Calibration for deep learning models

Wikipedia’s definition for calibration is calibration is the comparison of measurement values delivered by a device under test with those of a calibration standard of known accuracy. Put in a context that means that the distribution of predicted probabilities is similar to the distribution observed probabilities in training data. If we rephrase it again means […]

Worth mentioning II: PhD survival guide, ergodicity, death after 75, content marketing, and email marketing

This is the continuation of the worth mentioning experiment where I shared links that I deemed important to be kept for future references. A graduate school survival guide: “So long, and thanks for the Ph.D!: On this essay Ronald Azuma states the path to a successful PhD defense. He states a few things that may […]

Europe can do better and you know it

Europe for many centuries has been the center of the world. The cradle of the current civilization and the spark that ignited the fire of industrialization. We got into a position where we got comfortable. Across many centuries European countries colonized the world leaving a huge mark still noticeable nowadays. But we got complacent. Luckily […]

Book summary: How Asia works by Joe Studwell

Many years ago (around 7) I read poor economics. It was a book about developing nations and what challenges they are facing. I even did a review in Spanish. This is a topic that aligns with my quest for a better world. Joe Studwell, in the book How Asia works, analyzes different Asian countries. He […]