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Machine Learning

Machine learning is Big Data being used at its most extreme level, processing vast and disparate data sets at a machine level to find patterns buried within, producing insights beyond human recognition.

Machine Learning

This post is inspired by the “metacademy” suggestions for “leveling up your machine learning.” They make some halfway decent suggestions for beginners. The problem is, these suggestions won’t give you a view of machine learning as a field; they’ll only teach you about the subjects of interest to authors of

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Machine LearningNewsTransportation & Logistics

There has been some rumble lately owing to Tesla Chief, Elon Musk’s Twitter post on Oct. 1 about the impending ‘D’ launch. Manufacturers of vision-based collision warning systems and vehicle tracking systems, Mobileye has climbed 13 percent in the last week in New York, all thanks to the much speculated

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Cloud computing and text mining innovator, AlchemyAPI has released its Face Detection and Recognition API, the latest offering in the AlchemyVision product line. Utilizing deep learning technology, the Face Detection and Recognition API returns the position, age, gender, and also the identity of the people, in case of celebrities, when

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IPSoft Amelia
Machine LearningNewsTechnology & IT

Leading managed services provider, IPsoft has developed an artificial intelligence platform called “Amelia” built essentially to “automate knowledge work across a broad range of functions.” Named after the aviator- explorer Amelia Earhart, the platform resolves queries in a wide range of business processes, being privy to the same information as

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Still basking in the glory of recently appearing on our 10 Machine Learning Experts list (we can only assume), Andrew Ng recently spoke at a Gigaom meetup on behalf of Baidu, where he has taken up residence as Chief Data Scientist. Ng’s talk concerned Baidu’s big plans for the future-

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Case StudiesMachine LearningRetail & Consumer

When Netflix forayed into original programming by committing $100 million for two seasons of House of Cards, it did so without even watching the pilot. What made Netflix so confident that it thought this decision was a no-brainer? Big Data! Netflix is, at its core, a data-driven company that diligently

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Artificial IntelligenceMachine LearningNews

Automated code review system startup, Code Climate has raised a $2M round of financing, led by NextView Ventures, joined by Lerer Ventures, Trinity Ventures, and Fuel Capital. NextView co-founder and partner David Beisel wrote in his blog post, “I expected to hear a balanced set of positive and negative feedback,

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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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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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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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