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When and how to build out your data science team

When and how to build out your data science team Ganes Kesari Contributor Share on Twitter Ganes Kesari is a co-founder and head of analytics at Gramener. He helps transform organizations through advisory in building data science teams and adopting insights as data stories. Increasingly, startups across the spectrum are looking to […]

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DataRobot is acquiring Paxata to add data prep to machine learning platform

DataRobot is acquiring Paxata to add data prep to machine learning platform DataRobot, a company best known for creating automated machine learning models known as AutoML, announced today that it intends to acquire Paxata, a data prep platform startup. The companies did not reveal the purchase price. Paxata raised a total of […]

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Google makes moving data to its cloud easier

Google makes moving data to its cloud easier Google Cloud today announced Transfer Service, a new service for enterprises that want to move their data from on-premise systems to the cloud. This new managed service is meant for large-scale transfers on the scale of billions of files and petabytes of data. It […]

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Chatbots spotlight machine learning’s trillion-dollar potential

Chatbots spotlight machine learning’s trillion-dollar potential Gustavo Parés Contributor Share on Twitter Gustavo Parés is CEO of NDS Cognitive Labs, a leader in cognitive computing and AI business solutions. A Professor at Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM), he’s partnered with Microsoft, IBM and Google to deliver digital transformation […]

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AWS is sick of waiting for your company to move to the cloud

AWS is sick of waiting for your company to move to the cloud AWS held its annual re:Invent customer conference last week in Las Vegas. Being Vegas, there was pageantry aplenty, of course, but this year’s model felt a bit different than in years past, lacking the onslaught of major announcements we […]

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Why AWS is selling a MIDI keyboard to teach machine learning

Why AWS is selling a MIDI keyboard to teach machine learning Earlier this week, AWS launched DeepComposer, a set of web-based tools for learning about AI to make music and a $99 MIDI keyboard for inputting melodies. That launch created a fair bit of confusion, though, so we sat down with Mike […]

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New tweet generator mocks venture capitalists

New tweet generator mocks venture capitalists “Airbnb’s unit economics are quite legendary — the S-1 is going to be MOST disrupted FASTEST in the next 3 YEARS? Caps for effect.” Who Tweeted that? Initialized Capital’s Garry Tan? Homebrew’s Hunter Walk? Y Combinator co-founder Paul Graham? Or perhaps one of the dozens of […]

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Dataiku is now worth $1.4 billion following secondary round

Dataiku is now worth .4 billion following secondary round Enterprise AI company Dataiku has announced some changes in its capitalization table. CapitalG (formerly Google Capital), Alphabet’s growth equity investment fund, is investing in the startup by buying out some of Serena Capital’s shares. Serena Capital has been an investor in Dataiku since […]

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This 16-game arcade for AIs tests their playing prowess

This 16-game arcade for AIs tests their playing prowess Figuring out just what an AI is good at is one of the hardest thing about understanding them. To help determine this, OpenAI has designed a set of games that can help researchers tell whether their machine learning agent is actually learning basic […]

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AWS announces new enterprise search tool powered by machine learning

AWS announces new enterprise search tool powered by machine learning Today at AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas, the company announced a new search tool called Kendra, which provides natural language search across a variety of content repositories using machine learning. Matt Wood, AWS VP of artificial intelligence, said the new search tool […]

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