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Chicisimo offers automated outfit advice, which is complicated in a lot of ways. In this post, founder and CEO, Gabriel Aldamiz-echevarría describes how their data and machine learning approach defines their product and helped them scale from 0 to more than 4 million users to become one of the largest fashion apps in the world. And - they did that in less than 3 years.
In the 2 years since it was initially open-sourced by Google, TensorFlow has rapidly become the framework of choice for both machine learning practitioners and researchers. Last week, J.J. Allaire from RStudio announced a suite of R packages that provide a variety of interfaces to TensorFlow. Here are the details, including links to learning resources and packages.
In his latest post, Denny Britz explores cryptocurrency trading from a Reinforcement Learning perspective. The first half is an overview of how cryptocurrency trading works on the GDAX exchange, data access, and common metrics. The second half describes why Reinforcement Learning should be effective in a trading strategy and how it could work. This isn't a code tutorial but it's an interesting research topic and a worthwhile discussion.
This is a great resource if you ever have an interest in mining, manipulating, and/or visualizing data from Twitter.
FiveThirtyEight is an online news outlet that uses statistical analysis to tell stories about elections, politics, sports, science, economics and lifestyle. Many people don't realize that FiveThirtyEight also shares the data behind each of its articles so you can verify the analysis or dig in and find other stories. This guide to the articles and data is a great learning resource.
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