CardioAI

Disorders of the heart and blood vessels are a leading cause of mortality in most countries around the world. Many of those diseases can be diagnosed using ECG, which is a simple and cost-effective tool to measure the activity of the heart. Since the development of this technology over a century ago, many improvements have […]

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The Limitations of AI Large Language Models: Why Human Intelligence is Still Essential

In 2017, researchers at Google published a paper that proposed a novel neural network architecture for sequence modeling. That architecture is known as the Transformer. The Generative Pretrained Transformer (GPT) and Bidirectional Encoder Representations from Transformers (BERT) are the two most well-known types of transformers. In our article “ChatGPT: The Revolutionary Language Model Taking the

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ChatGPT: The Revolutionary Language Model Taking the World by Storm

“The best artificial intelligence chatbot ever released to the general public“, “Google killer“, and “Mind-blowing AI Chatbot” – such terms are beginning to appear in the media about ChatGPT, which has become a topic of conversation around the world. “ChatGPT was estimated to have reached 100 million monthly active users just two months after launch,

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Marketing Mix Modeling - czy Robyn by Meta zautomatyzował MMM?

Robyn is an open source project by Meta that aims (at least to some extent) to automate Marketing Mix Modeling. According to the authors, its goal is to, among other things, exclude human error and analyst subjectivity. In this article, I would like to describe its most important functions and share my own opinion on whether

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Akt o sztucznej inteligencji – rewolucja czy ewolucja biznesu?

The European Union is recently working on a new legal act regulating artificial intelligence. Experts predict that the adoption of this regulation will cause a similar revolution to the one triggered by the implementation of GDPR to the business practice. Is this actually going to happen? Is every entrepreneur going to be made to adapt

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Speed up Python with Numba

In the last article, I discussed which Python design decisions limit its performance. In this writing, I will demonstrate the Numba package that addresses those limitations to provide high-speed performance for specific use cases, particularly when speeding up functions performing computations on the Numpy’s ndarrays. “Numba is a just-in-time compiler for Python that works best on code that uses NumPy

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Why is Python slow?

In this series of articles, I present some Python features that cause the execution time to be extended and some popular workarounds to make your code run faster. In the first part, I explain why Python is slower than low-level languages such as C or C++ and other high-level languages like Java or C#. Let’s

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