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Peter Singer explores the new rules of power in the age of social media and how we can navigate a world increasingly shaped by "likes" and lies.
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The Strata Data Award is given to the most disruptive startup, the most innovative industry technology, the most impactful data science project, and the most notable open source contribution.
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The internet itself is a changing context—we’re right to worry about data flows, but we also have to worry about the context changing even when data doesn’t flow.
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NLP systems in health care are hard—they require broad general and medical knowledge, must handle a large variety of inputs, and need to understand context.
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The software industry has demonstrated, all too clearly, what happens when you don’t pay attention to security.
The most promising area in the application of deep learning methods to time series forecasting is in the use of CNNs, LSTMs, and hybrid models.
There are growing numbers of users and contributors to the framework, as well as libraries for reinforcement learning, AutoML, and data science.
An overview of emerging trends, known hurdles, and best practices in artificial intelligence.
The O’Reilly Data Show Podcast: Siwei Lyu on machine learning for digital media forensics and image synthesis.
To meet the challenge of producing more food with less everything, farm bots are going to be an essential part of the mix.
Highlights and use cases from companies that are building the technologies needed to sustain their use of analytics and machine learning.
Matt Stine looks at the tricky situations that sometimes emerge from design and architecture.
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Stuart Halloway explains how to augment agility with principles for designing systems.
Trisha Gee shares lessons she learned the hard way while managing her career as a developer, lead, and technical advocate.
Neal Ford talks with Mark Richards about his career path and his work as a software architect.
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Analysis of the O’Reilly online learning platform reveals a new approach to technical architecture, the rise of blockchain, and shifts in programming language adoption.
How companies in Europe are preparing for and adopting AI and ML technologies.
Much like human speech, bird song learning is social; perhaps we'll discover machine learning is social, too.
The O’Reilly Data Show Podcast: Maryam Jahanshahi on building tools to help improve efficiency and fairness in how companies recruit.
A recent survey investigated how companies are approaching their AI and ML practices, and measured the sophistication of their efforts.
Consent is the first step toward the ethical use of data, but it's not the last.
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An exploration of three types of errors inherent in all financial models.
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The O’Reilly Data Show Podcast: Andrew Burt on the need to modernize data protection tools and strategies.
O’Reilly authors and instructors explore the near-term future of popular and growing programming languages.
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