Three Ways Big Data and Machine Learning Reinvent Online Video Experience With traditional TV viewing on the decline, we discuss several ways Big Data and Machine Learning can assist with online video, including redefining user recommendations, improving video buffering and leveraging MAM orchestration.
on Aug 31, 2018 in
Big Data, Machine Learning, Netflix
Self-Service Data Prep Tools vs Enterprise-Level Solutions? 6 Lessons Learned A detailed comparison between self-service data preparation tools and enterprise-level solutions, covering business strategy, accessible tools and solutions and more.
on Aug 30, 2018 in
Data Preparation, Enterprise
Skip the Interview! 9 Benefits of Career Fairs Career fairs are a great way to get your feet wet if you’re just starting your data science career, or to be exposed to newer trends and emerging organizations if you’re already established. What other ways are career fairs beneficial?
on Aug 29, 2018 in
Career, Interview, ODSC
What Data Scientists Want? We examine what's important for data scientists in their careers, including challenging work, networking with peers, foreseeing their career path and creating a good work-life balance.
on Aug 27, 2018 in
Career, Data Science Skills, Data Scientist
DynamoDB vs. Cassandra: from “no idea” to “it’s a no-brainer” DynamoDB vs. Cassandra: have they got anything in common? If yes, what? If no, what are the differences? We answer these questions and examine performance of both databases.
on Aug 23, 2018 in
Amazon, Apache, AWS, Cassandra, DynamoDB
Leveraging Agent-based Models (ABM) and Digital Twins to Prevent Injuries Both athletes and machines deal with inter-twined complex systems (where the interactions of one complex system can have a ripple effect on others) that can have significant impact on their operational effectiveness.
on Aug 22, 2018 in
Health, IoT, Modeling, Sports
Cartoon: Machine Learning takes a vacation August is a popular time for vacation, and even hard-working AI may want to take a few epochs off from its training. KDnuggets Cartoon looks at how this might go.
on Aug 18, 2018 in
Cartoon, Deep Learning, Humor, Machine Learning, Robots
Project Hydrogen, new initiative based on Apache Spark to support AI and Data Science An introduction to Project Hydrogen: how it can assist machine learning and AI frameworks on Apache Spark and what distinguishes it from other open source projects.
on Aug 16, 2018 in
AI, Apache Spark, Data Science, Databricks, Distributed Computing, Production
Data Scientist guide for getting started with Docker Docker is an increasingly popular way to create and deploy applications through virtualization, but can it be useful for data scientists? This guide should help you quickly get started.
on Aug 14, 2018 in
Data Science, Data Scientist, Docker, Jupyter
Affordable online news archives for academic research Many researchers need access to multi-year historical repositories of online news articles. We identified three companies that make such access affordable, and spoke with their CEOs.
on Aug 10, 2018 in
API, Research, Text Analytics, Text Mining, Webhose
Top 10 roles in AI and data science When you think of the perfect data science team, are you imagining 10 copies of the same professor of computer science and statistics, hands delicately stained with whiteboard marker? We hope not!
on Aug 9, 2018 in
AI, Analyst, Analytics Manager, Career, Cassie Kozyrkov, Data Engineer, Data Scientist, Jobs, Machine Learning Engineer, Statistician
How GOAT Taught a Machine to Love Sneakers Embeddings are a fantastic tool to create reusable value with inherent properties similar to how humans interpret objects. GOAT uses deep learning to generate these for their entire sneaker catalogue.
on Aug 7, 2018 in
Autoencoder, Deep Learning, Image Recognition, Word Embeddings
Seven Practical Ideas For Beginner Data Scientists As someone who has been there, I’d like to outline a few practical ideas to help junior data scientists get started at a small software company. The steps were drawn from my personal journey and that of others before me.
on Aug 7, 2018 in
Advice, Career, Data Science, Data Scientist
Eight iconic examples of data visualisation A collection of the most exemplary examples of data visualizations, including Napoleons invasion of Russia and the iconic London Underground map.
on Aug 3, 2018 in
Charts, Data, Data Visualization, Graphs, Maps
Data Scientist Interviews Demystified We look at typical questions in a data science interview, examine the rationale for such questions, and hope to demystify the interview process for recent graduates and aspiring data scientists.
on Aug 2, 2018 in
Data Science Skills, Hiring, Interview Questions, P-value, random forests algorithm, XGBoost