Posted By :Date :admin | 05-31-2018
We spend so much time thinking about consumers that’s it’s refreshing to find applications of Big Data and advanced analytics that are not linked to selling something.  Last week I wrote about
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Posted By :Date :admin | 05-31-2018
Big data became more than a buzzword when industries discovered its huge potential
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Posted By :Date :admin | 05-31-2018
The term “big data” is self-explanatory -a collection of extremely big data sets that normal computing techniques cannot process. The term not only refers to the data, but also to
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Posted By :Date :admin | 05-31-2018
Guest blog by Jenny Brown
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Posted By :Date :admin | 05-31-2018
guest blog by Jin Kim, VP Product Development for
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Posted By :Date :admin | 05-31-2018
Guest blog and great infographic from Matt Zajechowski It’s no secret that analytics are everywhere. We can now measure everything, from exabytes of organizational “big
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Posted By :Date :admin | 05-31-2018
Every year the Strata+Hadoop conference offers a unique opportunity to look into the future and see what trends will dominate our profession in the near term.  Here’s my take
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Posted By :Date :admin | 05-31-2018
Which is more important, the data or the algorithms?  This chicken and egg question led me to realize that it’s the data, and specifically the way we store and process the data that has dominated data science over the last 10 years.  And it all leads back to Hadoop
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Posted By :Date :admin | 05-31-2018
Advanced analytic platform developers, cloud providers, and the popular press are promoting the idea that everything we do in data science is AI. That may be good for messaging but it’s misleading to the folks who are asking us for AI solutions and makes our life all the more difficult.
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Deep Learning vs Machine Learning vs Pattern Recognition
Posted By :Date :admin | 03-22-2018
I think I have a pretty good grasp on the meaning and scope of 'Machine Learning' but less so on the emerging field of 'Deep Learning'.  Tomasz Malisiewicz has both the background and perspective to put these terms in context for us and I enjoyed his clear explanation.  You can see it here
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