Mathematical intuition required for Data Science and Machine Learning. The linear algebra intuition required to become a Data Scientist. Then, this course is for you. The Common mistake by a data scientist is Applying the tools without the intuition of how it works and behaves. Having the solid foundation of mathematics will help you to understand how each algorithms work, its limitations and its underlying assumptions.
When you think of the words "data" and "mine", no doubt the idea of data mining comes first. However, just as much as we find value in mining the rich resources of data, so too can we apply the advanced techniques for dealing with data to real-world mining -- that is, extracting natural resources from the earth. The world is just as dependent on natural resources as it is data resources, so it makes sense to see how the evolving areas of artificial intelligence and machine learning have an impact on the world of mining and natural resource extraction. Mining has always been a dangerous profession, since extracting minerals, natural gas, petroleum, and other resources requires working in conditions that can be dangerous for human life. Increasingly, we are needing to go to harsher climates such as deep under the ocean or deep inside the earth to extract the resources we still need.
AI has become the need of the hour and all the industries are now integrating analytics and AI to drive the decision-making process. Bhagirath Kumar Lader, who is the Chief Manager (Business Information System) at GAIL led us through a session briefing Artificial Intelligence essentials for business leaders in today's age. Lader is one of the key members of the digital transformation team at GAIL and carries huge knowledge about how AI, ML and DL are crucial to businesses. He gave us a quick overview of the motivation for AI, AI essentials, AI hype vs reality while taking us through use cases. While AI is a crucial part of businesses, one of the key drivers of its implementation is its ability to make the decision which is usually considered the forte of humans.
Singapore has kicked off efforts to develop a framework to ensure the "responsible" adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) and data analytics in credit risk scoring and customer marketing. Two teams comprising banks and industry players have been tasked to establish metrics that can assist financial institutions in ensuring the "fairness" of their AI and data analytics tools in these instances. The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) said a whitepaper detailing the metrics would be published by year-end along with an open source code to enable financial institutions to adopt the metrics. These organisations then would be able to integrate the open source code into their own IT systems to assess the fairness of their AI applications, the industry regulator said in a statement Friday. It added that the open source code would be deployed on the online global marketplace and sandbox, API Exchange (APIX), which enabled fintech and FSI companies to integrate and test applications via a cloud-based platform.
In this tutorial, you will learn different ways of optimizing loops in pandas. Pandas is one of the most popular python libraries among data scientists. While performing data analysis and data manipulation tasks in pandas, sometimes, you may want to loop/iterate over DataFrame and do some operation on each row. While this can be a simple task if the size of the data is small, it is cumbersome and very much time consuming if you have a larger data-set. So, we need to find an efficient way to loop through the pandas DataFrame.
Data Science has been a big deal for quite some time now. In the rapidly expanding technological world of today, when humans tend to generate a lot of data, it is quintessential that we know how to analyze, process, and use that data for further knowledgable business insights. There has been enough said on Python vs R for Data Science but I am not talking about it here. We need both of them and that's about it. The languages made to the list on the basis of their popularity, number of Github mentions, the pros and the cons, and their relevancy to Data Science in 2020.
In a blog post today, Google laid out the concept of federated analytics, a practice of applying data science methods to the analysis of raw data that's stored locally on edge devices. As the tech giant explains, it works by running local computations over a device's data and making only the aggregated results -- not the data from the particular device -- available to authorized engineers. While federated analytics is closely related to federated learning, an AI technique that trains an algorithm across multiple devices holding local samples, it only supports basic data science needs. It's "federated learning lite" -- federated analytics enables companies to analyze user behaviors in a privacy-preserving and secure way, which could lead to better products. Google for its part uses federated techniques to power Gboard's word suggestions and Android Messages' Smart Reply feature.
Automation has been used for decades in a wide range of industries to boost efficiency and productivity, reduce waste and ensure quality and safety. Emerging technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Natural Language Processing (NLP) and big data analytics are now being combined with automation, to deal with more complex problems and bring further improvements to business processes. This convergence of automation and intelligence is known as hyper automation. Also known as cognitive or smart automation, hyper automation is at the forefront of the 4th Industrial Revolution and is gradually making its way into every aspect of business, delivering unprecedented results. There are a number of factors driving the adoption of hyper automation among enterprises, including the ability to improve operational and service performance.
Talend has released the latest update to its Talend Data Fabric platform is adding several new features, including AI/ML, to more quickly reveal latent intelligence held inside dispersed enterprise data. The Talend Winter '20 release delivers trusted data quickly, reliably and at first sight for faster business outcomes, according to Talend execs. "The innovations introduced in Talend Data Fabric will provide our customers with dramatically improved efficiency, optimized productivity and scale, and accelerated path to revealing value from data," said Talend's Ciaran Dynes senior vice president products in a statement. Here's a list of notable features in Talend's Winter '20 release, and how they deliver value. Data Inventory: This new cloud-based app automatically inventories and quality checks data to reveal trusted data quickly and easily.
The insurance industry is way past its time when timely response and a balanced price-quality relationship were enough to define customer experience. The advent of Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Advanced Analytics have disrupted the insurance industry and have reshaped the way it operates. Insurtech firms these days are using their AI and ML capabilities to drive high-quality customer experiences, increased loyalty, generate new revenue while simultaneously reducing the costs. The vision of the insurance firms today and for the future is where customers and customer experience comes first. The combination of AI and ML models built on top of the Customer Data Platform leads to improved customer experience through hyper-personalization.