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News and trends in the world of data science

In the previous blog post about news in the world of data science, we wrote about types of artificial intelligence and Gato, a model developed by Deepmind that presents itself as a model of artificial general intelligence. This time we will write about data sonification, we… Continue Reading

Amazon Quicksight

Amazon Quicksight is a business intelligence service infused with machine learning functionalities, intended for cloud computing, which is a part of the Amazon Web Services solutions. As with any business intelligence tool, the ultimate goal of Quicksight is to extract useful insights from data to support the decision-making process. The… Continue Reading

Application of the YOLO computer vision algorithm

The name YOLO algorithm (You Only Look Once) suggests that it is an algorithm from the subgroup of One-Stage computer vision algorithms. It shares the single-level group together with the SSD (Single Shot Detection) Algorithm which is somewhat more precise than the YOLO algorithm, but also slower. The speed and… Continue Reading

Semantic search of documents

Searching for content is an activity that we all do regularly for private or business purposes, whether it’s searching databases, documents or web pages. Unlike searching paper documents, where the only way to find specific content is to read all the documents, with digitization we have greatly reduced the time… Continue Reading

Predicitive analytics

Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it – predictive analytics is there to learn all the patterns from history, so that the positive outcomes can be repeated and the mistakes are avoided. What exactly is predictive analytics? Predictive analytics is a branch of data science,… Continue Reading

Neo4j in finance

Following the previous blog Neo4j in sales, in the last blog related to the series Graph databases and Neo4j we will focus on the world of finance and how graph databases help in solving problems and facilitating everyday financial processes. But first, let’s remind ourselves once… Continue Reading

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