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Technology Brief: Machine Learning on Natural Language Text and Log Data

by Eric Franzon Skytree, “The Machine Learning Company,” has published a technology brief entitled, “Machine Learning on Natural Language Text and Log Data.” The author of the brief is Nick Pendar, PhD, who serves as NLP Data Scientist for the company. Pendar states, “Critical business information is often in the form of unstructured and semi-structured…

Skytree and IBM Partner to Elevate Big Data Analytics with Advanced Machine Learning

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by Angela Guess According to a new article out of the company, “Skytree, The Machine Learning Company, today announced a partnership with IBM, global leader in cutting-edge technology. The technical integration allows Skytree’s scalable, enterprise-grade machine learning platform, Skytree Infinity, to run on top of IBM PureData System for Analytics, powered by IBM Netezza technology.…

GraphLab Create Aims To Be The Complete Package For Data Scientists

by Jennifer Zaino Data scientists can add another tool to their toolset today: GraphLab has launched GraphLab Create 1.0, which bundles up everything starting from tools for data cleaning and engineering through to state-of-the-art machine learning and predictive analytics capabilities. Think of it, company execs say, as the single platform that data scientists or engineers…

Hadoop Highlights: YARN-Ready Apps And Machine Learning Magic

Next week Hadoop World takes place in New York City. The big event follows on the heels of the official gold release last week of Apache Hadoop 2.0, which significantly overhauls the MapReduce programming model for processing large data sets with a parallel, distributed algorithm on a cluster. Sitting on top of the Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS), YARN…

Data Scientists Now Can Get A Second Opinion On Machine Learning Problems

Earlier this month The Semantic Web Blog provided a look at Skytree’s machine learning-as-a-platform approach (see story here). This week, the vendor launched in limited beta a program to help businesses partner up their data scientists and analytics professionals with its software and data scientists. It’s dubbed Second Opinion, and The Semantic Web Blog conducted…