The topology of data

The paper that I wish to discuss today is An Introduction to Topological Data Analysis: fundamental and practical aspects for data scientists, by Frederic Chazal and Bertrand Michel. Topological data analysis is an exciting new field, and this paper can be understood by people from a wide range of backgrounds. Notation: For this paper, denotesContinue reading “The topology of data”

Deep Learning through bad analogies

The paper that I will be reviewing today is Deep Learning by YeCun, Bengio and Hilton. It was published in Nature in 2015, and is one of the most highly cited papers in the field with 16,750 citations. The authors of the paper went on to win the Turing Award in 2018. I did notContinue reading “Deep Learning through bad analogies”