origami

sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/…
Google’s Machine Learning Model Detects Cancer in Real-Time.
Detecting cancer at an early stage has long been a focus area in healthcare. From IBM Watson to other major players, until now.

#Google #Cancer #MachineLearning #ML #ArtificialIntelligence #AI

analyticsvidhya.com/blog/2018/04/g…
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Why Python?

A thread as requested by @hackSultan

Will try to make this as unbiased as possible. 😁

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Python is a high-level programming language whose structure mimics the way humans think.
It abstracts away low-level stuff like memory management, pointers etc.. which are the main stay of other languages like C++, Java
It is dynamically typed. Don’t be perturbed. Basically when u say a language is statically typed, it means you need to declare your variables upfront. You need to tell the compiler how much memory to set aside to handle a variable in advance.
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With the new @Tesla software update + browser, @c9r can view @swim's traffic.swim.ai app in his Model 3 as he drives through Palo Alto, CA. Live #ML predictions about untimed traffic signals streaming from city traffic infrastructure. Check it out @elonmusk! #swimOS
1/ If this is your first time seeing the @swim traffic.swim.ai app, here's what you're looking at...
2/ The app displays a map of Palo Alto, CA. We use @Mapbox here, but the UI core is all @swim.
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In July 1969 the Apollo 11 astronauts conducting several tasks during extravehicular activity (EVA) operations on the surface of the moon. The EVA lasted approximately 2.5 hours with all scientific activities being completed satisfactorily. #OneGiantLeap

#Apollo11 landed on the Moon on July 20, 1969.

That's #OneSmallStep for [a] man, #OneGiantLeap for mankind.

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[#ALLin1HOUR]

Happy #EarthDay, America! 🎉

Learn how the Energy Department, National Labs, and sites help make the world more sustainable. ⚡

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More people are experiencing severe food allergies than ever before

#food #health

weforum.org/agenda/2019/01…
The Pentagon thinks bugs could hold the secrets to conscious experience.

#consciousness #physics #philosophy #brain #ArtificialIntelligence #AI #robots #DARPA

futurism.com/darpa-wants-co…
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#Bigdata vs Machine Learning vs Artificial Intelligence
By Irene Aldridge
☝️author High-Frequency Trading: A Practical Guide to #Algorithmic Strategies& #Trading Systems
☝️co-author Real-Time Risk: What Investors Should Know About #Fintech,#highfrequencytrading and FlashCrashes
1. ☝️🧐➿🔢 In traditional #statistics or #econometrics, researchers make assumptions about #data distributions ahead of the analysis
2. 🥇💪#machinelearning = the 1st discipline to apply #efficiency to #problemsolving brought by #computers & their enhanced computational power
3. 🤗➿🔢#ML scientists try to reduce #assumptions about the data as much as possible&let the data (&computers) decide what fits best.
4. ♾➡️🔤🌐#Datascience identifies core characteristics of the data, summarized by what has been known as #characteristic values (#eigenvalues)
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🔴 #Software is eating the world, and it’s only the beginning

#ArtificialIntelligence #AI #MachineLearning #ML #FutureOfWork #Robots #Technology #Disruption

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🔴 #Software is eating the world, and it’s only the beginning

#ArtificialIntelligence #AI #MachineLearning #ML #FutureOfWork #Robots #Technology #Disruption

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Emerson, Lake & Palmer - From The Beginning (Live)

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Mr. #BigQuery himself - @jrdntgn - on stage.
As I'm sitting in this talk, @jrdntgn is dropping a lot of things that #BigQuery can do in a short amount of time that I am not sure one can get the magnitude of how awesome they are until some reflection (kind of a slo-mo replay).

I'll try to point some of them out in here.
1/ Wanted to wait until I can refer to the actual recording on YouTube (here it is ).

So, here we go ...
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1/15 This is a case study in how people should critically read articles and other claims about #AI or #ML. "IBM artificial intelligence can predict with 95% accuracy which workers are about to quit their jobs" cnbc.com/2019/04/03/ibm…
2/15 "95% accuracy" sounds really good but it actually gives you almost no information about the effectiveness of the model without knowing what the baseline attrition rate is. If their attrition rate is 5%, then a model that predicts no one ever quits would have 95% accuracy.
3/15 Good numbers to ask for are the false positive rate and false negative rate. FPR: When the model predicts that a person will quit, how often is it wrong? FNR: When the model predicts that a person will stay, how often is it wrong?
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