SPARQL is a powerful language for working with RDF triples. However, SPARQL can also be difficult to work with, so much so that it often is not utilized anywhere near as often for its advanced capabilities, which include aggregating content, building URIs, and similar uses. This is the second piece in my exploration of OntoText's GraphDB…Continue
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If you wanted to recruit for “data science” talent at a university, where would go? Should you go to the College of Computing? Would it be in the College of Business? Is it in the Department of Mathematics? Statistics? Is there even a Department of Data Science?
There is more variation in the housing of data science than any other academic…Continue
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Due to the response to the COVID-19 pandemic, banks, and financial services companies have faced unexpected difficulties over the past year. By accelerated adaptation initiatives and a greater emphasis on their digital presence as consumers go online to access essential services, the industry is rethinking the future of digital banking. During these…Continue
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As more and more data resides in online repositories, data backup and protection have taken on critical importance – not just for huge corporations but for organizations of all sizes. In fact, these capabilities may even now be determining an organization’s future. Veeam commissioned an…Continue
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As the digital world continues to become more competitive, everyone is trying to understand their customers better and make finance, development, and marketing decisions based on real data for a better ROI.
Bad data is misleading and would be even more detrimental to your business than a lack of data at all. Organizations may also be…Continue
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A lot has changed since last year due to the pandemic. Many of us started working from home, and the world experienced a rapid workplace transformation. Organizations and businesses worldwide re-examined their workplace,…
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Standards in web development can change faster than they can implement. To stay one step ahead, it is essential to keep an eye on the prevailing trends, techniques, and approaches.
We've analyzed trends across the industry and put together a…Continue
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In this article, we will explore the Liskov’s substitution principle, one of the SOLID principles and how to implement it in a Pythonic way. The SOLID principles entail a series of good practices to achieve better-quality software. In case some of you aren’t aware of what SOLID stands for, here it is:
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Why Question-Answering Engines?
The search only for documents is outdated. Users who have already adopted a question-answering (QA) approach with their personal devices, e.g., those powered by Alexa, Google Assistant, Siri, etc., are also appreciating the advantages of using a "search engine" with the…Continue
Last week, I taught a cybersecurity course at the University of Oxford case. I created a case study for my class based on an excellent recent paper: Deep Learning-Based Autonomous Driving Systems: A Survey of Attacks and Defences (link below)
This paper is unique because it discussed emerging cyber security…Continue
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Bigger is not always better for machine learning. Yet, deep learning models and the datasets on which they’re trained keep expanding, as researchers race to outdo one another while chasing state-of-the-art benchmarks. However groundbreaking they are, the consequences of bigger models are severe for both budgets and the environment alike. For…Continue
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Once upon a time, customers simply walked into stores and met a friendly shopkeeper who helped them out. No one hears you walking the halls of those buildings... not anymore. The world shifted to online shopping.
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Image recognition technology has transformed the way visual data is pooled and processed. It offers opportunities similar to the ones portrayed in science fiction movies that make the imagination run wild. Faster detection of objects in real-time with assured accuracy, impressive face recognition mechanics, and improved augmented reality—all are made…Continue
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However, the rapid growth in the new-age technologies, such as AI, ML, blockchain, big data, cloud computing, IoT, is driving a shift in the insurance industry. The insurers are making strategies to…Continue
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