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The IBM Analytics Engine team is excited to announce the General Availability (GA) of IBM Analytics Engine, the next generation of IBM’s Apache Spark and Apache Hadoop cloud service in the London DC.
This post is an excerpt from our solution tutorial that walks you through the process of building a predictive machine learning model, deploying it as an API to be used in applications, testing the model and retraining the model with feedback data. All of this happening in an integrated and unified self-service experience on IBM Cloud.
Taming your neural networks: how controlled experimentation can help you build better machine learning models
Businesses today are eager to harness machine learning and deep learning for competitive advantage—yet few businesspeople realize that building a machine learning model or neural network is a marathon, not a sprint.
IBM Data Refinery, a feature of Watson Data Platform, helps reduce reliance on IT and give knowledge workers faster access to high-quality data
It’s clear to many in the business community that big data analytics is the next mountain to climb. However, while the final destination may be obvious to everyone, ascending to the summit will need careful planning. In many cases, even reaching base camp can be a tortuous process.
Many organizations have started to explore the value that machine learning can bring—from illuminating previously “dark data” such as images and videos, to creating models that help to guide or even automate business decision-making. However, very few companies have gone beyond pilots and prototypes, or made the transition from one-off projects to a scalable, repeatable workflow. Too often, machine learning exists in a bubble of its own, instead of being understood in the context of the broader data science workflow.
IBM announced a series of upgrades and new offerings to Watson Data Platform, an integrated set of tools, services and data in the IBM Cloud that enables data scientists, developers and business teams to gain intelligence from data.
As a data scientist, you are probably spending a lot of time cleansing, shaping and formatting your data before you can do the analysis. According to a recent report, data scientists spend up to 80 percent of their time finding and preparing data. And 57 percent of data scientists said that cleaning and organizing data is the least enjoyable part of their job. The problem isn’t just limited to data scientists. Business analysts face similar struggles to obtain the data they need to build reports—often having to wait weeks for their IT team to extract data from the source systems.