
Deep Learning
Deep learning is a machine learning method using multiple layers of nonlinear processing units to extract features from data. Find out more on DeepAI.
Natural Language Processing Machine Learning Computer Visionread it

Adversarial Machine Learning
Adversarial Machine Learning is a collection of techniques to train neural networks on how to spot intentionally misleading data or behaviors.
Vector Machine Learning Defensive Distillationread it

Batch Normalization
Batch Normalization is a supervised learning technique that converts selected inputs in a neural network layer into a standard format, called normalizing.
Supervised Learning Deep Learning Loss Functionread it

Convolutional Neural Networks
A convolutional neural network is a type of neural network that is most commonly applied to processing and analyzing visual imagery.
Neural Network Natural Language Processing Artificial Intelligenceread it

Neural Network
What is a neural network, and how is it related to machine learning and artificial intelligence?
Machine Learning Classifier Neuronsread it

Autoencoder
An autoencoder is an unsupervised learning technique for neural networks that learns efficient data representations (encoding) by training the network to ignore signal “noise.”
Unsupervised Learning Denoising Autoencoders Contractive Autoencoderread it

Feature Extraction
Feature extraction is a process by which an initial set of data is reduced by identifying key features of the data for machine learning.
Machine Learning Natural Language Processing Unsupervised Learningread it

Deep Belief Network
Deep Belief Networks (DBNs) are a laddering of individual unsupervised networks that use each network’s hidden layer as the input for the next layer.
Supervised Learning Unsupervised Learning Restricted Boltzmann Machineread it

Principle of Maximum Entropy
The principle of maximum entropy requires selecting the most unpredictable (maximum entropy) prior probability if only a single parameter is known about a probability distribution.
Prior Probability Geometric Distribution Exponential Distributionread it

Bayesian Networks
Bayesian networks are graphical models that use Bayesian inference to represent variables and their conditional dependencies.
Random Variable Bayesian Inference Probability Distributionread it

Tensor
A Tensor is a mathematical object similar to, but more general than, a vector and often represented by an array of components that describe functions relevant to coordinates of a space. Put simply, a Tensor is an array of numbers that transform according to certain rules under a change of coordinates.
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