Archive for January, 2018

  • artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning, chaos, reservoir computing, echo state network

    Introduction to Reservoir Computing #2 : The Oger Toolbox

    The Oger Toolbox The Oger toolbox is the most advanced library for Echo State Network-based Reservoir Computing. Unfortunetly, it is…

    by nschaetti
  • artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning, pytorch, python, gradient descent

    Introduction to pyTorch #1 : The gradient descent algorithm

    Introduction to pyTorch Deep-Learning has gone from breakthrough but mysterious field to a well known and widely applied technology. In…

    by nschaetti
  • artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning, artificial intelligence research

    A short history of Artificial Intelligence and Neural Network

    From Ancient Greece to Bletchley Park Artificial Intelligence is a scientific domain at the crossroads of several fields : computer science,…

    by nschaetti
  • artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning, chaos, reservoir computing, echo state network

    Introduction to Reservoir Computing (RNN) #1

    Introduction Recurrent Neural Networks (RNN) are networks of artificial neurons having one or several connection cycles. They form a discrete…

    by nschaetti
  • artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning, google home, virtual assistant

    Test du Google Home Mini (in French)

    Introduction Le marché des assistants personnels intelligents s’est développé avec la mise sur la marché d’équipement de domotique permettant d’y…

    by nschaetti
  • artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning, opinion mining, sklearn, natural language processing

    Opinion Mining of Twitter users with Sklearn

    Introduction Today we spend a large part of our time on social networks, blogs and other instant messaging services. Theses…

    by nschaetti
  • artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning, twitter, text analysis, textblob

    Tweet analysis with TextBlob and Tweepy

    Introduction Today, social networks are the biggest data sources available on the net and provide a wide range of contents…

    by nschaetti