*Finally managed to make some time to write a blog post this term. Looking forward to getting back into blogging more frequently. Introduction Ian Goodfellow introduced GANs in 2014, and since then they have shown incredible quality in the generation of images. How do GANs work? GANs consist of two competing networks - a generator … Continue reading Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs) for Text using word2vec: Part 1
Progress Report As part of our work on Alice, we investigated the practicability and usability of two different smart assistants - Alexa and Google Assistant. We decided to proceed with Google Assistant for our project because of Android’s global availability and the ease of transferring our agent to other platforms, including Alexa, if we use … Continue reading Using A DialogFlow Chat Agent to Aid Alzheimer’s Patients: Part 1
Introduction I was fascinated by Zipf's Law when I came across it on a VSauce video. It is an empirical law that states that the frequency of occurrence of a word in a large text corpus is inversely proportional to its rank in its frequency table. The frequency distribution will resemble a Pareto distribution … Continue reading Does Zipf’s Law Apply to Alzheimer’s Patients?