7 Ways to Make Money with Machine Learning

Hey guys welcome to my channel today I am going to teach you different tips and tricks how to understand native speakers because sometimes they have such axes that their speech makes no sense to us non English native speakers so if you're interested please continue watching now when I was 14 I went to the UK and I

stayed with a local family I went to local school it was like a two-week trip and during that trip I realized I do not understand what people are telling me because what we learn to school the English that we've learnt at school was actually Russian version of the English language and when it came to the UK and British people have this very distinct accent and they use

Really weird words sometimes like weird for a Russian speaker I just couldn't get what they were telling me the only person I could interact with was my host mom because she really made an effort to speak like a English language teacher so like that separating words and what I wanted to communicate with British kids I had a lot of trouble because they didn't want to make

This effort and thus I didn't get what they were saying so when I came back home I realised I cannot just continue learning English than in the way I have and I have to do something else I have to do something new and now I'm gonna tell you what I started to do tip number one practice listening while reading simultaneously and you guys are very lucky because now we have YouTube we have Netflix which means

that you can switch on a video on YouTube like this one you can just switch on subtitles on this video thanks for subtitles and read along that would help you train your visual part and train your listening part because you're gonna see the way I'm opening my mouth and you're gonna listen to what I'm saying and then your brain is gonna connect the two and this will train and train and train you when I was a kid we didn't have YouTube we

didn't have that list I even didn't have access to Internet all the time so what I used to do I used to sing along to Britney Spears and you remember the CDs when we had like a little book coming with a CD with lyrics for every single song and that's what I did just listen to her music because I loved her and I just sing along I'm reading to the lyrics the next step that I've taken when I was 16 I went to the UK and I realized that Lily Allen

Who later became my favorite singer was really really popular so I bought her a CD and this is the way I learned British accent because she sings with a really distinct British accent and when you sing go on when you read those lyrics and you listen to her and you start to understand British people better advance tip if you think that this is too fast like marina you're talking too fast Lily you're singing too fast Brittany is singing too fast what you can do you can slow down the video

2x in YouTube and you could do it now right here down in the bottom section see it slowed down the video 2x my voice will become really weird but then you would be able to follow me because sometimes yes I agree do comments sometimes they tell me I speak too fast but this is something you have to get used to because when you come here nobody will really make an effort to speak slower just because you do not understand you will have to play alone and you will have to just adapt

To whatever is happening and in terms of accents I would say British accent has been the most difficult for me because it was really tough to understand British and they have a lot of regional access like in London people would use one accent then you travel one hour away from London and it would be a completely different accent the easiest country to understand accents is actually Canada because they have a mix of

American and British and its really really mild so if you're planning your trip abroad to study English I would really recommend Canada check out a school's below a winger trip my favorite of Silas C and I also went to I lack myself I like Toronto and if you guys love music like I do I recently bought a electric piano I just sing songs in English and this is also the way I practice my pronunciation the way of practice listening skills if you think that you're advanced you know what you have to do I try to sing along Eminem lose yourself

but he keeps on forgetting why do you robot and if you're brave enough you can record it and put it on your Instagram and tag me hashtag lingua marina hashtag lingo trip I'm gonna check it out and I'm gonna give you my feedback let's try it tip number two when native speakers speak they tend to say one sentence as one word so they don't say do you want to grab a coffee yes this is really easy for you to understand but you have to learn to understand one sentence as one word

Do you want to grab a coffee that sounds just like one sentence this would also help me with spoken English because you have to do the same in order for people to understand you could you repeat that tip number three in order to be able to understand when native speakers are talking you need to be able to understand distinct words sometimes you don't have to understand the whole sentence you just have to get what are the most important words in the sentence and then you're

Gonna figure out the meaning so don't worry if you listen to somebody and there are some words you do not understand and this applies to reading as well you don't have to know every single word and if you feel that you have to check out every single word that is new for you don't do that because if you're reading a book and like every third word is new then you won't be reading a book you will be just consulting your vocabulary and dictionary all the time your task is to figure out what are these most important words in the

sentence and the most important words uh normally nouns adjectives and verbs there are a lot of filler words that you don't have to understand and normally native speakers pronounce them less louder than the main words the worst that you don't have to really get our articles and prepositions like articles a V and prepositions like at on to if you don't get them that's okay and people tend to kind of swallow them and be ready for that hello so for example if you would go to the coffee thing you can just omit all of the function

words and you're gonna get you won't get cup coffee actually if you say that native speakers are gonna get what you're saying and when native speakers pronounce those functions were it's really fast do you want to get a cup of coffee you want to get a cup of coffee you know what you've heard you want to get cup coffee and you don't really hear those function words and this is how the native speakers speech works tip number four native speakers tend to use a lot of filler words like like like I'm saying this but like I

don't mean this you get it right so like is everywhere I was like I was like meditating what you should know is that like has no actual meaning it doesn't make any sense in the sentence it is just used for you to win some time and think of what you're trying to say next sometimes like replaces actual words and this is when you have to get the meaning so for example and I was like let's go and see the movie so in this case I was like replaces and I said also like is used when you are uncertain of something I think he's like a doctor maybe so you are not sure if he's a doctor as you see people

used like all the time sometimes it makes sense sometimes it doesn't it's important for you to know what are the cases when people are using like and this applies to many words in English and this is why I'm teaching you a lot of idioms a lot of slang words so when you hear the native speaker you will get exactly what every single word means so write them down and remember them okay and number five as I mentioned there is so many accents I would say in America like if you travel from west coast to the eas

Hello world it's mr suns and I'm gonna list seven ways to make money with machine learning if you're new to my channel welcome now see billions of dollars are being invested into the AI ecosystem so an important question to ask is who is currently making money in AI well at the heart of the AI ecosystem is the data itself without data there is no AI it needs data to learn from and currently the vast majority of the world's data is owned by just a few corporations on top of that comes the base layer of AI chips these chips are what enable

How AI helps in Making Money  with Machine Learning

AI systems to actually perform the processing necessary so far NVIDIA has been the biggest winner in this space just a quick glance at their stock price over the past few years shows how influential their GPU chips have been in the industry even though they were designed for rendering graphics it turns out that they're perfect for the matrix operations that a lot of machine learning applications require but it's not just

Nvidia IBM Intel Google 

Nvidia IBM Intel Google and now a few Chinese companies like cambric on technology are designing their own AI chips as well built on top of these chips are the platform and infrastructure of AI that is where does the AI processing and storage take place there's fierce competition amongst companies like Amazon and Microsoft to provide a complete cloud solution for developers to run AI applications and the cost of maintaining these massive global data centers is something very few can afford on top of that are the actual models and algorithms of AI Google's tensorflow

framework is still the most popular in the field and it's free the reason being once a company starts using it they'll likely need a lot of computing power and who better suited to offer that than Google since Google cloud is optimized for tensorflow once a company becomes reliant on their software they will likely beat a returning customer for years very smart but that's not stopping the other Giants from releasing their own

frameworks as well then we have the enterprise solutions built on all of this technology again dominated by giants like Salesforce Oracle which is somehow still alive and s AP consumer facing solutions are being offered by corporations that have massive budgets and teams to execute on innovative ideas and at the very top are entire countries like China the UK

Germany France and Japan which are leading in terms of investment into their respective AI ecosystems to foster economic growth so where do you fit into all of this at the very top above countries no at a glance it might not seem like there's room to make money in this space with so many large entities with massive budgets but there most definitely is let's start with the first way to make money with machine learning start a start-up there is a massive space for startups who can provide the best vertical solutions across industries big

corporations don't have time to tackle small niche problems but you do we've seen that startups can succeed if they have access to four components large data sets domain knowledge that gives them deep insights into the opportunities within a sector a deep pool of talent around applied AI and capital to fuel growth one leading startup example is a firm they offer loans to consumers at the point of sale a very competitive space and have still managed to build a

successful company that's raised over 700 million US dollars they quickly created a defensible moat to ensure that they remained competitive this is called the flywheel effect and it applies to all AI companies more baguettes better AI based services and products that gets more revenue and customers that gets more data and it continues it's the circle of data startups are actually disrupting every part of the AI value chain

even at the lowest level Habana for example is a small team developing a chip that supposedly out runs GPUs for inference algorithm iya lets developers deploy and manage ML models in the cloud in just a few minutes with a much more user-friendly interface than AWS clarify provides custom models and algorithms that perform different tasks via their easy-to-use API and peek is providing data analytics as a service directly to

enterprises with so many tools freely available on the internet anyone with the right amount of motivation and work ethic can succeed in this space if I were to build an AI startup from scratch today I would write down a list of problems that I personally cared about solving that's the only way to stay motivated when issues arise in your journey and they 100% will then I

divide these problems into whether they fit into the enterprise or consumer markets the enterprise is where the most high value use cases for individual startups are so I probably pick an enterprise service then I create a well-designed landing page with a sign up form that details what my imaginary product would do with a price point after getting feedback from friends on the pricing and features and tweaking it a bit I would share it on social media platforms to see if anybody signs up if people actually sign up knowing

the price that's extremely exciting and motivating isn't it I get right to work collecting a relevant data set and training a model on it once I have a working model I take on clients one by one lowly building the reputation of my new brand and used the money I earn to hire and scale remember where there's a will there's a way nothing lasts forever Amazon's cloud product

AWS which earns more revenue by itself than many big corporations do seems unstoppable but a decentralized computing network that allows anyone to use their local machine to store and process encrypted data could provide a lower-cost option to consumers in the near future the second way is contract work either as an individual or as a team I used to do contract work when I was a college student as a way to make money on the side and can definitely recommend it to you as

well it's a hustle clients won't come to you you have to go out and find them but before you do that you need to make sure you've established a solid personal brand online that includes a resume a portfolio website a LinkedIn profile and most importantly a github account with a few well documented projects that showcase your skills to prospective clients I've got a great video on this called resume for machine learning and how to do freelance AI programming definitely check out both of those before browsing one of the

many freelance job board websites available on the web if you want to start a consulting firm having built an online brand is helpful if you want access to a larger pool of talent to join you many teams these days are fully distributed including school of AI you want to find people that you can trust that you enjoy working with and that have equal or greater talent than you then you can use a team management board like Trello to assign tasks and split the work accordingly decide what your target market is then find clients in that market by

browsing social media websites like LinkedIn and reddit as well as local event in your area for example consulting firms like sigmoid I'll focus on working with big enterprises and medium-sized companies from just four countries the third way is to find a job or internship and I've got a great video on this called how to find an AI internship check it out the fourth way is to write a technical book you have two options here self

publishing or using an existing publisher I used to write blog posts on cryptocurrency and one of the editors at O'Reilly reached out asking if I'd be interested in writing a book for them because they liked one of my blog posts so much I ended up writing decentralized applications using their brand and O'Reilly took care of marketing and distribution including printed copies across many bookstores this is a great way to earn a recurring revenue increase your

brand reputation and position yourself as a thought leader in the space but be warned writing a book is not easy I was spending eight hours every day writing when I was staying in Tokyo for a few months write a book if you want to convey a way of thinking rather than just demonstrating facts or techniques what books uniquely offer the reader as long-form content is the ability to learn how to think like the author at a certain

level of detail you shouldn't write a book solely for the money but instead if you feel like none of the educational content that you've seen offers your perspective on which technology stack works best and envisions where we're headed in the way that you do publishers do take a royalty fee though and this varies per publisher if you don't want to deal with that you can self publish your book through a service like create space books are a good source of passive income

they're a recurring revenue stream and you can also use the book as leverage to later get speaking gigs like what Caillou has been doing after publishing his latest book AI superpowers highly recommend it by the way I loved it the fifth way is to make educational content online blogs videos there are a lot of examples of this for blogs medium pays its bloggers for publishing on the platform and it's become a very popular tool in the

AI community if you want to make a paid course udemy is probably your best bet to get started as fast as possible without having to build a learning management system yourself but if you're willing to play the long game then YouTube is a great option you won't make money from ad revenue at first but as you build an audience it will come you can get creative with revenue stream here as well once you've established an audience things like partnering with

affiliate referral programs patreon and brand sponsorships the sixth way is to create an automated trading bot I've got several videos on machine learning for trading and I'll link to them in the description creating a high frequency trading bot focused on crypto currencies like Bitcoin is a popular project idea in the AI community the advantages of focusing on crypto currencies is that you're not necessarily starting with a handicap against the big trading firms because

the technology is relatively new and the api's are really good people have definitely made profitable BOTS but no one will share their source code because that would be giving away their secrets the best thing to do in this case is to go on github and search for relevant crypto trading bot repositories until you find some well documented examples and learn from them and the last way to make money with machine learning is to compete in machine learning competitions Kaggle is a great choice the winners of their competitions receive

hefty cash prizes new Mirai is another good example data scientists compete to see whose model can predict asset prices the best and earn money if they win hackathons are also always a fun way to earn prize money and there are several listings like Haiti nuggets that help you find them find a local hackathon and compete you could even make a living attending and winning hackathons around the world anyway I hope you found my tips usefull.

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