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Our top pick this week is The Launchpad's Machine Learning teams have a people problem about the thre
 

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June 19 · Issue #19 · View online
Curated essays about the future of Data Science. Production Data Science and learning resources for continuous learning. Covers Data Science, Data Engineering, MLOps & DataOps. Curated by people at https://nibble.ai/

Our top pick this week is The Launchpad’s Machine Learning teams have a people problem about the three biggest challenges startups face on their first year of building an AI/ML team.

Deep Learning for the Life Sciences
Deep Learning for the Life Sciences
Deep Learning for the Life Sciences
Adapted from the recently released O'Reilly book Deep Learning for the Life Sciences, one of its author (general partner at a16z) shares the three biggest questions the practitioner wanting to use AI in the life sciences should be thinking about. Here is the link to the article.
A recent, soon-to-be-classic example in pathology prediction was super high accuracy of tumor prediction from images, only later to be found that all of the images with tumors also showed rulers to measure the size of the tumor.
You can also listen to the podcast episode.
News
MLFlow 1.0 released! 🎉
Improved search features, batched logging of metrics, and much more. Learn more in the release blog.
PyTorch Hub beta
PyTorch just launched PyTorch Hub, a pre-trained model repository designed to facilitate research reproducibility.
Learning resources
Deep Learning models by Rashka
Sebastian Raschka, the author of Python Machine Learning from Packt Publishing recently release this amazing collection of notebooks that contain implementations of deep learning architectures in TensorFlow and PyTorch.
Detecting Bias with SHAP
Along with LIME, SHapley Additive exPlanations is one of most prominent techniques for Machine Learning model interpretability. This blog post uses the data from Stack Overflow latest developer survey and machine learning techniques to uncover bias within the data.
Tips for Training Stable Generative Adversarial Networks
GANs are notoriously hard to train, in this article, Jason from Machine Learning Mastery has compiled a list of empirical heuristics, tips and tricks to help you make them converge.
Bonus 🍪
I recently discovered the blog of Divam Gupta, research fellow at Microsoft Research. Interesting choice of topics and a good mix between introductory theory and practical code implementations. Take a look at:
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