Identify sounds that indicate possible danger in the surrounding.

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What would your response be if you heard a gunshot or glass break while inside your home? The natural inclination would be to call for help. In most cases, dial the police helpline, a neighbour, a relative, or a friend.

A system to recognize that sounds that indicate possible danger would benefit the neighbourhood. The model underlying the system should be able to recognize the distinct sounds among other background noises. …


Predict the quantity of fuel consumed during drives.

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The mileage of a vehicle is defined as the average distance traveled on a specified amount of fuel. But distance is not the only factor that affects fuel consumption.

Here, we take into account multiple factors like speed, temperatures inside and outside, AC, and other weather conditions like rain or sun besides distance to predict the consumption of different types of fuels during drives.

Predicting the fuel consumption given distance and other factors vice versa (predicting distance given fuel) can prove useful in planning trips as well as performing real-time predictions during…


Classifying Indian currency notes using their images and deep learning.

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Currency notes have identifiers that allow the visually impaired to identify them easily. This is a learned skill.

On the other hand, classifying them using images is an easier solution to help the visually impaired identify the currency they are dealing with.

Here, we use pictures of different versions of the currency notes taken from different angles, with different backgrounds and covering different proportions.

Implementation of the idea on cAInvas — here!

The dataset

On Kaggle by Gaurav Rajesh Sahani

The dataset contains 195 images of 7 categories of Indian Currency Notes — Tennote, Fiftynote, Twentynote, 2Thousandnote, 2Hundrednote, Hundrednote, 1Hundrednote.

There are…


Identify the type of star using its characteristics and neural networks.

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Classification of stars based on their characteristics is called stellar classification.

Here we classify them into 6 classes — Brown Dwarf, Red Dwarf, White Dwarf, Main Sequence, Supergiant, Hypergiant.

Implementation of the idea on cAInvas — here!

Dataset

On Kaggle by Deepraj Baidya | Github

The dataset took 3 weeks to collect for 240 stars which are mostly collected from the web. The missing data were manually calculated using equations of astrophysics.

The dataset is a CSV file with characteristics of a star like luminosity, temperature, colour, radius, etc that help classify them into one of the 6 classes — Brown…


Are they being sarcastic?

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Sarcasm is the use of words that convey a meaning opposite to the one you actually intend to pass on. It has the ability to flip the sentiment of the sentence. This makes sarcasm detection an important part of sentiment analysis.

Most of the datasets available for this purpose rely on tweets written by the public. This can result in noisy data with improper labeling. The context of tweets is dependent on the thread (in case of replies) and thus, understanding the context of the conversation becomes crucial to labeling the text.

To overcome this, here we use a dataset…


Are they being sarcastic?

Photo by Su for RaDesign on Dribbble

Sarcasm is the use of words that convey a meaning opposite to the one you actually intend to pass on. It has the ability to flip the sentiment of the sentence. This makes sarcasm detection an important part of sentiment analysis.

Most of the datasets available for this purpose rely on tweets written by the public. This can result in noisy data with improper labeling. The context of tweets is dependent on the thread (in case of replies) and thus, understanding the context of the conversation becomes crucial to labeling the text.

To overcome this, here we use a dataset…


Predict a customer’s behaviour in online shopping websites for KPI and marketing analysis.

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How do we know if a customer is going to shop or walk away? Understanding the customers is crucial to any seller/store/online platform. This understanding can be important in convincing a customer who is just browsing to buy a product.

In offline stores, the inferences derived influence the placement of objects in the store. When the same experience is translated to an online store, the sequence of web pages browsed to reach a product becomes important.

Here, we analyze the behaviour of customers as they browse through the pages to predict if they will make a purchase or not.

Implementation…


Predicting the age of abalone (sea snails) from their physical measurements.

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Abalone is a common name for sea snails. Determining their age is a detailed process. Their shell is cut through the cone, stained and the rings are counted using a microscope.

This is a time-consuming process that can be simplified by using neural networks to predict their age using the physical measurement of the abalone

Here, we use measurements such as length, height, weight, and other features to predict their age.

Implementation of the idea on cAInvas — here!

The dataset

Data comes from an original (non-machine-learning) study: Warwick J Nash, Tracy L Sellers, Simon R Talbot, Andrew J Cawthorn and Wes…


Predict next day rain in Australia using weather data.

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A weather forecast is a prediction of how the weather will be in the coming days. Air pressure, temperature, humidity, wind, and other measurements are used by meteorologists along with other methods to predict the weather.

Predicting weather requires keen observation skills and knowledge of weather patterns. With trained deep learning models, we can identify the patterns in data to make predictions for the coming days.

Here, we use present-day weather conditions in different cities of Australia to predict rain the next day.

Implementation of the idea on cAInvas — here!

The dataset

On Kaggle by Joe Young and Adam Young

Observations…


Detecting whether a person is confused or not based on the EEG recordings.

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Do students always ask doubts when they are confused? How do you know if someone is confused? Facial expressions, maybe. Confusions happen when we are not able to comprehend what we see/hear.

EEG, which stands for electroencephalography, is a method to record the electrical activity of the brain using electrophysiological monitoring.

This is done through non-invasive (in most cases) electrodes placed along the scalp that records the brain’s spontaneous electrical activity over a period of time.

Here, we track these EEG signals to detect whether a person is confused or not.

Implementation of the idea on cAInvas — here!

The dataset

On…

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