brain of mat kelcey...

the map interpretation of attention

August 19, 2020 at 10:30 AM | categories: talk, three_strikes_rule

a talk i did at melbourne ml/ai on how attention mechanism can be interpretated as a form of differentiable map. check out the recording!

measuring baseline random performance for an N way classifier

April 11, 2020 at 12:34 PM | categories: short_tute, three_strikes_rule

quick example code of a simple way to gauge baseline random performance.

deriving class_weights from validation data

March 03, 2020 at 06:00 PM | categories: short_tute, three_strikes_rule

quick example code demoing a way to derive class_weights from performance on validation data. this can often speed training up.

initing the biases in a classifer to closer match training data

February 27, 2020 at 12:00 PM | categories: short_tute, three_strikes_rule

some code showing how you can init the bias of classifier to match the base distribution of your training data.

popular posts...

ensemble nets : training ensembles as a single model using jax on a tpu pod slice(sept 2020)

bnn : counting bees with a rasp pi (may 2018)

drivebot : learning to do laps with reinforcement learning and neural nets (feb 2016)

wikipedia philosophy : do all first links on wikipedia lead to philosophy? (aug 2011)

cartpole++ : deep RL hacking with a complex 3d cart pole environment (aug 2016)

malmomo : deep RL hacking on minecraft with malmo (jan 2017)

some papers from my time at google research / brain...

my honours thesis

the co-evolution of cooperative behaviour (1997) evolving neural nets with genetic algorithms for communication problems.

old projects...