Our Favorite Posts Of Last Week (Aug 26, 2018)

Deep Learning Project Ideas

There are many great tutorials to get started with your deep learning career. However, you will learn the most from trying to build something yourself. Here are some common network architectures and how they are applied into different projects:
Link: https://towardsdatascience.com/deep-learning-project-ideas-1444c0e56cfa
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Liberal Bias Isn’t at Fault When Republicans Are Stupid

The era of Trump has made many in the political sphere believe that the old rules no longer apply, but too many Republicans are finding themselves in trouble because they can’t accept reality, and blame liberal bias for self-inflicted woes.
Link: https://www.redstate.com/sarah-rumpf/2018/08/23/liberal-bias-isnt-fault-republicans-stupid/
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Using collections in Python

The collections module in Python, provides solutions for multiple scenarios, that would be otherwise tricky to implement. Let’s see how the abstractions this module provides, come in handy when dealing with different kinds of problems.
Link: https://medium.com/bynder-tech/using-collections-in-python-36129737b5a1
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Deep Learning for NLP: An Overview of Recent Trends

In a timely new paper, Young and colleagues discuss some of the recent trends in deep learning based natural language processing (NLP) systems and applications.
Link: https://medium.com/dair-ai/deep-learning-for-nlp-an-overview-of-recent-trends-d0d8f40a776d
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