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Why Companies Need To Tackle Big Data With Machine Learning

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Big Data / Machine Learning
big data

By 2018, 50,000 gigabytes of data will be created per second. A significant amount of that data will be stored in corporate server farms. A report from IDG found that “[m]anaging unstructured data is growing as a challenge – rising from 31 percent in 2015 to 45 percent in 2016.” IDC’s Digital Universe report found that “the amount of data stored in the world’s IT systems” doubles every two years. On one hand, many companies are […]

Digamma.ai Q&A Series: Vsevolod Dyomkin of (m8n)ware

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Artificial Intelligence
NLP

Digamma.ai Q&A Series: Interview with Vsevolod Dyomkin  1. Grammarly is a commercial product. While developing it, did you encounter any interesting challenges and obtain any interesting research results in the NLP area? Did any interesting academic results arise from the development process or was the work purely an application of existing NLP algorithms? Grammarly operates in a field that is both down-to-earth and also has a history of relevant academic research.  In addition to its […]

Two Artificial Intelligence Trends That Will Change the World — And How To Benefit From Them (Part II)

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Artificial Intelligence / Big Data / Machine Learning
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Continued from Part I: Two Artificial Intelligence Trends That Will Change the World — And How To Benefit From Them 2. AI Will Touch and Change Nearly Every Job, Even White Collar Ones Blue collar jobs previously thought vulnerable to AI are now not the only ones. In fact, AI is already disrupting white collar industries and many professional jobs aren’t as safe as once thought. As Erik Sherman at Fortune commented, “researchers are beginning […]

Two AI Trends That Will Change the World — And How To Benefit From Them (Part I)

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Artificial Intelligence / Big Data / Machine Learning
AI

In a recent interview of Andrew Ng and Neil Jacobstein on AI, Wall Street Journal reporter Scott Austin claimed that, “artificial intelligence is shaping up as the next industrial revolution, poised to rapidly reinvent business, the global economy and how people work and interact with each other.” Andrew Ng is chief scientist at Chinese internet giant Baidu Inc. and co-founder of the education startup Coursera. Neil Jacobstein is chair of the artificial intelligence and robotics department […]