Saturday, January 30, 2016

Weekly Review 29 January 2016

Some interesting links that I Tweeted about in the last week:

  1. 7 trends in AI for 2016:
  2. Learn deep learning from Google using TensorFlow 
  3. Learning to code neural networks 
  4. The parts for building an AI assistant are available online, mostly for free, according to this article:
  5. Microsoft open sources it's deep learning toolkit:
  6. Damn, Marvin Minsky died:
  7. Deep Feelings on Deep Learning: … it all seems a bit like magic
  8. 7 mistakes in data science, apply to computational intelligence and data mining too:
  9. Video courses in deep learning and machine learning:
  10. Implementing k nearest neighbours in Python:
  11. Random thoughts on machine learning and AI:
  12. Overview of recurrent neural networks:
  13. "Impostor Syndrome" among academics: 
  14. Deep learning with Spark and TensorFlow:
  15. 12 things not to do when applying for academic jobs … I'd add don't go in to an interview with a bad attitude
  16. Doesn't matter how good you are, if you have a bad or arrogant attitude in the interview, you won't get the job
  17. Deep learning neural network with human-level performance playing Go

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