“Coelho wrote The Alchemist in only two weeks in 1987. He explained that he was able to write at this pace because the story was “already written in [his] soul.” -Wikipedia Can you imagine writing a literary masterpiece like The Alchemist in just two short weeks? It may sound impossible, but it is the truth! This iconic novel, with over 65 million copies sold and translated into … Continue reading 7-Day PhD Thesis Writing Mastery: Proven Tips from My Personal Journey.
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Who wants to live a life of poverty? Absolutely no one! Everyone desires wealth and all the perks that come with it – the freedom to travel, indulge in the finer things, and spend quality time with loved ones. Yet, despite these aspirations, many remain stuck in the rut of poverty or mediocrity. So, what’s stopping them from reaching their goals? It’s their limiting beliefs … Continue reading 3 stupid limiting beliefs that keep poor people poorer
Reading time: 4 min 4 sec Being a social being, we all do know many people; people from different places, cultures, social classes, so on and so forth. Depends on the type of people, we all share different relations with them; some are friends, some are acquaintances, some are colleagues, some are family, some are just unknowns, and the list goes on depending on how … Continue reading 15 things that tell you who is your real friend and who is not!
Reading time: 5 min 10 sec, Machine Learning skill required: Intermediate <p class="has-drop-cap has-text-align-justify" value="<amp-fit-text layout="fixed-height" min-font-size="6" max-font-size="72" height="80">Is it possible to predict the outcome of your academic examination in advance? If yes, wouldn't that be great? Depends on the predicted chance of success, you can start to prepare wisely for your future examinations. However, at least some of you may raise your eyebrows, considering … Continue reading Predict your chance of academic success using a simple Machine Learning algorithm in python!
Reading time ~5 min Have you ever witnessed the learning process of a Machine Learning (ML) algorithm? Today, you are going to see how an ML algorithm learns and creates its own model from the given data. As an example, let’s consider a linear data set where the ‘y’ values are a linear function of ‘x’ values. You might have done such linear curve fitting … Continue reading Witnessing the learning process of a Machine learning algorithm (Octave 5.2 / Matlab)
Reading time: 4 min 2 sec COVID19 has almost put a pause on our everyday life; quiet roads, vacant parks, closed theatres, silent supermarkets, and the list goes on. To resume our life back to normal, it is inevitable to develop meaningful and scalable medical and technological solutions asap. In general, medical solutions such as vaccinations and other popular treatments can help our immunity system … Continue reading A simple code to import and visualize COVID19 real-time data using COVID19Py python package
Reading time: 4 min 2 sec Can machines learn just like humans do? If that is possible, will that be a threat to humanity? You might have seen apocalypse-themed movies and shows such as Terminator series or Westworld wherein intelligent machines become sentient and eventually turn against humans. Will such scenarios ever become a reality in the future? No one knows for sure. Whether such … Continue reading A simple tutorial on predicting the chance of a heart attack using Machine Learning algorithms
Reading time: 3 min 49 sec How do we watch a beautiful sunset or a thriller NetFlix movie? I mean, what’s the mechanism behind vision? The answer is high school stuff, isn’t it? A stream of photons hitting on our retina, generating electric impulses to communicate with our visual cortex from where the brain constructs a visual form of an irrefutable reality around us. Right? … Continue reading “Your reality is what you expect!” -How the brain manipulates our vision?
Reading time: 1 min 27 sec People often complain that they cannot get their things done on time. People say many reasons for this; they say that they are either stressed, overwhelmed or just not interested in what they do. I am pretty sure that you know at least a few people who keep on pushing their work to the future. Have you ever thought … Continue reading The mantra for getting things done