How support vector machines work. And how to figure out How Stuff Works.
A gentle introduction to how support vector machines work. Also, a guided tour through the process of teaching yourself anything. Read more.
This was a dry run for Metis' Demystify Data Science Conference. Check out the other awesome talks.
How machine learning works
- How linear regression works [video]
- How neural networks work [video]
- How backpropagation works [video]
- How deep learning works [video]
- How convolutional neural networks work [video]
- How recurrent neural networks and long short-term memory work [video]
- How support vector machines work [video]
Using machine learning
- What questions can machine learning answer [video]
- How to choose a machine learning algorithm
- How to find the right machine learning algorithm
- What machine learning can't do [video]
- How data science works [video]
- Data science for beginners
- There is more to data science than machine learning [video]
- What is data [video]
- How to organize data for machine learning [video]
- How to clean data [video]
- How to handle missing values [video]
- How feature engineering works [video]
- How to get good quality data
- Why visualize data [video]
- How conditional probabilities work [video]
- How joint probabilities work [video]
- How marginal probabilities work [video]
- How probability distributions work [video]
- How Bayesian inference works [video]
- 2018: The year of Artificial General Intelligence
- How smart is AI? A 2017 report card
- Can machine learning solve NP-Complete problems?
- Interview with a toaster
Just remember what you paid for it.
- How to become a data scientist
- How to get a data science job
- How to build a data science team
- How to make a great remote data science team
- How to choose your tools
- How to solve a problem [video]
- Imposter syndrome
- How to open an algorithm's black box [video]
My short list of upcoming projects.
- How collaborative filtering works
- How Restricted Boltzmann Machines work
- How autoencoders work
- How computers play chess
- How computers play go
- How to tell if two groups are different
- How to tell if your data changed
- How to tell if a data point is unusual
- How to turn your data into a useful picture
- How to turn your analysis into a story
- How logistic regression works
- How reinforcement learning works
This list is evolving. If you see something you're excited about let me know.