Google Deepmind: Should patients trust the company with their data?

By Jane Wakefield Google’s artificial intelligence unit DeepMind is getting serious about healthcare – with ambitious plans to digitise the NHS – but first it needs to convince patients to hand over their medical records. Back in February, it beganContinue reading… Google Deepmind: Should patients trust the company with their data?

5 Benefits of Data and Analytics for Positive Business Outcomes

Today, businesses can collect data along every point of the customer journey. This information might include mobile app usage, digital clicks, interactions on social media and more, all contributing to a data fingerprint that is completely unique to its owner.Continue reading… 5 Benefits of Data and Analytics for Positive Business Outcomes

Making data science accessible – Machine Learning – Tree Methods

What are Tree Methods?  Tree methods are commonly used in data science to understand patterns within data and to build predictive models. The term Tree Methods covers a variety of techniques with different levels of complexity but my aim isContinue reading… Making data science accessible – Machine Learning – Tree Methods

Machine learning could finally crack the 4,000-year-old Indus script

In 1872 a British general named Alexander Cunningham, excavating an area in what was then British-controlled northern India, came across something peculiar. Buried in some ruins, he uncovered a small, one inch by one inch square piece of what heContinue reading… Machine learning could finally crack the 4,000-year-old Indus script

Stewart directs new movie, ‘Come Swim’, that uses machinelearning technique

#KristenStewart directs new movie, ‘Come Swim’, that uses #machinelearning technique called ‘style transfer’-then helps write paper on #ArtificialIntelligence. Badass. Here’s a sentence you don’t get to read everyday: Kristen Stewart has surprised the artificial intelligence community by publishing a paperContinue reading… Stewart directs new movie, ‘Come Swim’, that uses machinelearning technique