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WEEKLY SHOW!! Mondays at 9am pacific / 12pm eastern The Janis Underwood Show - Unleashing the Creator Within...For Real! Each week Janis will delve into her Life Creator System, empowering listeners to create life experiences that promote self growth and give them the keys to a more healthy way of relating...all in the name of creating a kinder, more loving world. In this hit show you will learn about relationships, energetics, NLP, mind and body communication, perception, intuition and much ...
 
Smart machines based upon the principles of artificial intelligence and machine learning are now prevalent in our everyday life. For example, artificially intelligent systems recognize our voices, sort our pictures, make purchasing suggestions, and can automatically fly planes and drive cars. In this podcast series, we examine such questions such as: How do these devices work? Where do they come from? And how can we make them even smarter and more human-like? These are the questions that wil ...
 
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In this episode of Learning Machines 101, we review Chapter 6 of my book “Statistical Machine Learning” which introduces methods for analyzing the behavior of machine inference algorithms and machine learning algorithms as dynamical systems. We show that when dynamical systems can be viewed as special types of optimization algorithms, the behavior …
 
This particular podcast covers the material from Chapter 5 of my new book “Statistical Machine Learning: A unified framework” which is now available! The book chapter shows how matrix calculus is very useful for the analysis and design of both linear and nonlinear learning machines with lots of examples. We discuss how to use the matrix chain rule …
 
The main focus of this particular episode covers the material in Chapter 4 of my new forthcoming book titled “Statistical Machine Learning: A unified framework.” Chapter 4 is titled “Linear Algebra for Machine Learning. Many important and widely used machine learning algorithms may be interpreted as linear machines and this chapter shows how to use…
 
This particular podcast covers the material in Chapter 3 of my new book “Statistical Machine Learning: A unified framework” with expected publication date May 2020. In this episode we discuss Chapter 3 of my new book which discusses how to formally define machine learning algorithms. Briefly, a learning machine is viewed as a dynamical system that …
 
This particular podcast covers the material in Chapter 2 of my new book “Statistical Machine Learning: A unified framework” with expected publication date May 2020. In this episode we discuss Chapter 2 of my new book, which discusses how to represent knowledge using set theory notation. Chapter 2 is titled “Set Theory for Concept Modeling”.…
 
This particular podcast covers the material in Chapter 1 of my new (unpublished) book “Statistical Machine Learning: A unified framework”. In this episode we discuss Chapter 1 of my new book, which shows how supervised, unsupervised, and reinforcement learning algorithms can be viewed as special cases of a general empirical risk minimization framew…
 
This particular podcast (Episode 78 of Learning Machines 101) is the initial episode in a new special series of episodes designed to provide commentary on a new book that I am in the process of writing. In this episode we discuss books, software, courses, and podcasts designed to help you become a machine learning expert! For more information, chec…
 
In this 77th episode of www.learningmachines101.com , we explain the proper semantic interpretation of the Bayesian Information Criterion (BIC) and emphasize how this semantic interpretation is fundamentally different from AIC (Akaike Information Criterion) model selection methods. Briefly, BIC is used to estimate the probability of the training da…
 
In this episode, we explain the proper semantic interpretation of the Akaike Information Criterion (AIC) and the Generalized Akaike Information Criterion (GAIC) for the purpose of picking the best model for a given set of training data. The precise semantic interpretation of these model selection criteria is provided, explicit assumptions are provi…
 
In this episode, we explore the question of what can computers do as well as what computers can’t do using the Turing Machine argument. Specifically, we discuss the computational limits of computers and raise the question of whether such limits pertain to biological brains and other non-standard computing machines. This episode is dedicated to the …
 
In this episode we will learn how to use “rules” to represent knowledge. We discuss how this works in practice and we explain how these ideas are implemented in a special architecture called the production system. The challenges of representing knowledge using rules are also discussed. Specifically, these challenges include: issues of feature repre…
 
Wow! What an amazing gift this show has been. Today we are looking back on this incredible 6 month journey. We'll be exploring what was, what wasn't, and the timeless nature of creativity. Janis and her guest, Krista Kilbane, will share their insights and stories about navigating through the unexpected twists and turns of the self growth journey. G…
 
How come I still feel bad even though Ive done a lot of work? Youve been to healers, therapists, psychics, shamans but still feel there is something missing in your life. It's simple. It's time to step into the Divine you. Our guest today, healer and psychotherapist, Krista Kilbane, understands your journey and how hard it can be to align with the …
 
The experience of traumatic memory can often include descriptions of symptoms that mimic what mainstream psychology calls schizophrenia or psychosis. People with these experiences often describe the ability to see and interact with ghosts and visually animated images. They experience psychic abilities like pre-cognition, telepathy, feeling energy, …
 
Change happens, but what happens to your creative nature when loss strikes? What's normal? What's not? Today we have resiliency, change and loss coach Teresa Bitner on the show to answer these questions. Teresa is the author of the new book Soul Love: How a Dog Taught Me to Breathe Again.This book is a must read journey through loss and healing. Te…
 
In this episode, Janis will share stories about an important part of her session work, the honoring of a soul's incarnation. Over the years, she has been called to honor and share gratitude for her clients' lives during many healing sessions. In addition to sharing some of her most profound experiences, she'll walk you through deep moments of rever…
 
Join Peter and Beth Bostwick as they share their journey from corporate burnouts to successful entrepreneurs who nearly went bankrupt before finding the power of their thoughts, beliefs, and feelings. After decades of suffering from depression and being victims, they realized they could choose and their choices changed everything.…
 
This is a remix of the original second episode Learning Machines 101 which describes in a little more detail how the computer program that Arthur Samuel developed in 1959 learned to play checkers by itself without human intervention using a mixture of classical artificial intelligence search methods and artificial neural network learning algorithms…
 
This show is the first show focused on the Creator Body area of the Life Creator System. How your physical body feels and performs on a daily basis is keyto creating the life you want. But what if your job is stressful? What if you are feeling burned out from helping people, (often called empath fatigue)? There is hope. Best-selling author, Adam Ti…
 
Join Peter and Beth Bostwick as they share their journey from corporate burnouts to successful entrepreneurs who nearly went bankrupt before finding the power of their thoughts, beliefs, and feelings. After decades of suffering from depression and being victims, they realized they could choose and their choices changed everything.…
 
Sometimes we make a significant change and find ourselves feeling alone. Has this happened to you? Instead of riding in afull elevator, surrounded by lots of people, youfind yourself standing all alone inan empty elevator. Where did all the people go? In this episode we'll be discussingthings you can do to feel less alone and share ways you can emp…
 
This podcast is basically a remix of the first and second episodes of Learning Machines 101 and is intended to serve as the new introduction to the Learning Machines 101 podcast series. The search for common organizing principles which could support the foundations of machine learning and artificial intelligence is discussed and the concept of the …
 
In this final show of the three part series, John and I will go through reviews. We'll feature some easy ways to prune your list of to dos and let go of projects that no longer serve you. This series was built for you because you are important and can accomplish the projects you want. Enjoy! To download the handouts for this series: www.realliferea…
 
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