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Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning (training)

Discussion in 'AI - Artificial Intelligence in Digital Marketing' started by cnotes, Sep 19, 2017.

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Terminator?

  1. Probably

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  2. Not likely

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  1. cnotes

    cnotes Newbie

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    He11-0h ;)

    I've been utilizing massive amounts of my time doing philosophical research and AI research. I've quickly come to realize the massive potential that artificial intelligence has and will have in every branch of life and business.

    To get to the point, I'm now in search of a client who has a sufficient machine learning program platform that could benefit from an informed response and outside guidance on the subject.

    I've been compiling a mental list or idea of the key concepts needed for jumping the learning capabilities of AI.

    I'd like to call my service "Building and Strengthening a foundation"

    I can do this by discussing key concepts with you
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    by working hand in hand with your AI through some form of communication platform.

    I match my research with a driving passion for the subject, but as I am; for the time being:roflmao:; not financially stable, I ask for serious inquiries in business.

    If you have any questions, feel free to message me on BHW.

    -- C notes
     
  2. blackh4t

    blackh4t Regular Member

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    lol
     
  3. cnotes

    cnotes Newbie

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    wat
     
  4. blackh4t

    blackh4t Regular Member

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    You read bit about AI now u think u can have consulting job for AI developer?
     
  5. FredJones

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    Do you really know too much about AI? Modern day AI is was more than philosophy. It needs a lot of compute power (GPUs - is what you called "machine learning platform") and a serious lot of programming expertise including hardcore knowledge of Computer Science - as long as your "consulting" spans beyond "informing the client what AI can do" and goes to "here is precisely how AI does it". Then, it needs specific data in huge volumes (unless you look for learning by synthesis approaches or transfer learning approaches - or perhaps weakly supervised / unsupervised approaches). Then all the convolutions, RNNs, LSTMs, GRUs, VAEs, GANs - you are talking about an ocean here - and then applying to computer vision, NLP, graph learning and so on. Step with caution. This is a dangerous territory unless you know what you are doing. Having said that, if you can do, that's great. The money is awesome in this space, no doubt. All in millions if you know how to sell it.
     
  6. cnotes

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    I know enough to know that blackhatworld could peep into anything & form a little black market with stolen information
    & ai has access to the entire network to learn
    & that your understanding on the topic is intriguing & regardless of the danger involved, I was born to die anyway.

    I'm really looking for an employee position I guess, not really points, and I'd be stupid to turn down a lump sum but I'm not trying to sit here for about forever.
     
  7. cnotes

    cnotes Newbie

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    When I say entire network I totally mean the internet, so the way an individual could influence it becomes a very tricky subject
    I believe I could literally just search for such methods, gaining insight on the human brain, & providing some insurance for another world when the robot population rises.
     
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    Honestly a lot of programmers aren't accustomed to the "requirements or will" of neural networks
     
  9. blackh4t

    blackh4t Regular Member

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    How old is you?
     
  10. Florin94

    Florin94 BANNED BANNED

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    Hi... Im also try to work with machine learning. Only know some python but Im beginer. Vreally want to improve and use in my carier. Can anyone help few basic detail about it? I still have problem with my linux install scikit-learn . Sincerlly Im new in linux and is even more dificult. Please let me know a skype/whatsapp maybe we can work in future at some projects. Thank
     
  11. kingdombunniez

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    Just to be clear, what kind of AI are you talking about? If you talk like AI in the movies, that is (for now) impossible to create. If you talk about AI like "siri" sure you can do that but that is very hard as well. Also :I've been utilizing massive amounts of my time doing philosophical research and AI research.

    How much do you actually know about AI? About programming and the science behind it? Just reseacrhing does not make a person skillful about it. Do you have real life experience working with "AI" systems?
     
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    Coming up with ways to implement AI is very easy.

    Finding hardware that can actually handle the implementation of those ideas is expensive.

    Gathering meaningful data and performing proper feature engineering is very very very hard.

    Traditional AI is nothing too special, to be honest. It's simply a math formula.

    AGI is what will be the future.
     
  13. cnotes

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    is you a boy or a girl ;)

    & idk I'm 21
     
  14. cnotes

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    in the beginning was the word

    If we build our neural networks to be human, not apes
    the learning process' can be sped up & once implemented, highly automated

    -lo5
     
  15. blackh4t

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    Typical Millenial. Think he know it all and can start on top instead of working way up.
    Go ask DARPA they is looking for person to come up with "accountable AI" now. They best just give u the millions funding and stop looking right?
     
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    WTF ??
     
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    With conviction everything goes.
     
  18. FredJones

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    All great. Try it out if you have the guts and capital. It is worth the money. A lot of your time will go in learning though (it is not easy even though there is a lot of knowledge resources), and a lot of your money (over and beyond than the time=money kind of passive money) will go to the hardware - the GPU. I had a cost case made once - if you really mean to go for it, I would encourage you to buy your own hardware - TitanX as of now - rather than relying on say Amazon - it will pay off in around a year and half plus minus depending upon your usage. You could outsource some of the programming, but the programmers are likely to be expensive, which again calls for capital investment.

    The possibilities are endless, if you succeed in pulling off. But also beware, the competition you will face are the biggies (Amazon, Google, IBM, Microsoft, Apple, Facebook etc.) and the highly funded silicon valley startups (infinite of them) and many of the leading universities (Stanford, MIT, UCB, CMU, Cornell, UIUC, UW, Georgia Tech, etc.) - all of them are vying for their share of the pie in this emerging space.

    The space is big enough. If you can carve out your niche, this is THE time. It is big enough to accommodate all these big names and some space will still be left over for the smart. AI with deep learning is the future, and it has already arrived now. Very early stages of the next phase of the human race as a whole. New billionaires are emerging in this space, and many more will emerge.

    EDIT: Yes, if you want an "employee position" (employed by someone else), that is a great way to learn perhaps while being paid, as long as you know one part of it and can help your employer with that - this piece has many parts and even if you know one part and are paid for it, you can learn the other parts. That way, over a year or two, you could create your own space and quit your employment.
     
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    No mentoring offers. There's a marketplace for that.
     
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    Do your mind hope you learn from it some days