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6 August 2018
6 min read
Source: TDS If your neural nets are getting larger and larger but your training sets aren’t, you’re going to hit an accuracy wall. If you want to train better models with less data, I’ve got good news for you. Dataset augmentation – the process of applying simple and complex transformations like...
2 August 2018
7 min read
Source: Case Engineering Diagnostics is part of the core of healthcare—research suggests a third of all Healthcare AI SaaS companies are tackling just this sector. Machine learning models can automate parts of the diagnostic stack, aid doctors in deciding how to interpret tests and reports, and greatly...
24 July 2018
8 min read
For every dollar of fraud that financial services companies suffer, they incur $2.67 in costs to their business. With more entry points in the digital age and increasingly sophisticated attackers, tackling fraud manually is quickly fading to irrelevance: but machine learning offers a promising way to...
19 July 2018
4 min read
At Algorithmia we’re lucky enough to be surrounded by group of wildly intelligent, quirky, and fun engineers. We’d love for you to come by and meet them in person, but until then we’ll post a series of interviews introducing you to some of the talented people who are creating the future of AI. For...
9 July 2018
4 min read
At Algorithmia we’re lucky enough to be surrounded by group of wildly intelligent, quirky, and fun engineers. We’d love for you to come by and meet them in person, but until then we’ll post a series of interviews introducing you to some of the talented people who are creating the future of AI. Today,...
2 July 2018
4 min read
Slack is one of the fastest growing companies of all time, and there’s a good chance it’s also the messaging app that you use for work. The Algorithmia Slack Client lets you integrate Machine Learning into your Slack channels – both as slack commands and as bot users – giving you more firepower...
27 June 2018
4 min read
Source: Wikipedia Despite only making it into the political mainstream recently, crowd size estimation has always been an important task for corporate development, retail planning, and resource allocation. It helps property owners and event organizers predict demand, understand utilization of physical...
27 June 2018
4 min read
At Algorithmia we’re lucky enough to be surrounded by group of wildly intelligent, quirky, and fun engineers. We’d love for you to come by and meet them in person, but until then we’ll post a series of interviews introducing you to some of the talented people who are creating the future of...
25 June 2018
7 min read
Source: KDnuggets Machine learning is about rapid experimentation and iteration, and without keeping track of your modeling history you won’t be able to learn much. Versioning lets you keep track of all of your models, how well they’ve done, and what hyperparameters you used to get there. This post...
21 June 2018
8 min read
Source: TensorFlow Machine Learning is emerging as a serious technology just as mobile is becoming the default method of consumption, and that’s leading to some interesting possibilities. Smartphones are packing more power by the year, and some are even overtaking desktop computers in speed and reliability....