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AI Under the Hood: DecorMatters

In this installment of “AI Under the Hood” I introduce Silicon Valley-based DecorMatters, a compelling creativity-sharing ecosystem that brings together interior designers and furniture shoppers to make any home renovation project easier and more affordable. Founded in 2016, DecorMatters is powered by augmented reality and AI technology, and is redefining the interior design and furniture shopping experience. The design platform is a place to create and share, as well as socialize and shop.

Video Highlights: What is Streaming Data Integration?

In this “Whiteboard Wednesday” video, Steve Wilkes, founder and CTO of Striim, takes a look at Streaming Data Integration – what it is, what it is used for, and most importantly, what is needed set it up and manage it.

Video Highlights: Machine Learning for Seeing and Hearing More

With COVID-19 keeping everyone indoors, this is the perfect opportunity to brush up your data science skills. Data science is a field that is booming and is playing a huge role in society. Instead of just reading a book, in this regular feature column, I will provide some great video learning resources. You can follow these YouTubers and gain insights and advice from their years of experience in the field. Plus you can learn how to code by following through their tutorials and pick up a new skill. So, fire up YouTube below and start learning!

Video Highlights: Python Machine Learning Tutorials

With COVID-19 keeping everyone indoors, this is the perfect opportunity to brush up your data science skills. Data science is a field that is booming and is playing a huge role in society. Instead of just reading a book, in this regular feature column, I will provide some great video learning resources. You can follow these YouTubers and gain insights and advice from their years of experience in the field. Plus you can learn how to code by following through their tutorials and pick up a new skill. So, fire up YouTube below and start learning!

Livestream: Global Women in Data Science (WiDS) Conference

insideBIGDATA, a Global Women in Data Science (WiDS) Conference media collaborator, is pleased to present the WiDS Stanford livestream. The Global WiDS Conference aims to inspire and educate data scientists worldwide, regardless of gender, and support women in the field. This annual one-day technical conference features outstanding women doing outstanding work.

30 Influential AI Presentations from 2019

Our friends over at RE•WORK put on some amazing AI summits around the country and the world. The company has graciously made some of their top presentations from 2019 available for the data science community to freely view.

Qeexo AutoML Demo: Automating Machine Learning for Embedded Devices

Qeexo spun out of Carnegie Mellon University, has for a long time developed multi-touch technology for handset manufacturers which does ML on the device level. It has applied this approach to a new AutoML technology that allows companies to embed ML into hardware and conduct learning on sensor data.

Julia: The Programming Language Of The Future

Keno Fischer, Julia Computing co-founder and CTO (Tools) discussed Julia and Julia Computing in a recent interview. Learn how he became interested in computer science and how Julia was created, and how a 16 year-old German exchange student became a 19 year-old co-founder of Julia Computing. Keno shares stories behind the creation of the popular […]

AutoML in Practice

The compelling Oct. 15, 2019 presentation below is on behalf of one of my favorite Meetup groups: LA Machine Learning. The talk, “AutoML in Practice,” is by Danny D. Leybzon, a Solutions Architect at Qubole, a cloud-native big data platform. Automated Machine Learning (AutoML) is one of the hottest topics in data science today, but what does it mean? This presentation gives a broad overview of AutoML, ranging from simple hyperparameter optimization all the way to full pipeline automation.

Digital Transformation Projects Continue to be at Risk, Couchbase Research Finds

Despite rising optimism in digital transformation, the vast majority of organizations are still suffering failure, delays or scaled back expectations from digital transformation projects, research from Couchbase has found. In the survey of 450 heads of digital transformation in enterprises across the U.S., U.K., France and Germany, 73 percent of organizations have made “significant” or better improvements to the end-user experience in their organization through digital innovation. Twenty-two percent say they have transformed or completely “revolutionized” end-user experience, representing a marked increase over Couchbase’s 2017 survey (15 percent).