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Methods of Study Design – Experiments

We all are familiar with experiments, we read about them in books or newspapers. Researchers/ scientists perform experiments to validate their hypothesis/ statements or to test a new product. Unlike observational studies, experiments are performed in a controlled environment so that the effect of other external factors/variables can be eliminated from it. Let us understand … Continue reading Methods of Study Design – Experiments

Data Science for Social Good, Summer 2020, Applications are Open

The Data Science for Social Good Summer Fellowship, now hosted at Carnegie Mellon University, is accepting applications. This is a 12-week program to train data scientists about working on projects which positively impact society. There are a number of roles available. FellowsMentorsProject Managers Most applications are due January 31, 2020. They are also still accepting … Continue reading Data Science for Social Good, Summer 2020, Applications are Open

Cloud Data Science News #2

2020 is now in full swing and the announcements are starting to show up. There are some good ones this week. News Google Releases a tool for Automated Exploratory Data AnalysisExploring data is one of the first activities a data scientist performs after getting access to the data. This command-line tool helps to determine the … Continue reading Cloud Data Science News #2

The Difference between AI and ML

https://youtu.be/c_lW7nqAvYA What is Artificial Intelligence (AI)? Artificial Intelligence has nearly as many definitions as people you ask. Here are two intriguing definitions I have heard. "Anything Computers cannot do ... yet!"appears in many places, original source unknown This is actually a pretty good definition, but it is always changing so it is hard to evaluate … Continue reading The Difference between AI and ML

3 Predictions for Cloud Data Science in 2020

As 2020 begins, there has been limited cloud data science announcements so I put together some predictions. Here are 3 things I believe will happen in 2020. 1. Cloud Collaboration I think we are going to see more interoperability between the major cloud providers. For example, Azure Arc now allows you to run Azure products … Continue reading 3 Predictions for Cloud Data Science in 2020

Cloud Data Science News – Beta 9

Happy New Year. 2020 is here. A new decade! Unfortunately, it did not bring a flurry of data science announcements. I did create my list of 3 predictions for 2020, so those will be coming out soon. News No significant news to report. Hopefully some releases and announcements will be coming next week. Videos Machine … Continue reading Cloud Data Science News – Beta 9

Cloud Data Science News – Beta 8

It is the days between Christmas and New Years, so the there is not much news to share. Here are the few bits of information I could find. News AWS Deep Learning Containers now support Tensorflow 2.0AWS Deep Learning Containers are docker images which are preconfigured for deep learning tasks. Now they support Tensorflow 2.0. … Continue reading Cloud Data Science News – Beta 8