Kaggle offers this mini-course (4 hours) that provides training on using TensorFlow and Keras to build and train neural networks for structured data.
The definition of a toxic comment on the Internet is subjective. Each individual may have their own bar set differently. But which comment is truly worse? Can you help determine the ‘severity’ of a comment?
In this competition, Jigsaw returns to the discussions from Wikipedia Talk pages. You will score a set of about fourteen thousand comments. Your scores will be compared to human rankings performed on comment pairs. In this way, the focus is on the severity of comment toxicity — from innocuous to outrageous, where the middle matters as much as the extremes.
Total Prizes: $50,000
Entry Deadline: January 31, 2022
Are you interested in testing your data science skills? Kaggle offers a no-setup, customizable, Jupyter Notebooks environment. Access free GPUs and a huge repository of community published data & code. Thousands of data sets are available for exploration and data play. Kaggle also partners with other organizations to host competitions, some for learning, such as this House Price prediction competition, and others offer cash prizes, such as this NFL Big Data Bowl 2022 that investigates special teams performance. Kaggle even offers free micro courses on Pandas, Machine Learning and more!
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