Scientists identify thousands of new cosmic objects using machine learning
By Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, contributing writers for Scitechdaily.com
A team of scientists from the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research in Mumbai and the Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology in Thiruvananthapuram, consisting of Prof. Sudip Bhattacharyya and Mr. Shivam Kumaran, along with Prof. Samir Mandal and Prof. Deepak Mishra, have utilized machine learning techniques to identify the nature of thousands of new celestial objects in X-ray wavelengths. Machine learning is a branch of artificial intelligence.
How machine learning can create a more relevant, profitable e-commerce experience
By Mike Griffin, contributing writer for Adage.com
In today’s fast-paced and highly competitive e-commerce landscape, it’s not enough to simply personalize the shopping experience for customers. Instead, it’s essential to focus on relevancy to truly stand out and meet customer expectations. Relevancy, which goes beyond personalization by adding context and predictive analytics, is the key to creating a truly customer-centric e-commerce shopping experience.
Predictive analytics best practices
By Brenna Miles, contributing writer for eWeek.com
Predictive analytics is the use of data and other tech tools like artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to predict future outcomes. Predictive analytics uses historical data to discover patterns and trends that predict future occurrences.
Machine learning model could help predict storms
By Anne Manning, contributing writer for Technologynetworks.com
When severe weather is brewing and life-threatening hazards like heavy rain, hail or tornadoes are possible, advance warning and accurate predictions are of utmost importance. Colorado State University weather researchers have given storm forecasters a powerful new tool to improve confidence in their forecasts and potentially save lives.
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