Putting structure and soul in technical articles
Three things are certain in life: death, taxes, and sleeping. Here, we’ll talk about the latest.Every night*, us humans, after a long day of roaming this Earth, are
When AI articles misinform and mislead.
Data, Golang, Python, Android, Docker, gRPC, Firebase, Cloud, BigQuery. Oh my!
Summarizing and recapping with data the first 100 days of my backpacking adventure.
Taking my Android model on a tour through the city of Siem Reap.
Summarizing the “Green AI” paper
Learning how much I walk during my 24 days in Malaysia
The effects a single article had in my career
Reliving my visit to Singapore through data
How a country united under the same hashtag, #RickyRenuncia.
Interpreting tweets containing the hashtag #RickyRenunció using spaCy, Google Cloud, and NLP.The island of Puerto Rico and its people are currently making history. On July 13, the Puerto Rico’
Intersecting data and photography to find my preferred colors
A letter to my favorite algorithm.
Sharing and reliving my travels adventures through data.
Discovering the top part-of-speech terms, sentiment, and mentioned Pokemon with the NLP library spaCy and Google Cloud
My view on why newcomers should focus on the basics and on the true meaning of working with data
Discovering the top nouns, verbs, entities and text similarity within the spoken lines of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes
Using data, statistics and machine learning to make sense of my obsession with this songPlease bear with me because this will sound crazy.There is this song by Tyler, The Creator, and A$AP Rocky, named Potato Salad, and I like it. My girlfriend
A word on how we, data practitioners, should be more aware and attentive to our own biases(story originally posted on Medium)In the world of data science, we define bias as the phenomenon in which a system overgeneralize from its data and learn
How to build a recommender system from scratch, and deploy it in the cloudEver since the boom of machine learning started, many aspects of our online lives have become a target of it. In particular, one of its primary use cases — recommender systems — have
On November 19, 2018 I presented a talk regarding Antispam at PyData Warsaw 2018. Unlike last year's presentation, which was about a personal project, this year I decided I talked
Hurricane Maria left most of Puerto Rico dark and nearly uncommunicated. Under such circumstances, I assumed that the country's Google Search patterns would change. In this article, I explore this.
On May 26, 2018 I had the fantastic opportunity of presenting my Pikachu detection project at PyData Amsterdam 2018. The experience was a great one (to be honest it's been
The second part of my Pikachu Detection project is about improving the model I previously trained during the first iteration of the project, and making said model able to detect