Beam search is an approximate search algorithm with applications in natural language processing and many other fields. Our expert explains how it works.
The bag of words model is a simple way to convert text into numerical data for natural language processing in machine learning. Our expert explains how it works.
The sigmoid activation function is one of the earliest activation functions used in machine learning, but it still has many useful applications today. Our expert explains everything you need to know.
K-means is a simple but powerful clustering algorithm in machine learning. Here, our expert explains how it works and its plusses and minuses.
Much of the work on artificial intelligence presumes that human cognition can be recreated digitally. Our expert asks a more fundamental question: What does it mean to regard the human brain as a computer?
Artificial general intelligence is the ultimate goal of much research in the field, but is it possible? Our expert says that depends on another question: Is the human brain a computer?