#100daysofMachineLearning Code from Basic to Advance level of Machine Learning
Would you let an Artificial Intelligence make decisions on behalf? — If Yes, then to what extent, maybe your life depends on it. From the incredibly-friendly voice of Apple’s personal assistant, Siri, to movies like Ex-Machina, Al has always excited me more than anything else. The very idea that Netflix can actually predict a recommendation list of movies based on your reaction to a previously seen movie sounds fascinating to me and with this approach I have been working on Machine Learning Algorithms and its all classifiers to make much more robust and easy to understand by everyone, So I started uploading all the basic Machine Learning Algorithms From 10 March 2020 to 10 August 2020 on my Github Repository in Python Programming and R Programming.
Then one day out of nowhere I come across a video on YouTube by Siraj Raval, in which he talked about something called #100DaysOfMLCode Challenge. It means coding and studying machine learning for at least an hour, every day for the next 100 days. I highly recommend checking out the video.
It was just the right type of motivation that I needed to start learning in-depth about something I’ve always cared about. So I took this challenge and started learning about machine learning.
Beginning with the most basic algorithms and implementing them in the Python language.
Just so that I have a good log for everything that I’ve learned, I created a repository on GitHub. I will highly recommend you do the same. As I continually learned new things about ML, I’ve also updated the repository with the code for implementing ML algorithms along with some info-graphics for better understanding.
Some of the Infographics
The response that I’ve received for the repository is very overwhelming, to say the least, I didn’t expect this. People have been supporting me from every corner of Social Media, and it most certainly humbles me, and I would like to take this opportunity to say thanks to everyone who has given their precious time to me.
Checkout My Repository
Numbers are not relevant here, because I didn’t do this for fame or any popularity. I did it because I wanted to, I care about it, and I believe that I can make a difference.
K — Nearest Neighbor
With all that said, I believe that I’m only learning right now, and in this fast-changing and an ever-evolving world, I think that you never actually finish learning. It’s just a big learning curve. The destination is not here yet, I am not even close, to be completely honest. But I do know that my path is right, and my mind is focused on achieving what I aspire to do. So I would like to challenge everyone reading this right now to come and join me on this journey, take the #100DaysOfMlCode challenge and start working every day.
And if you don’t have an interest in this field of AI, that’s not a problem or an excuse, find something which you care about, something which doesn’t feel like work, something to which you can dedicate your entire life. Les Brown once said,
“To achieve anything worthwhile in your life, you got to be hungry.”
Be hungry for success, follow your dreams, and watch them become your reality.
Start this journey with me, and perhaps maybe one day we’ll together get to a point where we can live our dreams, and you know to where beyond.
Mark Star, download the codes, fork the repositories, and work on them to get the basic Practical knowledge of Machine Learning.
Bio: Arpit Bhushan Sharma (B.Tech, 2016–2020) Electrical & Electronics Engineering, KIET Group of Institutions Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh, India. | Project Manager — Project4jungle | Chief Organising Officer — Waco | Project Manager — Edusmith | Student Member R10 IEEE | Student Member PES | Voice: +91 8445726929 | E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org