Category: Computer Vision
Analyzing Diabetes Patterns amongst Indians, A Beginner’s Guide to Pearson’s Correlation Coefficient, Deep Learning in Cyber Security & Much More!
1. Juicing out the Diabetes Patterns amongst Indians using Machine Learning The data indicates an increase of 266% in the population of diabetics is going to be witnessed by developing countries. The score of the training model was a magnificent 100% which means it classified all the elements correctly as is evident as a result […]
1. Exclusive Interview with 2x Kaggle Master Gilles Vandewiele! “I think one of the nice things about the data science field is that it is so multi-disciplinary and that anyone who aspires to become a data scientist can do so.” – Gilles Vandewiele Golden words! As a beginner in data science, this quote gives me […]
There is an increasing demand for data science experts in different industries today. In this data-driven economy, it is only natural for data to be a valuable asset in the efficient working of an organization. However, finding a job in this sector requires you to have a set of certain skills and some solid educational […]
Introduction Computers are able to see, hear and learn. Welcome to the future. Dave Waters In this post, I want to talk about a computer vision use case, it’s called Content Based Image Retrieval or CBIR in short. In simple words, retrieving images relevant to the user needs from image databases on the basis of low-level visual features. Image […]