One of the most interesting advancements in natural language processing is the idea of attention networks. They've been used successfully in translation services, medical diagnosis, and other tasks.
Two modern day buzzwords are AI and cyber security. Surprisingly, they're not discussed together often. However, in the current startup landscape, there are efforts to integrate the two, both by black hat and white hat hackers.
Over the past several years, Scratch has seen nothing but explosive growth, and in fact is listed as the 29th most popular programming language. However, this growth wasn't without challenges.
As I continue my daily hacking, I sometimes like to take a side course to learn a new field or topic. One of them is Andrew Ng's Sequence Model class. Below I'll be sharing some of the lessons taught in the class.
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