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How to get an ROI from AI Internet of Things Solutions

It's curious to see how much more there is of sensor tech and internet of things than there was 18 months ago. This week, we speak with Cormac Driver, PhD and Head of Product Engineering at Temboo, an

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SDS 264: Data Science in Agriculture

How do you see data science continuing to improve the world’s most important industry?If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at

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Applications of data science and machine learning in financial services

The O’Reilly Data Show Podcast: Jike Chong on the many exciting opportunities for data professionals in the U.S. and China.In this episode of the Data Show, I spoke with Jike Chong, chief data scienti

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81 - Getting to Yes with Data Analysis

Hilary and Roger discuss the book Getting to Yes and how it applies to data analysis. Also, more sports, breaking changes to R, and sampling. Show notes: Support us through our Patreon page Sprawlball



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SDS 263: Communicating Data

In this episode of the Podcast, I chat with Eoin Murray, the founder of Kyso.io, a platform where you can blog about your data science projects using tools such as Jupyter notebooks.

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Episode 61: The 4 best use cases of entropy in machine learning

It all starts from physics.The entropy of an isolated system never at school, at some point of his life, learned this in his physics class. What does this have to do with machine le

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#115: Build vs. Buy with June Dershewitz from Twitch

A simple recipe for a delicious analytics platform: combine 3 cups of data schema with a pinch of JavaScript in a large pot of cloud storage. Bake in the deployment oven for a couple of months, and s

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Data Infrastructure in the Cloud

Kyle chats with Rohan Kumar about hyperscale, data at the edge, and a variety of other trends in data engineering in the cloud.


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AI Search Applications for Compliance, Contracts, and Human Resources

There's an entire artificial intelligence ecosystem for enterprise search. Most of this is in a purely digital world. Most vendors help with a layer of AI-enabled search that understands terms or phra

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SDS 262: You Cannot Make Progress Without a Routine

How can you put a routine on a goal you’re trying to achieve? If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at

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Episode 60: Predicting your mouse click (and a crash course in deeplearning)

Deep learning is the future. Get a crash course on deep learning. Now! In this episode I speak to Oliver Zeigermann, author of Deep Learning Crash Course published by Manning Publications atmanning.co

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SDS 261: Succeeding in Data Science with the Trichotomy of Control

In this episode of the Podcast, I chat with Andrei Lyskov, a data science writer, who shares not only his experience but also his research and his thoughts and ideas in the space of g


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NCAA Predictions on Spark

In this episode, Kyle interviews Laura Edell at MS Build 2019. The conversation covers a number of topics, notably her NCAA Final 4 prediction model.

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What It Looks Like to Adopt AI for Competitive Advantage

The AI in Industry podcast is all about transferrable lessons. Today we speak with Andrew Byrnes, an investment director at Comet Labs in San Francisco about the competitive edge with AI. What does it

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SDS 260: Data Science in Real Estate

How can we, as data scientists, scale the existing technologies in real estate?If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, resources, and more at

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Real-time entity resolution made accessible

The O’Reilly Data Show Podcast: Jeff Jonas on the evolution of entity resolution this episode of the Data Show, I spoke with Jeff Jonas, CEO, founder and chief scientist of Senzing, a



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