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Machine learning is the practice of teaching a computer to learn. The concept uses pattern recognition, as well as other forms of predictive algorithms, to make judgments on incoming data. This field is closely related to artificial intelligence and computational statistics.

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penpaperkeycode
penpaperkeycode commented Jun 2, 2022

Feature request

Is the addition of the 'OPTforSequenceClassification' class scheduled?
Is someone handling it?
When adding these functions, I wonder if it is possible to PR one by one, or if I have to PR all classes supported by other models.

Motivation

Added function of OPT class, which is being actively discussed recently

Your contribution

I personally use the forSequenceCla

kumpera
kumpera commented Jun 13, 2022

🚀 The feature, motivation and pitch

The current implementation of Zero Redundancy optimizer has its own implementation of object broadcasting.

We should replace it with c10d [broadcast_object_list](https://pytorch.org/docs/stable/distributed.html#torch.distributed.broadcast_object_lis

oncall: distributed module: bootcamp good first issue triaged
lesteve
lesteve commented Jun 15, 2022

Below is the list of broken links in the documention from a make linkcheck run, together with the file the link appears in and the error message.

If you want to work on this, please:

  • do one Pull Request per link
  • add a comment in this issue saying which link you want to tackle so that different people can work on this issue in parallel
  • **mention this issue (#23631) in yo
Easy Documentation good first issue Meta-issue
julia
BambOoxX
BambOoxX commented Jun 21, 2022

This subject was initially discussed in https://discourse.julialang.org/t/efficient-way-to-split-string-at-specific-index/83115/17 regarding a way to split a string into equal-length substrings.

The solutions discussed involved (for a string composed of 10 blocks of 8 strings)

  • using a comprehension split8(str::String) = [str[i+1:8] for i in 0:8:length(str)]
  • using a comprehension and `S
good first issue strings iteration

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trivialfis
trivialfis commented Dec 13, 2020

Currently many more Python projects like dask and optuna are using Python type hints. With the Python package of xgboost gaining more and more features, we should also adopt mypy as a safe guard against some type errors and for better code documentation.

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