With many articles promoting machine learning as the magic bullet to solve tough problems, the pressure has never been higher for data scientists and software developers to deliver impressive AI systems for their own tasks.
Following their pursuit of hackathons, team Sömma from Semantics3 got the band back together for the ABInBev HackTheWorld hackathon, last weekend in Bangalore.
Back in October, I had written about our team's pull crew for hacking on open source projects. I had meant to write a review of the various contributions that we had managed. However, life happened, and that post is still in the works.
With growing interest in neural networks and deep learning, individuals and companies are claiming ever-increasing adoption rates of artificial intelligence into their daily workflows and product offerings.
You've framed your problem, prepared your datasets, designed your models and revved up your GPUs. With bated breath, you start training your neural network, hoping to return in a few days to great results.