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Introduction to Time Series Analysis and Forecasting in R


Time series analysis and forecasting is one of the key fields in statistical programming. Due to modern technology the amount of available data grows substantially from day to day. They also know that decisions based on data gained in the past, and modeled for the future, can make a huge difference. Proper understanding and training in time series analysis and forecasting will give you the power to understand and create those models. This can make you an invaluable asset for your company/institution and will boost your career!

Why AI is essential for controllers


Artificial Intelligence is a hot topic. Applications based on machine learning make the news on a near-daily basis. Smart police cameras steered by algorithms can register drivers holding cell phones with great precision. Algorithms can dynamically determine the real-time prices for taxi rides, hotel rooms, airplane seats, and so on. High-frequency traders are getting rich as they sleep by letting their secret algorithms do the work.

Intelligent IoT: Bringing the power of AI to the Internet of Things - ELE Times


The IoT is getting smarter. Companies are incorporating artificial intelligence--in particular, machine learning--into their Internet of Things applications and seeing capabilities grow, including improving operational efficiency and helping avoid unplanned downtime. WITH a wave of investment, a raft of new products, and a rising tide of enterprise deployments, artificial intelligence is making a splash in the Internet of Things (IoT). Companies crafting an IoT strategy, evaluating a potential new IoT project, or seeking to get more value from an existing IoT deployment may want to explore a role for AI. Artificial intelligence is playing a growing role in IoT applications and deployments, a shift apparent in the behavior of companies operating in this area.

Global Big Data Conference


You have most probably heard of AI or artificial intelligence. You hear it being used as a theme in movies like "The Terminator" and other stories set in a technologically-advanced world, you read it on books and you even see it on the branding of several products such as smartphones. There is what is called "AI photography," "AI gaming," and a lot of other things branded as "AI." Even in gaming, AI is plastered all over, In the world of online gambling, the top online betting apps such as Betway India make use of "AI" to run their betting apps without the need to be manually controlled by a human. However, are the things that people call AI nowadays really what AI is? Are these things really what makes AI intelligent? What is AI, and how does it work?

Complete 2020 Data Science & Machine Learning Bootcamp


Created by Philipp Muellauer Preview this Udemy Course - GET COUPON CODE Welcome to the Complete Data Science and Machine Learning Bootcamp, the only course you need to learn Python and get into data science. At over 40 hours, this Python course is without a doubt the most comprehensive data science and machine learning course available online. Even if you have zero programming experience, this course will take you from beginner to mastery. Here's why: The course is a taught by the lead instructor at the App Brewery, London's leading in-person programming bootcamp. In the course, you'll be learning the latest tools and technologies that are used by data scientists at Google, Amazon, or Netflix.

Minimum information about clinical artificial intelligence modeling: the MI-CLAIM checklist


I.S.K. is on the scientific advisory boards of Pulse Data and Medaware, both companies involved in predictive analytics. S.S. is a founder of, and holds equity in, Bayesian Health. The results of the study discussed in this publication could affect the value of Bayesian Health. This arrangement has been reviewed and approved by Johns Hopkins University in accordance with its conflict-of-interest policies. S.S. is a member of the scientific advisory board for PatientPing.

The Four Benefits of Data Mining: Google's Side of the Data Story


Whenever you use a free application, website, or service, the companies behind it gain large amounts of information about you and then package you with other users with similar ages and interests to be sold to advertisers. This process is called data mining, is how Google generated a staggering $134.81 billion in advertising in 2019 alone. With advertising accounting for over 70% of Google's revenue, it has no other option than to try to convince us that we should not only tolerate its data collection and mining but accept it, because of its many advantages. Your phone is your personal assistant, and the more information about you it gets fed, the more things it can do for you. Would you care that your data is being collected if Google could use it to make things easier for you?

Ain't Not Such a Thing as a 'Citizen Data Scientist'


Before you start using'low code' or'drag & drop' data science tools, please learn the fundamentals. Why aspire to be'Citizen Data Scientist' when you can truly become a'Data Scientist.' Don't get swayed by the fancy titles like'Citizen Data Scientist.' It is funny that so much hard selling is happening in data science. I mean, just because we know how to use a thermometer or operate BP machine, should we start calling ourselves'Citizen Doctor'?

Our Recommendations on Data Science Books -- Free and Paid


Over the last decade, data science has become one of the most paid and highly reputed domains for professionals in the information technology field. Nowadays, data science applications have become inevitable for most (if not all) businesses. Hence, there is a surge of proficient data science professionals. Therefore, if you plan to move into this domain, you may find a wide variety of data-science-related books available online, which in turn, it can be an arduous task to pick out the most notable books to get into data science. This article aims to solve this conundrum by providing you with our editorial recommendations on the best and high-quality books for data science.

Intel launches industrial IoT processors, software packages for various industries


Infrastructure around the world is being linked together via sensors, machine learning and analytics. We examine the rise of the digital twin, the new leaders in industrial IoT (IIoT) and case studies that highlight the lessons learned from production IIoT deployments. Intel launched two new industrial IoT processors at its Intel Industrial Summit as well as edge computing hardware and software reference designs aimed at specific use cases. The 11th Gen Intel Core & Intel Atom x6000E Series processors aim to bring more compute to edge applications. The company also outlined an Edge Software Hub including use-case specific reference designs, customization tools and reusable container packages for retail, industrial, predictive analytics, and computer vision.