Artificial intelligence

Eggs, baselines and the Darts library for time series


I have some chickens: 6 hens and 2 roosters. So I get a lot of eggs. I have written down how many eggs I get every day for some time now to see if there are any patterns in the production. In this article I will look at the value of a baseline for your AI problem as well as taking a quick look at the Darts library.

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Eggs, baselines and the Darts library for time series

Artificial intelligence

Building and deploying a serverless AI model


In this article I will demonstrate the workflow for creating an AI model from scratch and then deploy it serverless in the cloud. It will be slightly technical but the amount of code is quite small. I will show you all the steps required to go from an EDA (Exploratory Data Analysis) on Google Colab to serving a deployed AI model with AWS Lambda and Google Cloud Functions.

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Building and deploying a serverless AI model

Artificial intelligence

AI use cases for images and automation


In this article I will discuss AI solutions based on images, automation and the value of non-perfect models. I will include some important considerations for your AI projects, how to think and what to focus on both regarding effort and ethics. I will use a few different use cases to illustrate my points and hopefully this will get your inspirational juices flowing.

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AI use cases for images and automation

Artificial intelligence

AI shows what an avocado armchair looks like


OpenAI is an AI research company. They are probably most famous for their language model GPT-2 that allegedly was “too dangerous to be shared”. They soon released an even better model, GPT-3. This latest model was then used as the basis for training an AI called DALL-E to generate images from textual descriptions.
Using text-image pairs as a training dataset this model is able to combine unrelated concepts into plausible images of things that never actually existed.

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AI shows what an avocado armchair looks like

Artificial intelligence

Time series classification use cases


A time series is an ordered sequence of numbers over time. For certain problems you want to look at a specific time series and from its characteristics be able to say something clever about it. Perhaps its origin or about some feature of the source.
This is a class of problems called time series classification that Torbjörn will discuss in this article, and when you start looking for them they pop up absolutely everywhere!

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Time series classification use cases