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Human error in data analytics, and how to fix it using artificial intelligence

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The benefits of analytics are well-documented. Analytics has helped organisations transform retail experiences, map pathways for trains and trucks, discover extraterrestrial life, and even predict diseases. However, over the past few years, organisations across the globe have wrestled with just how much human error has permeated their analytics attempts, often ending with disastrous results. From crashing spacecraft to sinking ships, transferring billions of dollars to unintended recipients, and causing deaths due to overdose of medication, human error in data analysis has far-reaching ramifications for organisations. The reason for human error in data analysis could be many, such as lack of experience, fatigue or loss of attention, lack of knowledge, or the all-too-common biases in interpreting data. However, what's common among these errors is that they are related to humans reading, processing, analysing, and interpreting data.


4 times Shakespeare has inspired stories about robots and AI

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Science fiction is a genre very much associated with technological marvels, innovations, and visions of the future. So it may be surprising to find so many of its writers are drawn to Shakespeare – he's a figure associated with tradition and the past. Sometimes his plays are reworked in a science fiction setting. The 1956 film Forbidden Planet is just one of many variations on a "Tempest in space" theme. Sometimes the playwright appears as a character caught up in a time travel adventure.


Black Sun on Steam

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Text freely in natural language with your AI assistant Hopper: let her fly the ship, get her help during combat or ask for a market analysis to maximise your trading profit. She knows a lot - including terrible space jokes. A large 2D open-world universe containing numerous solar systems, space stations and ships to discover. Large means astronomical and impossible-to-fly-through. Be grateful if the jump engine works properly. Find your kidnapped brother while making interstellar friends and enemies.


Human error in data analytics, and how to fix it using artificial intelligence

#artificialintelligence

The benefits of analytics are well-documented. Analytics has helped organisations transform retail experiences, map pathways for trains and trucks, discover extraterrestrial life, and even predict diseases. However, over the past few years, organisations across the globe have wrestled with just how much human error has permeated their analytics attempts, often ending with disastrous results. From crashing spacecraft to sinking ships, transferring billions of dollars to unintended recipients, and causing deaths due to overdose of medication, human error in data analysis has far-reaching ramifications for organisations. The reason for human error in data analysis could be many, such as lack of experience, fatigue or loss of attention, lack of knowledge, or the all-too-common biases in interpreting data. However, what's common among these errors is that they are related to humans reading, processing, analysing, and interpreting data.


Four times Shakespeare has inspired stories about robots and AI

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When their inventor the aptly named Dr Capek dies, the robot who plays Hamlet determines to find out the truth and just like Shakespeares original prince avenge the murder of his creator.This is just one example of a strange apparent association between Hamlet and robots.


Four times Shakespeare has inspired stories about robots and AI

#artificialintelligence

Science fiction is a genre very much associated with technological marvels, innovations, and visions of the future. So it may be surprising to find so many of its writers are drawn to Shakespeare – he's a figure associated with tradition and the past. Sometimes his plays are reworked in a science fiction setting. The 1956 film Forbidden Planet is just one of many variations on a "Tempest in space" theme. Sometimes the playwright appears as a character caught up in a time travel adventure.


Four times Shakespeare has inspired stories about robots and AI

#artificialintelligence

Science fiction is a genre very much associated with technological marvels, innovations, and visions of the future. So it may be surprising to find so many of its writers are drawn to Shakespeare – he's a figure associated with tradition and the past. Sometimes his plays are reworked in a science fiction setting. The 1956 film Forbidden Planet is just one of many variations on a "Tempest in space" theme. Sometimes the playwright appears as a character caught up in a time travel adventure.


Docker Masterclass for Machine Learning and Data Science

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Embedded in each section you'll not only find great video lessons, but also enriching articles and quizzes designed to take you to Docker heaven! On top of that, the content is constantly being updated, so be sure to check every so often for new videos! Once you're done with the course, you'll be certain you can take on any Docker challenges and ship your projects like a pro! So, are you ready to dockerize your ML projects?


Docker Masterclass for Machine Learning and Data Science

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Embedded in each section you'll not only find great video lessons, but also enriching articles and quizzes designed to take you to Docker heaven! On top of that, the content is constantly being updated, so be sure to check every so often for new videos! Once you're done with the course, you'll be certain you can take on any Docker challenges and ship your projects like a pro! So, are you ready to dockerize your ML projects?


How Incorta uses AI to address supply-chain issues

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Prior to this pandemic year of 2021, the term "supply chain" didn't raise many red flags for most consumers, frankly because they didn't have to think about it. Buyers were so accustomed to getting things on schedule that it rarely became a regular topic of conversation. That all changed in the second half of 2021. With the pandemic slowing down production lines and transportation in faraway places, the term "supply chain" is now regularly in headlines. This has been the greatest shock to global supply chains in modern history.