Comment by stared on Learning Deep Learning the EASY way, with Keras · 2017-06-01T08:55:11.745Z · score: 0 (0 votes) · LW · GW

Author of Learning Deep Learning here.

How to solve a practical problems requires much more well-rounded skills that mastering one machine learning algorithm or another (in fact, some problems don't require ML at all).

For a more general introduction to data science, see So yes: discussing things with clients, getting data, cleaning data, realising it is not enough, so asking client if they have more/different data, exploring it, seeing that some of it is rubbish, semi-manually cleaning it, creating a model, seeing it's ok, discovering that it fitted to some artefact, ... (and dozens, dozens of steps).

Comment by stared on Meetup : First LW Meetup in Warsaw · 2014-03-23T11:24:42.387Z · score: 0 (0 votes) · LW · GW

This link does not work for me (it redirects to my event list). I am not sure if it is because of privacy settings or anything else? In any case: what is its full name as it appears on FB?

Comment by stared on Meetup : First LW Meetup in Warsaw · 2014-03-22T19:43:46.801Z · score: 1 (1 votes) · LW · GW

I am interested, but not sure if I will be available on that date (40%?). Do you want to create a FB event? From my experience as an organizer of various stuff it works for seeing who is interested; of course it will attract more newbies and casual readers (I am in this category: up to date, my most serious interaction with LW is this post: