• Cheatsheet of Latex Code for Most Popular Machine Learning Equations

    rockingdingo 2024-05-19 #GAN #VAE #KL-Divergence #Wasserstein #Mahalanobis

    In this blog, we will summarize the latex code for most popular machine learning equations, including multiple distance measures, generative models, etc. There are various distance measurements of different data distribution, including KL-Divergence, JS-Divergence, Wasserstein Distance(Optimal Transport), Maximum Mean Discrepancy(MMD) and so on. We will provide the latex code for machine learning models in the following sections. We will also provide latex code of Generative Adversarial Networks(GAN), Variational AutoEncoder(VAE), Diffusion Models(DDPM) for generative models in the second section.

  • 4 tips to use ChatGPT style Financial Chatbot to facilitate your daily financial work

    rockingdingo 2023-12-04 #Financial Chatbot #Stock Price #ChatGPT

    In this blog, we are introducing how you can use financial chatbot and AI-assistant writer to help you facilitate daily financial work, such as getting realtime stock price quote from global markets (US: NYSE,NASDAQ; China: HKEX, Shanghai,Shenzhen, etc.), consulting investment advice, consensus ratings and target price of stocks from analysts of multiple organizations (Schwab.com, MarketBeats, Zacks.com) and compare them, finding the meaning of complicated financial terms such as CPI, Put Option, Sharpe Ratio. You can also use ChatGPT to act as personally financial assistant, track your portfolio's stock names and show realtime changes. For content generation, you can use the AI-Writer assistant to facilitate writing reports, which integrates many APIs and other ChatGPT style Large Language Model to automatically generate text contents such as market research, financial reports of listed companies, etc.

  • Latex Code for Diffusion Models Equations

    rockingdingo 2022-09-18 #Diffusion #VAE #GAN #Generative Models

    In this blog, we will summarize the latex code of equations for Diffusion Models, which are among the top-performing generative models, including GAN, VAE and flow-based models. The basic idea of diffusion models are to inject random noise to the feature vector in the forward process as markov chain models, and in the reverse process gradualy reconstruct the feature vector for generation. See below blogpost as reference for more details: Weng, Lilian. (Jul 2021). What are diffusion models? Lilâ??Log. lilianweng.github.io/posts/2021-07-11-diffusion-models/