Our friends over at Loop AI Labs have provided the video presentations below that discuss how they built a framework for Human Capacity Cognitive Computing, which helps organizations to quickly morph at scale into Digitally Transformed companies. Digital Transformation empowers organization to take advantage of all their existing digital assets in new ways, allowing enterprises to re-envision their entire business, including customer experience, operational processes and financial models.
From the World Economic Forum – Davos 2016, we have the proving panel discussion below that examines the state of AI in 2016. How close are technologies to simulating or overtaking human intelligence and what are the implications for industry and society?
Arcadia Data, builder of a visual analytics and business intelligence platform for big data that runs natively on Hadoop, is hosting a compelling webinar on Thursday, March 24, 2016 at 10am Pacific/1pm Eastern to exemplify how you can put Hadoop to work with Unified Visual Analytics and BI.
Here is a compelling interview with data scientist Will Kurt, courtesy of the Becoming a Data Scientist Podcast series. Kurt talks about his path from English & Literature and Library & Information Science degrees to becoming the Lead Data Scientist at KISSmetrics.
In the video presentation below from the Talks at Google series, Domingos discusses his perspectives on the state of machine learning. Pedro Domingos is a Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Washington.
There’s a lot of buzz surrounding machine learning and Deep Learning in particular. In this video presentation, Venkatatesh Ramanathan, talks about PayPal-Fraud Detection with H2O Deep Learning. He takes you behind the mystery of machine learning and introduces the fast experimental process a data scientist utilized in building a Deep Learning model.
“This talk will provide an overview of challenges in accelerating Hadoop, Spark and Memcached on modern HPC clusters. An overview of RDMA-based designs for multiple components of Hadoop (HDFS, MapReduce, RPC and HBase), Spark, and Memcached will be presented. Enhanced designs for these components to exploit in-memory technology and parallel file systems (such as Lustre) will be presented. Benefits of these designs on various cluster configurations using the publicly available RDMA-enabled packages from the OSU HiBD project (http://hibd.cse.ohio-state.edu) will be shown.”
Deep Learning is a relatively new area of Machine Learning research which has been introduced with the objective of moving Machine Learning closer to one of its original goals: Artificial Intelligence. The video presentation below is from the 2016 Stanford HPC Conference, where Brian Catanzaro from Baidu presents: “Scaling Deep Learning.”
As the use of GPUs continues to rise in fields like deep learning, we thought it would be useful to readers not yet familiar with this technology to offer the “Introduction to GPU Computing” presentation below.
I was excited to attend a very compelling Meetup featuring Anthony Goldbloom, co-founder and CEO of Kaggle who talked about the genesis of his company and what they’ve learned along the way – “What has Kaggle Learned from 2 Million Machine Learning Model?” It was fascinating!