Blog posts

2019

A Primer on Deep Q-Learning - Part 1/2

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Before starting to write a blog post I always ask myself - “What is the added value?”. There is a lot of awesome ML material out there. And a lot of duplicates as well. Especially when it comes to all the flavors of Deep Reinforcement Learning. So you might wonder what is the added value of this two part blog post on Deep Q-Learning? It is threefold.

EEML 2019 - A (Deep) Week in Bucharest!

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In January I was considering where to go with my scientific future. Struggling whether to stay in Berlin or to go back to London, I got frustrated with my technical progress. At NeuRIPS I encountered so much amazing work and I felt like there was too much to learn until reaching the cutting edge. I was stuck. And then my former Imperial supervisor forwarded me an email advertising this new Eastern European Machine Learning (EEML) summer school.

Representational Similarity - From Neuroscience to Deep Learning… and back again

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In today’s blog post we discuss Representational Similarity Analysis (RSA), how it might improve our understanding of the brain as well as recent efforts by Samy Bengio’s and Geoffrey Hinton’s group to systematically study representations in Deep Learning architectures. So let’s get started!

Steal, Stole, Stolen - A ML Perspective!

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Hola guapos! After finally deciding to stay in Berlin, I felt the desire to structure myself and to establish routines which are going to help me tackle the next phase of my life. Due to a fortunate visit to the National Gallery book store in London, I got to pick up Austin Kleon’s amazing piece of work “Steal Like an Artist”. A beautifully collected and visualized set of tricks to foster creativity.

Barcelona GSE Articles and Interviews

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Hey there! As some of you might know I have been quite actively contributing to the Data Science Barcelona GSE blog. Writing about technical topics and addressing a broad audience is challenging and fulfilling at the same time. I hope that this blog is going to help me learn to tell great narratives and influence people. So stay tuned!