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Machine Learning Projects to Practice During Quarantine

Machine Learning Projects to Practice During Quarantine

Introduction

Did you know that you can make the best out of this pandemic by practicing with some of the top projects on our platform? With over 200,000 video projects from over 18,000 creators, we have compiled a list of 5 top machine learning projects to practice during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. 

What are the top machine learning projects to practice during the ongoing pandemic?

  1. Machine Learning for Stock Market Trading

Have you ever wondered if AI could earn a tremendous amount of money on the stock market and outsmart other human investors? An AI-powered trading robot can automatically make trade decisions on your behalf and profit from the market without your direct involvement. This project teaches you how to use machine learning to develop a stock trading robot. The project will give you all the essential skills to create a full-fledged stock trading algorithm that investors and traders can utilize in their trading.

  1. Machine Learning Models with Sklearn and Keras

Machine learning is one of the liveliest fields of artificial intelligence. It is one of the technologies that are causing significant disruptions in our world today. To sink your feet deeper into the field, you need to know how to build machine learning models that can accurately predict outcomes. Two of the most popular Python libraries for building machine learning models are Scikit-learn and Keras. In this hands-on project tutorial, you’ll learn how to work with the two libraries in building amazing models for solving various machine learning problems. This is the practical project you need to take your machine learning career to the next level.

  1. How to Chunk Data With Python For Machine Learning

This project covers how to work with Cat and Dog Images and feed them to a machine learning classifier in chunks, also known as “batch sizes” in Keras. You will also learn how to evaluate the efficiency with and without using this and also cover the basics of how Machine Learning works and how to feed data to the model.

  1. NLP with Deep Learning for Sentiment and Personality Prediction

Capturing sentiment is important in these times. A single viral tweet can impact a company, or a person’s brand for being positive, or devastate profit because it strikes a negative tone. In this project, you will learn how to detect the sentiment behind a specific social media message using Natural Language Processing (NLP) with Deep Learning algorithms.

  1. How To Do Image Recognition with Neural Networks

Through this project, you will learn a brief introduction of Artificial Vision, and then learn how to build a Deep Learning image classification algorithm for computerized tomography.

Wrapping Up

The COVID-19 pandemic seems not to be going away. The situation is likely to continue for a while before things normalize, and systems get back to normal. What are the projects at Education Ecosystem that present the best opportunity for learning machine learning? The above top projects on Education Ecosystem present you with an opportunity to hone your machine learning skills during this quarantine. 

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