KDnuggets : News : 2003 : n16          ( Previous issue | Next issue )

KDnuggetsTM News 03:16, Sep 3, 2003

Features | Courses | Jobs | Publications | Briefs | CFP | Quote
  • (item1) KDnuggets 10 year anniversary
  • (item2) Poll Results: Industries/fields where you currently apply data mining?
  • (item3) New Poll: Your text mining experience
  • (item4) KDD Cup 2003 Winners
  • (item5) SIGKDD Explorations Spec. Issue on Microarray Data Analysis, deadline Oct 10
Courses (see also KDnuggets Courses page)
  • (item6) DATA MINING: LEVELS I, II & III [ San Diego: Sep | Las Vegas: Dec ]
  • (item7) S-PLUS and Microarray Training Courses from Insightful
Jobs (see also KDnuggets Jobs page)
  • (item8) Seattle, WA: Statistician/Data Miner at Amazon.com
  • (item9) Los Angeles, CA: Senior machine learning scientist at UtopiaCompression
  • (item10) Sunnyvale, CA: Data Mining Engineer at Yahoo!
  • (item11) Novato, CA (30 miles north of San Francisco): Modeling Project Manager at Fireman's Fund Insurance Company
  • (item12) Chicago, IL or Northern New Jersey: Statistical/Optimization Research Software Developer at Ornarose, Inc.
Publications (see also KDnuggets Publications page)
  • (item13) Report on KDD-03 Panel: Data Mining Proponents Mull Commercial Apps
  • (item14) Sane Solutions to Integrate NetTracker Online Behavior Data with SalesLogix
  • (item15) Predictive Patterns Launches GeneLinker (TM) Gold and Platinum Version 4.0
  • (item16) Deutsche Bank Taps Fair Isaac for Credit and Risk Monitoring Tool
  • (item17) IDC estimates worldwide analytics software to reach $4.8 billion by 2007
  • (item18) Bayesian filtering against spam?
  • (item19) MEGAPUTER analysis of Flight Safety Data for Southwest Airlines
  • (item20) TEMIS acquires Xerox linguistic product operations
CFP (see also KDnuggets Meetings page)
  • (item21) Special Issue on Microarrays, Oct 10
    4th SIAM Data Mining, Sep 15
    ACM SAC 2004 Data Streams, Sep 6
    ML Track at FLAIRS-2004, Oct 24
I am terrified by terabytes

I am petrified by petabytes
Jim Gray, commenting on the continuing growth of data, and petabyte size databases, in KDD-2003 talk.

Note: terabyte is 1,024 Gigabytes, petabyte is 1,024 terabytes

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