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Big Data Fed to Artificial Intelligence Means Great Marketing

In this special guest feature, Ross Andrew, CEO and Chairman of Maropost, suggests that by embracing AI and machine learning, marketers can turn big data into food that their tools use to accomplish business objectives.

Book Review: Introduction to Linear Algebra by Gilbert Strang

In this book review, I take a close look at the 5th edition of “Introduction to Linear Algebra” (Wellesley-Cambridge Press) by MIT mathematics professor Gilbert Strang. This book is a must-have for any serious data scientist.

Turi Launches GraphLab Create 2.0, Turi Distributed and Turi Predictive Services

Turi, formerly Dato, announced the launch of GraphLab Create 2.0, Turi Distributed and Turi Predictive Services, machine learning products that allow data scientists and software developers to add machine learning features to applications faster.

Why Insights from Facebook Topic Data Are a Game Changer

In this special guest feature, Tim Barker, CEO of DataSift Inc., highlights the predictive power of using Facebook topic data as a data source for gaining business insights.

TalkingData Launches Data Science Competition Featuring $25,000 Prize Pool

TalkingData, the leading Big Data and analytics company in China, is launching its “Global Data Science Competition” beginning today, July 11, 2016 and ending September 5, 2016.

How Machine Learning Will Transform the Way Employers and Candidates Connect

In this contributed article, Sham Mustafa, Co-founder & CEO of Correlation One, explores leveraging the benefits of machine learning for HR professionals during the hiring process for job applicants,

Stephen Hawking: Advances in AI May Not Be Benign

Professor Hawking joined Larry King to discuss the greatest issues facing the planet, including where artificial intelligence is headed (and what he makes of Kurzweil’s singularity theory).

Slidecast: Announcing the Nvidia Deep Learning SDK

In this slidecast, Marc Hamilton from Nvidia describes the latest updates to the company’s Deep Learning Platform. “Great hardware needs great software. To help data scientists and developers make the most of the vast opportunities in deep learning, we’re announcing today at the International Supercomputing show, ISC16, a trio of new capabilities for our deep learning software platform. The three — NVIDIA DIGITS 4, CUDA Deep Neural Network Library (cuDNN) 5.1 and the new GPU Inference Engine (GIE) — are powerful tools that make it even easier to create solutions on our platform.”

Natero Brings Machine Learning to SaaS Customer Success

Natero aims to empower Customer Success, Sales, and Marketing teams to become data-driven, without having to be data experts. It automatically aggregates and mines all sources of customer data to uncover actionable insights.

NVIDIA Supercharges Deep Learning Innovation with Program to Support AI Startups

NVIDIA unveiled a comprehensive global program to support the innovation and growth of startups that are driving new breakthroughs in artificial intelligence and data science. The NVIDIA Inception Program provides unique tools, resources and opportunities to the waves of entrepreneurs starting new companies, so they can develop products and services with a first-mover advantage.