Machine Learning as a Service – Anand Chitipothu

This talk is about creating a simple end interface for running your machine learning code. Anand is the co-founder of https://rorodata.com/ a Platform-as-a-Service, designed for data scientists, for running machine learning code. Machine learning libraries that were mentioned that I had not come across before: PyTorch – https://pytorch.org/ – a deep learning framework for fast, flexible experimentation. joblib – https://pypi.org/project/joblib/ – is a set […]

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PyCon UK 2018

I am lucky enough to be back at PyCon UK again this year, https://2018.pyconuk.org/.  Lots of talks, workshops and there are sprints to follow.  One of the most inclusive and friendly technical conferences I have ever attended, I am glad to be back again this year.  I will be adding write ups for the sessions I attend here: https://asset.blogs.bris.ac.uk/tag/pyconuk2018/

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Is it Shakespeare?

Using Python for authorship attribution in Renaissance drama A lecturer, Paul Brown, and a student, Katie Jones, present their exploration of analysing old plays in an automated fashion. The period of interest there are at least a 1/3 of which the authorship is unknown. A source of early plays online is the Early Book Online tool, https://eebo.chadwyck.com/home Not common to use […]

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