Vector Search: Optimizing For The Human Mind With Machine Learning
What is vector search and how is it transforming the search experience? Edo Liberty, CEO of Pinecone and former head of Amazon's AI lab, explains.
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01:12 Naive search engines
03:35 AI-power: Vector search engines explained
06:05 Vectors and why we need them
06:49 How to vectorizer models work?
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Support Vector Machine (SVM) in Machine Learning | Convex Optimization Application # 3
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The SVM method is a popular method to solve the classification problem in machine learning. It finds applications in many fields, such as Artificial Intelligence, Signal Processing, Pattern Recognition, data mining, and so on. The lecture is outlined as follows:
00:52 Classification in Machine Learning
04:29 The Support-Vector Machine method
08:31 SVM’s decision rule: Mathematical Formulation
13:06 SVM’s derivation: The convex optimization approach
24:59 SVM MATLAB implementation
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Vector Search in Elasticsearch 8
Similarity between elements in a dataset has traditionally been measured based on appearance – simple measures such as word counts and other lexical similarities have been the state of the practice. Vector Search goes beyond appearances and lets you define similarity based on meanings and deeper representations of content. Image recognition and comparisons, audio comparisons and recommendations, and relevance ranking based on Natural Language Processing (NLP) are just a few of the applications that Vector Search enables. The Elastic Platform equips you with the tools you need to create novel applications based on this approach.
– Understand the basics of Vector Search
– Define indexes to hold vectorized data using Elastic’s dense_vector field type
– Perform efficient Approximate Nearest Neighbor search of vectorized data data using the Hierarchical Navigable Small World (HNSW) search algorithm
– Understand how to import machine learning models into Elasticsearch and use them for inference
Introduction and Overview of Vector Search
Measuring Vector Similarity
Vector Search at Scale
Getting Started Hands On
Presenter: Robert Statsinger – Principal Solution Architect @ Elastic
Support Vector Machine (SVM) in 2 minutes
2-Minute crash course on Support Vector Machine, one of the simplest and most elegant classification methods in Machine Learning. Unlike neural networks, SVMs can work with very small datasets and are not prone to overfitting.
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