Responsible research: configuration version-controlled

The term Responsible Research is often used to describe an ethical research process taking into consideration of its potential environmental or social impact. However, in this post, I will use this term in a completely different meaning, which is somewhat related to Reproducible Research in computational science. “Reproducible Research” has created such a buzz that the online course taking platform Coursera even has a dedicated course for it.

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Revisiting machine learning 1: overfitting

After having written 4 posts to practice my blog writing skill, I decided to move on to more complicated subjects. This research was done at the same period (last Christmas) as my Pokémon posts, right after Andrew Ng’s talk in NIPS 2016. By the way, I find it particularly worthwhile to attend these kinds of conferences, though I had to pay for the entrance myself.

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