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Digital Marketing Transition;

23 December 2019 | Priya Prakash

digital marketing analytics is a part of data science domain only , please be specific about your role as data scientist .

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Ocean Protocol;

21 December 2019 | Sebastian Howler

Dear Scientist,I'm an enthuastic future seeker today I'm trying to gather some outside opinion on a project I'm fond of.It's a data marketplace, which will need curators, data cleaners, validators and of course sellers. The underlying idea is to allow AI modell to train on data without the data ever leaving the owner's property. So imagine training and validating a modell to indetify cancer cells from thousands of patients files without ever accessing the data. Or car manufacturares earning revenue by sharing their data with competitors and in the process never leaking any sensitive information. The team has extensive experience in handling Data their company is BigchainDB which launched Ocean Protocol to be a community based project. The founder Trent Mcconaghy has several patents and successfully built 2 other businesses before this. I would like to know what you guys think about this as I think trading data is going to be needed in the future. Are there any other initiative out there? Would you partake in a system like Ocean Protocol? They have dozens of developers and very active both on TG and Gitter. I'm not technically capable to answer questions but the team and the devs are. They are also running a challenge for developers to brainstorm and develop ideas and build marketplaces. The best ones will get rewarded dearly.The tech whitepaper would be a great place to start and also an article about the nature of the project.: https://blog.oceanprotocol.com/ocean-is-decentralized-orchestration-766b7538d08As far as token utility goes, I've always liked this article which explains the various ways in which it can be used (under the section Benefits): https://blog.oceanprotocol.com/how-ocean-can-benefit-data-scientists-7e502e5f1a5f

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Blockchain Technology: a changing face of health care;

03 December 2019 | Santosh Kumar

Do you think ,Tele-medicine and e-wellness , or any such program can increase penetration of healthcare in developing countries? As a big portion of population are illiterate for such advance technology.

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Computer vision Impact on Medical Treatment Topology;

24 November 2019 | ARUPRATAN BAGCHI

How can the privacy be maintained during the research?

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Human Factor Research and Machine Learning;

22 November 2019 | Liyju Janardhan

OEMs spend too much conducting user trials of their products. AI in human factor research can help in reduce the spend. A ML model for different personas can to be created by learning from questionnaire. The design imperatives and the HMI attributes based on Norman's Visceral, Behavioral and Reflective aspects can be quantified. The model will rate the product based on the HMI attributes.

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Herding sheep, Social Media and AI;

21 November 2019 | Liyju Janardhan

The herding anaimals tend to move in a one particular direction. There are sheepdogs who are in charge of herding the sheeps. The dogs analyze the state of a given herd and determine the best action to keep the sheep together while herding. These sheepdog think algorithmically. Social media discussion could be considered as herding sheep. Each of the smaller groups have a direction, right, left, centre etc. The dog algorithm could be employed to influence the group behavior. Machine Learning could be used to identify the groups and its direction and analyse the influence of sheepdog algorithm.

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Medical Diagnostics and Machine Learning;

20 November 2019 | Liyju Janardhan

I agree on that. Who could store these? It's a risk of loosing privacy. And it could be used to develop better diagnostic I like this idea very much!I've currently came accross Ocean Protocol which is set out to make a marketplace for data. I think it could be interesting for you. I posted about it on this forum.

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Influence of AI and Big Data in Medicine;

09 November 2019 | Santosh Kumar

Kindly suggest some paper or book for detailed reading

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Is Informed Decisions Come from The Intersection of Data?;

21 October 2019 | Santosh Kumar

Decision making in the information to choices world analyzes the important instruments, steps and techniques for getting understanding from information and following up on it. These devices are valuable making educated individuals and procedures, yet the continuation and finish to choices and activities requests a hearty arrangement of execution observing and the executives rehearses. Those are the table stakes. By and large, utilization of choice robotization, semantic innovation and collective instruments are likewise required. Information to choices is tied in with moving from understanding to activity and moving to actuality based choices making at all degrees of the association.

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Blockchain transform the education system;

21 October 2019 | Santosh Kumar

Education industry is a division that is similarly as significant as social insurance and account, and there are loads of regions inside this area that could be improved utilizing innovation. The market for education-tech is developing rapidly, and is assessed to reach $93.76 billion internationally by 2020. As of now, apparatuses like computer generated experience and customized learning with man-made consciousness are improving learning results for understudies at all levels. By looking to different ventures that right now use blockchain innovation, we can begin to make forecasts about how these systems could be utilized in an instructive setting. While the quantity of potential uses in instruction is huge, there are a not many that are the most energizing. Another blockchain stage that is rising in this space is chatbot application to assist understudies with test arrangement. It answers questions and prescribes assets while monitoring understudy progress in the blockchain.

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Blockchain still an Alien;

09 October 2019 | Santosh Kumar

I don't think general masses are ready for the tech yet. I just posted about an interesting project in the space called Ocean Protocol check out the thread I'm intrested in your thoughts.

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Leaders are made by Data Analytics;

09 October 2019 | Santosh Kumar

can read a good article from Mckinsey & Company in the regards for further detail

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CROWDSOURCING BIG DATA ANALYTICS – IMPACT;

13 September 2019 | Balakrishnan Subramanian

Thank you Santosh

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ABC’S OF SYSTEMIC APPROACH OF MACHINE LEARNING;

10 September 2019 | Balakrishnan Subramanian

The role of AI has been evolved from the Computer science to Business integration, some examples are Algorithm based trading in stock market . Al based recruitment system.

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Why AI Is More Important Than Ever;

10 September 2019 | Francesco Corea

great post

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The battle for ethical AI at the world’s biggest machine-learning conference

25 January 2020

Bias and the prospect of societal harm increasingly plague artificial-intelligence research — but it’s not clear who should be on the lookout for these problems.

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Data science in GAD helps clients

15 January 2020

GAD uses data science to identify patterns, gain detailed insights and offer better advice to clients.

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Artificial intelligence is helping us talk to animals. Yes, really

29 December 2019

AI has helped us decode ancient languages, and now researchers are turning the same technique to help understand our pets

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Clear standards required for development and use of AI in healthcare

21 December 2019

With digital technologies set to irrevocably change the face of our healthcare systems, the ethical concerns surrounding the use of artificial intelligence (AI) are increasingly gaining prominence in policy circles.

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Three ways data science is unbaking the cake

14 December 2019

Here are three ways data science is already doing the impossible

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AI DEEMED ‘TOO DANGEROUS TO RELEASE’ MAKES IT OUT INTO THE WORLD

09 November 2019

Researchers had feared that the model, known as "GPT-2", was so powerful that it could be maliciously misused by everyone from politicians to scammers.

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Opinion: Why we should be worried about artificial intelligence on Wall Street

02 November 2019

Until recently, artificial intelligence has struggled to gain a foothold on Wall Street. No longer.

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What Can AI and Big Data Do for Finance?

23 October 2019

AI and big data represent the future of investing. Their broad application is likely to usher in perhaps the most significant change in the history of the industry. Why? Because with AI and big data: Analysts will be able to perform more thorough analysis. Portfolio managers will make better informed decisions.

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This Technique Can Make It Easier for AI to Understand Videos

16 October 2019

A staggering amount of video is shared online. Researchers are teaching artificial intelligence to process more—while using less power.

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McKinsey & Co. keeps hiring data scientists. This is how much it pays them

12 October 2019

If you're a data scientist and you don't want to work for a technology company or in finance or for a random corporate, there's another alternative. The big strategy consulting firms McKinsey & Co, Bain & Co, Boston Consulting Group have discovered data science and are going for data scientists in a big way.

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BHF launches £10m national cardiovascular data science centre

09 October 2019

The British Heart Foundation (BHF) has launched a £10m national data science centre to drive new research into the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease.

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IBM certifies a much-needed 140 data scientists for AI development

07 October 2019

Last year LinkedIn estimated 151K data scientist jobs went unfilled, and demand continues to outpace supply. Find out more about IBM's Data Science Apprenticeship program.

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AI and ethics: The debate that needs to be had

16 September 2019

Like anything, frameworks and boundaries need to be set -- and artificial intelligence should be no different.

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Me, myself and A.I. — should robots look like us?

14 September 2019

In Berkeley, California, little robots have been trundling along the city streets for the past year or so, delivering food to students. Most who see the wheeled boxes let them pass peacefully by or stop to take a photo.

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Dangerous AI offers to write fake news

28 August 2019

An artificial intelligence system that generates realistic stories, poems and articles has been updated, with some claiming it is now almost as good as a human writer.

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