Predict the next word of your text using Long Short Term Memory (LSTM)

This article was published as a part of the Data Science Blogathon Introduction: https://sm.mashable.com/t/mashable_in/photo/default/shutterstock-1208129407_trm5.960.jpg Natural language processing has been an area of research and used widely in different applications. We often love texting each other and find that whenever we try to type a text a suggestion poops up trying to predict the next word we want to write. This process of prediction is one of the applications NLP deals with. We have made huge progress here and we can use […]

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Sentiment Analysis Using Bidirectional Stacked LSTM

This article was published as a part of the Data Science Blogathon Sentiment Analysis Sentiment Analysis is the process of finding the sentiments of the text data. Sentiment Analysis falls under the text classification in Natural Language Processing. Sentiment Analysis would help us to know our customer reviews better. A sentiment denotes any one of the following, Positive, Negative, and Neutral. When we analyze the negative reviews of our products we can easily use those reviews to surmount the problems […]

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Language Translation with Transformer In Python!

This article was published as a part of the Data Science Blogathon Introduction Natural Language Processing (NLP) is a field at the convergence of artificial intelligence, and linguistics. The aim is to make the computers understand real-world language or natural language so that they can perform tasks like Question Answering, Language Translation, and many more. NLP has lots of applications in different fields. 1. NLP enables the recognition and prediction of diseases based on electronic health records. 2. It is used […]

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Generate Questions from Movies!

This article was published as a part of the Data Science Blogathon Have you ever thought of generating questions from the SRT files of Movies? I don’t know if we can use this but it is pretty exciting when I came to know as a beginner that we can do that. What is SRT? In simple terms, the subtitles you see in Amazon Prime, Netflix, Hotstar, HBO, etc are saved in a text file with (.srt) extension with timestamps. The timestamp […]

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How to Update Neural Network Models With More Data

Deep learning neural network models used for predictive modeling may need to be updated. This may be because the data has changed since the model was developed and deployed, or it may be the case that additional labeled data has been made available since the model was developed and it is expected that the additional data will improve the performance of the model. It is important to experiment and evaluate with a range of different approaches when updating neural network […]

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Prediction Intervals for Deep Learning Neural Networks

Prediction intervals provide a measure of uncertainty for predictions on regression problems. For example, a 95% prediction interval indicates that 95 out of 100 times, the true value will fall between the lower and upper values of the range. This is different from a simple point prediction that might represent the center of the uncertainty interval. There are no standard techniques for calculating a prediction interval for deep learning neural networks on regression predictive modeling problems. Nevertheless, a quick and […]

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How to Develop a Neural Net for Predicting Disturbances in the Ionosphere

It can be challenging to develop a neural network predictive model for a new dataset. One approach is to first inspect the dataset and develop ideas for what models might work, then explore the learning dynamics of simple models on the dataset, then finally develop and tune a model for the dataset with a robust test harness. This process can be used to develop effective neural network models for classification and regression predictive modeling problems. In this tutorial, you will […]

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Difference Between Backpropagation and Stochastic Gradient Descent

Last Updated on February 1, 2021 There is a lot of confusion for beginners around what algorithm is used to train deep learning neural network models. It is common to hear neural networks learn using the “back-propagation of error” algorithm or “stochastic gradient descent.” Sometimes, either of these algorithms is used as a shorthand for how a neural net is fit on a training dataset, although in many cases, there is a deep confusion as to what these algorithms are, […]

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Weight Initialization for Deep Learning Neural Networks

Weight initialization is an important design choice when developing deep learning neural network models. Historically, weight initialization involved using small random numbers, although over the last decade, more specific heuristics have been developed that use information, such as the type of activation function that is being used and the number of inputs to the node. These more tailored heuristics can result in more effective training of neural network models using the stochastic gradient descent optimization algorithm. In this tutorial, you […]

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How to Develop a Neural Net for Predicting Car Insurance Payout

Developing a neural network predictive model for a new dataset can be challenging. One approach is to first inspect the dataset and develop ideas for what models might work, then explore the learning dynamics of simple models on the dataset, then finally develop and tune a model for the dataset with a robust test harness. This process can be used to develop effective neural network models for classification and regression predictive modeling problems. In this tutorial, you will discover how […]

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