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  • Triple GM Abhishek Thakur Answers Qs from the Kaggle Community July 16, 2019 3:00 pm
    Last week we crowned the world’s first-ever Triple Grandmaster, Abhishek Thakur. In a video interview with Kaggle Data scientist Walter Reade, Abhishek answered our burning questions about who he is, what inspires him to compete, and what advice he would give to others. If you missed the video interview, take a listen. This week, he’s answering your questions!  See below for Abhishek's off the cuff responses to select Twitter questions. Have something more you want to know? Leave a comment ...
    Kaggle Team
  • Winner Interview with Shivam Bansal | Data Science for Good Challenge: City of Los Angeles July 15, 2019 2:59 pm
    The City of Los Angeles has partnered with Kaggle to create a competition to identify needed improvements in the City of LA’s job postings. In the interview below, competition winner Shivam Bansal shares his winning approach.  The Challenge  Q: Let’s start with the problem you solved. Can you summarize the competition for readers who are unfamiliar? The business problem presented in this challenge was unique. More than one-third of the city’s 50,000 workers are eligible to retire in the coming ...
    Kaggle Team
  • Kaggle Kernels Notebooks Now Offers BigQuery June 24, 2019 9:53 pm
    Since the launch of Kernels, one core focus at Kaggle has been to enable robust workflows that can empower tomorrow’s data scientists to do their best work. Today, over 200,000 public scripts and notebooks exist on our platform, showcasing a plethora of remarkable data science projects. We want to help our community take these projects to the next level by extending the possibilities of what can be done in Kernels. That is why we are excited to announce that, as ...
    Jessica Li
  • Synchronous Kernels-only Competitions: Real ML in Real Time May 17, 2019 9:18 pm
    tl;dr - We are pleased to share that we now support a general synchronous Kernels-only (KO) format: when you submit a Kernel, Kaggle will run the code against both the public test set and a withheld private test set in real time. To kick things off, you're invited to join Instant Gratification, our first synchronous Kernels-only competition using our new framework. Four Years of Kernels at Kaggle In 2015, Kaggle introduced Kernels as a resource to competition participants. It was ...
    Will Cukierski
  • Host a Kaggle Days Meetup in Your Hometown April 3, 2019 3:00 pm
    You’ve been hearing a lot about Kaggle Days lately and that's because we’re excited to be co-hosting a number of incredible events this year alongside our friends at LogicAI. We know Kaggle Days aren't accessible to everyone in the community, though, which is why we’re doubly excited about Kaggle Days Meetups! What are Kaggle Days Meetups? Kaggle Days Meetups are smaller, local events hosted by and for Kagglers. These meetups provide space for data scientists to learn, network, and have ...
    Kaggle Team
  • New Changes to the Kaggle Progression System April 1, 2019 12:00 pm
    Kaggle was founded on the principles of meritocracy, and our community has thrived as a place where anyone—regardless of background or degree—can earn accolades for their performance in machine learning competitions. Over the years, we’ve seen how one’s Kaggle rankings in competitions and community contributions can serve as powerful credentials in the data science industry. Today, we’re excited to announce the launch of the newest and highest Kaggle tier of all: The Great-Great-Great-Great Grandmaster. This next tier of achievement uses ...
    Kaggle Team
  • Data Notes: Surprising Insights Into When Crowdfunding Works March 14, 2019 2:00 pm
    Data Notes for March 14th Home loans, crowdfunding, and the best artwork of all time: Enjoy these new, intriguing, and overlooked datasets and kernels   1. 💸 An Insightful Story About Successful Crowdfunding Projects (Link) 2. 🏠 What Gets You a Home Loan in Washington? (Link) 3. 🏪 Marketing Segmentation: From Raw Data to Clusters (Link) 4. 📈 Linear Regression - Step by Step Assumptions (Link) 5. 🌎 Global Suicide Trends & Analysis (Link) 6. 🏥 Skin Lesion Analyzer (Link) ...
    Paul Mooney
  • Data Notes: Homer Simpson and Heart Disease February 28, 2019 3:00 pm
    Data Notes for February 28th Heart disease, presidential candidates, and cartoons: Enjoy these new, intriguing, and overlooked datasets and kernels   1. 💔 What Causes Heart Disease? Explaining the Model (Link) 2. 📊 Genomic Visualization via Dimensionality Reduction (Link) 3. 🍩 The Simpsons DCGAN Image Generator (Link) 4. 💣 The Rise and Fall of PUBG - Steam Reviews Analysis (Link) 5. 🍗 Natural Language Processing (NLP) for Yelp Reviews (Link) 6. 📸 Introduction to Image Augmentation using Fastai (Link) 7. 💵 ...
    Paul Mooney
  • The Future of AI in Africa Looks Bright | A Winner Interview with Mhamed Jabri February 26, 2019 8:16 pm
    Last year we took our annual data science survey to the next level by turning over the results to YOU through an open-ended Kernel competition. We were overwhelmed by the response and quality of kernels submitted. Not only are Kagglers amazing data scientists, but they’re incredible storytellers as well! Mhamed Jabri was one of those skillful enough to take our data and shape it into something meaningful— not just for Kaggle, but for the data science community at large. We ...
    Kaggle Team

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Topcoder Feeds

  • Single Round Match 766 Editorials September 18, 2019 5:36 am
    Alibi For each person, keep track of the room where they are. (A hashmap is usually the most convenient way to do this: use... The post Single Round Match 766 Editorials appeared first on Topcoder.
    misof
  • Dashboard Classifications by Role September 17, 2019 5:11 pm
    Have you ever created a dashboard? Do you know how it is being utilized to inform and generate action? In this article, you’ll read... The post Dashboard Classifications by Role appeared first on Topcoder.
    trivia79
  • What You Should Know About Dark UI September 16, 2019 5:09 pm
    Dark UI has become a trend and movement lately. It started with Apple, which released the macOS Mojave operating system that has dark theme... The post What You Should Know About Dark UI appeared first on Topcoder.
    iqbalhood
  • User Testing 1 – What, How, Why? September 14, 2019 12:42 am
    How do you know if users are happy with your designs? Is it possible that they struggle with a feature? In this article I... The post User Testing 1 – What, How, Why? appeared first on Topcoder.
    PereViki
  • Accessibility Project Lifecycle September 13, 2019 3:34 pm
    Accessibility Project Lifecycle “I wish for a world that views disability, mental or physical, not as a hindrance but as unique attributes that can... The post Accessibility Project Lifecycle appeared first on Topcoder.
    bhagvanarch
  • TCO19 Heads to the Bayou City – Houston, TX September 12, 2019 6:15 pm
    This November, the most innovative problem solvers from all over the world will gather in Houston to meet, solve challenges, and compete at the... The post TCO19 Heads to the Bayou City – Houston, TX appeared first on Topcoder.
    Clinton Bonner
  • Basic Python: Lists, Tuples, Sets, Dictionaries September 12, 2019 5:06 pm
    We have come to the end of our basic Python posts and will now examine lists, tuples, sets, and dictionaries. In our last post,... The post Basic Python: Lists, Tuples, Sets, Dictionaries appeared first on Topcoder.
    Johnny Hopkins
  • Fun Hackathons: Earn TCO Points, Learn, and Hear from Winners September 11, 2019 3:37 pm
    We ran our second fun Hackathon in August.The main objective of these hackathons are to bring newbies into the world of professional programming and... The post Fun Hackathons: Earn TCO Points, Learn, and Hear from Winners appeared first on Topcoder.
    hi4sandy
  • Prototypes: What They Are and Why You Should Use Them September 9, 2019 3:07 pm
    In the latest Topcoder Design Newsletter Issa suggested some tips to help designers improve their submissions. One of these tips was to “become the... The post Prototypes: What They Are and Why You Should Use Them appeared first on Topcoder.
    PereViki
  • Sketch 56 and 57 Have Arrived September 4, 2019 5:22 pm
    My Sketch subscription had just expired. Since Sketch can be used for a lifetime without upgrades after the end of your subscription period, I... The post Sketch 56 and 57 Have Arrived appeared first on Topcoder.
    PereViki

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