Reading time: 3 minutes In this second part of the series “Continuous Machine Learning”, we will use Docker to speed up our GitHub Actions checks.
Reading time: 9 minutes Continuous Machine Learning has come to revolutionize Machine Learning, Data Science and Software Engineering! I will teach you how to exploit this through CML, DVC and MIIC in this blog post 🙂
Reading time: 14 minutes First things first: Spurious Dependence Depending on your background, you have already heard of spurious dependence in a way or another. It goes by the names of spurious association, spurious dependence, the famous quote “correlation does not imply causation” and also other versions based on the same idea that you can not say that necessarily …
Reading time: 3 minutes This week I bring to you a lot on causation! From the very basics, including exercises and video classes, to application of causal inference to things such as data missingness! And of course, several opportunities in industry and academia!
Reading time: 2 minutes This release of my best links of the week comes with A LOT of knowledge on bayesian reasoning and statistics. But that’s not it, there are also data for you to analyze, podcasts episodes and SEVERAL opportunities! 🙂
Reading time: 3 minutes Have you ever thought of drawing maps in R? How about measuring how unobserved confounders can mess your cause-effect analysis? Scraping data from your browser using just your browser? Come check out the most recent release of my best links of the week 🙂
Reading time: 2 minutes Best links of the week from 1st July to 7th July Links Open Source Guides Accuracy paradox at Wikipedia. Lucas critique, Goodhart’s law and Campbell’s law at Wikipedia. 40 Artificial Intelligence Interview Questions & Answers at Vipul Patel’s LinkedIn. State of AI Report 2019 at state.ai. Gramr add-in for RStudio at ROpenScilabs’s GitHub Repository. Chega …
Reading time: 3 minutes Weak learning, Transfer learning, Cross Validation and much more! Come and check one more release of my best links of the week 🙂
Reading time: 2 minutes The post of this week is very versatile. There are links from causality to disruption in higher education. Several new public databases for analysis and a great list for exercise on data cleaning!
Reading time: 2 minutes Best links of the week from 8th April to 14th April Links Many more images like the one above at Business Broadway. Websites with challenges and exercises at Gabriel Fonseca’s GitHub page. Support innovation in healthcare with Hacking Health! There are several chapters around the world, including several in Brazil and in France :-). What …