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Now that we’ve entered 2020, it’s time to shed light on what the upcoming decade means for our customers, for the technology landscape, and for HPE. In the past decade we’ve seen trends like APIs, big data, containers, IoT, SaaS, software-defined, (and an alphabet soup of everything between) swiftly transform from buzzword to reality, and …

With an increasing global population, the urgency to find new and innovative ways to address food demand is felt around the world. Since 1970, fish farming has existed in the Nordics and developed into a major industry. Norway Royal Salmon (NRS) is a leading producer of sustainable salmon, selling about 70,000 tons of salmon every …

Last time, we discussed how to index or subset vectors and matrices in R. Now, we will deal with indexing the other commonly used R objects: lists and data frames. Typically, we will not be dealing with data with the level of simplicity of vectors and matrices. Most of the time, more structure with the …

Previously, we talked about the objects in R and how they are created. Now, we will discuss how information can be extracted from these objects. This process is also known as indexing or subsetting. The ability to access information is important since there are times that we only need a specific data point or subset …

While there’s no doubt that machine learning (ML) can be a great tool for businesses of all shapes and sizes, actually building ML models can seem daunting at first. Cloud AutoML—Google Cloud’s suite of products—provides tools and functionality to help you build ML models that are tailored to your specific needs, without needing deep ML …

R is a programming language and software environment designed with statistical computing in graphics in mind. In R, information is stored in entities called objects. It’s through these objects that you can perform data manipulations, operations, and analysis in R. Here, we will introduce the main types of R objects and how you can create …

Artificial intelligence is already powering much of the technology helping to drive the modern economy. AI is now an essential part of how we use the internet but can also be found in stock exchanges, advanced factories and automated warehouses. It is starting to drive our cars and even vacuum our floors. And yet only …

If you’ve ever tripped up over the term ‘Bayesian’ while reading up on data or tech, fear not. Strip away the jargon and notation, and even the mathematics-averse can make sense of the simple yet revolutionary concept at the core of both machine learning and behavioural economics. As this video from the YouTube channel 3Blue1Brown …

A new approach could make it easier to train computer for “extreme classification problems” like speech translation and answering general questions, researchers say. The divide-and-conquer approach to machine learning can slash the time and computational resources required. Online shoppers typically string together a few words to search for the product they want, but in a world …

During your data manipulation, exploration, and even analysis, functions can get complicated, putting one function inside of one another in order to accomplish tasks in one swoop. These are called nested functions. A nested function may look like something like this: Not only can this confuse you while you are coding, this looks quite ugly …