Anomaly Detection: Models Ensemble

In the final article of their three-part series, SoftServe’s Data Science Group (DSG) wraps up their look at informational security risk identification by detecting deviations from the typical pattern of network activity.

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Three Models for Anomaly Detection: Pros and Cons

Continuing the previous research on Machine Learning: Achieving Ultimate Intelligence, SoftServe’s Data Science Group (DSG) describes informational security risk identification by detecting deviations from the typical pattern of network activity.

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Creating a new Rembrandt with big data

The New Rembrandt
The New Rembrandt

By Dan Oliver, Editor-in-chief at Creative Bloq Big data. Machine learning. As emerging areas of technology, these are hugely engaging topics for developers, and push the boundaries of what humans can achieve through computing. However, not everyone feels positively about them, and despite the fact that we’re still scratching the surface of what we’re able to…

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How the Retail Industry is Using Big Data Wisely

Big data can be used in the strangest of ways and the retail industry has usually been the heaviest user of all. Rick Delgado shares four wise practices that convert raw data into satisfied customers, improved products, and notable profits.

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Machine Learning: It is human nature

No it’s not just another arduous subject, Machine Learning is human nature. Microsoft Student Partner Sanchit Gupta looks at the integral role it plays in the creation of Artificial Intelligence, and how teaching a machine will be just like teaching a baby.

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Cortana – Remembering the Future

If you have ever watched the Star Trek First Contact film the crew allude to the fact that then star ship Enterprise is named after the first space shuttle, when actually it’s the other way around the first space shuttle was so named because over 2 million star trek fans lobbied NASA to call it…

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The Data Analysts Toolkit: Why are Excel and R useful together, and how do we connect them?

This article was commissioned by Jen Stirrup a SQL Server fan and Microsoft MVP which a passion for Business Intelligence and Data Virtualisation. Why is analytics interesting? Well, companies are starting to view it as profitable. For example, McKinsey showed analytics was worth 100Bn today, and estimated to be over 320Bn by 2020. When I…

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AzureML: A short introduction

Richard Conway, Elastacloud, Director and Head of Cloud Services at Elastacloud Limited, Co-Founder at UK Windows Azure Users Group. If you're interested in getting started with Azure, join us every Tuesday from 12:30-14:00 (UK timezone) for the Azure Weekly Webinar. It is aimed at the techie who has not yet had any/much exposure to Azure but…