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A Girl Name Frankie

Deep Learning by Ian Goodfellow, Yoshua Bengio, Aaron Courville

Read online here:

The current "definitive" book on Deep Learning in AI, which is all the rage these days -- though it's a bit erratic and uneven.

For the uninitiated, the term Deep Learning is a combination of a public relations marketing gimmick and rebrading of the field of Artificial Neural Networks, that came about when some very skilled engineers started squeezing out best-in-class performance from neural network models of a particular type warranting the term "Deep Learning", only to later realize that the specific "deep" architectures were not important to performance.  Rather than give up the fame and viral nature of the new term they just decided to re-brand the entire field of Artificial Neural Networks with the new catchy, and now quite misleading, term. Shrug.  The public relations effort and avarice is depressing, but the results and serious focus on maximizing performance are still impressive.

I have always liked goosebump and I am re reading most of them. Enjoying my life . in my spare time! :)

I am taking very seriously english learning.
so, some months ago, I am trying to read in english.
My first experience :

Lolita by Nubokov ( I dislike)
The second : The picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde ( I dislike)
The road by Cormac McCarthy ( a terrible experience for me , but i likes. Only I need to read in spanish first because of the trama, then in english to try to understand better)
The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao. I am reading now. If I don't feel comfortable in english firs i read in spanish. Seems a very good book.


P.d. I hope learn better english and be able to express adequately ....


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-Perry Mowbray (November 09, 2009, 07:48 AM)
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have you tried this ?

a very interesting program to take decisions...


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