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we can use the original GNMT architecture without modification

So we’ve condensed tens of thousands of NMT models into a single model that is able to translate to and from any language it was trained on. The paper elaborates on the implications and benefits of this more than I will, but to summarize:

our network automatically knows how to translate English → French

Expanding on that last point some more: the authors of the paper even found evidence of an interlingua , or an intermediate representation that is shared by multiple languages. Being able to learn an interlingua is the ideal end goal to create a fully generalized multilingual NMT: we learn an encoder/decoder to convert to/from the interlingua for each language, and we immediately know how to translate to and from that language. We aren’t quite there yet, but this is a major step in that direction. Creating a larger multilingual NMT model and giving it even more data could be all it takes to achieve new state-of-the-art translation results.

RNNs are pretty awesome. There are new RNN papers published literally every day and it’s impossible to cover everything — if you think I missed something important, definitely AllhqFashion Womens Split Toe Buckle Cow Leather Solid Lowheels Sandals Gold x4ndcjcsK
. (From Rohan: Except Neural Turing Machines and Learning to Learn. Those are dope, we know it, and we’re going to be covering them soon!)

Let’s get practical for a minute and see how we can build one of these things in practice. We’ll stick with char-rnn (the single layer character level language model we talked about much earlier) with raw numpy so we can see the nitty-gritty details, but if you’re using one of these in practice there are much better solutions! For out-of-the-box functional deep learning models Keras is the de facto framework that people seem to use. For more creative models and all kinds of other fancy stuff I’m a fan of the newly-released PyTorch , or the “older” TensorFlow .

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line by line so we can see exactly what’s going on. It’s really well-commented, so feel free to peruse it on your own too.

Afterwards, I challenge you to code an LSTM!

import numpy as np

Well, duh.

data = open(‘input.txt’, ‘r’).read()chars = list(set(data))data_size, vocab_size = len(data), len(chars)print ‘data has %d characters, %d unique.’ % (data_size, vocab_size)char_to_ix = { ch:i for i,ch in enumerate(chars) }ix_to_char = { i:ch for i,ch in enumerate(chars) }

We load in our data and get a list of all of the characters that appear in it. We set up two dictionaries: one mapping characters to an index, and one for the reverse. We’ll use this when converting characters to/from a one-hot encoding later on.

hidden_size = 100seq_length = 25learning_rate = 1e-1

The moment took just a few seconds but for her family and for Maya, it was a momentous journey.

Her mother, Ann Tisdale, told ABC News Wednesday that Maya was born four months early at 26 weeks and weighed 1 pound, 10 ounces at birth. Her fighting spirit in the NICU earned her the nickname "Mighty Miss Maya" among family and friends.

Before she turned 2 years old, however, Maya was diagnosed with spastic diplegia cerebral palsy.

This specific type of cerebral palsy caused "the muscles in her hips, legs and feet to be tight or spastic" and left her "unable to stand on her own for more than a few seconds, or walk without the use of walker," the family's website said .

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Tisdale said that despite the diagnosis, Maya remained very independent, wanting to do everything that her two older brothers did.

"We're always trying to help her and she always says, 'No, I can do it!'" she said. "She doesn't need or want help to do things. She's going to try to do it herself."

Tisdale said that although Maya had been using the assistance of a walker since she was 1, Maya really desired to walk independently.

So, in May, after much research and appointments, her family traveled with her to St. Louis Children's Hospital in Missouri, where she underwent a surgical procedure called Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy.

According to the family's website , the surgery was intended to "permanently reduce Maya's spasticity, giving her the ability to live with less pain and greater mobility."

Tisdale said after the surgery, Maya's doctor had told them that she'd be able to walk "someday" but not without grueling, daily physical therapy.

So watching Maya walk -- just a smidge past seven weeks postsurgery -- left her family in shock and disbelief.

"We expected where Maya was before surgery that it would take her at least six months to a year to get to independent steps and here we are seven weeks after. ... She's just kind of blowing it out of the water," Tisdale said.

While she celebrated this joyous moment for her daughter, Tisdale said Maya had a "long road of learning" ahead of her.

"Maya still has CP (cerebral palsy). She still has the damage in her brain and she still has some tightness in her legs. ... She's going to continue with physical therapy five days a week, just like we've been doing, and get stronger and practice her skill of walking," she said. "But to just to have those first steps and knowing that it's possible is so great for her and our family."

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We often wish a transfer function where H ( ω ) 1 for 0 ω ω p and H ( ω ) 0 for ω s ω π for given constants ω p , ω s . One possible formulation for achieving this is

minimize t subject to 0 H ( ω ) ω [ 0 , π ] 1 δ H ( ω ) 1 + δ ω [ 0 , ω p ] H ( ω ) t ω [ ω s , π ] ,

which corresponds to minimizing H ( w ) on the interval [ ω s , π ] while allowing H ( w ) to depart from unity by a small amount δ on the interval [ 0 , ω p ] . Using the results from Sec. 6.2.7 (Nonnegative trigonometric polynomials) (in particular Adidas Mens C76733 RG III Energy Boost Athletic Shoes Clear Sky / Altitude / Running White znr4Lf
, (6.32) and (6.33) ), we can pose this as a conic optimization problem

Ahhh, the subtle racism of lowered expectations. I’m sorry but education is designed, or should be, to create the most prepared students possible. Universities should not be diploma factories or tools for social engineering. Identity politics should have no no bearing on these matters. The truth is, not everyone should get a degree and it’s also not inherently true that degrees should be handed out equally among all groups in proportion to their population or even enrollment. Sometimes it is best for the student to actually pursue other opportunities and not being able to pass Algebra 2 seems like a very good indication that this is the case and a relatively harmless way to weed out people who will likely fail before they go into too much debt. There is NO indication that these people who fail Algebra 2 would otherwise go on to graduate. Lowering standards so that everyone can pass is a good way to make diplomas even less valuable.

The dumbing down of America continues. This is why the rest of the world is excelling and we are falling behind. Math is hard, it's supposed to be push-ups for the brain. There is a huge difference between people who understand math and those who don't . Why stop at math, let's ban foreign languages and reading and any other challenges free liberal arts degrees for everyone. Read some of the biographies of … Read More

The dumbing down of America continues. This is why the rest of the world is excelling and we are falling behind. Math is hard, it’s supposed to be push-ups for the brain. There is a huge difference between people who understand math and those who don’t . Why stop at math, let’s ban foreign languages and reading and any other challenges free liberal arts degrees for everyone. Read some of the biographies of our founding fathers and memorable leaders sometime. Today’s average liberal arts college graduate couldn’t hold a candle to the scholars of times past.

They couldn’t perform to standard and were placed in remedial classes. if they don’t want to go through that process, show up at college with some real skills instead of a worthless high school diploma that you received through social promotion,

If students can’t pass a high school level course, why are they in college?

The picture at the top of the article is calculus……..

The same argument could be used for almost every college course. I have not been asked to write a thesis sentence since freshman English. I have not needed to know anything about world history, political science, geology, etc. Why not let everyone choose what they want to do for the rest of their life when they are 12 years old and then just teach them what they need for that profession? Because that is not … Read More

The same argument could be used for almost every college course. I have not been asked to write a thesis sentence since freshman English. I have not needed to know anything about world history, political science, geology, etc. Why not let everyone choose what they want to do for the rest of their life when they are 12 years old and then just teach them what they need for that profession? Because that is not the purpose of an education and very few people stay in the same field for their entire life. An education, especially a college education, provides a basis for learning throughout your entire life. The problem that the author poses at the end of the article should be solvable by an 8th grader. Why would you not expect a college student to solve it?

I would suggest that most degrees that don’t need an understanding of “intermediate algebra” aren’t worth the money required to obtain them. These students would be much better off becoming tradesmen (carpenters, plumbers, etc) although even they need to know basic mathematics. No wonder people expect to earn a living wage at a fast food restaurant. If they won’t put in the effort to do something that may be hard for them (algebra) why should anyone hire them for a meaningful job. I wouldn’t.

I see: The way to bridge the equity gap in math skills is to tell CSU students there is no gap, and that they don’t need algebra in the real world, then push them headfirst into the gap. That will make things equal.

Algebra is not intended to be used outside the classroom unless you are a STEM major. Algebra is intended to change the student’s thought process, in order to think in an abstract manner, which is antithetical to common sense.

Algebra is the foundation of basically everything after arithmetic.

Show me a statistics class that doesn’t contain any algebra and I’ll show you a statistics class that is nowhere near as “rigorous” as the author claims it to be.

The article is correct in that the polynomial solving techniques from intermediate algebra have no association with statistics. But that does not mean that every student is prepared for a college level statistics course. At our college, we teach pre-statistics that includes topics such as number sense, writing intervals in various forms and set operations to properly prepare students. Equation solving is restricted to determining a cut-off scores. Having said that, students also need to … Read More

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