Machine learning a cappella on overfitting

Posted to Statistics  |  Tags: ,  |  Nathan Yau

From the machine learning course on Udacity, an a cappella group sings a Thriller parody on overfitting. At first you're like, "Is this real? Am I dreaming?" Then you're like, "Oh my god, he has a gold glove on." And then you're like, "Yes! This is real! Oh internets, I adore you so."


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