The future of work is usually associated with two scenarios. Pessimists emphasize fears of possible unemployment, and optimists see it as a new set of jobs. However, what they both agree on is that the form of work will depend on technological progress.Photo by: Robynne HuOver the last two hundred years, technologies have continuously changed the way we work. A steam engine, … [Read more...] about What trends will shape the future of work in the 21st Century?
Here comes what you have been looking for!!!!!An end to end explained, beginner-friendly simple linear regression model using Scikit-learn .I have done my best to explain even minute details to make this article comprehensible for every one.FIRST AND FORMOST LET ME GIVE YOU A QUICK UNDERSTANDING ABOUT SCIKIT-LEARN :SciKit-learn is probably the most useful library for machine … [Read more...] about Machine Learning in Python: Building a Simple Linear Regression Model using SciKit-Learn.
Weekly newsletter that discusses impactful ML research papers, cool tech releases, the money in AI, and real-life implementations.The Sequence Scope is a summary of the most important published research papers, released technology and startup news in the AI ecosystem in the last week. This compendium is part of TheSequence newsletter. Data scientists, scholars, and developers … [Read more...] about The Sequence Scope: Is There a Buddle in the Feature Store Market?
Since Artificial Intelligence (AI) algorithms have become popularized, especially by their employment in some of entertainment and social media’s most popular products or since they can rather successfully drive cars, they have come under public scrutiny like never before. People from all sorts of fields are, no doubted under the influence of celebrity scientists talking about … [Read more...] about Artificial Intelligence And Learning
by Sagar PapnejaDuring an 8:00 am Economics lecture in my MBA course, one of my friends sat half asleep in the first row. The professor asked him a question, and even without having any clue about the answer, he just blurted “Profit Maximization”. “Correct”, said the professor, and moved on!After all, that one term seemed to be the default correct answer for every question in … [Read more...] about AI & ML in education: Real-life use cases