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Thoughts From Your Humble Curators

Hey Hey! We are back. This issue we brings you two interesting stories:

  • The Nvidia Turing architecture - how much would it affect deep learning?
  • Tensorflow 2.0 - what is the major change? How would that affect you?

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Also this from Techcrunch: Artificial Intelligence Continues Its Fundraising Tear In 2018

For a counter view, check out this piece on Quanergy Systems and how they lost its ways.

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Member's Question

"You know more than Silicon Valley Engineers"

(Original Link) Question: (Excerpt and rewritten) At the end of the lecture 3 of Ng's Machine Learning Coursera Course, Andrew says that "if you understood what you have done so far in the course, you know much more than many of the Silicon Valley engineers that are having a lot of success" . Is it actually true?

Answer: (By Arthur) You might be around 5 years ago - that was the time machine learning was more an esoteric topic. At then, it is true that general programmers and engineers lack of basic understanding of ML concepts such as under/over-fitting, metric-driven development.

Translate to now though, you should be aware that machine learning became a mainstream topic and general CS major knows quite well ML works. You are competing with many young bright minds on your knowledge of machine learning now.

So I would probably say, given what you know so far until Lecture 3, "you have good basic understanding of machine learning". You have a good start, but my guess you still have things to learn.

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