How to Get Ready for AI and Machine Learning

By AllAnalytics. Sponsored Post. Artificial intelligence and machine learning have hit the mainstream, spanning consumer devices to enterprise initiatives. Experts in the field say change is coming fast. But just where are we? If you don’t have your plan started, are you behind the curve? AllAnalytics reached out to several thought leaders in the areas […]

5 Machine Learning Projects You Can No Longer Overlook – Episode VI

It’s time for yet another installment of “5 Machine Learning Projects You Can No Longer Overlook“, the modest quest of bringing formidable, lesser-known machine learning projects to a few additional sets of eyes. Previous lists have included both general purpose and specialized machine learning and deep learning libraries, along with auxiliary support, data cleaning, and […]

AI, machine learning and security – Computer Business Review

Add to favorites Artificial intelligence and machine learning are playing an increasing role in most aspects of enterprise technology. Because the challenges of cyber security are changing AI is playing an increasing role in defending enterprises from criminals. Malware is today evolving so fast that manual defences simply cannot keep up. Researchers at G DATA […]

Vevo: Sr. Machine Learning Engineer

Company: VevoLocation: San Francisco, CAWeb: vevo.comPosition: Senior Machine Learning Engineer _Contact_:Apply online. Vevo is the world’s leading all-premium music video and entertainment platform with over 24 billion monthly views globally. Vevo delivers a personalized and expertly curated experience for audiences to explore and discover music videos, exclusive original programming and live performances from the artists […]

Evaluating Data Science Projects: A Case Study Critique

By Tom Fawcett, Silicon Valley Data Science. I’ve written two blog posts on evaluation—the broccoli of machine learning. There are actually two closely related concerns under the rubric of evaluation: Model evaluation is typically taught to data scientists and concerns the technical quality of a model: How well does the model perform? Can we trust the numbers? Are they […]

Python vs R – Who Is Really Ahead in Data Science, Machine Learning?; Data Science and the Imposter Syndrome

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Best Data Science, Machine Learning Courses from Udemy (only $12 until Sep 20)

Here is a list of the best courses in Data Science and Machine Learning from Udemy. With the back-to-school sale, you can get these and other Udemy courses for $12, 90-95% off original price. Offer valid until Sep 20, 2017. Udemy.com is an online marketplace for learning, their data science content is updated regularly by […]

Want to Make Money With Your CNC Machine? [Read this first!]

So you bought a CNC machine.  Congratulations! Now you’re thinking you’d like to make some money with it. Perhaps you planned on making enough to pay for the machine.  Or, maybe you’d just like to supplement your income a bit.  Maybe you’re even planning to make enough that you can quit your Day Job at […]

KDnuggets™ News 17:n35, Sep 13: Putting the “Science” Back in Data Science; Python vs. R: And the leader is…

Previous post    Tags: Chatbot, Data Lakes, Data Science, Machine Learning, Python, R, Use Cases Putting the “Science” Back in Data Science; Python vs R – Who Is Really Ahead in Data Science, Machine Learning; I built a chatbot in 2 hours and this is what I learned; Are Data Lakes Fake News?; Python Overtaking […]

How machine learning APIs are impacting businesses?

In this Digital age, every organization is trying to apply machine learning and artificial intelligence to their internal and external data to get actionable insights which will help them to be closer to today’s customer.A few years back it was the field only for data scientists and statisticians, who used to analyze the data, apply […]

IoT Data Science & “DML” – match made in heaven?

DML stands for “Dynamical Machine Learning” (more in the book, “SYSTEMS Analytics for IoT Data Science”, 2017). This match is not surprising once you realize that DML & IoT are both based on the venerable Systems Theory. Let us dig deeper . . . Consider IoT for industrial applications. A machine is instrumented with sensors, […]

New Breakthroughs from DeepMind – Relational Networks and Visual Interaction Networks

By Yitaek Hwang, IoT For All. Credit: IoT For All. Given enough GPUs, distributed machine learning systems (such as the one Facebook has published earlier this week) excel in recognizing and labeling images. These systems can quickly and accurately determine whether a dog is in the image, but struggle to answer relational questions. For example, a computer […]

Python vs R for Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Data Science

With the explosion in popularity of artificial intelligence, machine learning, data science, and advanced analytics, people interested in learning more about these fields have many important questions to consider. This includes choosing which programming language is a better solution, or deciding which programming languages, packages, frameworks, platforms, and APIs to use for a given task […]

Book: Mastering Feature Engineering

Feature engineering is essential to applied machine learning, but using domain knowledge to strengthen your predictive models can be difficult and expensive. To help fill the information gap on feature engineering, this complete hands-on guide teaches beginning-to-intermediate data scientists how to work with this widely practiced but little discussed topic. Author Alice Zheng explains common […]

Why do Decision Trees Work?

This article is from Win-Vector LLC In this article we will discuss the machine learning method called “decision trees”, moving quickly over the usual “how decision trees work” and spending time on “why decision trees work.” We will write from a computational learning theory perspective, and hope this helps make both decision trees and computational […]

Meet Bantam Tools, Same as Other Machine [ Desktop CNC Routers ]

“Meet the New Boss, Same as the Old Boss” — Won’t Get Fooled Again, The Who Other Machine Co. has officially changed its name to Bantam Tools in the wake of its application by Bre Pettis (he of Makerbot fame/infamy). In terms of what’s different, not an awful lot.  Yet. The company is changing names […]

How to Train a Final Machine Learning Model

In this post, you discovered how to train a final machine learning model for operational use. You have overcome obstacles to finalizing your model, such as: Understanding the goal of resampling procedures such as train-test splits and k-fold cross validation. Model finalization as training a new model on all available data. Separating the concern of […]

Putting the “Science” Back in Data Science

By Rubens Zimbres, Data Scientist & Machine Learning Researcher. Lately I’ve seen a lot of hype surrounding — and lots of newcomers to — the Data Science field. But what exactly is SCIENCE in Data Science? The scientific method to approach a problem, in my point of view, is the best way to tackle a […]

Machine Learning with TensorFlow (GDD Europe ’17) – YouTube

TensorFlow is the most popular open-source machine learning framework in the world. In this video, Andrew Gasparovic gives you an introduction to TensorFlow and goes through new things that have been developed. He also covers some use-cases demonstrating how TensorFlow is used by Google as well as out in the real-world. Check out the ‘All […]

Another day, another drone upstart skips the consumer market

Atlas Dynamics produces ‘low radar footprint’ autonomous flying machine A Latvian drone firm taking a punt at both the professional and military markets reckons its new model can stay aloft for five hours and fly for almost 100 miles (160km). Atlas Dynamics, a Riga-based upstart founded two years ago, says its Blue-J drone is “ideally […]

ML API’s by Example (GDD Europe ’17) – YouTube

Think your business could make use of Google’s machine learning expertise when it comes to powering and improving your business applications, but you get stuck on building and training your own custom model? Google Cloud Platform (GCP) offers five APIs: Google Cloud Vision API, Cloud Speech API, Cloud Natural Language API, Cloud Translation API, and […]

Visualizing Cross-validation Code

By Sagar Sharma, Machine Learning & Programming Aficionado. Let’s visualize to improve your prediction… Let us say you are writing a nice and clean Machine Learning code (e.g. Linear Regression). Your code is OK; first you divided your dataset into two parts, the training set and test set as usual with the function like train_test_split and with some random […]

Classifying Text | Linux Journal

In my last few articles, I’ve looked at several ways one can apply machine learning, both supervised and unsupervised. This time, I want to bring your attention to a surprisingly simple—but powerful and widespread—use of machine learning, namely document classification. You almost certainly have seen this technique used in day-to-day life. Actually, you might not […]

Detecting Facial Features Using Deep Learning

By Peter Skvarenina, Machine Learning & Automation Business Owner. Maybe you were wondering how you can place funny objects on faces in real-time video chats or detect emotions? I’ll show you one possible approach here utilizing deep learning as well as skim over one older approach. A challenging task in the past was detection of […]

Cloud Functions, Women in Tech and more with Jen Person

In this episode of #CoffeeWithAGoogler, @lmoroney meets with @thatjenperson to talk about Cloud Functions for Firebase and her upcoming speaking engagements. She discusses what it’s like to be a woman in tech, and encourages others to come to Google Developer Days and the upcoming Firebase Summit. Firebase Functions samples: https://goo.gl/C2FdYs Firebase Summit 2017: https://goo.gl/CgzdLe Watch […]

Statistics 101 – Reproducibility with Syntax

Enroll in the Statistics course for free at: https://cognitiveclass.ai/courses/statistics-101/ Take this course and you won’t fail statistics. Welcome to the Statistics 101 course, taught by Murtaza Haider, Assistant Professor at Ryerson University. Statistics is one of the most challenging topics to learn, but Murtaza brings a gentle introduction to statistics in practice. Learn about descriptive […]

Becoming a Certified Mobile Web Specialist

JP Souchak introduces the Mobile Web Specialist (MWS) Certification by Google. To learn more about the Google Mobile Web Specialist certification and sign up for the exam, go to g.co/mobile-web-cert. Subscribe to the Google Developers Channel: http://goo.gl/mQyv5L

AR Experiments: Explorations in Augmented Reality

AR Experiments is a site that features work by coders who are experimenting with augmented reality in exciting ways. These experiments use various tools like ARCore, an Android SDK that makes it easier to create new AR experiences. We’re featuring our favorite projects to help inspire more coders to imagine what could be made with […]

Statistics 101 – Descriptive Statistics

Enroll in the Statistics course for free at: https://cognitiveclass.ai/courses/statistics-101/ Take this course and you won’t fail statistics. Welcome to the Statistics 101 course, taught by Murtaza Haider, Assistant Professor at Ryerson University. Statistics is one of the most challenging topics to learn, but Murtaza brings a gentle introduction to statistics in practice. Learn about descriptive […]

Google Maps Developer Docs with Will French

In this episode of Coffee with A Googler, @lmoroney meets with Will French from the Google Maps team to talk about how the developer documentation for Google Maps is presented. We learn about new developer offerings including Solutions — complete end to end multi-tier reference applications with tutorials and open source code. We also learn […]

Google Developers Agency Spotlight Presents: Surf Studio

Surf Studio is passionate about building apps that are perfect for their clients’ needs by using Big Data and Machine Learning solutions. After becoming certified, Surf had the opportunity to design a mobile app for Labirint, one of the biggest online Russian bookstores. They created an Instant App for the client which allows people to […]

Creator of Dart Wrapper for Firebase | Jana Moudra

Jana is an active woman in tech. She is a Dart programmer, a Google Developer Expert, co-founder, and has been recognized by first Czech Forbes Woman magazine as a member of the “Czech IT crowd”. In 2016, Google publicly announced the new Firebase platform to the general public, but there was no official, public Dart […]

Statistics 101 – Weighted Mean Standard Deviations

Enroll in the Statistics course for free at: https://cognitiveclass.ai/courses/statistics-101/ Take this course and you won’t fail statistics. Welcome to the Statistics 101 course, taught by Murtaza Haider, Assistant Professor at Ryerson University. Statistics is one of the most challenging topics to learn, but Murtaza brings a gentle introduction to statistics in practice. Learn about descriptive […]

The Developer Show (TL;DR 080)

Deeplearn.js: https://goo.gl/2EdG2P Subscriptions business on Google Play: https://goo.gl/TfbTRe Next-gen Dex Compiler: https://goo.gl/VYDmpe Android Things Dev Preview 5: https://goo.gl/7ij151 Firebase Dev Summit: https://goo.gl/K4oRHH Cloud Speech API: https://goo.gl/auvCbh Cloud SQL for PostgreSQL: https://goo.gl/dm2yVr The Developer Show is where you can stay up to date on all the latest Google Developer news, straight from the experts. Have a […]

Transport Tracker Solution for Google Maps – Geocasts

Create a Transport Tracker to track and manage moving assets like buses or delivery trucks. An Android app captures the location of your vehicles and stores it in a Firebase Realtime Database. A map built with the Google Maps JavaScript API provides realtime visibility of your vehicles, routes and schedules. More at: https://developers.google.com/maps/solutions/transport-tracker/ Check out […]

Statistics 101 – Does Beauty Pay

Enroll in the Statistics course for free at: https://cognitiveclass.ai/courses/statistics-101/ Take this course and you won’t fail statistics. Welcome to the Statistics 101 course, taught by Murtaza Haider, Assistant Professor at Ryerson University. Statistics is one of the most challenging topics to learn, but Murtaza brings a gentle introduction to statistics in practice. Learn about descriptive […]

The Developer Show (TL;DR 079)

TensorFlow Serving 1.0: https://goo.gl/E2hUUW International Conference on Machine Learning: https://goo.gl/cTXneX Nearby Connections 2.0: https://goo.gl/giLzUx Estimating Available Storage Space: https://goo.gl/FyRcoA Firebase Conditional REST Requests: https://goo.gl/wBVB8N Go Contributors Summit: https://goo.gl/T3ira7 The Developer Show is where you can stay up to date on all the latest Google Developer news, straight from the experts. Have a question? Use #AskDevShow […]

Google Developers Agency Spotlight Presents: Mutual Mobile

Mutual Mobile is an emerging tech agency that develops breakthrough digital applications for a more connected world. For mutual Mobile a great product is an intersection between art, humanities and technology. Check out what makes them proud of their job! In this video, learn more about their team, culture the personality of their company and […]

Statistics 101 – Statistics Assignment

Enroll in the Statistics course for free at: https://cognitiveclass.ai/courses/statistics-101/ Take this course and you won’t fail statistics. Welcome to the Statistics 101 course, taught by Murtaza Haider, Assistant Professor at Ryerson University. Statistics is one of the most challenging topics to learn, but Murtaza brings a gentle introduction to statistics in practice. Learn about descriptive […]

Statistics 101 – Time Series Charts

Enroll in the Statistics course for free at: https://cognitiveclass.ai/courses/statistics-101/ Take this course and you won’t fail statistics. Welcome to the Statistics 101 course, taught by Murtaza Haider, Assistant Professor at Ryerson University. Statistics is one of the most challenging topics to learn, but Murtaza brings a gentle introduction to statistics in practice. Learn about descriptive […]

GDG Global Community Organizer Summit

Each year many GDG organizers are in Mountain View, CA to attend Google I/O. The annual GDG Global Community Organizer Summit is a chance for them to improve their community leadership skills for running stronger chapter events, and strengthen their personal connections within Google and the GDG community. Learn more at developers.google.com/groups.

How To Build Safe Self-Driving Cars for Everyone?

Tim Kentley-Klay and Jesse Levinson, co-founders of autonomous vehicle startup Zoox, detail a not-too-distant future when we’ll get into their cars and do nothing other than say where we need to go. In conversation with Stanford Professor of the Practice Tina Seelig, the two entrepreneurs explain how self-driving cars work and how their fleet of […]

Statistics 101 – Statistical Charts

Enroll in the Statistics course for free at: https://cognitiveclass.ai/courses/statistics-101/ Take this course and you won’t fail statistics. Welcome to the Statistics 101 course, taught by Murtaza Haider, Assistant Professor at Ryerson University. Statistics is one of the most challenging topics to learn, but Murtaza brings a gentle introduction to statistics in practice. Learn about descriptive […]

Statistics 101 – Scatterplots

Enroll in the Statistics course for free at: https://cognitiveclass.ai/courses/statistics-101/ Take this course and you won’t fail statistics. Welcome to the Statistics 101 course, taught by Murtaza Haider, Assistant Professor at Ryerson University. Statistics is one of the most challenging topics to learn, but Murtaza brings a gentle introduction to statistics in practice. Learn about descriptive […]

Statistics 101 – Descriptive and Statistical Charts

Enroll in the Statistics course for free at: https://cognitiveclass.ai/courses/statistics-101/ Take this course and you won’t fail statistics. Welcome to the Statistics 101 course, taught by Murtaza Haider, Assistant Professor at Ryerson University. Statistics is one of the most challenging topics to learn, but Murtaza brings a gentle introduction to statistics in practice. Learn about descriptive […]

Statistics 101 – Visualization Fundamentals

Enroll in the Statistics course for free at: https://cognitiveclass.ai/courses/statistics-101/ Take this course and you won’t fail statistics. Welcome to the Statistics 101 course, taught by Murtaza Haider, Assistant Professor at Ryerson University. Statistics is one of the most challenging topics to learn, but Murtaza brings a gentle introduction to statistics in practice. Learn about descriptive […]

Statistics 101 – Introduction to Data Visualization

Enroll in the Statistics course for free at: https://cognitiveclass.ai/courses/statistics-101/ Take this course and you won’t fail statistics. Welcome to the Statistics 101 course, taught by Murtaza Haider, Assistant Professor at Ryerson University. Statistics is one of the most challenging topics to learn, but Murtaza brings a gentle introduction to statistics in practice. Learn about descriptive […]

The Developer Show (TL;DR 078)

Google Developers Launchpad Studio: https://goo.gl/UU3jNm Google at ACL 2017: https://goo.gl/n2Ea1R Playbook for developers: https://goo.gl/rrPvF5 Android Testing Support Library 1.0: https://goo.gl/bgzrpf Android O, Developer Preview 4: https://goo.gl/WcWpgd DartConf: https://goo.gl/6u6uYY So long, and thanks for all the Flash: https://goo.gl/ytkp89 Cloud Shell’s code editor now in beta: https://goo.gl/hB2CRj The Developer Show is where you can stay up to […]

SMS Verification Codes made Easy on Android!

In this video, Laurence Moroney (@lmoroney) takes you through the process of using the SMS Retriever API on Android. This API lets your app automatically receive verification codes without requesting full SMS reading permissions, and providing a great user experience where the codes are automatically handled without user intervention. Check out the SMS Retriever Documentation: […]

The Developer Show (TL;DR 077)

Introducing Facets: https://goo.gl/WVb17J Google at CVPR 2017: https://goo.gl/u5S7DZ An Update to Open Images – Now with Bounding-Boxes: https://goo.gl/BkyecS A stronger Dart for everyone: https://goo.gl/MHAaWB New security protections for G Suite apps: https://goo.gl/QH5Bm5 Cloud Spanner in 5 minutes: https://goo.gl/xJaawF Introducing Transfer Appliance: https://goo.gl/Dtj8np The Developer Show is where you can stay up to date on all […]

Google Developers Agency Presents – REDMADROBOT

RedMadRobot is one of the leading developer agencies in Russia and one of the few Google certified developer agencies in the world. We spent some time with them to figure out what makes them tick when they develop for Android. Register at https://goo.gl/ZQXkJQ and learn more about the program at developers.google.com/agency

Google I/O ’17 Developers Agency Program Mixer

The Google Developers Agency Program Pre I/O mixer is an awesome place to meet all the great developer agencies in the program, mingle with fellow devs, discuss what’s next and party on! Learn more about the program at https://developers.google.com/agency/ Register your interest at https://goo.gl/ZQXkJQ

The Next Generation of AI Chatbots & Cognitive Services

In the not-so-distant future, we’ll be able to interact with computers using voice, gaze and other natural methods of communication. In this session, you’ll hear from two top Microsoft researchers who will discuss their work around chatbots and cognitive services. Speakers: Dan Driscoll, Principal Software Development Engineer at Microsoft Research & Cornelia Carapcea, Senior Program […]

Elon Musk on Beneficial AI and Superintelligence

Elon Musk, Stuart Russell, Ray Kurzweil, Demis Hassabis, Sam Harris, Nick Bostrom, David Chalmers, Bart Selman, and Jaan Tallinn discuss with Max Tegmark (moderator) what likely outcomes might be if we succeed in building human-level AGI, and also what we would like to happen.