The 7 Steps of Machine Learning

How can we tell if a drink is beer or wine? Machine learning, of course! In this episode of Cloud AI Adventures, Yufeng walks through the 7 steps involved in applied machine learning.

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30 comments

  1. COUNTER STRIKE MY LAST STRIKE !!! says:

    it doesn’t really feel artificial intelligence. ..it should have its own choice and perceptions but here we are feeding data to make it answer what we already know is the answer. .it doesn’t really solve our doubts…it can only solve the problems that are already being solved..👎

  2. ed z says:

    MACHINE LEARNING WILL LEARN TO PROGRAMM ON ITS OWN THEN ALL PROGRAMMERS WILL BE MAKING $7 PER HOUR AND IN THE POOR HOUSE VERY SOON

  3. binobsp8 says:

    Very informative video. Thanks for explaining a fairly complicated subject in a simple explanation that makes sense

  4. Name Last Name says:

    good job at copying apple’s presentation style. no more fat dandruff infected developers in motorhead t-shirts doing “funny” ping pong dialogues.. btw.. are you sure it’s not gorillas this time?

  5. Amarnath Kothapalli says:

    Does the process remain the same when the data is already available? For example, where does data exploration and feature creation comes in to play ? Will it be part of data preparation stage to ensure that we have the right features before we start the training

  6. Nimit Gupta says:

    Lol, He is using linear regression for predicting categorical variables I.e. Beer and Wine. Instead, he has to use either logistic regression, or ensemble techniques like Decision tree, Random forest or Gradient Boosting.

  7. Jesper says:

    for people who are looking to get into deep-learning. take a look a tensorflow, it is a library for python and it makes designing and training a neural net very easy. i am 13 and even i have made a speech-recognition algorithm for my AI-assistant (much like google home)

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