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The 7 Steps of Machine Learning (AI Adventures)


Reynold King

100 Replies to “The 7 Steps of Machine Learning (AI Adventures)”

  1. @03:01 Why would it be biased to detect beer more often than wine? Would that not mean that it is just better at finding out if something is beer than it is at finding out wether something is wine?

  2. This was a damn good video. Correct me if i'm wrong, but it seems like essentially what your doing is teaching the computer how to use the scientific method. I'm sure that's a very over simplified explanation, but as I was watching this it started to seem very familiar.

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  6. google should get there AI to recreate its own algorithm to out perform its existing algorithm to learning and strength it mean while when it's recreating its own AI algorithm's people could teach it what we rely want and need this would give us AI of the 2080s

  7. Nice video, nice explanation of ML. more videos or even a series would be most appreciated. IA and other advanced concept should be taught same way

  8. Very interesting. How would you handle situations where datapoints from two different categories overlap? A white wine that is close in colour and alcohol content to a white ale? Also, the model you describe is a linear split between the categories. But is that always the case?

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  10. quick summary:
    – machine learning is all about seeing some examples of input-output pairs and then being able to predict the output for new inputs
    – basically, you feed a bunch of examples to a machine, and the machine will start to learn about the defining characteristics of your examples
    – therefore, it is extremely import that you feed it good examples! Generally, the more examples the better, but you also want your examples to have the distinguishing features in them.
    – once you gather some good examples (with distinguishing features), you generally clean it up, plot it, do some statistical analysis, etc
    – then you choose one of the many different machine learning models (e.g. linear, neural network, etc). Each has its pros/cons. Depending on your examples, and your time constraints, you will pick one of these models
    – you will then tune some parameters of the model (again how you do this depends on your examples and time constraints)

    Hope that was helpful!

    Thanks for the awesome video 🙂

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  14. Great pace but the lack of accuracy may lead a newbie to big confusion. 1-The shape of b is not correct, 2-you illustrate linear regression while it is a logistic regression case and 3-we choose model parameters using validation data set before the model evaluation using test data set not after.

  15. Wow input model and output . If output is acceptable then fine if not feedback to obtain right answer. Explained nicely…great to visit this channel .

  16. I like the content of the video. But I would say for me personally it would be better to show only diagrams, because the movement of the person was kind of distraction. I would be happy to know who is demostrating though but not throughout the video…

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  18. If you are stating an order of how to watch the videos, then why do the videos loop from first to second, and back to first again?

  19. Guo you need to whoa on machine learning. AI will be the end of us. Louise Cypher says end of humanity by 2025/2040 and that AI takes over.

  20. Can you please teach an AI bot to tell where the summoner spawns in diablo 2? (No one has ever found out and apparently its 100% random but I have always felt like there HAS to be some logic to it!

  21. I know next to nothing about machine learning, 3:00 however, I can't believe that if you collected more data on beer than wine your model would guess (wrongly) too often something is a beer. That implies it is better to have less data, as long as it is evenly matched between variables. This makes no logical sense. It should always be best to have more data than less. Can someone please confirm or help?

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  24. so lets say i make AI to tell who is playing what song Sting or the beatles lets say i play steely dan

    can i make it say ? (i dont know )
    or say (this is not Sting or the beatles)

  25. Why google is using music from apple of the 90's, they should hire someon like arca or sophie or that japanese guy who made the music for the revenant

  26. Y = m * x + b came out of nowhere without context, need to get that explanation clear and contextualised with everything else which is clear

    Also that is a time series graph which isn’t explained, formula for straight line is y = m * x + b

  27. tuning hyperparameters is a science when you automatically tune them using a script and performance metrics..

  28. A hydrometer will not tell you the alcohol content of a given liquid unless you also have the original gravity.

  29. I've put a lot of effort into this. Take a look.

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  30. ok. i get the fact that more data, the better prediction. but wouldn't execution time slow down?

  31. 6:48 the AI has taken over. It's teaching us how to birth it so it can take over what was rightfully it's in the first place. GG humans, gg.

  32. Thank you, I am new to the IT industry and I found your explanation very easy to digest especially from a lay person's pov

  33. I love how he explained the steps of Machine Learning in simplified plain english. thank you very much!!

  34. Doesn't it just measure the data in terms of the variables we ask it to? Or does it take in every account of the data it gets i.e. the number of beer data vs wine data : 3:21
    6:43 how does the computer make its own line by looking at the data – how does it make patterns and change the line? Does it average out a general inequality equation for the two things?

  35. For this use case Chemometrics approach is best I think. Would be nice to relate images, spectral signatures and have that for training, test and validation dataset. This would mean of course working not just tabulated data but the fusion of images, spectral data and lab measurement data

  36. It is great lecture and explains the topic very clearly and simply.i will follow all the videos because comparing to other programs and books this the most clear videos I’ve seen so far

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