AWS re:Invent 2019 starts today. It is a large learning conference dedicated to Amazon Web Services and Cloud Computing. Parts of the event will be livestreamed, so you can watch from anywhere. Based upon the announcements last week, there will probably be a lot of focus around machine learning and deep learning.
I have been recording these quick 60 second videos, so I thought I would share on the blog. https://youtu.be/Tk6QL9pucFk
Initiative for Analytics and Data Science Standards (IADSS) is an organization working to develop standards around the roles in data science. They did a large survey earlier this year and they are starting to role out some of their results. Below is a video with some early results. Great Stuff! https://youtu.be/2d8FV3vEMeY Data Science 101 is … Continue reading IADSS Talk – Who can be a Data Scientist?
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is creating a Data Management and Sharing Policy. They are currently looking for input on the policy. The NIH funds a lot of research, and this policy will affect the data and results researchers produce. NIH’s DRAFT Data Management and Sharing Policy: We Need to Hear From You! This … Continue reading Hey Data People, The NIH needs your help
Introduction to Probability by Joseph Blitzstein and Jessica Hwang is available as a free PDF on Google Docs. The book contains: DistributionsRandom VariablesMarkov ChainsMonte CarloAll the background MathCode Examples in Rand lots more....
Last week at Microsoft Ignite 2019, Microsoft Research announced the release of Project Silica. This is an amazing new technology to store data on a piece of glass. I was lucky enough to get the opportunity to sit down with Antony Rowstron, Deputy Lab Director at Microsoft Research, and ask him all my questions. An … Continue reading Storing Data On a Piece of Glass – Microsoft’s Project Silica
Data mining is the process of discovering these patterns among the data and is therefore also known as Knowledge Discovery from Data (KDD).
Microsoft Research Open Data is a search engine for free datasets available from Microsoft Research. The datasets are primarily aimed at Natural Language Processing (NLP) and computer vision. Take a look if you are in need of a dataset for your next project.
An interview with John Byrnes. Where has SQL taken his career? What does the SQLSaturday community mean to him? Why should someone attend a SQLSaturday event?
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