## Deep Learning Series, P3: Understanding Recurrent Neural Networks

1. Why RNNs? Your smartphone predicting your next word when you are typing, Alexa understanding what you are saying or

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# Category: Basic Concepts

## Deep Learning Series, P3: Understanding Recurrent Neural Networks

## Deep Learning Series, P2: Understanding Convolutional Neural Networks

## Deep Learning Series, P1: Basics of Neural Networks and Understanding Gradient Descent

## How great products are made: Rules of Machine Learning by Google, a Summary

## Understanding Word Embeddings

## Time Series Forecasting, the easy way! Let’s analyze Microsoft’s stocks

## Understanding Decision Trees

## A dataset and a ML problem, what should you do? An end-to-end example with housing dataset from Kaggle

## Machine Learning Algorithms 101

## Introduction to Machine Learning

1. Why RNNs? Your smartphone predicting your next word when you are typing, Alexa understanding what you are saying or

Neural Networks come in many flavors and varieties. Convolutional Neural Networks (ConvNets or CNN) are one of the most well

This post consists of the following two sections: Section 1: Basics of Neural Networks Section 2: Understanding Backward Propagation and

Google recently published some nuggets of ML wisdom, i.e., their best practices in ML Engineering. I believe that everyone should

How is Google Translate able to understand text and convert it from one language to another? How do you make

Introduction Time series forecasting and understanding time based patterns have many important applications. However, it is a territory often left

Tree based algorithms are among the most common and best supervised Machine Learning algorithms. Decision Trees follow a human-like decision

In this post, we will deconstruct the basics of working with a dataset to solve ML problems. This first part

This blog post is for the newbies who want to quickly understand the basics of the most popular Machine Learning

What is Machine Learning? Machine Learning is the science of teaching computers to learn from data. In Arthur Samuel’s words: