Deep Learning for Aircraft Recognition Part I: Building a Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) from Scratch

Computer Vision for the Military For the past few years, I’ve kept current on developments in machine learning (ML) through courses and interest groups. One thing I’ve noticed is that a lot of success stories were recycled from the business world. Although there are many potential military applications, especially for... [Read More]

Singapore COVID-19 Case Data

On Monday, I came down with flu (better now) and was issued a 5-day MC. Stuck at home, I thought it would be interesting to explore data on Singapore’s COVID-19 cases to see what insights could be drawn. This post contains some exploratory data analysis (EDA) on data from the... [Read More]

Machine Learning for Property Valuation

Discovering Property Valuation Recently, I discussed the property market with a friend who was a real estate agent. I became fascinated with the real estate market: the marketing, the negotiations, the incentives, and the contracting process. Of greatest interest to me was property valuation. I learned that property sellers used... [Read More]

Preparing for a Data-Driven Future

Are We Ready? “In the next bound of our transformation, [your organisation name] will exploit big data, data analytics, and artificial intelligence (AI) to enhance [your organisation’s value proposition].” Yes, we’ve heard it all before. We will be able to do things faster, better, and more cost effectively. What’s new?... [Read More]
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CS:GO Analytics Part 2: AWP Battlegrounds

In the first post in this series, we learned about the money, timing, and bias of Dust2. In the next three posts, we analyse areas in Dust2 where most blood was shed by both the Ts and CTs for AWPs, rifles (AK47, M4A4, M4A1), and grenades. We begin with everyone’s... [Read More]

CS:GO Analytics Part 1: The Dust2 Round

A CS:GO Series of a Different Kind Most people who know me well would know that I LOVE playing Counter Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO). Specifically, I play only one map: Dust2. Having just completed my first data science competition, I learned the importance of exploratory data analysis (EDA). I assumed... [Read More]