How Machine Learning And Contract Management Go Together

Last year, Harvard Business Review published a great article on the ways that AI are changing contract management. Author Beverly Rich has said that AI and machine learning will be integral to contracts in the 21st Century.
Rich said that there are some challenges to utilizing AI for contracts. The biggest issue is that the majority of companies don’t retain data on their contracts.

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AV Managed Services, IVCi, Lists 5 Ways to Impress Your Clients on Your Next Video Call

AV managed services, IVCi, lists five ways to impress your clients on your next video call.
Video calls are becoming one of the most popular methods of client communications. They offer endless business benefits, including but not limited to cost reduction, speed and efficiency and greater client familiarity.

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How 13 Brands Are Leveraging Snapchat Discover

Since Snapchat launched in 2011, brands have been experimenting with new ways to reach the platform’s Gen-Z and millennial audiences.
However, marketing on Snapchat hasn’t always been easy.
Between 2015 and 2017, brands like NASA, Warby Parker, and Sour Patch Kids started their Snapchat strategies by creating individual accounts.

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10 Ways Big Data Helps With Selecting The Perfect Web Hosting

Big data is essential to the modern website management field. There are a number of great ways to use big data to create stellar websites.
Most of these topics focus on the benefits of using big data to create better aesthetics and front-end designs. However, there are a lot of benefits to choosing the right web hosting provider, which is also affected by big data.

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How AWS is putting machine learning in the hands of every developer and BI analyst

Today AWS announced new ways for you to easily add machine learning (ML) predictions to applications and business intelligence (BI) dashboards using relational data in your Amazon Aurora database and unstructured data in Amazon S3, by simply adding a few statements to your SQL (structured query language) queries and making a few clicks in Amazon QuickSight.

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IDG Contributor Network: Intel flexes AI processing muscle

Cloud and datacenter architects searching for new ways to pack more artificial intelligence horsepower into already constrained spaces will want to take a close look at Intel’s new Nervana Neural Network Processors. Depending on the application, the processors may offer four times the performance or one-fifth the power draw as commercially available alternatives.

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Richer Google Analytics User Management

Today we are introducing more powerful ways to manage access to your Analytics accounts: user groups inside Google Analytics, and enforceable user policies. These new features increase your ability to tightly manage who has access to your data, and amplify the impact of the user management features we launched last year.

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Understanding How Neo4j Cypher Queries are Evaluated

There are many ways to store and manage data within a Neo4j graph database. When Neo4j 2.0 launched late last year we had an entirely new browser experience for interacting with graphs. The graph visualization from the return results of Cypher queries were at the core of the user experience enhancements to the platform.

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Introductory Machine Learning Terminology with Food

I was just pondering some ways to discuss machine learning terminology in a way that would be accessible to beginners, and figured I’d share my semi-thought-out ideas here. I’m sure this has been done before, but here are some common machine learning terms couched in the language of cooking and food.

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5 findings from O’Reilly’s machine learning adoption survey companies should know

New survey results highlight the ways organizations are handling machine learning’s move to the mainstream.As machine learning has become more widely adopted by businesses, O’Reilly set out to survey our audience to learn more about how companies approach this work.

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The Best Time to Post on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, & Pinterest

Social media is one of the best ways to amplify your brand and the great content you’re creating. But it isn’t enough to just post content to social whenever you feel like it. Some times are better than others.
So, what are the best hours to post on each social media channel?
Unfortunately, there’s no perfect answer.

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Visualizing Twitter history with streamgraphs in R

I was exploring ways to visualize my Twitter history, and ended up creating this interactive streamgraph of my 20 most used hashtags in Twitter:
The graph shows how my Twitter activity has varied a lot. The top three hashtags are #datascience, #rstats and #opendata (no surprises there).

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will wolf

As I move through my 20’s I’m consistently delighted by the subtle ways in which I’ve changed.
Will at 22: Reggaeton is a miserable, criminal assault to my ears.
Will at 28: Despacito (Remix) for breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Will at 22: Western Europe is boring. No — I’ve seen a lot of it! Everything is too clean, too nice, too perfect for my taste.

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Creating an Azure VHD from Ubuntu Cloud Images on Mac OS X

We have many different ways of delivering the Lateral API to clients who would like to install it in their own environment. One of those is as an Azure VHD for deployment to Azure VMs. In this post I will cover how to create a VHD that is fully compatible with Azure from an Ubuntu Cloud Image base.
I found the Azure documentation to be a bit outdated.

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