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Packt Hub 01/21/2019 14:00
Conversational AI is one of the most interesting applications of artificial intelligence in recent years. While the trend isn’t yet ubiquitous in the way that recommendation systems are (perhaps unsurprising), it has been successfully productized by a number of tech giants, in the form of Google Home and Amazon Echo (which is ‘powered by’ Alexa). […]. The post Conversational AI in 2018: An arms race of new products, acquisitions, and more appeared first on Packt Hub .
KDD-2019 invites submission of papers describing innovative research on all aspects of data science, and of applied papers describing designs and implementations for practical tasks in data science. Submissions due Feb 3.
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Towards Data Science 01/21/2019 10:11
Recently researchers started to successfully apply deep learning methods to graph datasets in domains like social networks, recommender systems and biology, where data is inherently structured in a graphical way.
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Analytics India Magazine 01/21/2019 06:49
Understanding the market segmentation of the movie-going public lies at the core of any movie studios’ marketing strategy. They go to great lengths to understand consumer behaviour because predicting the outcome of the movie before its release is close to impossible. There are many aspiring filmmakers in the country who have had to drop their…. The post Hyderabad-Based Startup Woodcutter Films Is Making A Foray Into Strategic Filmmaking appeared first on Analytics India Magazine .
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Analytics Vidhya 01/20/2019 19:57
We can also use the Euclidean distance formula: There are a few other different types of similarity measures which you’ll find in core recommendation systems.
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Climateer Investing 01/20/2019 07:45
We've looked at the subject of this interview a few times, links after the jump. From the sadly defunct Kernel magazine, December 2015:. It’s safe to say that most of us probably don’t spend a lot of time thinking about algorithms. We go to Amazon and notice we have new recommendations based on our previous purchases; we see that Netflix. has carefully selected movies based on our past.
TechCrunch 01/18/2019 12:09
Sling TV, Dish’s live TV streaming service, will now make personalized suggestions of what to watch. The company this week introduced a new recommendations feature that will highlight the shows, movies, sports and news content it believes you’ll like, based on your viewing history. The feature is initially available on Apple TV, but will roll […]
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Data Science Central 01/18/2019 07:46
How machines process and understand human language. Everything we express (either verbally or in written) carries huge amounts of information. The topic we choose, our tone, our selection of words, everything adds some type of information that can be interpreted and value extracted from it. In theory, we can understand and even predict human behaviour using that information.…
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Springboard Blog 01/17/2019 00:30
Alan Turing is often put on a pedestal as the de facto father of computer science. But it was Ada Lovelace, a female mathematician and scientist, who first recognized the raw potential of a “computing machine.” The “enchantress of numbers” did this more than 100 years before Turing ever even conceptualized the Enigma-breaking machine that […]. The post 25 Influential Women in Tech to Follow Today appeared first on Springboard Blog .

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