MLOps is all about creating sustainability in machine learning. To maintain structure in this fast-paced field, you can try out Kedro, an open-source Python project that aims to help ML practitioners create modular, maintainable, and reproducible pipelines.
In this video, I’ll discuss my solution to the SIIM-ISIC Melanoma Classification Challenge hosted in Kaggle.
Today I will be taking a look at blood chemistry tests and COVID-19. I am trying to see associations of the different blood cell types when there is a SARS-COV-2 infection. I am joined with my friend Dr. Earl Tiu as I try to explain my findings to him. The data is sourced from Kaggle, […]
ACIIDS 2020, a top academic conference organized by King Monkut’s Institute of Technology, Thailand and Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland, was held completely online. From March 23 to March 25, professors and students from all over the world gathered in solidarity in front of their laptops for the advancement of science. Here’s […]
I had the opportunity to again host a Kaggle-like competition. Here is how I would have solved my own problem and how user’s preferences apply in e-commerce.
I’ve been tinkering with customer lifetime value modeling the past few days since the Olist dataset in Kaggle went up. In particular, I wanted to explore the tried and tested probabilistic models, BG/NBD and GammaGamma to forecast future purchases and profits. I also wanted to see if the machine learning approach could do well — […]
Join me in this roadtrip of different recommender algorithms.
Time for another vision blog. Here, I’ll talk about dogs. Humans can identify a dog from a cat well enough, but it’s a little harder to distinguish specific dog breeds. For instance, can you tell which is which in the following? Well, on the left is a Siberian Husky and on the right is an […]
With some data wizardry, here’s the TED Talks Network!
DOST organized a summer school tackling AI, machine learning and data science for researchers, teachers, graduate students and industry practitioners. I had the privilege of teaching the first module, Python programming.