Custom AI-Assisted Content Moderation
Online communities need content moderation to thrive, but the diversity of the internet is not fully served by general purpose content moderation APIs. We lay out the need for custom AI-assisted content moderation, look at what such a moderation pipeline would look like, and show how Nyckel makes it significantly easier to build such a pipeline.
ML is Just a Developer Tool
... at least for now
Introducing Nyckel Search Functions
The how-what-why of our new Search Functions
Machine Learning on Tabular Data with Nyckel
Nyckel releases a new feature to create Machine Learning models for tabular data in minutes.
Nyckel Accepted to Y Combinator (W22)
Nyckel has been accepted to Y Combinator batch of Winter 2022!
Machine Learning is Still Too Hard for Software Engineers
Machine Learning has made huge strides in the last few decades, but it remains largely inaccessible to the average developer. This post examines some of the reasons why.
A top 3% score in the Kaggle Titanic Challenge using Transformers
In this post we show how to make a top 3% submission on the Kaggle Titanic Challenge using Transformers
Local Development and Validation of Nuget Packages
Learnings from setting up a local development workflow for developing and validating nuget packages
AutoML benchmark: Nyckel vs Google vs Huggingface
A comparison of accuracy, training times, and invoke latencies for three major AutoML engines
AutoML Comment Moderation in a Rails App
Using machine learning to help curate user content
Add Image Classification Using Machine Learning to a Web App With a Single Line of Code
Inspired by a scene from HBO's Silicon Valley, I decided to build a website that identifies whether a photo is of a hot dog.
How to Add Custom Image Classification To Your Application Using Machine Learning (The Easy Way!)
It’s often valuable to be able to programatically classify an image into a category. This post explains how you can use Nyckel to do that in minutes.