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  1. In this mini-experiment, I build a classifier that finds if the person(s) in a given image are happy or not.

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  2. A JIRA Bot that can train a machine learning model and comment related JIRA IDs on a list of JIRA issues.

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  3. This repo contains my notes and learnings, as well as the code that goes with it. All the things are related to AI.

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  4. A simple twitter bot that runs on raspberry pi and could return its IP address and more info.

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  5. Multiple approaches tried for Object classification on Caltech 101 Dataset

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    ### Troubleshooting Convolutional Neural Networks 
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    This is a list of hacks gathered primarily from prior experiences as well as online sources (most notably [Stanford's CS231n](http://cs231n.github.io/) course notes) on how to troubleshoot the performance of a convolutional neural network . We will focus mainly on supervised learning using deep neural networks. While this guide assumes the user is coding in Python3.6 using tensorflow (TF), it can still be helpful as a language agnostic guide.
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