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Has anyone tried out machine learning from Microsoft Azure?
Learn about Azure Machine Learning, a powerful cloud-based predictive analytics service for big data mining, artificial intelligence, and more.
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M$? No.
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DeepMind, which became Google's subsidiary last year, has taken another step forward in artificial intelligence with an algorithm that can master several games. 
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Skynet Google is so far ahead of everyone else. Apple is starting in the car industry while Google has been auto driving for years. Has John O'Connor been born yet?
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Anyone out there an "Ultimate Cloud Guru"? This fun quiz will let you prove your knowledge of cloud data. My result was decidedly average...
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4 Misconceptions About ‘#BigData’ You Can Stop Believing - check it out in our #WeeklyReview http://bit.ly/1BGHOjO
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Excellent job opportunity for data scientists!

https://www.linkedin.com/jobs2/view/31039466
Telenor Research is Telenor’s corporate unit for research. The unit conducts research and delivers research based advice on topics such as digital services, Big Data, Internet and network technology, competitive strategy, and customer excellence. The Next Generation Services group focuses on how telco services should evolve and be delivered in the future. Our emphasis is on delivering attractive services that will impact millions of users. We und...
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Pros and cons of data transformation in Excel and EasyMorph   Excel is often used for different kinds of reporting with charts and tables, but any report requires well prepared data. No surpri...
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https://copaygo.com/2015/02/revenue-forecasting-and-the-common-cold/  does this type of a chart have a name? (the square one)
Each year the CDC  uses data models to forecast outbreaks many types of diseases, including influenza outbreaks across the U.S. The health of our nation drives them to deeper understanding of disea...
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Ditch the Cloud and flash drives with BlackBerry Blend ! ! !
How come ?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=XBRLOVAjW7Y
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You sometimes hear from some old-fashioned statisticians that data scientists know nothing about statistics, and that them - the statisticians - know everything. Here we prove that actually it is the exact opposite: data science has its own core of statistical science research, in addition to data plumbing, statistical API's, and business / competitive intelligence research. Here we highlight 11 major data science contributions to statistical science. I am not aware of any statistical science contribution to data science, but if you know one, you are welcome to share.
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Free Webinar, Better Risk Management with Apache Hadoop and Red Hat #Hortonworks http://bit.ly/19ia1BG
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Privacy, and data ownership are all important topics in the big data realm.  Take a read and let me know your thoughts.

#BigData   #analytics   #data  
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"Forrester believes that for data analytics to unfold its true potential and gain end-user acceptance, the users themselves must remain the ultimate owner of their own data."

I agree with this.  I think that a similar statement applies to IoT, which has the need of both public big data as well as private user data.
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Are the use cases for Splunk, Platfora & Tableau very different? 

We are looking for a reporting tool that will enable our team members rapidly analyze our Hadoop data to make marketing & product related decisions. (Advanced thanks for inputs). 

Of all the other products such as Pentaho, Jaspersoft, Datameer, Fico, Tableau & Qlikview, that I researched - Platfora, Tableau & Splunk seem impressive. 
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In addition to what Dmitriy referenced on analyst viewpoints, here's a link to several analysts that may also help with your research! http://2.sas.com/62640UFm
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The near-real time query capability that a company's technology enables helps users avoid the wait times they encounter while big data processors are finishing analysis and reporting tasks.
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Excellent job opportunity for data scientists!

https://www.linkedin.com/jobs2/view/31058645
We are seeking a highly motivated Data Scientist who will provide strategic recommendations for Telenor’s Business Units and Group Top Management on data-driven research. You have an academic track record and you are capable of publishing in highly ranked academic journals. You are keen to take up the challenge of expanding our research team with knowledge of contemporary tools for processing and exploring massive data sets. Telenor Research (TR)...
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In this competition, we ask you to identify the global periodicity of a system driven by multiple cycles, each having a different period, in this simulated data set. A classical example of multiple periodicity is about flickering stars (especially in dual star systems), where flickering is caused by multiple factors, each having its own periodicity, amplitude, and shift.
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It won't be able match every frequency exactly, but a spectrogram will still give you a reasonable insight. Maybe you could add a spectrogram plot of the data? I mean: it works with music, not all of them are a harmonic series. I believe the larger problem is that you do always get some response with double and half frequencies, too; and thus a 50 Hz signal may mask a 100 Hz signal. DWT would also be an option (less frequency resolution, higher localization - so FFT should be the better choice).
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American and British spies hacked into the world’s largest sim card manufacturer in a move that gave them unfettered access to billions of cellphones around the globe and looks set to spark another international row into overreach by espionage agencies.

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International row likely after revelations of breach that could have given NSA and GCHQ the power to monitor a large portion of world’s cellular communications
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Without data, the Internet of Things would be a sparse and sad place...
 
What Is the Internet of Things?
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The Internet of Things (IoT) is a blending of software and hardware, introducing intelligence and connectedness to objects and adding physical endpoints to software. Radical changes in the hardware development process have made the IoT—and its vast possibility—accessible to anyone.
This report provides a high-level overview of the foundational changes that have enabled the IoT and examines how it’s revolutionizing not just consumer goods and gadgets, but manufacturing, design, engineering, medicine, government, business models, and the way we live our lives.
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#iot   #OReilly   #OReillySolid   #SolidCon   #Internetofthings  
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Studying the lifetime of a credit card account is an interesting topic for credit card issuers. What is the natural cause of death for a credit card account? It is credit card fraud, which eventually results in the account to be killed and replaced with a new number.
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Source code is provided to produce such charts in R.
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