This article is an effort to make you into a “semi-expert” in artificial intelligence, cognitive computing, deep learning and neural networks from scratch. Here I will share a few cool learning resources for these topics. These resources include documentaries, TED talks, online lecture videos, and books. There are several videos and online books included in
Please read the disclaimer about the Free PDF Books in this article at the bottom The one thing they love more than a hero is to see a hero fail, fall, die trying. In spite of everything you’ve done for them, eventually, they will hate you [Spider-Man]. – Green Goblin / Norman Osborn Batman v
Please read the disclaimer about the Free PDF Books in this article at the bottom R, an open-source statistical and data mining programming language, is slowly but surely catching up in its race with commercial software like SAS & SPSS. I believe R will eventually replace SAS as the language of choice for modeling and
Self Study: Probability and Bayesian Statistics An average 21-year-old with a college degree spends a little over 15000 hours in classroom lectures. This accounts for a roughly 8th portion of his / her active life on this planet. To me, this alone is a good enough reason to bring constant improvement in our education system.
The 13th Book This is a continuation of the last article where I have shared six books for maths and logic under the following two categories. (Read the last article) (i) Evolution and History of Mathematics (ii) Mathematical and Logical Puzzles In this article, we will explore a few more books on maths and logic
The Analytics Book Club I cannot remember when I became a compulsive book reader. As a kid, I used to read mostly comic books. Then I missed the whole phase of teenage fiction books like The Hardy Boys, etc. I did read a few Agatha Christie novels in school and later in college but that