Use Lambda, API Gateway, and AWS to make your models cheap and easy for others to use at scale

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If you’re not scraping data, how are you going to remain competitive?

Introduction


Eight lines of Python to memoize ANY Dynamic Programming problem. Only one if you’re feeling snarky

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Introduction


Getting Started

Pipelines can be hard to navigate here’s some code that works in general.

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Pipelines

from datasets import list_datasets, load_dataset, list_metrics
from sklearn.pipeline import FeatureUnion, Pipeline
from sklearn.feature_extraction.text import TfidfVectorizer
from sklearn import svm


As an NLP engineer, I’m going to be out of a job soon 😅

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How to train a chatbot to sound like anyone with a phone, including your deceased relatives.

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Label Smarter Not More.

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There is a dearth of good psychotherapy data. Let’s work on that.

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Figuring out what words are predictive for your problem is easy!

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It’s only ~100 lines of code but the tweets are infinite.

The Author’s rendition of a Twitter bot

Introduction

  1. Walk through setting up a Twitter bot from scratch
  2. Train one of the most cutting edge language models to generate text for us
  3. Use the Twitter API to make your bot tweet!

Nicolas Bertagnolli

Sr. Machine Learning Engineer interested in NLP. Let’s connect on LinkedIn! https://www.linkedin.com/in/nicolas-bertagnolli-058aba81/

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