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DataRobot AI
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This article was originally published at VentureBeat and has been reproduced with permission. Dan Wright just became CEO of DataRobot, a company valued at more than $2.7 billion that is promising to automate the building, deployment, and management of AI models in a way that makes AI accessible to every

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NewtonX AI market research
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Companies often find it hard to find and engage with high-quality, high-caliber professionals for market research and assist their businesses. AI and machine learning may hold the key to solving this problem. Today, NewtonX, a B2B research company, has launched its NewtonX Knowledge Graph, aiming to solve this exact problem.  NewtonX

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Disruptive innovation
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On 1 March 2021, EWOR kicked off off another round of its prestigious EWOR Fellowship program.  “The concept,” its founder Daniel Dippold explains, “is uniquely designed to help corporations realize disruptive innovation and individuals to start ventures of global scale.” This March, an exciting mix of people, including former Miss

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Auction stretagy
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Auction strategy has changed dramatically as artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and advanced analytics inform strategies for the better. Or have they?  Machines are taking over. Digital marketing is becoming dominated by real-time bidding environments, which are largely controlled by algorithms and platform technologies. Yet, these are becoming more

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AI and data science predictions for 2021
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Artificial intelligence saw rapid growth in 2020. The global pandemic and the resulting digital transformation forced upon companies and individuals as we moved from offices to homes accelerated AI usage and development. And it seems that this pace will not slow down in 2021. Here are a few predictions on

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Data scientists are constantly challenged with improving their ML models. But when a new algorithm won’t improve your AUC there’s only one place to look: DATA. This guide walks you through six easy steps for data acquisition, a complete checklist for data provider due diligence, and data provider tests to

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A sneak-peek into a few AI trends we picked for you from Data Natives 2019 – Europe’s coolest Data Science gathering. We are about to enter 2020, a new decade in which Artificial Intelligence is expected to dominate almost all aspects of our lives- the way we live, the way

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A recent survey of over 225 enterprise Data Scientists, AI technologists and business stakeholders involved in active AI and machine learning (ML) projects, suggests that for most organizations, it’s still early days for AI technology.  The AI market is projected to become a $190 billion industry by 2025 ( according

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Can you fight cancer with the help of Big Data and Machine Learning? How can these technologies help in the procedure of diagnosis, drug discovery and treating cancer? Cancer is an ailment with a long tail distribution. This implies there are different explanations for this condition to take place with

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Chatbots help customers to resolve their issues at a blazing speed but the one of the main questions is whether the business should opt for a rule-based bot or an AI- based bot. Chatbots are not new in the technological arena. They are a lot smarter now than their predecessors.

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