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Feature store applications are fairly new product technology domain that allows for the development, maintaining, and monitoring of data features used by machine learning algorithms in artificial intelligence systems around us. Basically, a feature store is a data management layer used for saving and repurposing data features specifically designed for machine learning use cases. It is a measurable data property of an entity or representation of a object (e.g. The cores system capabilities for a feature store comprises of the abilities to support feature engineering (feature creation), a storage layer for both online and offline feature storage, a serving layer (via API, SDK), with a registry that features can be discovered with historical lineage that is trackable and lastly monitoring (and alerting) of features being used in understanding data drift with anomalies detection. The benefits are ten fold in having a feature store.
Generating valuable predictive analytics from your data assets is hard, as most teams working on and building these capabilities take the difficult route. Experimentation on, and the development of, these powerful predictive capabilities in the cloud makes life much easier and cheaper not to leverage. Many enterprises greatly lack the right skills to select the right tools before the job even begins. Early decisions play a massive part in the overall and sustainable success when it comes to building predictive capabilities. To create impactful and valuable predictive insights through machine learning and deep learning models, copious amounts of data and effective ways to clean all that data is required to perform feature engineering on it, which is a way to deploy your models and monitor them.
Privacy protection has recently attracted the attention of both academics and industries. Society protects individual data privacy through complex legal frameworks. This has become a topic of interest with the increasing applications of data science and artificial intelligence that have created a higher demand to the ubiquitous application of the data. The privacy protection of the broad Data-InformationKnowledge-Wisdom (DIKW) landscape, the next generation of information organization, has not been in the limelight. Next, we will explore DIKW architecture through the applications of popular swarm intelligence and differential privacy. As differential privacy proved to be an effective data privacy approach, we will look at it from a DIKW domain perspective. Swarm Intelligence could effectively optimize and reduce the number of items in DIKW used in differential privacy, this way accelerating both the effectiveness and the efficiency of differential privacy for crossing multiple modals of conceptual DIKW. The proposed approach is proved through the application of personalized data that is based on the open-sourse IRIS dataset. This experiment demonstrates the efficiency of Swarm Intelligence in reducing computing complexity.
This paper is a scoping study to identify current methods used in handling sparse data with contextual bandits in web settings. The area is highly current and state of the art methods are identified. The years 2017-2020 are investigated, and 19 method articles are identified, and two review articles. Five categories of methods are described, making it easy to choose how to address sparse data using contextual bandits with a method available for modification in the specific setting of concern. In addition, each method has multiple techniques to choose from for future evaluation. The problem areas are also mentioned that each article covers. An overall updated understanding of sparse data problems using contextual bandits in web settings is given. The identified methods are policy evaluation (off-line and on-line) , hybrid-method, model representation (clusters and deep neural networks), dimensionality reduction, and simulation.
AI-based systems are software systems with functionalities enabled by at least one AI component (e.g., for image- and speech-recognition, and autonomous driving). AI-based systems are becoming pervasive in society due to advances in AI. However, there is limited synthesized knowledge on Software Engineering (SE) approaches for building, operating, and maintaining AI-based systems. To collect and analyze state-of-the-art knowledge about SE for AI-based systems, we conducted a systematic mapping study. We considered 248 studies published between January 2010 and March 2020. SE for AI-based systems is an emerging research area, where more than 2/3 of the studies have been published since 2018. The most studied properties of AI-based systems are dependability and safety. We identified multiple SE approaches for AI-based systems, which we classified according to the SWEBOK areas. Studies related to software testing and software quality are very prevalent, while areas like software maintenance seem neglected. Data-related issues are the most recurrent challenges. Our results are valuable for: researchers, to quickly understand the state of the art and learn which topics need more research; practitioners, to learn about the approaches and challenges that SE entails for AI-based systems; and, educators, to bridge the gap among SE and AI in their curricula.
Artificial intelligence (AI) has witnessed a substantial breakthrough in a variety of Internet of Things (IoT) applications and services, spanning from recommendation systems to robotics control and military surveillance. This is driven by the easier access to sensory data and the enormous scale of pervasive/ubiquitous devices that generate zettabytes (ZB) of real-time data streams. Designing accurate models using such data streams, to predict future insights and revolutionize the decision-taking process, inaugurates pervasive systems as a worthy paradigm for a better quality-of-life. The confluence of pervasive computing and artificial intelligence, Pervasive AI, expanded the role of ubiquitous IoT systems from mainly data collection to executing distributed computations with a promising alternative to centralized learning, presenting various challenges. In this context, a wise cooperation and resource scheduling should be envisaged among IoT devices (e.g., smartphones, smart vehicles) and infrastructure (e.g. edge nodes, and base stations) to avoid communication and computation overheads and ensure maximum performance. In this paper, we conduct a comprehensive survey of the recent techniques developed to overcome these resource challenges in pervasive AI systems. Specifically, we first present an overview of the pervasive computing, its architecture, and its intersection with artificial intelligence. We then review the background, applications and performance metrics of AI, particularly Deep Learning (DL) and online learning, running in a ubiquitous system. Next, we provide a deep literature review of communication-efficient techniques, from both algorithmic and system perspectives, of distributed inference, training and online learning tasks across the combination of IoT devices, edge devices and cloud servers. Finally, we discuss our future vision and research challenges.
Item-based collaborative filtering (ICF) has been widely used in industrial applications such as recommender system and online advertising. It models users' preference on target items by the items they have interacted with. Recent models use methods such as attention mechanism and deep neural network to learn the user representation and scoring function more accurately. However, despite their effectiveness, such models still overlook a problem that performance of ICF methods heavily depends on the quality of item representation especially the target item representation. In fact, due to the long-tail distribution in the recommendation, most item embeddings can not represent the semantics of items accurately and thus degrade the performance of current ICF methods. In this paper, we propose an enhanced representation of the target item which distills relevant information from the co-occurrence items. We design sampling strategies to sample fix number of co-occurrence items for the sake of noise reduction and computational cost. Considering the different importance of sampled items to the target item, we apply attention mechanism to selectively adopt the semantic information of the sampled items. Our proposed Co-occurrence based Enhanced Representation model (CER) learns the scoring function by a deep neural network with the attentive user representation and fusion of raw representation and enhanced representation of target item as input. With the enhanced representation, CER has stronger representation power for the tail items compared to the state-of-the-art ICF methods. Extensive experiments on two public benchmarks demonstrate the effectiveness of CER.
Federated learning (FL) brings collaborative intelligence into industries without centralized training data to accelerate the process of Industry 4.0 on the edge computing level. FL solves the dilemma in which enterprises wish to make the use of data intelligence with security concerns. To accelerate industrial Internet of things with the further leverage of FL, existing achievements on FL are developed from three aspects: 1) define terminologies and elaborate a general framework of FL for accommodating various scenarios; 2) discuss the state-of-the-art of FL on fundamental researches including data partitioning, privacy preservation, model optimization, local model transportation, personalization, motivation mechanism, platform & tools, and benchmark; 3) discuss the impacts of FL from the economic perspective. To attract more attention from industrial academia and practice, a FL-transformed manufacturing paradigm is presented, and future research directions of FL are given and possible immediate applications in Industry 4.0 domain are also proposed.
In recent years, with the increasing popularity of "Smart Technology", the number of Internet of Things (IoT) devices and systems have surged significantly. Various IoT services and functionalities are based on the analytics of IoT streaming data. However, IoT data analytics faces concept drift challenges due to the dynamic nature of IoT systems and the ever-changing patterns of IoT data streams. In this article, we propose an adaptive IoT streaming data analytics framework for anomaly detection use cases based on optimized LightGBM and concept drift adaptation. A novel drift adaptation method named Optimized Adaptive and Sliding Windowing (OASW) is proposed to adapt to the pattern changes of online IoT data streams. Experiments on two public datasets show the high accuracy and efficiency of our proposed adaptive LightGBM model compared against other state-of-the-art approaches. The proposed adaptive LightGBM model can perform continuous learning and drift adaptation on IoT data streams without human intervention.