Siraj Raval built an app called VectorFunnel that automatically scores leads for marketing & sales teams! I used React for the frontend, Node.js for the backend, PostgreSQL for the database, and Tensorflow.js for scoring each lead in an excel spreadsheet.
From the video description:
I’ve built an app called NeuralFund that uses Tensorflow 2.0 to make automated investment decisions. I used Tensorflow 2.0 to train a transformer network on time series data that i downloaded using the Yahoo Finance API. Then, I used Tensorflow Serving + Flask to create a simple web app around it. I’ll explain what the important parts you should know in Tensorflow 2.0 are, then I’ll guide you through my code & thought process of building an AI startup using it. Enjoy!
By the way, the code for this video is available on GitHub.
Siraj Raval explores the ins and outs of PyTorch, deep learning, and entrepreneurship in his latest video.
Siraj Raval explores how to build an AI startup in 2019.
- Cognilytica is amazing!(04:00)
- All chatbots are dumb – for now. (09:00)
- Machine Learning vs. Machine Reasoning (11:30)
- The DIKUW Pyramid (11:55)
- More about Knowledge Graph… (14:00)
- More about Common Sense… (15:00)
- On generalization (16:05)
- ML and the Elephant in the Room (16:22)
- Movie reference: Guardians of the Galaxy (17:00)
- How did the AI Today podcast get started? (18:00)
- AI Today podcast with Dragos Margineantu, AI Chief Technologist at Boeing (19:44)
- Is AI retro? (22:50)
- Movie Reference: Short Circuit (23:30)
- Did you find data or did data find you? (025:00)
- Tech Breakfast DC (28:30)
- AOL plug (31:25)
- What’s your favorite part of your current gig? (32:00)
- More about pseudo-AI… (33:45)
- Shout-out to Brent Ozar (just not by name) (38:00)
- When I’m not working, I enjoy ___? (39:45)
- I think the coolest thing in technology is ___? (41:12)
- Bubble programming language (42:15)
- I look forward to the day when I can use technology to ___. (45:00)
- “Don’t overshare…” (46:30)
- The loneliest people (47:00)
- Warning: Do not watch movies while driving. (48:30)
- Also, eating tacos while driving is difficult. (49:00)
- “Lefties are alright…” – Kathleen (49:30)
- Ron may be a pool shark. (51:30)
- Ron and Kathleen write for TechTarget and Forbes. (53:00)
- Ron’s book recommendation: Hackers: Heroes of the Computer Revolution (56:00)
- Kathleen’s book recommendation: My Not-So-Perfect Life (57:00)
- Kathleen’s other book recommendation: The Glass Castle (57:40)
- You can glamp at Sandy River in Farmville (1:00:00)
I had blogged about Comma.ai‘s interesting, low-cost approach to self-driving cars before. But here’s a more in-depth interview with the founder, George Hotz, who has an interesting history of hardware hacking.
Things are about to get interesting.
Every single time I find myself on the Beltway (or I-95) I really long for the day that I can relax rather than focus on how ridiculous traffic is the DC area.
Maybe, there’s hope thanks to this startup in Vegas.