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The Year in Machine Learning (Part Four)

This is the fourth installment in a four-part review of 2016 in machine learning and deep learning. — Part One covered Top Trends in the field, including concerns about bias, interpretability, deep learning’s explosive growth, the democratization of supercomputing, and the emergence of cloud machine learning platforms. — Part Two surveyed significant developments in Open Source machine learning projects, such as R, Python, Spark, Flink,

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Roundup 11/2/2016

Machine learning (ML) and deep learning (DL) content from the past 24 hours. Plus, some AI stuff. The Next Platform publishes my three-part series on the state of enterprise machine learning. Part one is here. Part two is here. Part three is here. In an interview published on Forbes, SAS CEO Jim Goodnight notes that Viya, SAS’ new architecture, is the company’s

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Machine Learning Roundup (September 29, 2016)

Machine learning (ML) and deep learning (DL) content from the past 24 hours. ICYMI. Issues On the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s Deeplinks blog, Gennie Gebhart and Erica Portnoy ponder privacy issues raised by facial recognition technology.In Fortune, Jeff John Roberts enumerates what companies get wrong about ML. Also in Fortune, Roger Parloff explains why DL is suddenly changing your life. Opinions

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Big Analytics Roundup (September 19, 2016)

Many thanks to Australia’s Dez Blanchfield for his contributions to this roundup. We set out to create a special “Australia/APAC” edition; however, most of the stories have a global interest: chips are chips and deep learning is deep learning wherever you live. We did find this story, profiling a Tasmanian oyster farm that uses Microsoft’s IoT hub. Well, that’s embarrassing. MapR’s

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Big Analytics Roundup (September 12, 2016)

On a Google blog, Kaz Sato describes how a Japanese farmer uses TensorFlow to classify cucumbers. Very good. Perhaps now Google can set TensorFlow to work figuring out how to comply with EU regulations. Good Reads Adrian Colyer returns for the Fall semester with daily papers. Superlative Reads Dez Blanchfield heaps praise on obscure blogger’s new book. HPE Holds a Fire Sale

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