What is Machine Learning


What is Machine Learning? Machine learning, is just another way of writing programs. A program can be represented by an input, a set of rules or statements (the program) and an outcome. The traditional way of writings software is to recollect the behavior of the system from the users, and write the rules that matches this behavior. For most problems this works well, but for some other it’s really hard.…
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Broken window


from wikipedia: The broken windows theory is a criminological theory that states that visible signs of crime, anti-social behavior, and civil disorder create an urban environment that encourages further crime and disorder. Basically is a way of saying that if there is a show of bad habit in a group, it will spread and go deeper. Why? easy! If I have to do an effort to do an effort to makke things properly, For example once I finished my card, I know that I should is to refactor the code so it’s clear for next person.…
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Lottery Ticket Hypothesis


The lottery ticket hypothesis says: A randomly initialized, dense neural network contains a sub-network that is initialized such that, when trained in isolation, can match the test accuracy of the original network after training for at most the same number of iterations. This hypothesis can be used for Network pruning, by doing the following. Train the big network Detect the sub-network of the lottery ticket, we can do that by pruning, once pruned we will have a smaller network but our accuracy would have also decreased Get the random initialized values for the subnetwork.…
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