Tag: machine learning

Thrown a Party? You Already Intuitively Understand Overfitting in Machine Learning

I’m currently in South Africa attending a wedding. Whilst the South Africans are complaining about the weather as it’s their winter here, I’m walking around in shorts, sandals, and short sleeved summer shirts. Still, this doesn’t stop me packing my spare Macbook as I have deadlines. Imperial College London is teaching a computational medicine degree,…

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Big data/machine learning is coming to healthcare. And it’s through the smart watch.

My life has been fairly isolated over the last week. I have made advances in my understanding of computer vision replicating the Harris corner detection algorithm, achieving the following result: If you’re interested in the mathematical logic and code used to achieve this result download the brief guide I wrote on this here: [harris_corner_detection_readme]. I’m…

Read more Big data/machine learning is coming to healthcare. And it’s through the smart watch.