An independent research initiative that Facebook Inc. announced in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal is launching its first study, offering scholars access to a petabyte of anonymized user data to understand the role of misinformation in elections.
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The key to getting better at deep learning (or most fields in life) is practice. Practice on a variety of problems – from image processing to speech recognition. Each of these problem has it’s own unique nuance and approach.
But where can you get this data? A lot of research papers you see these days use proprietary datasets that are usually not released to the general public. This becomes a problem, if you want to learn and apply your newly acquired skills.
If you have faced this problem, we have a solution for you. We have curated a list of openly available datasets for your perusal.
In this article, we have listed a collection of high quality datasets that every deep learning enthusiast should work on to apply and improve their skillset. Working on these datasets will make you a better data scientist and the amount of learning you will have will be invaluable in your career. We have also included papers with state-of-the-art (SOTA) results for you to go through and improve your models.
The value of illegal accesses to illegal content in Spain amounted to €21.899 billion in 2017. This represented a decrease of 6% compared to 2016 and an accumulated decrease of 9% compared to 2015.
Last year, there were 4.005 billion digital illegal accesses to content, according to research by GfK, released by the Coalition of Creators and Content Industries and LaLiga. Despite the modest decrease, the theoretical loss of profit for the rights holders rose 4.1% and reached €1.857 billion.