About Nagesh Singh Chauhan

Nagesh Singh Chauhan holds a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science and currently works as Senior Manager-Data Science at OYO (the world's leading chain of hotels and homes). Nagesh has specializations in various domains related to data science, including machine learning, deep learning, NLP, time-series analysis, probability and statistics, computer vision, big data, and embedded systems. Nagesh also loves to write technical articles on various aspects of AI and data science. You can check out some of his articles on theaidream and Github. You can also reach out on LinkedIn.

Nagesh Singh Chauhan Posts (40)

  • Naïve Bayes Algorithm: Everything You Need to Know - 08 Apr 2022
    Naïve Bayes is a probabilistic machine learning algorithm based on the Bayes Theorem, used in a wide variety of classification tasks. In this article, we will understand the Naïve Bayes algorithm and all essential concepts so that there is no room for doubts in understanding.
  • DBSCAN Clustering Algorithm in Machine Learning - 04 Apr 2022
    An introduction to the DBSCAN algorithm and its implementation in Python.
  • Decision Tree Algorithm, Explained - 09 Feb 2022
    All you need to know about decision trees and how to build and optimize decision tree classifier.
  • Silver BlogIntroduction to AutoEncoder and Variational AutoEncoder (VAE) - 22 Oct 2021
    Autoencoders and their variants are interesting and powerful artificial neural networks used in unsupervised learning scenarios. Learn how autoencoders perform in their different approaches and how to implement with Keras on the instructional data set of the MNIST digits.
  • Advanced Statistical Concepts in Data Science - 30 Sep 2021
    The article contains some of the most commonly used advanced statistical concepts along with their Python implementation.
  • Zero-Shot Learning: Can you classify an object without seeing it before? - 12 Apr 2021
    Developing machine learning models that can perform predictive functions on data it has never seen before has become an important research area called zero-shot learning. We tend to be pretty great at recognizing things in the world we never saw before, and zero-shot learning offers a possible path toward mimicking this powerful human capability.
  • The Inferential Statistics Data Scientists Should Know - 11 Mar 2021
    The foundations of Data Science and machine learning algorithms are in mathematics and statistics. To be the best Data Scientists you can be, your skills in statistical understanding should be well-established. The more you appreciate statistics, the better you will understand how machine learning performs its apparent magic.
  • Hugging Face Transformers Package – What Is It and How To Use It - 16 Feb 2021
    The rapid development of Transformers have brought a new wave of powerful tools to natural language processing. These models are large and very expensive to train, so pre-trained versions are shared and leveraged by researchers and practitioners. Hugging Face offers a wide variety of pre-trained transformers as open-source libraries, and you can incorporate these with only one line of code.
  • Attention mechanism in Deep Learning, Explained - 11 Jan 2021
    Attention is a powerful mechanism developed to enhance the performance of the Encoder-Decoder architecture on neural network-based machine translation tasks. Learn more about how this process works and how to implement the approach into your work.
  • Silver BlogOptimization Algorithms in Neural Networks - 18 Dec 2020
    This article presents an overview of some of the most used optimizers while training a neural network.