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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

10 Machine Learning Experts You Need To Know
Machine Learning

Machine learning- to put it mildly- is an incredibly broad and varied field, with multitudes of applications. Thus, writing a list entitled “10 Machine Learning Experts You Need to Know” proves challenging for a number of reasons. Firstly, I’ve restricted my ten picks to those currently working in the field-

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Hubcare Using World-First Technology To Protect Children Of Australia
Data ScienceNews

HubCare, provider of a holistic service system for sharing information across Social Service ecosystems, has launched a one of its kind program in which children’s records are used to prepare a “heat map” for potential at-risk children by analysing casual observations about the condition of a child, such as their

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Next Step In Phone Call Evolution Is Communications App Talko
Data ScienceNews

Tuesday saw visionary Ray Ozzie and his team launch a redux of the the classic ‘phone call’, in an app called Talko. Ray Ozzie is the founder of Lotus Notes and at one point had taken over as the chief software architect at Microsoft Corp. from founder Bill Gates. For

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Storm Becomes An Apache Top-Level Project
News

The Apache Software Foundation has declared Apache Storm a top-level project, marking a major step towards its maturity as a technology. Designed by the team at BackType/Twitter, to analyze the tweet stream in real time, Storm became an official Apache incubation project in September 2013. Ever since, Hortonworks engineering has

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Front Porch Digital’s Big Data Technologies Now Part Of Oracle’s Comprehensive Storage Portfolio
News

Digital asset management innovator Front Porch Digital have inked a deal to be acquired by Oracle. The purchase will allow both the companies to help clients efficiently manage the growing complexities involved in migration, integration, storage, and delivery of rich media content, reports a press release announcing the acquisition. John

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Google'S Causalimpact Makes Causal Analyses Quick And Easy
Machine LearningNews

To infer the causal impact that a designed market intervention has exerted on an outcome metric over time has been a significant issue in econometrics and marketing. Last week, Google open sourced CausalImpact – a tool that will assist analysts in monitoring any measurable outcome with regards to products or

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Hp Acquires Eucalyptus Systems To Gain Stonger Foothold In Cloud Computing
News

In a move to bolster its cloud service prowess, HP acquired open source cloud software startup Eucalyptus Systems last week. Essentially, HP hired Eucalyptus’ entire workforce (which is less than 100 people), along with their CEO Marten Mickos as the Senior VP and head of HP’s cloud computing wing. Mickos

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Ibm Reveals Adept - Block Chain Tech To Resolve Iot’s Technical Issues
News

Born of the confluence of the Internet, wireless technologies and micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS), the Internet of Things might at some point lead to the next level of connectivity of devices, systems, and services that will not be restricted to machine-to-machine communication. What researchers at IBM want is to tap the

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Binghamton University Unleash The Predictive Power Of Tweets
Machine LearningNews

Scientists at the Binghamton University have developed a predictive algorithm through analysing tweets to forecast an individual’s behaviour well in advance. Systems scientists at the Binghamton University, Sang Won Yoon and Sarah Lam working alongside Nathan Gnanasambandam, also Binghamton alumnus and a senior researcher at the Xerox Research’s Palo Alto

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15-16 September, 2014- Big Data World, Las Vegas
Events

Big Data World is about big data usage, management, analytics, protection and storage for all American enterprises. It is for senior executives looking to drive revenue, decrease costs, improve customer engagement, and enhance real-time communications. It is where America’s brands come to network and share ideas. It’s attended by… Head

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