Yes, it’s AI again! Artificial Intelligence (AI) is always in the limelight from the last couple of years. Mostly it is considered as a blessing to the IT world. However, many experts have shown their doubtfulness too. No, you just can’t say “Ok Boomer” here! Of course, they have greater reasons i.e. a threat to data security.Read Full Story
In college, research was always my favorite part of writing papers. I don’t know why, but finding data to back up my hypotheses always gives me a thrill.
But, even though I love research, it’s not exactly my forte — and I know I’m not alone.
Conducting market research is a necessity for both B2B or B2C companies.
Everyone has assumptions about what the future of work looks like, but it’s always something “out there” that will come later. Today, you are focused on efficiency and productivity and trying to squeeze out something a little better.
But most business owners underestimate how soon the future will hit and how to be ready for it.
The P vs NP conjecture has always seemed a little odd to me. Or rather the interpretation of the conjecture that any problem in P is tractable.Read Full Story
I’ve always found it frustrating that chatbot developers seem to be
satisfied with frameworks that don’t even attempt to mimic anything
close to real intelligence.
“If you want to become one, first get inspired by one” There is always few interesting ways to learn things and get inspire. Would you like to know few TV shows which are based on Data science and Artificial intelligence? We always like to do the things in the way we love.Read Full Story
Editor’s Note: Every step in the innovation journey has always been a great challenge. Finding a “big idea” for something new is among the most difficult. We’ve all seen products that have seemed to come out of nowhere and become big sellers.Read Full Story
Posted by amandamilliganI’ve always considered the most challenging part about digital marketing to be prioritizing.
There are hundreds of tactics available to you, and it can be overwhelming to determine which of them are most appropriate for your marketing goals and your target audience. (And we all know what happens when you try to do too much — you do it all poorly.
Environmental protection has always been a topic close to my heart as I’m a nature lover. In the recent years, I could feel the effects of climate change more and more; Singapore has already felt the effects of extreme weather, from recording the warmest year on record in 2017, to a cold spell where temperatures dropped to 21 degrees Celsius earlier in January 2017.Read Full Story
Natural language processing is in a curious place right now. It was always a
late bloomer (as far as machine learning subfields go), and it’s not immediately
obvious how close the field is to viable, large-scale, production-ready
techniques (in the same way that, say, computer vision
One aspect I always enjoy about machine learning is that questions
often go back to the basics. The field essentially goes into an
existential crisis every dozen years—rethinking our tools and asking foundational questions
such as “why neural networks” or “why generative models”.
A passionate customer always provides feedback about his favorite product if it touches his emotional chord.
Product review contains wealth of information. Analyzing the review texts can unearth many hidden data points about the customer and the product. Such insights can help grow the business and gain revenue.
Lets look into a specific example.
Our customer Bob decides to buy an edge pillow.
I’ve been at the EARL Conference in London this week, and as always it’s been inspiring to see so many examples of R being used in production at companies like Sainsbury’s, BMW, Austria Post, PartnerRe, Royal Free Hospital, the BBC, the Financial Times, and many others.Read Full Story
Though air quality is always a concern, other than a few hazy days, very few of us have been directly affected by the fires. Homelessness remains a huge problem on a humanitarian level, but the streets do not run with sewage, used needles do not litter the sidewalks and the housed do not cower in fear.Read Full Story
I always enjoy reading conference reports, so I thought I’d mention a few papers that caught my eye. (I welcome any corrections to my summaries of any of these.)
1. Recent Progress in the Structure of Large-Treewidth Graphs and Some Applications, by Chandra Chekuri.
Once again: the New York Times presents an innovative graphic, which you always want to watch again and again.
It’s this Downhill Race at the Olympics:
The link to the moving graphic is below this picture:
It would be exciting to follow such visualizations, e. g. on changes in unemployment, GDP etc. of different countries from today-minus-x to today.
With all the data science and big data hype going on it’s always nice to see real case examples. At Reaktor we have created Kannattaakokauppa.fi, a probabilistic modeling-based interactive visualisation of regional apartment price trends in Finland.Read Full Story
When I travel, I always want to get the most of the city I’m visiting. One way is to talk to local people and get advices about which spots you shouldn’t miss.Read Full Story
The law has always been part and parcel of the human experience. Ever since ancient times, laws have been established to help guide and regulate human behavior. As humanity progresses, the laws change as well. With every development that we encounter and create, laws are adjusted to continue being relevant, and new circumstances necessitate laws to govern it.
I have always been amazed by impactful AI applications that transform people’s life and one of the areas where I see this transformation happening nowadays is healthcare.
AI and healthcare is an association I haven’t really considered until very recently. So I set myself a personal challenge: learn about one medical application, implement it and share it.