I've been working on these machine learning slides for quite some time... I'll be recording a few videos soon of me going over the concepts. I hope to cover the basics, gradient decent, and word vector + training them with thr skip-gram model. I'll let you guys know when I publish!
The past few weeks i've been programming a few math physics simulations in C! It's been fun to see the theory come alive! So far I've made simulations for: damped harmonic motion, a physics force table, 3D gradient decent, elastic collisions 💥, & gravitational acceleration. I'll be posting the executables at simulations.johnlins.com soon if you'd like to experiment with them!
Sigmoid Hacks had the pleasure of hosting a workshop on casual inference & its application in AI by Mr. Mueller (An AI researcher at UCLA)
Our first two workshops @ Sigmoid Hacks were successful! Shout-out to @damicupcake for leading the advanced theory workshop!
I finally got my own domain and website! I've been meaning to do this for some time, but I finally got around to it. I immediately signed up for the Hack Club web ring.
I even got my own email! firstname.lastname@example.org so feel free to say hello 😎
Just finished my hackathon project "NutriStatusAI" which helps users manage their daily nutrients with the help of AI.