Hey software developers, you’re approaching machine learning the wrong way


I remember the first time I ever tried to learn to code. I was in middle school, and my dad, a programmer himself, pulled open a text editor and typed this on the screen: “Excuse me?” I said. “It prints ‘Hello World’,” he replied. “What’s public? What’s class? What’s static? What’s — “ “Ignore that for now. It’s just boilerplate.” But I was pretty freaked out by all that so-called boilerplate I didn’t understand, and so I set out to learn what each one of those keywords meant. That turned out to be complicated and boring, and pretty much put…This story continues at The Next Web