Automator是苹果公司为他们的Mac OS X系统开发的一款软件。 只要通过点击拖拽鼠标等操作就可以将一系列动作组合成一个工作流,从而帮助你自动的(可重复的)完成一些复杂的工作。Automator还能横跨很多不同种类的程序,包括:查找器、Safari网络浏览器、iCal、地址簿或者其他的一些程序。它还能和一些第三方的程序一起工作,如微软的Office、Adobe公司的Photoshop或者Pixelmator等。

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Deep learning has penetrated all aspects of our lives and brought us great convenience. However, the process of building a high-quality deep learning system for a specific task is not only time-consuming but also requires lots of resources and relies on human expertise, which hinders the development of deep learning in both industry and academia. To alleviate this problem, a growing number of research projects focus on automated machine learning (AutoML). In this paper, we provide a comprehensive and up-to-date study on the state-of-the-art AutoML. First, we introduce the AutoML techniques in details according to the machine learning pipeline. Then we summarize existing Neural Architecture Search (NAS) research, which is one of the most popular topics in AutoML. We also compare the models generated by NAS algorithms with those human-designed models. Finally, we present several open problems for future research.

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Vaccine hesitancy has a long history but has been recently driven by the anti-vaccine narratives shared online, which significantly degrades the efficacy of vaccination strategies, such as those for COVID-19. Despite broad agreement in the medical community about the safety and efficacy of available vaccines, a large number of social media users continue to be inundated with false information about vaccines and, partly because of this, became indecisive or unwilling to be vaccinated. The goal of this study is to better understand anti-vaccine sentiment, and work to reduce its impact, by developing a system capable of automatically identifying the users responsible for spreading anti-vaccine narratives. We introduce a publicly available Python package capable of analyzing Twitter profiles to assess how likely that profile is to spread anti-vaccine sentiment in the future. The software package is built using text embedding methods, neural networks, and automated dataset generation. It is trained on over one hundred thousand accounts and several million tweets. This model will help researchers and policy-makers understand anti-vaccine discussion and misinformation strategies, which can further help tailor targeted campaigns seeking to inform and debunk the harmful anti-vaccination myths currently being spread. Additionally, we leverage the data on such users to understand what are the moral and emotional characteristics of anti-vaccine spreaders.

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Vaccine hesitancy has a long history but has been recently driven by the anti-vaccine narratives shared online, which significantly degrades the efficacy of vaccination strategies, such as those for COVID-19. Despite broad agreement in the medical community about the safety and efficacy of available vaccines, a large number of social media users continue to be inundated with false information about vaccines and, partly because of this, became indecisive or unwilling to be vaccinated. The goal of this study is to better understand anti-vaccine sentiment, and work to reduce its impact, by developing a system capable of automatically identifying the users responsible for spreading anti-vaccine narratives. We introduce a publicly available Python package capable of analyzing Twitter profiles to assess how likely that profile is to spread anti-vaccine sentiment in the future. The software package is built using text embedding methods, neural networks, and automated dataset generation. It is trained on over one hundred thousand accounts and several million tweets. This model will help researchers and policy-makers understand anti-vaccine discussion and misinformation strategies, which can further help tailor targeted campaigns seeking to inform and debunk the harmful anti-vaccination myths currently being spread. Additionally, we leverage the data on such users to understand what are the moral and emotional characteristics of anti-vaccine spreaders.

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