Top 15 Frameworks for Machine Learning Experts

Previous post            Tweet Tags: Data Science Tools, Deep Learning, Devendra Desale, Machine Learning, MLlib Either you are a researcher, start-up or big organization who wants to use machine learning, you will need the right tools to make it happen. Here is a list of the most popular frameworks for machine learning. By Devendra Desale, KDnuggets. comments Machine…
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12 Inspiring Women In Data Science, Big Data

Previous post            Tweet Tags: Big Data, Data Science, InformationWeek, Women It’s been well documented that women don’t come close to parity in STEM fields with their counterparts. Could the rise of big data and data science offer women a clearer path to success in technology? Here’s a list of 12 inspiring women who work in big data…
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100 Active Blogs on Analytics, Big Data, Data Mining, Data Science, Machine Learning

Previous post            Tweet Tags: Big Data, blog, Data Science, Deep Learning, Hadoop, Machine Learning Stay on top of your data science skills game! Here’s a list of about 100 most active and interesting blogs on Big Data, Data Science, Data Mining, Machine Learning, and Artificial intelligence. By Devendra Desale, KDnuggets. comments Here are about 100 active &…
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Top 10 TED Talks for the Data Scientists

Previous post            Tweet Tags: Data Science, Devendra Desale, Social Network, Statistics, TED TEDTalks have been a great platform for sharing ideas and inspirations. Here, we have sifted ten interesting talks for the data scientist from statistics, social media and economics domains. comments By Devendra Desale, Kdnuggets. TED is a nonprofitable organization devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading – through…
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The WebMiner Filter – Beta

Previous post Next post            Tweet Tags: Search Engine, Web Mining Filtering through companies, blogs, shops or social media websites we can make a better use of our search results and therefore add value to our internet searches. TheWebMiner is a company that offers enterprise web crawling, web scraping and many other data processing solutions. By Adrian Balcan,…
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On Why Sequels Are Bad and Red Light Cameras Aren’t As Effective

Previous post Next post            Tweet Tags: Anomaly Detection, Bias, Daniel Kahneman, Movies, Regression to the Mean Regression to the mean is a statistical phenomenon whereby extreme observations will tend to decrease (regress) towards the mean on subsequent readings. Regression to the mean is essentially a result of selection bias, learn more about it. comments By Thomas Speidel,…
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Four Major Predictions for Predictive Analytics and Big Data in 2016

Previous post Next post            Tweet Tags: 2016 Predictions, Consumers, Eric Siegel, NSA, Politics, Predictive Analytics, Safety 2016 will usher in some unmissable results of the Information Age’s latest contribution, the more effective execution of major operations across sectors with predictive analytics. comments By Eric Siegel, Founder, Predictive Analytics World. Prediction is in the cards. Here are four…
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Data scientists keep forgetting the one rule

Previous post Next post            Tweet Tags: Bias, Correlation, Eric Siegel, Healthcare, Overfitting “Correlation does not imply causation”. Yet data scientists often confuse the two, succumbing to the temptation to over-interpret. And that can lead us to make some really bad decisions from data. comments By Eric Siegel, Founder, Predictive Analytics World. The results are in: Skipping breakfast…
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Peering into the Black Box and Explainability

Previous post Next post            Tweet Tags: Ayasdi, Predictive Modeling, Statistical Modeling In many domains, where data science can be a game changer, and the biggest hurdle is not collecting data or building the models, it is Understanding what they mean. comments By Gurjeet Singh, Ayasdi. This is a question that many a data scientist struggle with in…
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AI Supercomputers: Microsoft Oxford, IBM Watson, Google DeepMind, Baidu Minwa

AI Supercomputers: Microsoft Oxford, IBM Watson, Google DeepMind, Baidu Minwa Previous post Next post            Tweet Tags: AI, Baidu, Chris Pearson, DeepMind, Google, IBM Watson, Microsoft, Minwa In the world of AI, this is the equivalent of the US and USSR competing to put their guy on the moon first. Here is a profile of some of the…
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