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Siraj Raval
On a mission to help eliminate human disease by the end of this century. AI Educator | Youtuber | Author | Serial Entrepreneur | Founded
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Siraj Raval 2h
To use "Artificial Intelligence", you need algorithms, computing, data, & education. Although most data is locked away by various institutions, fortunately this site has 3667 free health datasets you can use for your next project, check it out!
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Siraj Raval 12h
“Wherever the mind wanders, restless & diffuse in its search for satisfaction without, lead it within; train it to rest in the Self. Abiding joy comes to those who still the mind. Freed from the taint of self-will, with consciousness unified, they become one”- Gita, on meditation
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Siraj Raval 24h
2 common Machine Learning terms are 'cross entropy' & 'KL-Divergence', both used for optimization. To date, this is still the best explanation i've ever seen of these concepts. Shoutout to Aurelien Geron!
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Siraj Raval Jan 21
The Pharmaceutical industry needs to be upgraded big time, and ML is the perfect tool to do that. In this episode, I'll explain how you can use Insilio Medicine's recently open sourced DeepRL library to generate novel drugs seamlessly.
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Siraj Raval Jan 20
Graph networks have been around for 10 years, but its only now that we're seeing them being applied to some really cool problems. I'll help you decide which library to use to build your own between PyTorch Geometric,Deep Graph, & Graph Nets.
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Siraj Raval Jan 19
Advances in generative modeling like DeepFakes & StyleGAN2 are going to become one-click solutions soon. When machine-generated internet personalities go mainstream, the human aspects of being a creator (humility, authenticity, novelty, vulnerability) will matter even more.
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Siraj Raval Jan 18
This web demo shows how photorealistic the outputs of the StyleGAN2 model are. . It's very accurately able to learn the input data distribution. I bet it could also be used as a rapid experimentation tool for drug discovery!
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Siraj Raval Jan 17
Have you ever encountered a research paper with a paywall? Just type the URL into Sci-Hub to get free access to it . Shoutout to Alexandra Elbakyan, the pirate Queen of academic papers for helping make research publicly available!
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Siraj Raval Jan 16
Want to work on a meaningful side project? This huge list of health datasets is a great place to start. Create DNA visualizations, build an automated diagnosis app, use NLP to generate treatment plans, you're only limited by your imagination!
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Siraj Raval Jan 15
We’re going to have to help end human disease using machine learning. That’s the end goal of this technology, not AGI. I will pull every lever I’ve got to that end before my last breath. 2 videos next week; drug engineering & graph networks for diagnostics
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Siraj Raval Jan 14
I'm becoming really interested in graph networks, and the Deep Graph Library is the best way i've found to get started building and understanding the theory behind them. This is so sick! Check it out
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Siraj Raval Jan 13
What happens when a deep learning classifier encounters an out-of-distribution data point? Often times a misclassification, & this can be a deadly error in Medicine. In this episode, I explain some recent work by Google that mitigates this
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Siraj Raval Jan 12
It's time for my annual AI report! This 12 minute video is absolutely packed with information about the hottest tools, research papers, and research directions for 2020.
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Siraj Raval Jan 10
This is Rama. Rama was an ancient King born 5114 BC. Rama went through a series of massive betrayals up until he died (exiled, swindled, heart-broken, ridiculed) but despite it all, never became bitter or vengeful. Rama always sought ways he could help people. Be like Rama.
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Siraj Raval Jan 9
How to learn Machine Learning in 2020 1. Pick a real-world problem to solve 2. Go to 3. Find & read a related paper 4. Experiment with the code 5. Find explainer content for any new concepts you find 6. Develop & share your project for feedback 7. Repeat
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Siraj Raval Jan 9
AI researcher goals in 2020
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Siraj Raval Jan 8
Distill's articles are so high quality, but I especially love this one on Gaussian Processes (GPs). It's the simplest explanation I've found, GPs are also great tools to study why neural networks make decisions.
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Siraj Raval Jan 7
I have 2 videos dropping next week; AI in 2020 & Neural Tangents. In the 1st, I'll make predictions based on the most exciting research topics at NeurIPS 2019. And in the 2nd, we're going to dive into the math of explainability. I didn't choose the AI life, the AI life chose me.
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Siraj Raval Jan 7
Do you even CRISPR? This was my first attempt at CRISPRing and I did it in a million dollar virtual lab for free thanks to Labster! Join me as I attempt to reverse a cancerous process on a plate of skin cells
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Siraj Raval Jan 6
I've compiled a study guide for beginners (like myself) to learn Synthetic Biology! Join me on my learning journey, I'll share my guide in this video as well as breakdown why I chose the various free resources.
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