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This is my attempt to write and explain using my own words the paper published in Elsevier in 2019. This paper discusses the limitations and applications of artificial intelligence with respect to clinical interpretation of chest radiograph. Here is a link to the paper:

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30704666/

Recognition and appreciation

Special appreciations to the authors of the paper: K. Kallianos, J. Mongan, S. Antani, T. Henry, A. Taylor, J. Abuya, M. Kohli

Disclaimer

If you do not know why I am doing this, you can read my previous article that meticulously tries to explain the purpose of this article.

Table of Contents
1. Recognition and appreciation
2. Introduction
3. Applications…


This is my attempt to write and explain using my own words the joint paper from Google Brain and Cornell University published in NIPS 2019. The paper discussed the central questions of transfer learning. Here is a link to the paper:

https://arxiv.org/abs/1902.07208

Disclaimer

If you do not know why I am doing this, you can read my previous article that meticulously tries to explain the purpose of this article.

Recognition and appreciation

If I have seen further, it is by standing on the shoulders of giants. Special appreciations to the authors of the paper: Maithra Raghu, Chiyuan Zhang. Jon Kleinberg and Samy Bengio.

For your notice

I was…


“When defining genius, it’s also important to realize this is a status that is never fully reached. Instead, it is something to aspire to.”- I. C. Robledo, The Secret Principles of Genius: The Key to Unlocking Your Hidden Genius Potential.

Two months ago, I wrote about my failed attempt at becoming a genius and how I have chosen to embrace success. However, a part of me still badly wants to be one. This time, I have chosen to do it differently. Rather than actively pursuing wealth, fame or other mundane things, I have chosen a life of total service…


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Who is the busiest person in the world?

History is peppered with names of inspiring geniuses, written on the sands of time, who became catalyst of innovation and evolution. These geniuses existed with a splendid nature of diversity. While some appeared in overly large lab coat with the habitude of pushing their oversized glasses down their nose and index finger under their nose, others existed as prodigy in mathematics, performing complex calculations in thanos snap. The other variants, which are rarely spoken of, are completely normal and happy people. …


You make a living by what you get. You make a life by what you give.

There are different levels in volunteering. While some give their time, skills and resources, others do not mind giving their money. In the recently concluded ALC 4.0, I met with the “others”: a group of relentless volunteers that are uber-passionate about building the technical pipeline of talents in Africa. These are the Learning Community Ambassadors (LCAs). These are my Heroes.

Preface

The Andela Learning Community (ALC) is a network of people, technologists and tech enthusiasts across Africa dedicated to learning how to use technology to solve humanity’s problems. The ALC facilitates learning through the aid of guided mentorship from super…


#Rule 1: Everybody is disabled, just in different ways

The inspiration behind this article is my friend, Monica Ghaliwa, the first female visually impaired journalist in Sierra Leone. Having met with her at the Young African Leaders Initiative Cohort 14, which was held in the city of Accra, I blatantly felt her desire to change Africa and the narrative about persons living with disability.


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With my mind’s eye I see a world full of limitless possibilities: A world were learning is effortless for some balmy reasons; a world were reading becomes a culture and a way of existence. This is a new dawn that we must embrace. This is the future of education.

In order to achieve a better and more sustainable future, I constantly try to create an inclusive and equitable quality education, promoting lifelong learning opportunities for all groups in the world. I have since come up with various innovations and innovative ideas to help speed up learning and quality education…


This article is the second part in the series — Mastering Web Scraping with Python. If you did not read the first part, you can start from below.

Series Intermission

  • Mastering Web Scraping with Python — Introduction part 1
  • Mastering Web Scraping with Python — Introduction part 2 (you are here)
  • Mastering Web Scraping with Python — Intermediate part 1
  • Mastering Web Scraping with Python — Intermediate part 2
  • Mastering Web Scraping with Python — Advanced part 1
  • Mastering Web Scraping with Python — Advanced part 2

Previously on Web Scraping…

In the previous intermission, we learnt about the various libraries such as beautiful soup, requests…


Web scraping, also known as screen scraping, data mining, web data extracting or web harvesting; is a method of extracting large amounts of data from a website. The extracted data are then analysed bringing out deductions and inferences from the data.

Preface

I watched an Udemy course on “Web Scraping with Python: BeautifulSoup, Requests and Selenium” by Waqar Ahmed. …


Babies are the cutest everrr. Aren’t they?

It’s a common rule of thumb to forget the story and celebrate the glory. Without mincing words, no one is interested in your merciless drudgery or the amount of time you put in getting things done. The shame-shamble history repeats itself; we all want to be celebrated. Most of the time, we are aware that some lies must be carefully crafted for a success story to evolve. We know this, yet we choose to live in a world of perfection where the seeming rules of success are disavowed by mere mortals.

We live in a world were the idea…

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