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2018-10-02, 11:47

Machine learning for absolute beginners

This is my latest book. I bought it this morning, so I haven't read it yet, but hopefully it isn’t one of all the books I just buy and never read.

I’m not really going to program machine learning or neural networks. I just want to understand how it works. One day it may be useful. If not for Savvity, then for some other project. We will see artificial intelligence everywhere.

Have you thought about artificial intelligence and how it will affect us? One of the kids study artificial intelligence at the university and we talk a lot about it. Hopefully this books will Help me understand more of the details in coming dinner discussions. 🙂

If you are interested in the book, it is written by Oliver Theobald.

Best regards, Niklas 🎈

2018-10-02, 12:34

Interesting 😊 I came into contact with machine learning due to a linguistics paper I was writing, trying to determine the emotion words Trump was using amongst other presidential candidates. I downloaded various programs to run the data and had to do some coding (which I am not familiar with) and my boyfriend came home and he was like babe do you know what you are doing? I was like no but yes. Hahaha he’s like you downloaded a machine learning program 😂😂😂😂. In the end, it worked out and I ran the analysis I needed.

2018-10-02, 13:27

Cool, then you’re ahead of me. 😀

Best regards, Niklas 🎈

2018-10-02, 18:13

What examples of artificial intelligence do you use in your everyday lives now?

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2018-10-02, 19:02

Good question. I probably only know of some. Siri, I guess something in Spotify, Apple Maps, Amazons whole webshop is a gigantic AI, Facebook, online ads (but ”use”?), the car, Gmail, Google search are the obvious ones.

Best regards, Niklas 🎈

2018-10-02, 22:11

I imagine machine learning being very hard to pick up to be honest! Best of luck with it!

2018-10-20, 20:17

I think I would need to learn it to a point where I use so that I don't just forget what I have learned.

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