Stephanie Kim

Recent Posts

May 23, 2018

Exploring the Deep Learning Framework PyTorch

Anyone who is interested in deep learning has likely gotten their hands dirty at some point playing around with Tensorflow, Google's open source deep learning framework. Tensorflow has a lot of benefits like wide-scale adoption, deployment on mobile, and support for distributed computing, but it...

May 16, 2018

Investigating User Experience with Natural Language Analysis

User experience and customer support are integral to every company's success. But it's not easy to understand what users are thinking or how they are feeling, even when you read every single user message that comes in through feedback forms or customer support software. With Natural Language...

February 22, 2018

Introduction to Time Series

Whether you’re a scientist analyzing earthquake data to predict the next “big one”, or are in healthcare analyzing patient wait times to better staff your ER, understanding time series data is crucial to making better, data informed decisions.

This gentle introduction to time series will help...

January 25, 2018

Racial Bias in Facial Recognition Software

We've all heard about racial bias in artificial intelligence via the media, whether it's found in recidivism software or object detection that mislabels African American people as Gorillas. Due to the increase in the media attention, people have grown more aware that implicit bias occurring in...

January 18, 2018

Understanding Facial Recognition Through OpenFace

Facial Recognition at NIST

Facial recognition has become an increasingly ubiquitous part of our lives.

Today smartphones use facial recognition for access control while animated movies such as Avatar use it to bring realistic movement and expression to life. Police surveillance cameras use...

December 04, 2017

Getting Started with Algorithmia in Spark

Apache Spark is one of the most useful tools for large scale data processing. It allows for data ingestion, aggregation, analysis and more on massive amounts of data and has been widely adopted by data engineers and other professionals.

With Spark Streaming and Spark SQL you can perform ETL...

November 09, 2017

Chatbot Workshop at Seattle's Building Intelligent Applications Meetup

Recently Jon Peck, who is a Software Engineer and Developer Evangelist at Algorithmia, wrote a fun post on how to get an emotionally aware chatbot up and running in about 15 minutes.

In this hands-on micro workshop, Jon will show you how to create a chatbot using Dexter, a company that makes...

November 08, 2017

Bring Deep Learning to iOS and Android

We've all read about machine learning in the headlines, but many iOS and Android developers haven't made the leap to integrating machine learning intelligence into their applications. This is partly due to the time commitment needed to learn enough statistics to understand the math behind the...

October 31, 2017

Making Algorithms Discoverable and Composable

Just like a music producer creates a beat, then combines it with instrumentals and a baseline to form something catchy that lyrics can be applied to... developers need a way to compose algorithms together in a clean and elegant way.

Whether you’re creating a sentiment analysis pipeline for your...

August 21, 2017

Becoming a 10x Data Scientist

Recently I gave a talk at PyData Seattle about how to ramp up your data science skills by borrowing tips and tricks from the developer community. These suggestions will help you become a more proficient data scientist who is loved by your team members and stakeholders.

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