Description : "A guide to programs currently available on video in the areas of movies/entertainment, general interest/education, sports/recreation, fine arts, health/science, business/industry, children/juvenile, how-to/instruction"--T.p.
Description : This unique book is a broad, clear presentation of artificial intelligence (AI) problem-solving techniques. It selects the most important among the well-defined algorithms and procedures in the field, explains them in plain language, and, where appropriate, provides ALGOL-like descriptions of them. Every technique is implemented in Prolog, a language that is quickly learned and allows for easy experimentation in a learning environment. The book includes complete source listings, and the software is available online. This book is ideal for hands-on courses in AI programming. It is also a useful primary or supplementary text in general introductory AI courses and a complete sourcebook for the practitioner.
Description : My passion for watching educational YouTube videos led me to create a YouTube channel named Frentran. Amidst my hectic academic schedule at school, I started uploading videos, and I have 60 videos to my credit. On suggestion from my uncle Dr. Gibson to turn the videos into a book, I started in January 2019 to write A Preteen Speaks on Science and Technology. This book covers a wide range of important branches of science, such as astronomy, aeronautics, atomic science, thermodynamics, modern physics and computer science. The 45 topics in the book will help you to understand various scientific concepts and technological advancements. This book will make complicated topics such as higher dimensions and antimatter easy to understand. It will give you a glimpse into the wonderful world of science and technology and inspire you to learn more about it,and the pictures in the book will give you a better understanding of the topics. The book will teach you the basics of computer science and artificial intelligence which are topics that are becoming increasingly important.
Description : The O'Reilly Artificial Intelligence Conference San Jose 2019 was some of the world's top AI practitioners sharing their AI passion and AI knowledge with thousands of attendees. It was Uber AI Lab's Kenneth Stanley illuminating the future of AI with his talk about open-endedness learning. It was Danny Lange (Unity Technologies) on game environments that test the capabilities of AI-trained agents; Yi Zhang (University of California, Santa Cruz) on chatbots and the nearness of true conversational computing; and Hagay Lupesko (Facebook) on the challenges of mega-scale, deep learning-based personalization modeling. In short, AI San Jose 2019 was a mind-blower and this video compilation gives you access to virtually all of it with hours of material to peruse, study, and absorb on your own schedule. Highlights include: Complete video recordings of the best of AI San Jose 2019's keynote addresses, deep dive tutorials, and technical sessions. Keynote addresses from AI thought leaders such as Andrew Feldman (Cerebras Systems), Sahika Genc (AWS DeepRacer/SageMaker RL), and Mike Jordan (UC Berkeley). Unrestricted access to the exclusive AI Business Summit's executive briefings, best practice sessions, and tutorials led by AI business pros such as Michael Radwin (Intuit), Bahman Bahmani (Rakuten), Mayukh Bhaowal (Salesforce Einstein), Yael Gozin (Pfizer), and James Manyika (McKinsey & Company). Deep dive tutorials, including Jason Dai (Intel) on building deep learning apps for big data with the Analytics Zoo AI platform; Chaoran Yu (Lightbend) on doing machine learning (ML) with Kafka-based streaming pipelines; and Justina Petraityte (Rasa) on developing intelligent AI assistants based entirely on ML with open source Rasa NLU and Rasa Core. Sessions devoted to AI Implementation, such as Anuradha Gali (Uber) on using AI to leverage 15 million trips a day on the Uber platform; Roshan Sumbaly (Facebook) on connecting the dots between the software engineering and ML development worlds; Paige Bailey's (Google) on TensorFlow 2.0's new features; and Alex Ratner (Snorkel) on building and managing training datasets for ML with open source Snorkel. Sessions focused on AI Models & Methods, including Lukas Biewald (Weights & Biases) review of how to use Keras to classify text with LSTMs and other ML techniques; and Francesca Lazzeri (Microsoft) on using AutoML to automate ML model selection and hyperparameter tuning. Dozens of how-to-do-it sessions detailing the tec...
Description : Offers a collection of articles which discuss the causes, symptoms, health and psychological effects, and treatments of eating disorders, and provides a directory of facilities and programs designed to help people with these disorders.
Description : Classifier systems play a major role in machine learning and knowledge-based systems, and Ross Quinlan's work on ID3 and C4.5 is widely acknowledged to have made some of the most significant contributions to their development. This book is a complete guide to the C4.5 system as implemented in C for the UNIX environment. It contains a comprehensive guide to the system's use , the source code (about 8,800 lines), and implementation notes. C4.5 starts with large sets of cases belonging to known classes. The cases, described by any mixture of nominal and numeric properties, are scrutinized for patterns that allow the classes to be reliably discriminated. These patterns are then expressed as models, in the form of decision trees or sets of if-then rules, that can be used to classify new cases, with emphasis on making the models understandable as well as accurate. The system has been applied successfully to tasks involving tens of thousands of cases described by hundreds of properties. The book starts from simple core learning methods and shows how they can be elaborated and extended to deal with typical problems such as missing data and over hitting. Advantages and disadvantages of the C4.5 approach are discussed and illustrated with several case studies. This book should be of interest to developers of classification-based intelligent systems and to students in machine learning and expert systems courses.