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9 Common Mistakes That Lead To Data Bias
Data scientists spend a lot of time with data, which by itself is neutral. It only follows that answers gleaned from the data would be neutral too. Even though data is neutral, our responses to data are sometimes filled with bias that can skew our outcomes. Let’s examine some common... Read more
How To Get Started With Data Lakes
Data has to be stored somewhere. Data warehouses are repositories for your cleaned, processed data, but what about all that unstructured data your organization is starting to notice. Where does it go? Data Lakes are the newest old thing on the block, so to speak. The concept has been around... Read more
Properly Setting the Random Seed in ML Experiments. Not as Simple as You Might Imagine
Join Comet at Booth 406 in the ODSC East Expo Hall. We will also be speaking at ODSC: – April 30, 9 am — A Deeper Stack for Deep Learning: Adding Visualizations + Data Abstractions to your Workflow (Douglas Blank, Head of Research) [Training Session] – May 2, 2:15 pm —... Read more
Learn How to Organize, Cleanup and Process Medical Image Datasets for Computer Vision Training
We are entering a whole new world where the possibility for AI, and more specifically computer vision, can help us with medical decision making that we’ve relied on doctors to perform. Moreover, while the hope of having doctor-less diagnoses is still a work of science fiction, every day we get... Read more
ODSC East DeepOps: Building an AI First Company
I’ve spoken to over a hundred AI companies as part of my job at MissingLink.ai and the result of analyzing their experiment, data and compute workflows. Certain challenges were a common theme across many teams – the solutions to these is a concept we call “DeepOps”, deep learning operations. AI... Read more
Searching for a Data Colander for Automatic Data Cleaning
Editor’s note: The following is an article written by Devavrat Shah of MIT and Christina Lee Yu of Cornell University. Be sure to check out their presentation at ODSC East 2019, “Predictions in Excel through Estimating Missing Values”.” The stated mission of Data Science or Data-Driven AI is to extract... Read more
Top 10 Code-Free Tools for Web Development in 2019
Building a website is meant to help your business grow. If you have to set aside a team of engineers just to code and deploy the website, spending precious time and human resources just to build and maintain the website, that seems to defy the purpose. Those are the hours... Read more
The Benefits of Cloud Native ML And AI
As big data gets more complex, companies are struggling to accommodate the storage and computing needs of average organizations, much less massive enterprises. This is where cloud-native ML and AI comes into play. What Does Cloud Native Mean? Your computing power is limited. No matter what kind of hardware and... Read more
How To Make Your Deep Learning Process More Secure
Threats to security evolve with each new technology. History shows us this. Now that deep learning is on the rise, unique threats that both use and exploit deep learning paradigms are gaining traction. If your organization is involved in deep learning, the threats are going to change. Here’s how you... Read more
7 Reasons to Start (or Update) Your Github Profile
If you’re working in computer science, you’re part of the fourth industrial revolution. A big part of that revolution is access to open source code and libraries that can help you build your dream projects. You do this to land a job, but how do potential employers know what you’re... Read more

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