Neural Networks Versus regression

Time To Vent
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While “working” in the library yesterday, I came across an interesting bit of news. 890 jobs in the London Ambulance Service to be axed. 560 of them will be front line jobs. Wow. All I can say is, if your planning on getting into any accidents, don’t. That’s exactly the sort of service that requires job cuts. Sigh.

Anyway, yesterday I attempted to complete the work for two of my modules. The work is due in on the 15th and shockingly, I am done days in advanced. That never happens. I’m lucky if I get done minutes in advanced! It feels oddly satisfying finishing work so early. On the downside however, I have to present my work to my lecturer.

To clarify, the work I am presenting to him are programs. On is for the AI module. That one is an inference engine designed around a pretty basic set of rules. The other is for my Neural Networks module. That is to run a learning algorithm on an MLP network provided.

Now, back to the problem at hand. presenting these to my lecturer. He won’t let us present them on his computer, they have to be on our own laptops. I don’t have a laptop. I have a desktop and there is no way in hell I am lugging that anyway! I know what he would say to. “What kind computer science student doesn’t have a laptop? ” Generally the answer to that would be “A poor one”. However, the main problem here is that he doesn’t seem to understand I am not a computer science student! I do cognitive computing! Heavily emphasised on the cognitive aspect!

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