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How to read machine learning research-papers? | Applied AI Course
Bianca Aguglia 1. Fast scan of the paper. 2. Careful reading. Trying to understand the logic of the paper using your current level of knowledge. 3. Working out the things not understood in step 2. 4. Question the choices made by the author of the paper. Argue with the paper. 5. Full fledged understanding. Implement the paper. Read the abstract. What problem is the paper trying to solve? Read other sources (blog posts, Wikipedia, etc) to understand the tools and techniques used in the paper. ** Mark the things you don’t understand. Decide if it’s a paper you really want to understand so you can implement it. If yes, move on to step 3. Work out the advanced math. Read other research papers. Take notes and work out the problems yourself. Explain the paper to someone else (or yourself) Are there better choices? Are there errors in the paper?

How to Read a Research Paper
Ever wondered how I consume research so fast? I'm going to describe the process i use to read lots of machine learning research papers fast and efficiently. It's basically a 3-pass approach, i'll go over the details and show you the extra resources I use to learn these advanced topics. You don't have to be a PhD, anyone can read research papers. It just takes practice and patience.

Research to Code - Machine Learning tutorial
A lot of times, research papers don't have an associated codebase that you can browse and run yourself. In cases like that, you'll have to code up the paper yourself. That is easier said than done, and in this video i'll show you how you should read and dissect a research paper so you can quickly implement it programmatically. The paper we'll be implementing in this video is called Neural Style transfer, that applies artistic filters to an image using 3 loss functions. Its a great starting point, i'll demo it using code, animations, and math. Enjoy!

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