Precise definition of data mining: a video suited for The Information Age

Following last Wednesday post I will continue today on the data mining topic. I found a video from Stanford online's YouTube channel from 2011 featuring a Google data engineer talks about data mining. The title of the video is quite suited for this blog: Data Mining: The Tool of The Information Age.  This is good … Continue reading Precise definition of data mining: a video suited for The Information Age

Information seeking and information fostering are risky innovative activities

This Blog is named The Information Age and that isn't a random event. Information is at the core of our time, regarded as a new form of wealth. I have been posting about Artificial Intelligence (AI) or machine/deep learning for a while recently here, but this blog will for the next few weeks shift its focus … Continue reading Information seeking and information fostering are risky innovative activities

AlphaGo strategies and innovations – DeepMind friendly interpretations

DeepMind Blog is another site preferred by The Information Age. This is the blog of the Google's most significant acquisition within the Artificial Intelligence (AI) space of ventures or companies. DeepMind is also the venture of AlphaGo achievement. To the less informed about what AlphaGo is, here it is a reminder: AlphaGo is an AI implementation … Continue reading AlphaGo strategies and innovations – DeepMind friendly interpretations

High performance computing, neuromorphic computing, quantum computers and deep learning – all in the same loop

Today I come back to the excellent website The Next Platform, to share with the viewers an article that I thought very much cuts through the topics I have been writing about here in The Information Age. It is a well written piece this short article. It is short but the issues behind its content is … Continue reading High performance computing, neuromorphic computing, quantum computers and deep learning – all in the same loop

Artificial sentiment analysis: the new achievement by OpenAI

Today I return to the wonderful Blog maintained by OpenAI. The post I will re-share here for the followers of The Information Age is a description of another achievement of the team of researchers in OpenAI. The post commented about a paper on unsupervised  sentiment analysis/reviews achieved by a multiplicative LSTM (long short-term memory) and … Continue reading Artificial sentiment analysis: the new achievement by OpenAI

Representation Learning at the Simons Institute

The Simons Institute for the Theory of Computing from the UC Berkeley has been presenting some talks on representation learning (RL) in this beginning of 2017. Representation Learning is an important field of research within current Machine Learning/Deep Learning complex strands of research. Indeed it is viewed by some top researchers as a promising field … Continue reading Representation Learning at the Simons Institute