Four short links: 13 November 2019

Predicting Smells, Diversified Sampling, Card Games, and Universal SQL Interface

By Nat Torkington
November 13, 2019
Four Short Links
  1. Learning to Smell: Using Deep Learning to Predict the Olfactory Properties of Molecules (Google) — a readable walk through of how they model and make sense of smells.
  2. Diversified Sampling: Mining Large Datasets for Special CasesTL;DR: the objective is to build a small sample of the data in which special cases are likely to be represented. The strategy is to have each data item emit a list of “features,” and to boost the probability of selecting rare features. A shallow understanding of the data is often enough to design an effective features extraction.
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  4. RLCard — open source reinforcement learning toolkit for card games. Paper. (via SyncedReview)
  5. usqlUniversal command-line interface for SQL databases.
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