48 episodes

Machine learning audio course, teaching the fundamentals of machine learning and artificial intelligence. It covers intuition, models (shallow and deep), math, languages, frameworks, etc. Where your other ML resources provide the trees, I provide the forest. Consider MLG your syllabus, with highly-curated resources for each episode's details at ocdevel.com. Audio is a great supplement during exercise, commute, chores, etc.

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Machine learning audio course, teaching the fundamentals of machine learning and artificial intelligence. It covers intuition, models (shallow and deep), math, languages, frameworks, etc. Where your other ML resources provide the trees, I provide the forest. Consider MLG your syllabus, with highly-curated resources for each episode's details at ocdevel.com. Audio is a great supplement during exercise, commute, chores, etc.

    MLG 001 Introduction

    MLG 001 Introduction

    Show notes: ocdevel.com/mlg/1. MLG teaches the fundamentals of machine learning and artificial intelligence. It covers intuition, models, math, languages, frameworks, etc. Where your other ML resources provide the trees, I provide the forest. Consider MLG your syllabus, with highly-curated resources for each episode's details at ocdevel.com. Audio is a great supplement during exercise, commute, chores, etc. MLG, Resources Guide Dept Agency Gnothi (podcast project): website, Github What is this podcast? "Middle" level overview (deeper than a bird's eye view of machine learning; higher than math equations) No math/programming experience required Who is it for
    Anyone curious about machine learning fundamentals Aspiring machine learning developers Why audio?
    Supplementary content for commute/exercise/chores will help solidify your book/course-work What it's not
    News and Interviews: TWiML and AI, O'Reilly Data Show, Talking machines Misc Topics: Linear Digressions, Data Skeptic, Learning machines 101 iTunesU issues Planned episodes
    What is AI/ML: definition, comparison, history Inspiration: automation, singularity, consciousness ML Intuition: learning basics (infer/error/train); supervised/unsupervised/reinforcement; applications Math overview: linear algebra, statistics, calculus Linear models: supervised (regression, classification); unsupervised Parts: regularization, performance evaluation, dimensionality reduction, etc Deep models: neural networks, recurrent neural networks (RNNs), convolutional neural networks (convnets/CNNs) Languages and Frameworks: Python vs R vs Java vs C/C++ vs MATLAB, etc; TensorFlow vs Torch vs Theano vs Spark, etc

    • 9 min
    MLG 002 What is AI, ML, DS

    MLG 002 What is AI, ML, DS

    Show notes at ocdevel.com/mlg/2
    Updated! Skip to [00:29:36] for Data Science (new content) if you've already heard this episode.
    What is artificial intelligence, machine learning, and data science? What are their differences? AI history.
    Hierarchical breakdown: DS(AI(ML)). Data science: any profession dealing with data (including AI & ML). Artificial intelligence is simulated intellectual tasks. Machine Learning is algorithms trained on data to learn patterns to make predictions.
    Artificial Intelligence (AI) - Wikipedia Oxford Languages: the theory and development of computer systems able to perform tasks that normally require human intelligence, such as visual perception, speech recognition, decision-making, and translation between languages.
    AlphaGo Movie, very good!
    Sub-disciplines
    Reasoning, problem solving Knowledge representation Planning Learning Natural language processing Perception Motion and manipulation Social intelligence General intelligence Applications
    Autonomous vehicles (drones, self-driving cars) Medical diagnosis Creating art (such as poetry) Proving mathematical theorems Playing games (such as Chess or Go) Search engines Online assistants (such as Siri) Image recognition in photographs Spam filtering Prediction of judicial decisions Targeting online advertisements Machine Learning (ML) - Wikipedia Oxford Languages: the use and development of computer systems that are able to learn and adapt without following explicit instructions, by using algorithms and statistical models to analyze and draw inferences from patterns in data.
    Data Science (DS) - Wikipedia Wikipedia: Data science is an interdisciplinary field that uses scientific methods, processes, algorithms and systems to extract knowledge and insights from noisy, structured and unstructured data, and apply knowledge and actionable insights from data across a broad range of application domains. Data science is related to data mining, machine learning and big data.
    History Greek mythology, Golums First attempt: Ramon Lull, 13th century Davinci's walking animals Descartes, Leibniz 1700s-1800s: Statistics & Mathematical decision making
    Thomas Bayes: reasoning about the probability of events George Boole: logical reasoning / binary algebra Gottlob Frege: Propositional logic 1832: Charles Babbage & Ada Byron / Lovelace: designed Analytical Engine (1832), programmable mechanical calculating machines 1936: Universal Turing Machine
    Computing Machinery and Intelligence - explored AI! 1946: John von Neumann Universal Computing Machine 1943: Warren McCulloch & Walter Pitts: cogsci rep of neuron; Frank Rosemblatt uses to create Perceptron (-> neural networks by way of MLP) 50s-70s: "AI" coined @Dartmouth workshop 1956 - goal to simulate all aspects of intelligence. John McCarthy, Marvin Minksy, Arthur Samuel, Oliver Selfridge, Ray Solomonoff, Allen Newell, Herbert Simon
    Newell & Simon: Hueristics -> Logic Theories, General Problem Solver Slefridge: Computer Vision NLP Stanford Research Institute: Shakey Feigenbaum: Expert systems GOFAI / symbolism: operations research / management science; logic-based; knowledge-based / expert systems 70s: Lighthill report (James Lighthill), big promises -> AI Winter 90s: Data, Computation, Practical Application -> AI back (90s)
    Connectionism optimizations: Geoffrey Hinton: 2006, optimized back propagation Bloomberg, 2015 was whopper for AI in industry AlphaGo & DeepMind

    • 1 hr 4 min
    MLG 003 Inspiration

    MLG 003 Inspiration

    Show notes at ocdevel.com/mlg/3. Why should you care about AI? Inspirational topics about economic revolution, the singularity, consciousness, and fear.

    • 18 min
    MLG 004 Algorithms - Intuition

    MLG 004 Algorithms - Intuition

    Overview of machine learning algorithms. Infer/predict, error/loss, train/learn. Supervised, unsupervised, reinforcement learning. ocdevel.com/mlg/4 for notes and resources

    • 22 min
    MLG 005 Linear Regression

    MLG 005 Linear Regression

    Introduction to the first machine-learning algorithm, the 'hello world' of supervised learning - Linear Regression ocdevel.com/mlg/5 for notes and resources

    • 33 min
    MLG 006 Certificates & Degrees

    MLG 006 Certificates & Degrees

    Discussion on certificates and degrees from Udacity to a Masters degree. ocdevel.com/mlg/6 for notes and resources

    • 15 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
701 Ratings

701 Ratings

Ashish - Poland ,

Learn from practitioner, not from scientist

Don’t learn from Mathematicians, but learn from someone who is applying it or can help you visualize in your brain.

You are doing great Tyler! Continue this or even speed up and add more topics on AI ML

mysticindian ,

SAS VIYA

Excellent job!! Kudos. Simple and yet laden with clear and precise explanation. Can you please cover SAS VIYA? Widely used, but don’t think you have covered so far.

moe0360 ,

General explanation

I would give him 5 star. This guy is one of the best story telling. He explain the complicated word or topic before you ask you self the meaning of that word that mentioned in the podcast.

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