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Optimal decision making

We make decisions every day, both in private and in business life. Most of these decisions are made intuitively without much thinking. Sometimes this is because we have found ourselves in a similar situation several times before, so we already “know” what to do. Sometimes we don’t have enough information,… Continue Reading

Versioning data using DVC

Introduction Most developers have come across a source code versioning system – Git, but how do you manage (large) files that Git doesn’t keep track of? In this blog, we will introduce you to the open source version control system DVC (Data Version Control). DVC allows you to track file… Continue Reading

A cookbook for making your own Watson chatbot

What is a chatbot? Chatbot is a term that refers to virtual assistants based on artificial intelligence that improve and automate some business processes by simulating a human as a conversational partner. By saving time and resources, they help people so that they can dedicate themselves to other, more important… Continue Reading

DataOps paradigm for better data insights

In modern information systems, regardless of the industry, the data available to the company is the main driver for innovation and maintaining an advantage over the numerous competition. Understanding one’s own digital data is a key factor in understanding business trends and opportunities, as well as producing business analytics and… Continue Reading

Automating tasks in Linux using Cron

Assembly line vector created by macrovector – www.freepik.com Not many of us have the time or energy to run scripts for system backup at 2 AM or ping the server to check if it’s up and running. Fortunately, Linux systems offer the Cron service for… Continue Reading

Transformers: Pay attention

What do Megan Fox and Michael Bay have to do with machine learning? No, this is not an analysis of the successful film series. From the 12th of June 2017 transformers are not only those cool cars turning into robots. With the publication of Google’s scientific paper “Attention is all… Continue Reading

Lying with data

“Research has shown” You must have read at least once an article on a topic that you understand very well, only to be shocked at how badly it was conveyed by journalists. You have probably felt a very strong feeling of discomfort that a member of Generation Z would describe… Continue Reading

Neo4j for Retail

In our last blog post Neo4j for Telecoms we showed some examples of the usage of graph databases in the telecommunications industry. In this blog post, we will take a peek into the world of retail and discover how graph databases can help in personalizing a… Continue Reading

Computer vision goes to the store

It has been estimated that 76% of all shopping decisions are made on the spot. Naturally you could assume that most of the shopping is done impulsively, which is precisely the assumption manufacturers and distributors rely on when investing heavily in this final sales step. Retail execution is a term… Continue Reading