Tag: clustering

A Human Journey

The true inspiration of AI ( Artificial Intelligence ) is the never ending quest to discover human himself, and the process of discovery can be to make something, which can enact with Human Intelligence. For examples lets recollect our journey as a kid, and how excited we were when we saw the wild animals. Filled…
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February 1, 2020 0

Understanding your customers through clustering – Explained in layman’s terms

Hello Datanerds, Hope everyone is doing good. As we start a fresh week, let’s make it productive by learning something new everyday. In this post, I am looking forward to explain unsupervised learning techniques in simple terms using a normal, day-to-day example. Hope you enjoy reading my article and if you have anything to take…
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August 2, 2019 0

K-means Clustering? Think first day of highschool.

It’s your first day at a new highschool. You enter the building and you’re excited, nervous, more importantly, alone. You’re just one example of many students who are feeling exactly the same. A couple of days in, you start having your first mini side talks here and there. You begin to test the water with…
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July 30, 2019 0

Clustering: Grouping Data to Single Out Results

The terminology of “data mining” is sort of a red herring as the quintessential focus is to mine relevant patterns and information from that data, rather than mine the data itself. This process of data mining is carried out in 3 stages: Pre-processing Data-mining Interpretation/Validation The above template is valid for most of the data…
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March 28, 2019 0

What are the limitations of deep learning?

There are a few on the top of my head: 1- Deep Learning usually requires more data to achieve higher accuracy than other ML models 2- It is very difficult to interpret the behavior of every layer once the network becomes a little deep. For example: in regression you can explain the effect of x1,…
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January 20, 2019 0