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5 Things You Need to Know about Big Data

We take a look at five things you need to know about Big Data. By Dan Clark, KDnuggets. comments There’s a lot of social media and general internet buzz regarding Big Data, but what exactly is it? Here are 5 interesting things to know about Big Data....

Adam Geitgey

Try Deep Learning in Python now with a fully pre-configured VM I love to write about face recognition, image recognition and all the other cool things you can build with machine learning. Whenever possible, I try to include code examples or even writ...

AI is not at all like Mobile/Cloud/SaaS

AI is a hard problem and will take much longer to solve in any scope. The sudden uptick in interest may revert back to normal, but the cycle of work will be longer, much more diverse, and interesting than Mobile/Cloud/SaaS. comments By Alexy Khrabrov...

Analytics help app developer conceive of new possibilities

By now, we all have realised the power of IoT, Mobile Apps, Big __data Analytics. comments By Paul Gillin. Desperately trying to get pregnant? There’s an app for that. Actually, there are many apps for that. Type “period tracker” into Google Play and...

Favio Vázquez

A “weird” introduction to Deep Learning There are amazing introductions, courses and blog posts on Deep Learning. But this is a different kind of introduction. There are amazing introductions, courses and blog posts on Deep Learning. I will name some...

Mark Humphries

Your Cortex Contains 17 Billion Computers Neural networks of neural networks Brains receive input from the outside world, their neurons do something to that input, and create an output. That output may be a thought (I want curry for dinner); it may b...

satRday conference @ Budapest next week

(This article was first published on rapporter, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers) There’s only one week left until the very first satRdays event all around the world! This is a very exciting project with great interest from the R and more general...

Shiny happy people in the land of the Czar

(This article was first published on Gianluca Baio's blog, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers) During the summer, we’ve worked silently but relentlessly to set up a departmental server that could run R-Shiny applications.  There’s a bunch of us in...