Learning the required mathematics is often perceived as one of the biggest obstacles by people trying to get started in machine learning. Mathematical concepts from linear algebra, statistics, and calculus are foundational to many machine learning algorithms. Luckily, the past several years have seen the proliferation of several online courses and other learning resources.
The sliding window algorithm is a method for performing operations on sequences such as arrays and strings. By using this method, time complexity can be reduced from O(n3) to O(n2) or from O(n2) to O(n). As the subarray moves from one end of the array to the other, it looks like a sliding window.
In this post, we will cover the foundations of how neural networks learn to localize and detect objects. Object Localization vs. Object Detection Object localization refers to the practice of detecting a single prominent object in an image or a scene, while object detection is about detecting several objects. A neural network can localize
Machine learning has emerged as one of the hottest technology trends. Salaries for skilled machine learning engineers are through the roof, and many companies are unable to fill open positions in the field. Moving into machine learning, therefore, can be a very promising career move. But how difficult is it to get a job
TensorFlow is one of the two dominant deep learning frameworks. It is heavily used in industry to build cutting-edge AI applications. While its rival PyTorch has seen an increase in popularity over recent years, TensorFlow is still the dominant framework in industry applications. Most machine learning engineers, especially deep learning engineers, are well-advised to
In this post, we will develop a practical understanding of deep learning for image segmentation by building a UNet in TensorFlow and using it to segment images. What is Image Segmentation? Image Segmentation is a technique in digital image processing that describes the process of partitioning an image into sections. Often the goal is
What is an Autoencoder? An autoencoder is a neural network trained to compress its input and recreate the original input from the compressed data. This procedure is useful in applications such as dimensionality reduction or file compression where we want to store a version of our data that is more memory efficient or reconstruct
In this post, we will develop a thorough understanding of skip connections and how they help in the training of deep neural networks. Furthermore, we will have a look at ResNet50, a popular architecture based on skip connections. What are Residual Skip Connections? In a nutshell, skip connections are connections in deep neural networks
In this post, we will learn to build a basic convolutional neural network in TensorFlow and how to train it to distinguish between cats and dogs. We start off with a simple neural network and gradually work our way towards more complex architectures evaluating at each step how the results are changing. To build
In this post, we will develop a foundational understanding of deep learning for image classification. Then we will look at the classic neural network architectures that have been used for image processing. Deep Learning for Image Classification Image classification in deep learning refers to the process of getting a deep neural network to determine