Want to search images of clothes which have text on them? Then this project talks through how we can classify an image whether it has text on it or not. For this we use state of the model called as inception and try and deepdive into how it works on our dataset
In this machine learning project, we will use binary leaf images and extracted features, including shape, margin, and texture to accurately identify plant species using different benchmark classification techniques.
The project will use rasa NLU for the Intent classifier, spacy for entity tagging, and mongo dB as the DB. The project will incorporate slot filling and context management and will be supporting the following intent and entities. Intents : product_info | ask_price|cancel_order Entities : product_name|location|order id The project will demonstrate how to generate data on the fly, annotate using framework and how to process those for different pieces of training as discussed above .
Estimating churners before they discontinue using a product or service is extremely important. In this ML project, you will develop a churn prediction model in telecom to predict customers who are most likely subject to churn.
One of the broadest uses of Snowflake is building a data warehouse platform or enhancing the existing data lake. It offers all sorts of services to build an efficient Data warehouse with ETL capability and support for various external data partners. Slowly Changing dimensions are a common database modeling technique used to capture data in a table and show how it changes over time. The slowly changing dimension of the warehouse dimension is said to rarely change. However, when they change, there should be a systematic approach to capturing that change. Examples of SCDs are customer and products information. This project explains how to build a Slowly Changing Dimension (SCD) using Snowflake’s Stream functionality and how to automate the process using Snowflake’s Task functionality.