TOP 7 Course Bundle on Data Science And Machine Learning Masterclass

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In this course, we will discuss Azure Machine Learning in detail. You will learn what features it provides and how it is used. We will explore how to process some real-world datasets and find some patterns in that dataset. This course teaches you how to design, deploy, configure and manage your machine learning models with Azure Machine Learning. The course will start with an introduction to the Azure ML toolset and features provided by it and then dive deeper into building some machine learning models based on some real-world problems 4. Data Visualization with Python: The Complete Guide Data Visualization with Python: The Complete Guide.


Handy Data Visualization Functions in matplotlib & Seaborn to Speed Up Your EDA

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There aren't any non-numerical columns in this dataset, but oftentimes, there will be plenty of data cleaning, binarizing, checking datatypes, and more to do. But that's not the focus of this post, so let's assume that has all been done. Now we're ready to do some plots! Let's start with a quick look at the Pearson correlation coefficients. Visualizing on a heatmap is a nice way to go for this task and I hate looking at the redundant half of the ordinary correlation heatmap, so let's also mask half of it with a white upper triangle.


Alibaba Cloud Releases Alink Machine Learning Platform on GitHub CDOTrends

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Alibaba Cloud (Alibaba) has released the source code its Alink machine learning platform on GitHub. Developed by Alibaba, Alink offers a broad range of algorithm libraries that support both batch and stream processing, vital for machine learning tasks such as online product recommendation and intelligent customer services. According to Alibaba, Alink was developed based on Flink, a unified distributed computing engine. With seamless unification of batch and stream processing, Alibaba says Alink offers a more effective platform for developers to perform data analytics and machine learning tasks. The platform supports open-source data storage such as Kafka, HDFS and HBase, as well as Alibaba's proprietary data storage format.


RPA & AI (UiPath and Machine Learning)

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Robotics Process Automation (RPA) is a technology that helps you in automating your business process. It is a technology which mimic human actions in interacting with digital system. To understand what's RPA in a more intuitive way: What can RPA do for you? UiPath is one of the top leaders which develops Robotics Process Automation platforms. By deploying RPA into your business process, it helps your business in reducing operation cost, eliminate human error and saving time.


Machine Learning, Spatial and Graph - No License Required!

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In keeping with Oracle's mission to help people see data in new ways, discover insights, unlock endless possibilities, customers wishing to utilize the Machine Learning, Spatial and Graph features of Oracle Database are no longer required to purchase additional licenses. As of December 5, 2019, the Machine Learning (formerly known as Advanced Analytics), Spatial and Graph features of Oracle Database may be used for development and deployment purposes with all on-prem editions and Oracle Cloud Database Services. See the Oracle Database Licensing Information Manual (pdf) for more details. This latest announcement further enhances the benefits of Oracle's multi-model converged architecture by supporting multiple data types, data models (e.g. Developers and data scientists can use standard SQL interfaces and/or APIs with Oracle's Machine Learning functions, Graph analytics and Spatial operators to develop their models and applications.


Green Dreams: Agilyx and GE Enter Agreement to Advance the Circular Economy for Plastics

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Imagine a world where plastic materials would never go to waste. Agilyx Corporation ("Agilyx"), the leader in chemical recycling of post-use plastics back into plastics chemicals and low carbon fuels, today announced a dynamic collaboration in artificial intelligence (AI) technology with the General Electric Company through its Licensing business unit that would bring the world closer than ever to making this green dream possible. Combining Agilyx's deep domain experience in chemical recycling with GE's vast experience in the application of Industrial AI, the two companies are aiming to increase the chemical recyclability of all post-use plastics from the current 10% to over 95%. This announcement is the result of a year-long, successful effort to assess GE's advanced modeling technology developed by GE Research, and its applicability to the database of chemical conversions of post-use plastics that Agilyx has amassed over the last 15 years. Together, the companies can greatly improve recycling rates by deploying an innovative set of artificial intelligence ("AI") technologies, including machine learning ("ML"), predictive modeling ("PM") and optimization tools, in combination with other supply chain innovations in partnership with a growing number of diverse leaders in the waste and recycling, petrochemical, consumer goods products and retail industries.


Industrial revolution race: who will be the global winner of 4IR?

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Today's largest manufacturing country headed the output league table nearly two centuries ago before being ousted by Britain in the first industrial revolution. China accounts for 20 per cent of global output, followed by the United States with 18 per cent, Japan 10 per cent, Germany 7 per cent and South Korea with 4 per cent, according to the most recent (2015) data from the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development. The UK is ninth with 2 per cent. In the intervening centuries there have been sizeable shifts. China reclaimed its crown after 150 years by overtaking America during the past decade.


Venzee Technologies CEO: Pivot to Partner-Selling Model a Success

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Venzee Technologies CEO John Sexton Abrams told the Investing News Network how the company's partner-selling model is creating opportunities for growth. Venzee Technologies Inc. (TSXV:VENZ) CEO John Abrams believes that the company's use of channel partners is fundamental to its growth, leading the company to new and better opportunities. Venzee Technologies is a software-as-a-service (SaaS) company that serves as a data-exchange link between product manufacturers, suppliers and retailers. The company's platform uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to consolidate and distribute product information across the global retail supply chain. In October 2019, the company announced that it had added two Fortune 1000 manufacturing companies to its roster of clients.


Artificial Intelligence: Stats and Facts You Should Know in 2020

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TV shows and fiction aside, the present day examples of basic AI are Google Voice, Cortana, Alexa, Siri and chatbots. However, AI isn't just limited to voice assistants, it's turning tables in other domains and industries as well. Several restaurants for instance have bots for room service, serving food and carrying luggage. Let's take a look at some interesting and mind-bending stats and facts on this prevalent technology to give you a better idea of the direction the market is headed. He said that at a town hall event in San Francisco in January last year and he couldn't be more right.


AI and machine learning - data centres need to differentiate themselves to survive

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Peter Ruffley, chairman at Zizo, discusses how we can best use artificial intelligence and what its role is within the data centre. The interest in adding AI and machine learning to business models is fast gaining momentum as organisations look to find patterns within their data that can deliver greater business and customer intelligence, and predict future trends. As Gartner highlights, the number of enterprises implementing AI tripled in the past year. However, Gartner also claims that more than 30% of data centres that don't deploy AI and machine learning won't be operationally and economically feasible by 2020. At present, the IT industry is doing itself no favours by promising the earth with emerging technologies, without having the ability to fully deliver them.