Deep Learning can hallucinate

This is very interesting, a way to trip up computer vision by adding a strange image to fool classification tasks. https://youtu.be/i1sp4X57TL4 As the researchers write, the sticker “allows attackers to create a physical-world attack without...

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Google Duplex and Google Assistant

File this under damn cool! This feature alone would lead me to consider ditching my Alexa and iPhone for a Google Home and Android phone. I'm so busy juggling work, life, and kids around that just having a 'digital' assistant to make...

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AlphaGO Zero learns on its own

The news dropped that Google's new implementation of AlphaGo, called AlphaGO Zero, was able to learn completely on its own. No training set was first used, rather it built it's own training set as it played against the older AlphaGO. Earlier...

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Installing Keras Deep Learning with RapidMiner

If you watched this great introduction on Deep Learning with Keras and RapidMiner here, you probably want to try it out! I'll warn you though, it's a bit tricky to get this up and running on a Windows machine. The best place to read up on how to do it …

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Introduction to Deep Learning

This is a great introduction to Deep Learning. I know I learned a few things from Phillip. Some key concepts RapidMiner now can do GPU deep learning. Supports NVIDIA. Easy: Using already loaded Neural Net operators. Harder: Using H20.ai Deep...

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Keras and NLTK

I've been doing a lot more Python hacking, especially around text mining and using the deep learning library Keras and NLTK. Normally I'd do most of my work in RapidMiner but I wanted to do some grunt work and learn something along the way. It...

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