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How random are random numbers

The article is meant for software developers that use random numbers in their code; and brings out the perspective that there are different “types” of random numbers. In machine learning and statistics, we make use of random numbers for doing a variety of things, such as initializing learning parameters, or …

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Digital Data Analysis is Affecting Us All – in the Business World and in Politics…

Check out my 9.27.17 blog post on LinkedIn  – https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/digital-data-analysis-affecting-us-all-business-world-Maroney/ Innovations like blockchain, machine learning, artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things aren’t just affecting the business world…  Data Science…   elections influenced…    Russians targeted hotbutton issues in Facebook Ads…     34 of the 100 Senate seats are up for reelection in November 2018… …

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Relax, Judgement Day is Not Coming

Rosie, the robotic maid, from The Jetsons is virtually perfect. She’s feisty, funny, efficient and above all, empathetic. As chatbots and digital assistants continue to naturalize the workplace, Rosie becomes the standard. The challenge, with this vision, is incorporating empathy into our future machine colleagues. While machines can be taught …

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Machine Learning in SAP HANA #ASUG Webcast Summary

This was an ASUG webcast last month provided by the BITI Dev/Tech Special Interest Group.  What is machine learning, and what is SAP HANA Machine Learning? Figure 1: Source: SAP Computers learn from data without explicitly programmed Today, you have to recode application In ML algorithm encompasses decision making and …

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Recap: PyData Conference 2017 Berlin

TLDR transfer learning will be the next driver of ML commercial success (domain adaption, fortuitous data, …) use data sources like the typing behavior of people to label data (like finding word boundaries by pauses): fortuitous data problem with labeled data: too small amount and biased collaboration between data scientists …

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IBM Watson gives Voice to SAP Leonardo!

During the SAPPHIRE May’17, Orlando, Florida when SAP published their first set of Machine Learning APIs, I was really excited and wanted to be one of the early  to try it out. We all do stand in the queue to be early  for lot of things, right? Anyway, while thinking …

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Dive Deep into Deep Learning: SAP at the International Conference on Learning Representations (ICLR)

Machine Learning goes beyond when implementing Deep Learning. This thriving technique is conveyed once more at the ICLR, a genuine deep learning focused conference, which SAP Innovation Center Network proudly sponsored. The International Conference on Learning Representations (ICLR) is appropriately and often described as “the deep learning conference”. In short, …

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