My TensorFlow repo is trending on Github!

It’s been a great week for the AI team at Skcript. Over the past week, we were trending top 5 in Github (Python category), for 3 days. We were liked and shared on social media endless number of times. And the best part — received great feedback from the AI/ML community.

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Normalizing Data - Part 1 of AI Series

Co-authored by Naveen (AI Dev at Skcript).

In Machine Learning, more often than not applying an algorithm to data is not hard, rather representing the data usually is. But sometimes representing data a certain way works for one algorithm, but completely implodes for another. So with all these variations, is there one compartmentalized approach to follow?

Yes! (well, kind of and ‘kind of’ in ML is ‘good enough’)

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The Jallikatu Protest

The Jallikatu Protest was the worlds largest peaceful protest to protect the culture of Tamil Nadu’s legendary bull ‘hugging’ festival. Around five million people gathered at the Marina Beach to show their support in continuing the game despite discouragement by the government. There was hardly a Chennaite who didn’t show up at the beach, me included.

It was quite interesting to watch the protest seep into social media. And where there’s social media, there’s data. In abundance!

Combination of classifier and feature extractor accuracy

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Reading a 100 responses in 30 minutes!

When we built the responses module of UnderstandBetter we focused on making it the best experience for employees. The ease of typing in answers, editor features that can make expressing emotions better and providing a clean interface were our main goals. For a long time we equated a great answer to the length of it. Worthless, I know (we do have spam filters though!).

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What's new in UnderstandBetter?

Welcome to November everybody! Down here in Chennai, we prepare for the winter by switching up our cute summer clothes with warm woolen blankets. Yeah right! It’s summer all year round, all we know is the heat.

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