Machine Learning

Minestar Taps AI to Refine Oil & Gas Bidding in Canada

Minestar casts a wide net across the Canadian oil & gas and oil sands industry. That’s because it covers just about every aspect from mining and petrochemicals, to power generation and other sectors, as well. So when the energy industry began to drive down costs in recent years, Minestar, which is known as an engineering, […]

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Fast Data Ingestion, ML Equates to Smarter Decisions Faster

Human beings tend to filter out events they deem unimportant to avoid sensory overload. They can only process so much at any given time. Computer systems, however, must be able to handle a massive number of digital “events” – everything from changes in your car’s engine to millions of retail transactions – in real time or […]

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Empowering the New Data Developer

After years of frustration with the trucking industry’s slow and inconsistent processes for loading and unloading cargo, Malcolm McLean in 1956 watched as his SS Ideal-X left port in New Jersey loaded with 58 of the world’s first intermodal shipping containers – a product he invented and patented. The defining feature of his container was […]

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Unifying Data Governance for the Future

Mastering fast-growing data volumes across the enterprise is one of the first and most critical steps in establishing a cognitive business. To do it requires adopting advanced analytics that enable an organization to better understand and control its data, but also to gain insights that set the stage for driving new business models. But for […]

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Bringing the Power of Deep Learning to More Data Scientists

New AI technologies like machine learning and deep learning are fitting ever more snugly into the shifting enterprise landscape. Deep learning in particular is being adopted by an increasing number of enterprises for expanded insights and with the aim to better serving their clients. Thanks to more powerful systems and graphics processing units (GPUs), we […]

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How AI and Machine Learning are Aiding Schizophrenia Research

In the U.S. about 20 percent of adults suffer from a mental health condition, ranging from depression to bipolar disorder to schizophrenia, and about half of those with severe psychiatric disorders receive no treatment. While early identification, diagnosis, and treatment for patients with psychosis tends to mean improved outcomes, there continues to be significant barriers […]

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