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An online deep learning course for humanists

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Project Description

This is my Google Summer of Code 2019 Project with Red Hen Lab.

The Project goal is to design and develops an online course, to teach deep learning for students in the humanities and social sciences. The course will contain basic deep learning theory and labs case studies from multimodal communication.

Project Mentors: Francis Steen, Mark Turner and Rajesh Kasturirangan.

Slides

All the course slide can be found at this directory.

Lesson1-Introduction

Keynote

Keynote Content

  • Application of deep learning
  • What is Artificial Intelligence?
  • What is Machine Learning?
  • What is Deep Learning?
  • Limitation of deep learning

Lesson2-perceptron & Multilayer perceptron

Keynote

Keynote Content

  • Logic-gate neurons
  • Neuron-like perceptron
  • Neurons are more powerful
  • Color Factory
  • Multilayer perceptron
    • Why is the middle layer called a hidden layer?
    • Activation functions
    • Commonly used activation functions
    • Why must the activation functions be non-linear?
  • Forward Propagation
  • Example: Handwritten Digits Recognition

Lesson3-Training Neural Networks

Keynote

Content

  • Loss function
  • Gradient Descent
    • What is Gradient Descent?
    • Simple Example
    • Avoid Overshooting
    • Challenges: Local Minima

Lesson4-Backpropagation

Keynote

Content

  • Compute Graph
    • Example
    • Local Compute
    • Compute Graph Advantage
  • The Chain Rule
  • Compute graph & Chain Rule
  • Back propagation
    • Back propagation of addition nodes
    • Back propagation of multiplication nodes
    • Back propagation of ReLU
    • Back propagation of Sigmoid
  • Application
    • Exercise 1
    • Exercise 2
  • Summary

Lesson5-CNNs

Keynote

Content

  • A Brief History of CNNs
  • Why we need CNNs?
  • The Structure of CNNs
  • Convolution operation
  • Padding Stride
  • Convolution
  • Pooling
  • Some typical CNNs
  • Example: Dog or Cat?

Lesson6-RNNs

keynote

content

  • Sequence modeling
  • Deep forward neural networks vs Recurrent neural networks
  • Recurrent neural networks
  • The Problems Of RNNs
  • LSTM networks
  • Application of RNNs

Lesson7-Neural Network Zoo

keynote

Course Outline

Chapter 0 Background Knowledge

Programming

Math

  • basic matrix, calculus, and statistics.

Chapter 1 Introduction

  • What is artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning and their relationship?
  • Environment Setup Anaconda, TensorFlow and Jupyter Lab.

Chapter 2 Perceptron

Perceptron: foundation block of Neural Network

  • How do we learn? (Biological neuron model)
  • How can machine learn? (Artificial neural->Perceptron)

Iris Classification Example

  • Question and Dataset
  • Linear Classifier
  • Implement a perceptron

Chapter 3 Multilayer Perceptron (deep feedforward networks)

The architecture of Multilayer perceptron

  • Nodes
  • Input/Output
  • Layer
    • Input Layer
    • Output Layer
    • Hidden Layer: Why we call it hidden layer
  • Connection
    • Fully connected
  • Weights

Activation function

  • What is Activation function?
  • The common active function

Design Output Layer

  • Regression and classification

Chapter 4 Forward Propagation

Forward Process

Matrixs

  • What is Matrix
  • Multiplying Matrixs

Apply Matrix to Neural Network computation

  • Apply Matrix to Neural Network computation

Design the Output Layer

  • Design the Output Layer

Why we use None-linearities activation function?

Chapter 5 Learning: Training Neural Networks

Loss function

  • How well does the neural network predict: Loss Function
    • Example

    • Loss function: Mean Squared Error

    • Why we use squared error instead of raw error?

      The empirical loss measures the total loss over the dataset. Loss function is a function of the Weight.

Learning to minimize error: Gradient Descent method

  • Gradient Descent
    • Minimize error
    • What is Gradient Descent?
      • Greedy algorithm
      • Like Hiking Down a Mountain
      • Simple Example
      • Local minimum

Back Propagation

  • Compute Graph
  • Chain Rule
  • Back Propagation

The error is propagated backwards to the other layers.

Physical Experiment

  • Each student acted as a Neuron
  • Mock Forward Propagation
  • Mock Backward Propagation

Chapter 6 Make your own neural network to classify handwritten digitals

In this chapter, the student will learn how to teach the computer to classify handwritten digits by using MNIST dataset in Python.

DataSet: The dataset I choose for this part is MNIST(Modified National Institute of Standards and Technology) dataset, which has a training set of 60,000 examples, and a test set of 10,000 examples. It is a subset of a larger set available from NIST(National Institute of Standards and Technology) which gives data set of over 800,000 images of handwritten digits from 3,600 writers. The digits have been size-normalized and centered in a fixed-size image.

Reference

Dataset and Content

Broader Discussion

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