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AI (Artificial Intelligence) is a branch of computer science concerned with creating human-like intelligence in machines (including perception, learning, problem solving and decision making).

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LSTM DEPLOYMENT

I am new to this but I need to deploy LSTM MODEL on Robotic Arm for my project can anyone kindly guide me as I have trained my model and tested it I just need to know how to deploy it?
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Generation time in stable cascade vs stable diffusion

According to the docs, Stable Cascade is meant to be faster than SD due to its architecture. However, when trying out using Python on my local machine, the results seem to be opposite. I am using a ...
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TCN vs CNN models

I can't understand the difference between the two architectures. The TCN should consist in 1D convolutions over layers of neurons, and in this way it gather some info from a time series. The biggest ...
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stabilityai/stable-cascade vs runwayml/stable-diffusion-v1-5

What are the major differences in these text-to-image AI models: stabilityai/stable-cascade runwayml/stable-diffusion-v1-5 in terms of architecture and performance?
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What are tools and lesson do I need to make an AI drone?

Recently, I've been exploring AI drones online, and I've conceptualized an exciting idea: creating an advanced automated AI drone. This drone would be capable of flight controlled through text ...
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Best way to achieve High throughput with ChatGPT (and LLMs in general) APIs

I was wondering what the best way is to perform API calls to ChatGPT, and in general, with LLMs API providers, to achieve the highest throughput in a batch inference context. Suppose you have 1000 ...
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Image Generation Models

I am looking for a list of different image generation models and how I can test them? For example: DALL-E (accessible via ChatGPT4) Stable Diffusion (open source) CLIP? - but idk how to access/test it....
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Medical Predictive AI Model, Calibration Curve axes representation order

When representing calibration curves in a medical setting, usually they are represented the way they are in assays for lab analyses, where concentration analogue to "Fraction of Positives" ...
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graph neural networks for molecular embeddings

I want to extract the embeddings from various graph neural network designed for small molecules. I want to know does the model need to be trained to do the same. Or should be extract the layer in ...
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Implementing Fuzzy Matching and NLP for Transaction Classification

I’m a trainee at a fintech startup, and I’m working on a project that involves classifying transactions using Natural Language Processing (NLP) and fuzzy matching techniques. The main goal is to ...
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Find closest color class to an RGB value

I have a module that estimates the color of an object and returns an RGB value in this format: (40, 48, 68) which corresponds to this color: Now I have to classify ...
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What ML model is best suited for an intelligent search assistant?

I'm working on my thesis project, and want to make an intelligent search assistant that understands context and, of course, processes and repsonds in natural languaje. The data I want to train this ...
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Details about Pre-existing knowledge database in RAG for LLMs

In RAG, As part of retriever model- we are retrieving the relevant information from external knowledge source (i.e. vector database) and this database is always updating with new updates. In ...
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How to Detect and Identify German Compound Words in a Text using Python

I would like to know if there is any python libraries or packages available which can help me detect and extract German compound words. I took a look at nltk and spacy packages and they don't seem to ...
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Prediction with optional parameters

I want to build a machine learning model that has 25 input feature and two labels (my problem is a regression task if it makes any difference), to my knowledge since I have two labels I need two ...
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Implementing Dropout in Keras

I think I am not conceptually understanding "Dropout" in neural networks. I was under the assumption that a keep rate of 0.8 would set 20% of all the neurons to 0 for each training example. ...
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Some questions from a noob - Chat bot

I'm a T-SQL and .NET developer but I need to understand some basis about a data science / ml project. I would like to know the guidelines and be directed to the right topics about the steps that need ...
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eXplainable Artificial Intelligence (XAI). Need help building a XAI model to explain the results of an IDS classifier

I need some help building a XAI model with Keras to explain the results of an MLP working as an IDS. I have resarched about XAI but the only thing I find is small portions of code that just use ...
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How does fine-tuning work in question answering for custom documents

I am trying to build a Q&A bot for which I have a bunch of documents like articles (specific domain). I understand I can create a Retrieval-Augmented Generation (RAG) system for this, but I want to ...
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Hosting Models on a Serverless-like format, AWS specific but not exclusively

Similar question here Deploy ML Model on AWS, but more detail provided below: If I understand correctly, models such as llama and stable diffusion, are all types of Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs). ...
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How to create AI voice generator for fantasy language?

I have a "fantasy language" (a conlang), which has a very simple pronunciation system. Every letter represents one sound, as opposed to English, where you can have the same sound with ...
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What distribution-shift datasets exist for ML?

What datasets there are which contain a (labelled) distribution shift or which distribution-shifted datasets share classes? Currently I have found some interesting results using CIFAR10 and the ...
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Any ideas on how to generate code based NLU Data

I am working on a Generative AI project. I wish to explore stuff possible using "Code inputs". ...
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How was the token library constructed for ChatGPT / other GPT systems?

I have found literally hundreds of articles on Google with titles like 'What are tokens and how to use them,' but haven't been able to find any information at all on how the token libraries themselves ...
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Training GPT Model with Swagger Documents, Need Help with Model Fit

We are currently developing an application that performs actions based on user input using 'gpt-3.5-turbo-0613'. For example, if a user enters the prompt "create a user with the name Potter and ...
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Looking for a couple of ideas please

I’ve got some data by postal zone that includes: Postal zone code Average rent value per square foot Brand affinity 1 Brand affinity 2 Brand affinity 3 Brand affinity 4 …and so on The brand affinity ...
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Study data science at university [closed]

Is it a waste to study data science in university, despite the advancement of artificial intelligence and automation of analysis? regards
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What is wrong with my neural network

I have been trying to code a neural network for the last couple of days. I have come pretty far, but i am super stuck right now and am looking for some help to make progress. I have the feeling my ...
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Data Preparation for next word prediction

In most places, I have seen that when preparing the training data and label for next-word prediction from the corpus one uses a fixed window size say of length 4, and then scans the subsequences of ...
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Does OpenAI and ChatGPT use Scikit Learn?

Scikit Learn is Python's go-to open source package for running common AI and machine learning algorithms. Does OpenAI and its product ChatGPT use or rely on Scikit Learn on its back-end at all? If not,...
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Where does AI/ML theories come into play when nowadays the AI libraries already so powerful?

I've read up posts so-call for beginning ML, claiming you need linear algebra, statistics, complicated optimization to just getting start in ML/AI. And on top of these, there comes the ML/AI ...
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How to train AI to recognize a Snapchat's bitmoji's gender

I would like to enable my Python script to get a vague idea of a bitmoji's gender. I found these two git repositories that are able to differentiate between them. How would I use them to have my ...
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How to include information about labels in a multilabel classification task

Currently, I'm working on a multilabel classification problem for a shared task in NLP. I have quite a few labels, and with those labels, I have a little paragraph defining them. I was wondering if ...
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how to predict most frequent purchased item in e-commerce?

i have the following dataset: witch its market transaction dataset and i need to predict the most frequent purchased items based on transaction history, for example: if sara bought milk and cookies ...
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information retrieval vs recommendation system

Apologizes in advance, if this question is so basic, Problem: I have read this paper and noticed that Information Retrieval can be identified as a field of study whereas Recommender Systems are a ...
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Is there meta-cognition in machine learning algorithms? [closed]

I have very little knowledge about machine learning, but I'm wondering if some neural networks have in-built abilities to gauge their own ability to learn and their improvement, taking this as a ...
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Does Field of View in Camera affects the performance of Keypoint detection and semantic segmentation model?

I have two cameras to capture images for training keypoint detection and semantic segmentation model. One camera has smaller field of view and the other has larger field of view. Let's say, I capture ...
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Does Google Document AI Form Parser learn from Human In The Loop?

I've just started using Document AI's Form Parser Processor to extract fields from some forms I have. They are about 40 pages long, always follow the same format, and generally seem pretty easy to ...
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How to exercise Quality Assurance Engineering principles to Artificial Intelligence systems?

In deterministic (software) systems we have a set of business requirements and ideally, given enough resources, such a system can be fully defined of which are the expected outputs for each inputs or ...
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Techniques for classification AI with sparse labels

I want to create an AI to classify images with a large set of labels (1000+ labels). However, the labels in the data set are correct but each image is not fully labelled. This means that each image's ...
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getting actual concepts value instead of its URI in ontology

I am using owl ontology for semantic analysis in emotional sentiment analysis project , I am trying to navigate the ontology to check a concepts and its relation , my ontology has classes like this : <...
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Using large files in a OVHcloud AI notebook

I’m trying to train an artificial intelligence model on OVHCloud AI Notebooks with the Common Voice’s dataset from Mozilla. The problem is that this database has a 70 GB size. I have tried to download ...
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skip gram vector representation

I am using SVM for sentiment analysis project , I want to use n-skip gram for vector representation because I need to keep the semantic meaning between words , so I need to make vectors that belongs ...
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How to learn machine learning in C?

I want to learn machine learning but I am more comfortable in C than python (also my pc is little slow), I tried to search but there are no tutorial or documentation for C. So, where can I start? Can ...
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Artificial Intelligence trends and topics

I was wondering if there are websites with which to stay constantly updated on the latest trends or topics on disruptive applications in artificial intelligence. I usually read scientific publications ...
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How to extract numerical information from text descriptions

I have an attribute that is the description of an operation (i.e description of a building consent), I need to translate this to a mathematical operation. I need to find out the new number of dwelling ...
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Soft actor-critic reinforcement learning for 100x100 maze environment

I am doing a project which requires a soft actor-critic reinforcement learning agent to learn how to reach a goal in a 100x100 maze environment as the one below: The state space is discrete and only ...
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More training data - Less Memory

I have a training dataset of images common images, there are more than 5K images in this dataset. But I have less memory in Google colab- RAM-12GB. I need to train all the images but due to less ...
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What AI predictions can be done using Temperature and Current features of electrical assets?

I have recently deployed hundreds of IoT based Temperature/Humidity and 3-phase Current sensors on electrical assets/machines(e.g. welding machine, integrated panel etc) in a warehouse and waiting for ...
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AI algorithm model that outputs a list of unknown length [closed]

I have a dataset with the following x columns: date time is_weekend is_holiday start_intersection end_intersection The output is a list of intersections, that connect start_intersection with ...
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