Author and Publisher at MLtechniques.com. Machine learning scientist, mathematician, book author (Wiley), patent owner, former post-doc at Cambridge University, former VC-funded executive, with 20+ years of corporate experience including CNET, NBC, Visa, Wells Fargo, Microsoft, eBay. Vincent also founded and co-founded a few start-ups, including one with a successful exit (Data Science Central acquired by Tech Target).
Here I discuss my prediction about the worst 15-year long (yet unabated) real estate bubble: this is an example where visualizations, when not carefully selected… Read More »Treacherous Visualizations: How To Detect and Fix Them
Using AI and data science, an MIT team was able to accurately predict rogue waves coming out of the blue in the middle of the… Read More »MIT Algorithm Predicts Rogue Waves in Real Time to Save Lives
Guest blog post by Charlie Silver, CEO of Algebraix Data. Originally entitled ‘Data Algebra Does Big Data’. Algebra is powerful. It enables people to solve for… Read More »Math or Engineers — who will solve the big data problem?
Guest blog by Justin B. Dickerson, PhD, MBA, PStat, Chief Data Scientist at Snap Advances. Okay, that headline was meant to get your attention. But… Read More »5 Ways to Get Fired as a Data Scientist
Guest blog by Jay Gendron, Associate Data Scientist at Booz Allen Hamilton; Author; Data Analytics; Speaker. Happy Groundhog Day! Happy National Prediction Day? In today’s… Read More »Groundhogs. I choose to celebrate National Prediction Day
You have gathered gigabytes or terabytes of unstructured text, for instance scraping the Internet, or pieces of email from your employees or users, or tweets,… Read More »4 Easy Steps to Structure Highly Unstructured Big Data, via Automated Indexation
And creates the first legit, private lottery company. The winning numbers, to be published each week, are just as random and unpredictable (if not more)… Read More »Data Scientist Breaks State Monopoly on Lotteries
Guest blog post by Jeffrey Strickland. Originally posted here. This article is not about smoothing ore into gems though your may find a few gems herein. Systematic… Read More »Exponential Smoothing of Time Series Data in R
Guest blog post by Florian Douetteau. Originally posted here. The original title is “Will Balkanization of Data Science lead to one Empire or many Republics?” My… Read More »Is Data Science Ripe for a Massive Merger & Acquisition / Consolidation?