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One day Maarten Stol brought a bunch of hexominoes (polyominoes with 6 cells) to the office. Polyominoes are puzzle pieces consisting of squares attached together. They come in a set, where each of the pieces has a unique shape. There are 11 pieces in our set of hexominoes and the problem is to assemble a…

This is the third part in a series of blog posts about my thesis project at BrainCreators. In the introductory part, I covered some basic concepts regarding AI explainability, the LIME algorithm, gave a short introduction to the python LIME library, and discussed some modifications of it I used during the project. In the second…

This is the second part in a series of blog posts about my thesis project at BrainCreators. In the introductory part, I covered some basic concepts regarding AI explainability, the LIME algorithm, gave a short introduction to the python LIME library, and discussed some modifications of it I used during the project. In this part,…

Who are you and what do you do at Braincreators? I am Martha, I am originally from Poland. Essentially I came to The Netherlands to study robotics. During my study, I realized that artificial intelligence was the part of robotics that was the most interesting to me. But then as I start to dive deeper,…

Gerbert Kaandorp on how to do AI

What AI comes down to is a computer learning a pattern over a given data set. This pattern is called a model and could be anything like image classification, value prediction or language processing. The model is learned using training data, which then can be applied to new unseen examples. The key task of a…

Meet Ozzy graduating for his Bachelor’s degree in AI My name is Osman, but everybody calls me Ozzy. I’m 21 years old and currently graduating at BrainCreators from my Bachelor’s degree in Artificial Intelligence (AI). Why did you choose to graduate at BrainCreators? I’ve chosen to graduate at BrainCreators, because I’ve done a research project…

This is the first part in a series of blog posts about my thesis project at BrainCreators.In this introductory part, I will cover some basic concepts regarding AI explainability, the LIME algorithm, give a short introduction to the python LIME library, and discuss some possible modifications of it. In the next part, I will show…

Memory Networks are a relatively new class of models designed to alleviate the problem of learning long-term dependencies in sequential data, by providing an explicit memory representation for each token in the sequence. In this entry I’ll explain the model architecture and why this is a good idea, providing use case scenarios along the way….