If I asked you what marketers identify as the number one most exciting business opportunity in 2019, I bet most of you would guess “social media”, “mobile-first experiences”, or even “video marketing”.Read Full Story
Steampunk is pleased to announce an exciting partnership with MuleSoft as it officially joins their Partnership Technology Program.Read Full Story
This is especially for the excel lovers! In this blog, we will see few of the new and exciting data visualization features of Excel 2016.Read Full Story
I’ve just RE-released my very first course (no longer available on any platform anywhere else), which was focused on MATLAB for signal processing with images and sound.
Crazy to think that I made this course FIVE years ago. This course was not even my idea!
It can be thought of as the MATLAB equivalent of my free Numpy course (which is for Python).
I have some exciting news about something I’ve been working on for the last year or so. I started a company! It’s called Problem Forward data science. I’m pumped about this new startup for a lot of reasons.
My co-founder is one of my families closest friends, Jamie McGovern, who has more than 2 decades of experience in the consulting world and who I’ve known for 15 years.
Welcome! If you’re interested in the exciting world of data science, but don’t know where to start, Data School is here to help.Read Full Story
A lot of new exciting standards are coming to browsers these days, among them the WebRTC standard, which adds support for streaming video and audio from native devices such as a webcamera. One of the exciting things that this enables, is so called head tracking.Read Full Story
Our second class of OpenAI Scholars has concluded, with all eight scholars producing an exciting final project showcased at Scholars Demo Day at OpenAI. Over the past three months, we’ve seen how experienced engineers working in software, medicine, physics, child development and other fields can become machine learning practitioners with our combination of educational resources and mentorship.Read Full Story
It is very exciting that after many years of hard work, we have finally released our machine learning framework as open source! The announcement made yesterday at NIPS by Prof. Carlos Guestrin: And here is our github link: https://github.Read Full Story
Two exciting NLP papers at ICML 2018!
ICML 2018 accepts are out, and I am excited about two papers that I will briefly outline here. I think both papers are phenomenally good and will bring back structured prediction in NLP to modern deep learning architectures.
In January, I was excited to make an announcement about a shift in my career:
I have some exciting news: today I’m joining @DataCamp as their Chief Data Scientist 🎉📊📈 pic.twitter.
https://www.analyticsvidhya.comWord Embedding Models
NLP has progressed tremendously over the past few years. One of the most exciting advancements in the field is the concept of word embeddings. When one deals with text in a machine learning setting, he has to find a way to turn words into numbers, since machine learning models are only able to take numbers as inputs.
One of the most exciting applications of Social Media data is the automated identification, evaluation and prediction of trends. I already sketched some ideas in this blog post. Last year – and this was one of my personal highlights – I had the opportunity to speak at the PyData 2014 Berlin on the topic of Street Fighting Trend Research.Read Full Story
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Deep learning is one of the most exciting artificial intelligence topics. It’s a family of algorithms loosely based on a biological interpretation that have proven astonishing results in many areas: computer vision, natural language processing, speech recognition and more.
Over the past five years, deep learning expanded to a broad range of industries.
Some exciting personal news: I’ve (finally) graduated from The Cooper
Union, and I’m joining Point72 Asset
Management as a data scientist/research analyst!
Point72 is an American hedge fund, headquartered in Connecticut. I’ll be based
in New York, working out of their Hudson
In this next chapter of my life, my professional focuses are: