Machine learning is changing the way organizations look at analytics. Data scientists are being recognized as a key component in organizational analytics, but management often doesn't understand their work or know how to effectively manage them.
Many businesses understand that analytics has moved beyond the data warehouse, and are pushing analysts and IT to grab and analyze data from new sources, even though they may not be ready to derive business value from it.
Open source is seen as the path to machine learning innovation, despite challenges with deployment and approachable user interfaces. For organizations using or looking to adopt machine learning techniques, moving forward may be a challenge and measuring success even trickier.
In this webcast, we will:
-Discuss how different organizations are finding success with machine learning.
-Look at how organizations are feeding the creativity of data scientists, making analytics accessible to business experts, and pushing the analytics closer to the data.
-Identify how organizations are automating analytics processes in order to free up time for new analytics, new data and new business problem domains, ultimately creating real competitive advantage.
The rise of social learning has created a new landscape for L&D professionals to explore. This webinar will examine the foundations of Social Learning and discuss how our learners are able to adapt and thrive in this space - mastering the technology and understanding the facets of Social Leadership and ways we engage as part of online communities.Read more >
In this webinar you’ll learn why (and how) leading companies are moving their learning strategies from "push" to "pull" models, enhancing the employee experience while reinforcing standards for critical topics like safety and compliance. L&D leader Lauren Clarke of Delaware North will also share her organization’s content curation journey and how they successfully implemented a pull learning strategy.Read more >
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Taking a collaborative approach to learning can help you better connect, engage, and retain your workforce, while at the same allowing you to achieve greater ROI from your L&D investments. In this webinar, you’ll discover why learning is most effective when it’s collaborative and ways you can foster a culture of collaborative learning within your organization.
The human brain makes it look easy. What our eyes see, we decode immediately and effortlessly. But is it that simple? In truth, how we process images is staggeringly complex. Inspired in part by our remarkable neurons, deep learning is a fast-growing area in machine learning research that shows promising breakthroughs in speech, text and image recognition. It’s based on endowing a neural network with many hidden layers, enabling a computer to learn tasks, organize information and find patterns on its own.
Recently, SAS took on a classical problem in machine learning research, the MNIST database, a data set containing thousands of handwritten digit images. Learn how we did – and what it reveals about the future of deep learning.
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One of the main benefits of Machine Learning is being able to analyse a large amount of data at the speed and efficiency that would require a huge team of humans. This is something that has proven to be very necessary in the Financial Services industry, where insurance companies, banks, and lenders need actionable insights quickly.
Join this panel where we will discuss:
-Why is Machine Learning such a hot topic? What are the benefits/challenges?
-What is needed to do Machine Learning right?
-Case studies of how Machine Learning is helping financial institutions — better customer experience, faster actionable insights
-How ML is able to spot trends and patterns to mitigate risk
Artifical Intelligence is definitely the buzzword for 2016, and there is a good chance it will continue to be a hot topic in 2017. However from an operational standpoint, there are still no reference implementation of an integration data science pipeline applied to Deep Learning.
In this webinar, we will discuss the challenges faced by data scientists when assessing which solutions will best suit their needs. We will then show how data science teams can leverage Juju to rapidly model various alternatives, making the decision making process much more agile.
Machine learning continues to be a hot topic for organizations looking to get more accuracy from their analytic models. But there are several practical issues that should be considered in applying it to real-world industry problems.
In this this webinar, Wayne Thompson of SAS delves into those issues and provides an overview of machine learning, as well as key business applications of this technique, including fraud detection, model factories and recommendation systems.
-Learn about four focus areas of machine learning: unsupervised learning, supervised learning, semisupervised learning and reinforcement learning.
-Get useful tips on feature engineering, ensemble modeling, bias variance, shrinkage and model evaluation.
-Get insight into the future of machine learning, including cognitive computing and robot learning.
Machine Learning APIs and Services for Data-Rich Problem Solving
Machine learning is the newest frontier in big data—and developers and data scientists are embracing its potential and using it to solve big data challenges. With over sixty machine learning APIs for image recognition, face detection, prediction, recommendation, and graph and text analysis, HPE Haven OnDemand is a developer’s power-tool for applications and data analysis.
Explore the APIs, see the use cases, and dive under the hood with Haven OnDemand’s chief technical officer, Chris Goodfellow.
As we move into a new era of ITSM computing, new big data and machine learning tools and methodologies are being developed to support IT staff by intelligently extracting insights and making predictions from the enormous amounts of data accumulated from the organization. According to Gartner, I&O leaders must take a comprehensive approach to incorporate advanced big data and machine learning technologies into their organizations or risk becoming irrelevant. But what exactly is big data and machine learning all about? How can you introduce these concepts into your existing Service Desk?
Join USF’s distinguished Computer Science and Engineering Professor Lawrence Hall and SunView Software’s VP of Marketing and Product Strategy John Prestridge as they break down the fundamentals of big data and machine learning and provide real-world examples of the impact the technologies will have on ITSM.
Lawrence Hall is a Distinguished University Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at University of South Florida. He has authored over 190 publications in journals, conferences, and books. Recent publications appear in Pattern Recognition, IEEE Access, IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems, and the International Conference on Pattern Recognition.
Lawrence has received funding from the National Institutes of Health, NASA, DOE, National Science Foundation and others. His research interests lie in distributed machine learning, extreme data mining, bioinformatics, pattern recognition and integrating AI into image processing.