Artificial Intelligence

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All Indian Reprints of O'Reilly are printed in Grayscale Edge AI is transforming the way computers interact with the real world, allowing IoT devices to make decisions using the 99% of sensor data that was previously discarded due to cost, bandwidth, or power limitations. With techniques like embedded machine learning, developers can capture human intuition and deploy it to any target--from ultra-low power microcontrollers to embedded Linux devices. This practical guide gives engineering professionals, including product managers and technology leaders, an end-to-end framework for solving real-world industrial, commercial, and scientific problems with edge AI. You'll explore every stage of the process, from data collection to model optimization to tuning and testing, as you learn how to design and support edge AI and embedded ML products. Edge AI is destined to become a standard tool for systems engineers.  This high-level road map helps you get started. Develop your expertise in AI and ML for edge devices Understand which projects are best solved with edge AI Explore key design patterns for edge AI apps Learn an iterative workflow for developing AI systems Build a team with the skills to solve real-world problems Follow a responsible AI process to create effective products
AuthorDaniel Situnayake, Jenny Plunkett BindingPaperback
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All Indian Reprints of O'Reilly are printed in Grayscale With the increasing use of AI in high-stakes domains such as medicine, law, and defense, organizations spend a lot of time and money to make ML models trustworthy. Many books on the subject offer deep dives into theories and concepts. This guide provides a practical starting point to help development teams produce models that are secure, more robust, less biased, and more explainable. Authors Yada Pruksachatkun, Matthew McAteer, and Subhabrata Majumdar translate best practices in the academic literature for curating datasets and building models into a blueprint for building industry-grade trusted ML systems. With this book, engineers and data scientists will gain a much-needed foundation for releasing trustworthy ML applications into a noisy, messy, and often hostile world. You'll learn: Methods to explain ML models and their outputs to stakeholders How to recognize and fix fairness concerns and privacy leaks in an ML pipeline How to develop ML systems that are robust and secure against malicious attacks Important systemic considerations, like how to manage trust debt and which ML obstacles require human intervention
AuthorYada Pruksachatkun, Matthew Mcateer, Subhabrata Majumdar BindingPaperback
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All Indian Reprints of O'Reilly are printed in Grayscale Companies are scrambling to integrate AI into their systems and operations. But to build truly successful solutions, you need a firm grasp of the underlying mathematics. This accessible guide walks you through the math necessary to thrive in the AI field such as focusing on real-world applications rather than dense academic theory. Engineers, data scientists, and students alike will examine mathematical topics critical for AI--including regression, neural networks, optimization, backpropagation, convolution, Markov chains, and more--through popular applications such as computer vision, natural language processing, and automated systems. And supplementary Jupyter notebooks shed light on examples with Python code and visualizations. Whether you're just beginning your career or have years of experience, this book gives you the foundation necessary to dive deeper in the field. Understand the underlying mathematics powering AI systems, including generative adversarial networks, random graphs, large random matrices, mathematical logic, optimal control, and more Learn how to adapt mathematical methods to different applications from completely different fields Gain the mathematical fluency to interpret and explain how AI systems arrive at their decisions
AuthorHala Nelson BindingPaperback
Free Shipping not applicable on this title. Checkout amount of ₹1,238 includes Shipping cost. Description: Machine Learning is awesome and powerful, but it can also appear incredibly complicated. That’s where The StatQuest Illustrated Guide to Machine Learning comes in. This book takes...
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AuthorDr. Anjum Z. Shaikh, Dr. Ramesh R. Manza BindingPaperback
All Indian Reprints of O'Reilly are Printed in Grayscale. While many introductory guides to AI are calculus books in disguise, this one mostly eschews the math. Instead, author Jeff Prosise helps engineers and software developers build an intuitive understanding of AI to solve business problems. Need to create a system to detect the sounds of illegal logging in the rainforest, analyze text for sentiment, or predict early failures in rotating machinery? This practical book teaches you the skills necessary to put AI and machine learning to work at your company. Applied Machine Learning and AI for Engineers provides examples and illustrations from the AI and ML course Prosise teaches at companies and research institutions worldwide. There's no fluff and no scary equations-just a fast start for engineers and software developers, complete with hands-on examples. This book helps you: Learn what machine learning and deep learning are and what they can accomplish Understand how popular learning algorithms work and when to apply them Build machine learning models in Python with Scikit-Learn, and neural networks with Keras and TensorFlow Train and score regression models and binary and multiclass classification models Build facial recognition models and object detection models Build language models that respond to natural-language queries and translate text to other languages Use Cognitive Services to infuse AI into the apps that you write
AuthorJeff Prosise BindingPaperback
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All Indian Reprints of O'Reilly are Printed in Grayscale. Most intermediate-level machine learning books focus on how to optimize models by increasing accuracy or decreasing prediction error. But this approach often overlooks the importance of understanding why and how your ML model makes the predictions that it does. Explainability methods provide an essential toolkit for better understanding model behavior, and this practical guide brings together best-in-class techniques for model explainability. Experienced machine learning engineers and data scientists will learn hands-on how these techniques work so that you'll be able to apply these tools more easily in your daily workflow. This essential book provides: A detailed look at some of the most useful and commonly used explainability techniques, highlighting pros and cons to help you choose the best tool for your needs Tips and best practices for implementing these techniques A guide to interacting with explainability and how to avoid common pitfalls The knowledge you need to incorporate explainability in your ML workflow to help build more robust ML systems Advice about explainable AI techniques, including how to apply techniques to models that consume tabular, image, or text data Example implementation code in Python using well-known explainability libraries for models built in Keras and TensorFlow 2.0, PyTorch, and HuggingFace
AuthorMichael Munn, David Pitman BindingPaperback
All Indian Reprints of O'Reilly are Printed in Grayscale. Whether you're part of a small startup or a multinational corporation, this practical book shows data scientists, software and site reliability engineers, product managers, and business owners how to run and establish ML reliably, effectively, and accountably within your organization. You'll gain insight into everything from how to do model monitoring in production to how to run a well-tuned model development team in a product organization. By applying an SRE mindset to machine learning, authors and engineering professionals Cathy Chen, Kranti Parisa, Niall Richard Murphy, D. Sculley, Todd Underwood, and featured guest authors show you how to run an efficient and reliable ML system. Whether you want to increase revenue, optimize decision making, solve problems, or understand and influence customer behavior, you'll learn how to perform day-to-day ML tasks while keeping the bigger picture in mind. You'll examine: What ML is: how it functions and what it relies on Conceptual frameworks for understanding how ML "loops" work How effective productionization can make your ML systems easily monitorable, deployable, and operable Why ML systems make production troubleshooting more difficult, and how to compensate accordingly How ML, product, and production teams can communicate effectively
AuthorCathy Chen Author 2Nialll Richard Murphy
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All Indian Reprints of O'Reilly are printed in Grayscale Machine learning is no longer just a tool for data scientists. By taking advantage of recent advances in this technology, UI and UX designers can find ways to better engage with and understand their users. This O'Reilly report not only introduces you to contemporary machine learning systems, but also provides a conceptual framework to help you integrate machine-learning capabilities into your user-facing designs.
AuthorPatrick Hebron BindingPaperback
All Indian Reprints of O'Reilly are printed in Grayscale Early rules-based artificial intelligence demonstrated intriguing decision-making capabilities but lacked perception and didn't learn. AI today, primed with machine learning perception and deep reinforcement learning capabilities, can perform superhuman decision-making for specific tasks. This book shows you how to combine the practicality of early AI with deep learning capabilities and industrial control technologies to make robust decisions in the real world.
AuthorKence Anderson BindingPaperback
Full Colour Edition Through a recent series of breakthroughs, deep learning has boosted the entire field of machine learning. Now, even programmers who know close to nothing about this technology can use simple, efficient tools to implement programs capable of learning from data. This...
AuthorAurélien Géron BindingPaperback
All Indian Reprints of O'Reilly are printed in Grayscale Use business intelligence and AI to power corporate growth, increase efficiency, and improve business decision-making. With this practical book with hands-on examples in Power BI, you'll explore the most relevant AI use cases for BI, including improved forecasting, automated classification, and AI-powered recommendations. And you'll learn how to draw insights from unstructured data sources like text, document, and image files.
AuthorTobias Zwingmann BindingPaperback
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