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Insightful and effective: “Deep Learning Specialization” by Andrew Ng on Coursera

Insightful and effective: “Deep Learning Specialization” by Andrew Ng on Coursera

Posted by on Mar 8, 2018 in Insights, Thoughts | No Comments

Not enough can be said about the contribution of Coursera and Andrew Ng to machine learning education. The very beginning of Coursera was with a machine learning MOOC in 2012, and this was, as far as I can tell, the first time machine learning education was made available freely and publicly. Such was the excitement […]

The role of Mahalanobis in emergence of Modern Statistics

The role of Mahalanobis in emergence of Modern Statistics

This article started as simply a transcript of a lecture by Stephen Stigler titled “Mathematical Statistics as a Global Enterprise” at Indian Statistical Institute (ISI) Delhi, commemorating the 125th birth year of Prasanta Chandra Mahalanobis. As I ruminated on what Stigler had to say about Mahalanobis and his role in the history and development of […]

How Not To Ask Questions After A Conference Talk

How Not To Ask Questions After A Conference Talk

Posted by on Nov 22, 2017 in Miscellaneous, Thoughts | No Comments

PyCon India 2017 ended last weekend in Delhi. The conference escaped the infamous winter smog-storm by a whisker. In the last few years, PyCon India has grown to become the largest PyCon outside of North America, with well over a thousand participants attending from all over the country and the conference itself being driven by […]