Parallel or Perish – An Overview

I’m pleased to begin the first of a series of blogs on parallel processing, a topic which is no longer optional in the world of machine learning and AI. In this introductory note, we’ll take an overview of the field which, for better or for worse, is becoming more complex every day. Today we are […]
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Data Presentation Tips

When we present data in a report or spreadsheet we often use some type of graph or chart to make the information clearer to understand. Unfortunately, using the wrong type of presentation can confuse the reader. Consider these data: And these two presentations: Intuitively, the second seems easier to read, but why? The first is […]
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Microsoft’s New Role-Based Azure Certifications – What You Need to Know

An ever-increasing number of IT professionals today choose to get certified to continue to grow their expertise. They can get certified in technologies they are already very proficient, and also get certified in technologies they are transitioning to. Getting a Microsoft certification offers multiple benefits to both the individual and his/her organization. These benefits include: […]
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Beware the Local Minima

My career would probably be going better if I were not so easily distracted. A recent distraction occurred when I was browsing for some simple Keras code to test an installation of Intel’s PlaidML library. I came across a linear regression performed using Keras but the graph didn’t look quite right. There were more points […]
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Data Doomsday: The Ransomware Call

It’s a Tuesday afternoon, the office is bustling, your servers are down and your tech team is stumped. The phone rings – the call you’ve been dreading. Your data and critical servers have been compromised. The attackers are demanding a hefty fee to undo the damage. It’s a scenario that has played out thousands of […]
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