Everybody who watched ‘Minority Report’ daydreams about crime forecasting in the real world. We have good news: machine learning algorithms can do that!
deepsense.ai’s visual framework for creating Apache Spark applications in a fast, simple and interactive way is going open-source as of September. The company is opening it up to the community and will now focus on further developing its other data science tool, Neptune.
deepsense.ai’s paper has been recognized by the General Chairs of the Conference on Robot Learning (CoRL) as one of 11 in the reinforcement learning and robotics category. It will be presented in November at Google’s headquarters in San Francisco.
Deep learning vs human perception: creating a log loss benchmark for industrial & medical image classification problems (e.g. cancer screening).
This September brings the premiere of the new Neptune, the Machine Learning Lab for all data scientists who value convenience and speed at work. Neptune not only supports the development of machine learning and deep learning models, but will also make their productionization as easy as posting pictures on Instagram!