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algorithms

Transparent and understandable AI systems

From Interpretable AI by Ajay Thampi

Evolutionary Algorithms: genetic algorithms

From Grokking Artificial Intelligence Algorithms by Rishal Hurbans

What you’ll learn in this article:

§ The lifecycle of a genetic algorithm.

§ Designing and developing a genetic algorithm to solve problems.

§ The parameters for configuring a genetic algorithm lifecycle based on different scenarios, problems, and data sets.

Explaining MapReduce (with Ducks)

From Algorithms and Data Structures in Action, by Marcello La Rocca

This articles uses the example of a well-known family of animated ducks to explain MapReduce.

Exploring AI Algorithms

From Grokking Artificial Intelligence Algorithms by Rishal Hurbans

Data Compression with Huffman’s Algorithm

From Algorithms and Data Structures in Action by Marcello La Rocca

This article discusses Huffman’s Algorithm: what it is and what you can do with it.

Packing Your Knapsack for a Trip to Mars

From Algorithms and Data Structures in Action by Marcello La Rocca

You’ve been selected to be among the first people to colonize Mars! Now you have to pack the optimal amount of food to get the most calories per kilogram—how can algorithms help?

Expand Your Programming Skill Set

From Algorithms and Data Structures in Action by Marcello La Rocca


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The Computer Vision Pipeline, Part 2: input images

From Deep Learning for Vision Systems by Mohamed Elgendy

In this part, we will discuss the input images for computer vision systems.

The Random Cut Forest Algorithm

From Machine Learning for Business by Doug Hudgeon and Richard Nichol

In this article, you’ll see how SageMaker and the Random Cut Forest algorithm can be used to create a model that will highlight the invoice lines that Brett should query with the law firm. The result will be a repeatable process that Brett can apply to every invoice that will keep the lawyers working for his bank on their toes and will save the bank hundreds of thousands of dollars per year. Off we go!

The Towers of Hanoi

Six Questions for David Kopec, author of Classic Computer Science Problems in Python

David Kopec is Assistant Professor in computer science at Vermont’s Champlain College and author of two books in the Classic Problems series. If you want more, find @davekopec on Twitter.

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