Keep your fancy ML models for MNIST — it is all chaos now.

Is it going to rain tomorrow?

Smartphones made answering such questions a very trivial task. While this is how most people interact with weather forecasts, I have never thought about how those forecasts were made in the first place. With all the press and hype around Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, one might assume that weather forecasts should rely on some sort of AI to predict the weather. …

Fahd Alhazmi

Neuroscience | AI | Human Behavior | Website: falhazmi.com | Twitter: @fahd09

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