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Interview: The Institute of Business Forecasting & Planning Talks to Dr. Eric Siegel
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Industry News

Building a Diverse Workforce for Next-Generation Analytics and AI

 Originally published in HPCWire, October 15, 2018 High-performance computing (HPC) has a well-known diversity problem, and groups such as Women in HPC are working to address it. But while the diversity challenge crosses the science and technology spectrum, it is especially acute in areas of HPC where breakthroughs are driven by extracting insights from data.

The Growing Participation of Women in the Data Science Community

 Originally published in KDNuggets, September 2018 Research indicates data science is a promising career path, and it’s a field likely to offer job security and growth for the foreseeable future. Women are still significantly underrepresented, though. Statistics...

Deep Learning Framework Power Scores 2018—Who’s On Top in Usage, Interest, and Popularity?

 Originally published in Towards Data Science  September 19, 2018 For today’s leading deep learning methods and technology, attend the conference and training workshops at Deep Learning World, June 16-19, 2019 in Las Vegas.  Deep learning continues to...

How Netflix Uses Big Data to Drive Success

 Originally published in insideBIGDATA  January 20, 2018. Netflix has over 100 million subscribers and with that comes a wealth of data they can analyze to improve the user experience. Big data has helped Netflix massively in their...

Best of arXiv.org for AI, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning – July 2018

 Originally published in insideBIGDATA, August 13, 2018 In this recurring monthly feature, we filter recent research papers appearing on the arXiv.org preprint server for compelling subjects relating to AI, machine learning and deep learning – from disciplines...

Infographic: The Data Scientist Shortage

 Originally published in insideBIGDATA,  August 19, 2018. The supply of information stored digitally and accessible to web users worldwide currently amounts to around 4.4 Zettabytes or 4.4 Trillion Gigabytes. Of that information, most of it was produced...

AI Algorithm Teaches a Car to Drive From Scratch in 20 Minutes

 Originally published in New Atlas, July 5, 2018 For today’s leading deep learning methods and technology, attend the conference and training workshops at Deep Learning World, June 16-19, 2019 in Las Vegas. A pair of artificial intelligence...

Why Isn’t Machine Learning More Widely Used for Medical Diagnoses?

 Originally published in Quora.com May 30, 2018 I used to scratch my head asking the same question until I had an enlightening conversation with a close friend of mine who works for a large healthcare consulting company....

Debunking Google’s Death AI

 Originally published in Data Science Central, July 4, 2018 Editor’s note: Although this author absolves the researchers (from Google) and blames only the journalists for the widespread false claims of a 95% accuracy level for mortality prediction,...

Facebook Is About To Bring The Hammer Down On Overseas Fake News Operators

  Originally published in BuzzFeed, June 21, 2018 The company rolled out new tech it says can help automatically identify pages spreading fake news. Facebook is taking more steps to punish page owners outside of the US...

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