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Every Modern Processor is Vulnerable to Meltdown and/or Spectre

This week, details have emerged on serious flaws in processors that allows hackers to steal sensitive data, including passwords and banking information. The vulnerabilities – dubbed  582 more words

Security

Egg Detection using an SVM

With the lizard hatching season underway I’m starting to get some meaningful data from my Incubator Monitor I blogged about earlier in the year.

To extend the project and to try some machine learning techniques in the “real world” I decided to add a feature where it could keep track of which eggs have hatched and detect a second egg hatching.   1,162 more words

IoT

Cycling Data Science - building models

In the previous blog, I explored the structure of a data set of summary statistics from over 800 rides recorded on my Garmin device. The K-means algorithm was an example of unsupervised learning that identified clusters of similar observations without using any identifying labels. 785 more words

Cycling

numpy vectorized way to change multiple rows of array(rows can be repeated)

I run into this problem when implementing the vectorized svm gradient for cs231n assignment1.
here is an example:

ary = np.array([,
                ,
                ])
ary[] += np.ones((2,2),dtype='int')
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Python

SVM - Applications in Python - Part 4

In this post we will finally run our data through an SVM. We are continuing with the code of Rohit Shankar. In the last post we found the best parameters for our model. 563 more words

Tutorial

SVM - Applications in Python - Part 3

In this post we will finally run our data through an SVM. We are continuing with the code of Rohit Shankar. First we will split the data into the training set and testing set and separate the classes from their predictors: 521 more words

Tutorial

Who wrote this text? Authorship attribution with SVM

Authorship attribution is the task of detecting who has written a certain text. As a famous example, researchers unmasked crime writer Robert Galbraith in fact to be J.K. 1,452 more words

Python