Week 2 (05.10.-09.10.) Topic: Machine Learning - ClassificationLessons: ML workflow, Logistic Regression, Feature Engineering, Decision Trees, Random Forests, Evaluating Classifiers, Cross-Validation, Loss FunctionDataset: TitanicProject: Predict passenger survival on the Titanic and submit the model to the kaggle competition. On the second week of the bootcamp, we started with Machine Learning (ML). If you think about... Continue Reading →
Women in Data is an international non-profit organization dedicated to increasing diversity in data-related careers by organizing conferences, networking events, and mentorship programs around the world. The Berlin Chapter of WiD was just founded in May this year and I was very excited to join as a Marketing Coordinator. This week, 27-31 July 2020, we... Continue Reading →
Women in Data is a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing diversity in data-related careers. To this goal, they organize networking events, talks on data science topics and career advice, and a residency program for aspiring data scientists with partner companies like IBM and KPMG. WiD was founded in 2015 in Sacramento, California, and has since... Continue Reading →
This weekend, 29th to 30th of March, Crush XV hosted the exhibition of my favorite artist: Akume. He exhibited four of his sculptures: The dull flame of desire, Stabat mater, Rex tremendae, and Twisted muse. My work is, in a sense, a form of aesthetical violence being forced on the viewer, an impulse to feel violence through violence and... Continue Reading →
Some photographs are too good to be displayed just on screens, and art should be part of your lifestyle. With this in mind, I'm finally making my artworks available for sale here as framed prints, iPhone cases, notebooks, and various home decors. I release new designs regularly, so keep an eye on the store.
Wednesday marked the first day of the last summer month and I celebrated by presenting a poster at the 5th Linguistics Meetup Berlin-Potsdam, hosted at the Potsdam University. Whereas last year I gave a talk about the impairment of concrete vs. abstract words in semantic dementia, this year I contributed with a poster about my ongoing... Continue Reading →
Today I attended the long-awaited international fair for languages and cultures ExpoLingua in Berlin. It's a must event for anyone interested in language learning and teaching, because for two days (17-18 November) it brings 150+ exhibitors (language schools, travel operators, cultural institutes, publishing houses, translators, associations) from 30+ countries and offers workshops, presentations, crash-courses in different languages,... Continue Reading →