The Problem Good quotes help make us stronger. What is truly inspiring about quotes is not their tone or contentedness but how those who share them reflect life experiences that really serve others. I didn't write the above quote about quotes(Quote-ception), but an AI model I trained did. And it says it better than I … Continue reading How to Train and Deploy Custom AI-Generated Quotes using GPT2, FastAPI, and ReactJS
Let's face it, anyone who has worked on Time Series Forecasting problems in the retail, logistics, e-commerce etc. would have definitely cursed that long tail which never behaves. The dreaded intermittent time series which makes the job of a forecaster difficult. This nuisance renders most of the standard forecasting techniques impractical, raises questions about the … Continue reading Intermittent Demand Forecasting with Deep Renewal Processes
We are at siege. A siege by an unknown enemy. An enemy with which we are befuddled. And unless you were living under a rock for the past couple of months(like Jared Leto), you know what I'm talking about - COVID-19. Whether you turn on the news, or scroll through social media, the majority of … Continue reading Does Imagenet Pretraining work for Chest Radiography Images(COVID-19)?
We are taking a brief detour from the series to understand what Natural Gradient is. The next algorithm we examine in the Gradient Boosting world is NGBoost and to understand it completely, we need to understand what Natural Gradients are. Pre-reads: I would be talking about KL Divergence and if you are unfamiliar with the … Continue reading The Gradient Boosters VI(A): Natural Gradient
If you have tried to understand the maths behind machine learning, including deep learning, you would have come across topics from Information Theory - Entropy, Cross Entropy, KL Divergence, etc. The concepts from information theory is ever prevalent in the realm of machine learning, right from the splitting criteria of a Decision Tree to loss … Continue reading Deep Learning and Information Theory