By the virtue of its ability to approximate any function(, ), Neural Network~(NN) based architectures have achieved massive success in learning complex input-output mappings from data. However, mere knowledge of the input-output mapping falls short on a lot of situations especially that need to integrate beliefs in the model or where data is limited. Bayesian … Continue reading The very Basics of Bayesian Neural Networks
Friends, Romans, Countrymen lend me your ear. Today I am gonna list my wishlist. These are the things that I would want to look back from later in future and say, "Kudos mate, I am so glad you did these things." instead of saying, "I wish I had done them.". These are the things that … Continue reading Things I want to do before I die
Hi there!! This post is supplementary to the presentation hosted here and all the codes can be found here. TensorFlow (TF) is an open-source numerical computation python library maintained by Google Inc. It has enabled long-standing powerful deep learning techniques accessible for both production and research. Owing to its strong community backing and flexible design it … Continue reading Interfacing Tensorflow to Noobs
Hi everyone, as a result of my desperate attempts to kick-off my life as some Artificial Intelligence (AI) researcher I present to you my most recent findings and endeavors on the lines of creating better AI. All views are mine and subjective. And please let me know if there is any room for improvement in … Continue reading Installing Experience into Artificially Intelligent Agents
It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words. But the question is can we make the image enough appealing to its beholder to grasp and digest those 1000 words. Image rendering to generate artificial yet realistic looking images is the field where ways are being devised to do so.
Well, you'll find a lot of motivational pieces of stuff in various books, magazines, and of course the internet. But I am going to write here about the thing that I feel is the most important to do during the preparation time, where the competition is neck to neck and no opponent is weak. The … Continue reading The key to win depends the extra mile you take
Hii everyone here. Today, I am going to write about the research project that I did at LATECE, UQAM during the summer of 2015. It was one of the most important experiences I have obtained so far in my life. Here I discuss why such a research is required to be done and its importance. … Continue reading Detection of antipatterns in Mobile Architectures and resolving them
Travelling to a new country having a different type of society has always lured me. Very fortunately, I didn't have to wait for very long. Last summer, I got the coveted internship offer from UQAM, Montreal under Mitacs Globalink Program. After my return to India, I was interviewed by SSMP. Here is the link to … Continue reading UQAM, Montreal:My first international work experience