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00:00 Introduction
2:47 What is Machine Learning?
4:08 AI vs ML vs Deep Learning
5:43 How does Machine Learning works?
6:18 Types of Machine Learning
6:43 Supervised Learning
8:38 Supervised Learning Examples
11:49 Unsupervised Learning
13:54 Unsupervised Learning Examples
16:09 Reinforcement Learning
18:39 Reinforcement Learning Examples
19:34 AI vs Machine Learning vs Deep Learning
22:09 Examples of AI
23:39 Examples of Machine Learning
25:04 What is Deep Learning?
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27:29 Machine Learning vs Deep Learning
33:49 Jupyter Notebook Tutorial
34:49 Installation
50:24 Machine Learning Tutorial
51:04 Classification Algorithm
51:39 Anomaly Detection Algorithm
52:14 Clustering Algorithm
53:34 Regression Algorithm
54:14 Demo: Iris Dataset
1:12:11 Stats & Probability for Machine Learning
1:16:16 Categories of Data
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1:27:15 Random Sampling
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2:00:53 Probability
2:03:19 Probability Terminologies
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2:17:25 Bayes Theorem
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2:26:50 Interval Estimate
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3:18:34 Titanic Data Analysis
3:58:39 Decision Tree
3:58:59 what is Classification?
4:01:24 Types of Classification
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5:00:40 Random Forest Use-Cases
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5:16:44 KNN Algorithm
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5:27:24 KNN Demo
5:35:05 Naive Bayes
5:40:55 Naive Bayes Working
5:44:25Industrial Use of Naive Bayes
5:50:25 Types of Naive Bayes
5:51:25 Steps involved in Naive Bayes
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6:16:33 Types of Clustering
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6:21:54 Pros & Cons of K-Means Clustering
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6:34:04 Apriori Algorithm
6:39:19 Apriori Algorithm Demo
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6:46:39 Reinforcement Learning: Counter-Strike Example
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Dr. Stuart Russell is a Professor of Computer Science at the University of California, Berkeley and Adjunct Professor of Neurological Surgery at the University of California, San Francisco.

Dr. Russell’s research spans many areas of artificial intelligence, including machine learning, probabilistic reasoning, and philosophical foundations. Recently, his work has focused on ensuring that advanced AI is developed safely.

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As one of the world leaders in cyber tech, Israel hosted 2019 Cybertech in Tel Aviv, with Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu making an appearance to speak about the industry developments and how they are being used against the country’s enemies.


Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that his country foils Iranian-directed cyber attacks against it ‘on a daily basis’ as he touted Israel’s cyber prowess at the CyberTech conference in Tel Aviv on Tuesday.

‘Iran attacks Israel on a daily basis. We monitor these attacks, we see these attacks, and we foil these attacks all the time,’ Netanyahu said.

‘Iran threatens us in many other ways. They issued in the last 24 hours threats that say they’ll destroy us, they’ll target our cities with missiles. We’re not oblivious to these threats. They don’t impress us. Because we know what out power is both in defense and in offense,’ he added.

‘But the important thing is that any country can be attacked today with cyber attacks and every country needs the combination of a national cyber defense effort and a robust cybersecurity industry. And I think Israel has that in ways that are in many ways unmatched.’

Netanyahu was speaking at the annual CyberTech conference in Tel Aviv, which drew thousands of cyber experts and firms from more than 80 countries for discussions on the latest trends in cyber and innovation.

Netanyahu touted Israel’s influence in the industry relative to its population, attributing it to investment in research and development and its leveraging of its national cyber defense efforts to boost private industry.

Israel is considered a world leader in cyber technology and innovation, exporting cybersecurity worth $3.8 billion in 2017 and is ranking among the top 10 percent in cyber academic research.

In the span of just a decade, Netanyahu said, the world’s top ten largest companies have all opened ‘major’ research and development centers in Israel, among them Apple, Google, Microsoft, Amazon, and Facebook.

‘Israel leads the world in investment in R&D as a percentage of [gross domestic product]…and has by far the highest percentage of R&D personnel,’ Netanyahu explained.

‘Cybersecurity is not merely here to stay, it’s going to grow exponentially,’ Netanyahu said.

‘I decided several years ago to turn Israel into one of the five cyber powers of the world and that required allowing this combination of military intelligence, academia, and industry to converge in one place. And where we’re doing that is in Beersheba in the south,’ Netanyahu said.

Beersheba, a city in the vast Negev desert of southern Israel, has experienced a rapid gentrification since the start of the decade fueled by the city’s ambition to become Israel’s cyber capital, especially since the creation of its cyber industrial park CyberSpark.

The two ultra-modern complexes house a dozen Israeli companies, start-ups, venture capital funds and foreign groups — such as Lockheed Martin, Deutsche Telekom, Oracle and IBM — which employ thousands technicians, engineers and researchers many of whom have studied at the computer sciences department of the local Ben Gurion University — part of a planned symbiosis between the university and the company.

Last year, the Israel Innovation Authority, the Ministry of Economy and Industry, and the National Cyber Directorate announced a dedicated program to strengthen the country’s cyber industry with an investment of NIS 90 million over the next three years.

A significant portion of the investment has been earmarked for further enhancing Beersheba’s CyberSpark hub.

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Exclusive interview with Stuart Russell. He discusses the importance of achieving friendly AI – Strong AI that is provably (probably approximately) beneficial.

Points of discussion:
A clash of intuitions about the beneficiality of Strong Artificial Intelligence
– A clash of intuitions: Alan Turing raised the concern that if we were to build an AI smarter than we are, we might not be happy about the results. While there is a general notion amoungst AI developers etc that building smarter than human AI would be good.
– But it’s not clear why the objectives of Superintelligent AI will be inimicable to our values – so we need to solve what some poeple call the value alignment problem.
– we as humans learn values in conjunction with learning about the world

The Value Alignment problem

Basic AI Drives: Any objective generates sub-goals

– Designing an AI not want to disable it’s off switch
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– the robot will only want to be switched off if thinks it will makes you unhappy

– How will the machines do what humans want if they can’t see their objective functions?
– one answer is to allow the machines to observe human behaviour, and interpret that behaviour as providing evidence of an underlying preference structure – inverse reinforcement learning

Aggregated Volition: How does an AI optimise for many peoples values?
– Has the benefit of symmetry
– difficulties in commensurbaility of different human preferences
– Problem: If someone feels more strongly about a value X should they get more of a share of value X?

How to deal with people who’s preferences include the suffering of others?

Should a robot be more obligated to its owner than to the rest of the world?
– should this have something to do with how much you pay for the robot?

Moral philosophy will be a key industry sector

Issues of near term Narrow AI vs future Strong AI
– Very easy to confuse the near term killer robot question with the existential risk question

Differences in the issues with the risk of the misuse of Narrow AI and the risk of Strong AI
– Weaponised Narrow AI

Should we replace the gainful employment of humans with AI?

A future where humans lose a sense of meaning & dignity

Hostility to the idea of Superintelligence and AI Friendline
– there seems to be something else going on for AI experts to make rational arguments as simple minded as ‘If the AI goes bad, just turn the AI off’
– beating alphago is no problem – we just need to play better moves
– it’s theoretically possibe that AI could pose existential risk – but it’s also possible that a black hole could appear in near earth orbit – we don’t spend any time worrying about that so why should we spend time worrying about the existential risk of AI?

Defensive psychological reactions to feeling one’s research is under attack
– People proposing AI safety are not anti AI any more than people wanting to contain a nuclear reaction are anti physics

Provably beneficial AI
– where the AI systems responsibility is to figure out what you want
– though the data to train the AI may be sometimes unrepresentative – leading to a small prossibility of deviation from true beneficiality – probably approximately beneficial AI

Convincing the AI community that AI friendliness is important

Will there be a hard takeoff to superintelligence?

What are the benefits of building String AI?

Center for Human-Compatible AI – UC Berkley

Stuart Jonathan Russell is a computer scientist known for his contributions to artificial intelligence. He is a Professor of Computer Science at the University of California, Berkeley and Adjunct Professor of Neurological Surgery at the University of California, San Francisco.

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This course offers a brief introduction to the multivariate calculus required to build many common machine learning techniques. We start at the very beginning with a refresher on the “rise over run” formulation of a slope, before converting this to the formal definition of the gradient of a function. We then start to build up a set of tools for making calculus easier and faster. Next, we learn how to calculate vectors that point up hill on multidimensional surfaces and even put this into action using an interactive game. We take a look at how we can use calculus to build approximations to functions, as well as helping us to quantify how accurate we should expect those approximations to be. We also spend some time talking about where calculus comes up in the training of neural networks, before finally showing you how it is applied in linear regression models. This course is intended to offer an intuitive understanding of calculus, as well as the language necessary to look concepts up yourselves when you get stuck. Hopefully, without going into too much detail, you’ll still come away with the confidence to dive into some more focused machine learning courses in future.
Who is this class for: This class is for people who would like to learn more about machine learning techniques, but don’t currently have the fundamental mathematics in place to go into much detail. This course will include some exercises that require you to work with code. If you’ve not had much experience with code before DON’T PANIC, we will give you lots of guidance as you go.
Topic Covered:
Definition of a derivative
Differentiation examples & special cases
differentiate some functions
Time saving rules
Product rule
Chain rule
Variables, constants & context
Differentiate with respect to anything
Jacobians – vectors of derivatives
Jacobian applied
The Sandpit
The Sandpit -2
The Hessian
Multivariate chain rule
Neural Networks
Simple neural networks
Power series
Visualising Taylor Series
Power series derivation
Power series details
Multivariable Taylor Series
Multivariate Taylor
Gradient Descent
Gradient descent in a sandpit
Lagrange multipliers
Constrained optimisation
Simple linear regression
Non-linear regression
This course is created by Imperial College London
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