Watch Siraj Raval build tool for teachers that automatically grades and validates essays using modified versions of popular language models, specifically BERT and GPT-2.

From the description:

It’s called EssayBrain and I built it using the Python programming language, as well Flask, Tensorflow.js, Tensorflow, D3.js, CopyLeaks, Stripe, and Firebase. In this video tutorial, i’ll guide you through my process as I build this project. The code is open source and I’ll link to it below. Use it as inspiration to start your own profitable business in this space. We’ve got to upgrade education, and with the power of technology anyone anywhere can create a viable engineering solution that creates a positive impact. Enjoy!

Code: https://github.com/llSourcell/Watch-Me-Build-an-Education-Startup

Recently, I was on the Workforce Show new segment “Breaking the AI Code” hosted by Swathi Young. Press the play button below to listen here or visit the show page.

Frank La Vigne works at Microsoft as an AI Technology Solutions Professional where he helps companies achieve more by getting the most out of their data with analytics and AI. He also co-hosts the DataDriven podcast. He blogs regularly at FranksWorld.com and you can watch him on his YouTube channel, “Frank’s World TV” (FranksWorld.TV). Frank has extensive experience as a software engineer. You can find him on Twitter at @tableteer

A lot has changed since I earned my degree in Computer Science, but the fundamentals like math and set theory have remained relatively constant. Ironically, I was student who loathed math for most of my academic career or at least I thought I did. I enjoyed Discrete Mathematics and Set Theory.

In truth, Computer Science majors have to learn a different kind of math compared to most other majors (except of course math majors). These branches of math are critical for those looking to go into research in fields like computer science, AI, or even pure mathematical research.

Press the play button below to listen here or visit the show page at DataDriven.tv

Show Notes

Recently, this post of the Best Jobs in the US came across my news feed.Note that “Data Scientist” has been knocked out of first place by “Machine Learning Engineer.” This title didn’t even exist a few years ago.So then, how do we prepare kids for the future of work when the jobs don’t exist yet. Simple: you prepare them with the fundamentals.As I recorded this show, I was joined by a distinguished guest rather by surprise. See, anything can happen on a live stream!Check out his coding camp’s website at http://fairhavencodingcamp.com and if you live in the DC area, sign up your middle/high schooler today!