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Privacy and Machine Learning: Concerns and Possible Solutions

AI and its applications are here to stay, even if they bring with them new challenges, as their advantages seem to outweigh the risks. However, in the light of latest controversies and concerns over privacy breach by social companies, the efforts to ensure privacy of users need to be redoubled. Arjun Bahuguna discusses the solutions that manage the vulnerabilities of machine learning and instead leverages its strength to guard information privacy.

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An Attentive Sequence Model for Adverse Drug Event Extraction from Biomedical Text

Adverse reaction caused by drugs is a potentially dangerous problem which may lead to mortality and morbidity in patients. Adverse Drug Event (ADE) extraction is a significant problem in biomedical research. We model ADE extraction as a Question-Answering problem and take inspiration from Machine Reading Comprehension (MRC) literature, to design our model. Our objective in…

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Deep Learning Diaries: Building Custom Layers in Keras

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There are many deep learning libraries available, some are more popular than the others, and some get used for very specific tasks.  Abhai Kollara discusses the merits of Keras and walks us through various examples of its uses and functionalities. He also compares it with some of the popular libraries. Natural Language Processing or Computer…

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Deep Learning and Context Based Intelligent Search

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Enterprises have a treasure trove of content in the form of Word documents, pdfs, emails, text files etc . Finding valuable information in these unstructured data has always been difficult. Traditional enterprise search engines have always been about creating indexes for all the words or phrases in the documents and using it to search and…

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