Introducing Apache Mahout

Scalable, commercial-friendly machine learning for building intelligent applications

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Grant Ingersoll

Date archived: April 18, 2019 | First published: September 08, 2009

Once the exclusive domain of academics and corporations with large research budgets, intelligent applications that learn from data and user input are becoming more common. The need for machine-learning techniques like clustering, collaborative filtering, and categorization has never been greater, be it for finding commonalities among large groups of people or automatically tagging large volumes of Web content. The Apache Mahout project aims to make building intelligent applications easier and faster. Mahout co-founder Grant Ingersoll introduces the basic concepts of machine learning and then demonstrates how to use Mahout to cluster documents, make recommendations, and organize content.

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ArticleTitle=Introducing Apache Mahout