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Evaluating Machine Learning Models

KDnuggets’s post “Idiot’s Guide to Precision, Recall, and Confusion Matrix” provides an intuitive explanation of how to evaluate Classification models. “Building Machine Learning models is fun, but making sure we build the best ones is what makes a difference. Follow … Continue reading

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Andrew Ng reports from CES-2020

Andrew NG wrote “AI Steals CES” in his weekly Batch: “AI ruled the convention floor at the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. As usual, many products on display were half-baked concepts or solutions looking for problems. Among the … Continue reading

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Create Serverless Workflows with AWS Step Functions

AWS published a tutorial that describes how to use AWS Step Functions to design and run a serverless workflow that coordinates multiple AWS Lambda functions. It is a very simple while powerful mechanism to orchestrate your decision services deployed as … Continue reading

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Decisions Are The Heart Of Insight-To-Action Cycles

Forrester’s April-2018 report “The Dawn Of Digital Decisioning” is now available for downloads (thanks to Decision Management Solutions): “A key challenge in digital business: deciding what to do in the customer’s moment of need — and then doing it. Digital … Continue reading

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Who will win? Spring Boot or Quarkus

DZone published the article “Microservices: Quarkus vs. Spring Boot“: “Nowadays, with the Microservice Architecture, perhaps it does not make sense anymore, nor any advantage, build something multi-platform (interpreted) for something that will always run on the same place and platform (the Docker Container — … Continue reading

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Movie industry embracing AI

Warner Bros. has become the latest studio to publicly embrace artificial intelligence. The movie division has signed a deal with Cinelytic to use the latter’s AI-driven project management system that was launched last year. Under the new deal, Warners will leverage … Continue reading

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BI Vendors failed to replace Spreadsheets

Toolbox published an article that, in particular, states: “Once viewed in the dashboard, business users wants to move that data to a spreadsheet. For most of the 2000s, BI vendors fought this desire from business users. BI vendors developed and … Continue reading

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