Eileen McNulty
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Eileen McNulty

Eileen McNulty-Holmes is the Head of Content for Data Natives, Europe’s largest data science conference. For the past ten years, they have written, edited and strategised for companies and publications spanning tech, arts and culture. With a core focus in journalism and content, Eileen has also spoken at conferences, organised literary and art events, mentored others in journalism, and had their fiction and essays published in a range of publications. They are passionate about amplifying marginalised voices in their field (particularly those from the LGBTQ community), AI, and dressing like it’s still the ’80s

Ibm Looks To Enhance Bluemix Usership With New Developer-Centric Apis For Watson
Machine LearningNewsUncategorized

IBM has now introduced a set of new cognitive services that will be available on IBM Bluemix, its cloud-based platform for mobile and web app development. Bluemix users will utilize an evolving set of APIs and content to build apps, with little effort in entry to cognitive tools, powered by

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Servicesource Leverages Saleforce1 Platform - Launches App To Assist Customer Success Teams To Interact With Customers Better
BI & AnalyticsNews

ServiceSource, a recurring revenue management outfit, has released the ServiceSource Customer Success App on the Salesforce1 Platform. “Today’s customer success teams need purpose-built tools that complement their existing CRM systems so they can deliver a high-value customer experience at every touch point after the initial sale,” explains Jim Dunham, President

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Anonabox: A Tiny Networking Router Providing Anonymous Internet Access &Amp; Encryption
News

Anonymity on the web is fast gaining importance, in the wake of Government snooping disclosures and the increasing data breach frequency. Almost four years ago, a group of friends working in IT consulting, were meeting for “beer and tacos,” and while brainstorming over client projects and discussing current political world

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The Week In Big Data- 6Th October, 2014
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This week, we have started answering some key questions that seem to be popular among our readers– what is deep learning, for example, and which videos should I watch to learn something substantial about the topic? We hope that they provide a great basis for you to delve further into

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Google Now Incorporating Cloud Based Prediction Api To Smart-Fill Your Spreadsheets
Data ScienceNews

Google’s latest is an Add-on that uses machine learning to make predictions in Google Sheets. Dubbed Smart Autofill, the add-on uses the already available spreadsheet data to learn patterns and predicts the missing entries. It is unlike the standard “Autofill” feature of Sheets, which is capable of filling in simple

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What Is A Data Warehouse?
Data Science

When you mention “data warehouse” to someone not acquainted with the term, the first image that springs to their minds is usually something like the one above. When in fact, it actually looks a little more like this: A data warehouse is, on the highest level, a central repository of data.

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Bityota Announces Launch Of Its Flagship Data Warehouse Service, Promises More Power Packed And Flexible Experience
Data ScienceNews

BitYota, a Warehouse-as-a-Service provider for big data analytics, has now made available its flagship Data Warehouse Service (DWS). Founded in late 2011, the startup claims that, imbued with new capabilities, it provides greater power, versatility and convenience to the multi-structured data analytics platform. Dev Patel, CEO of BitYota explained, “Some

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Mattermark And Bloomberg Beta Develop Predictive Analysis Algorithm To Find Future Founders
Machine LearningNews

Bloomberg Beta, the venture capital wing of Bloomberg LP has been working with data research startup, Mattermark to take predictive analytics to the next level. By using an algorithm that they’ve been working on for over a year now, they will try to spot entrepreneurs before they start a company.

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Big Data Fuels Breakthrough In Alzheimer'S Research
Data ScienceHealthcareNews

Researchers at the the University of Manchester have made a breakthrough by identifying a new gene linked to neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s, using two of the world’s largest scientific data silos to compare the genes in mice and humans. This marks another step towards determining the type of people

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13-15 October, 2014- Linguamatics Text Mining Summit 2014, Rhode Island
Events

This year’s meeting will take place on October 13 – 15, 2014 in the beautiful and historic city of Newport, Rhode Island, at the Hyatt Regency Newport Hotel & Spa. The hotel is surrounded by Narragansett Bay, next to the famous Newport marina and boasts extensive grounds and facilities including

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