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[FWD] Two stories from a research paper: Content Without Context is Meaningles

Two stories from a research paper: Content Without Context is Meaningless.

1.1 Machine Learning Hammer

Mark Twain once said: “To a man with a hammer, everything looks like a nail.” His observation is definitely very relevant to current trends in content analysis. We have a Machine Learning Hammer (ML Hammer) that we want to use for solving any problem that needs to be solved. The problem is neither with learning nor with the hammer; the problem is with people who fail to learn that not every problem is a new learning problem [1]. … If we can identify such a feature set, then we can easily model each object by its appropriate feature values. The challenges are

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Recommend: Becoming a Data Scientist – Curriculum via Metromap

Becoming a Data Scientist – Curriculum via Metromap, by Swami Chandrasekaran.

Data Science, Machine Learning, Big Data Analytics, Cognitive Computing … One thing is for sure; you cannot become a data scientist overnight. … But how do you go about becoming one? Where to start? When do you start seeing light at the end of the tunnel? What is the learning roadmap? What tools and techniques do I need to know? How will you know when you have achieved your goal?

Recommend: How to become good at peer review: A guide for young scientists

Peer review is at the heart of the scientific method. While it’s by no means a perfect system, it is still the best system of scientific quality control that we have. Many graduate programs don’t explicitly teach courses on how to review papers. Instead, a young scientist may learn how to review a paper under the guidance of his or her mentor, How to become good at peer review: A guide for young scientists is a post to put together a set of guidelines for young scientists.

Recommend: Wall Street Bosses Are Calling This ‘The Best Cover Letter Ever’ – But Not Everyone Agrees

The following letter is reposted from Wall Street Bosses Are Calling This ‘The Best Cover Letter Ever’ – But Not Everyone Agrees

From: BLOCKED
Sent: Monday, January 14, 2013 1:14PM
To: BLOCKED
Subject: Summer Internship

Dear BLOCKED

My name is (BLOCKED) and I am an undergraduate finance student at (BLOCKED). I met you the summer before last at Smith & Wollensky’s in New York when I was touring the east coast with my uncle, (BLOCKED). I just wanted to thank you for taking the time to talk with me that night.

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