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How Much Are You Worth in the Online Data Economy?

Social networks, credit agencies, and criminals all put a price on our data, but do we realize how pervasive the system is? You get nothing for nothing. If you’re not paying for it, you’re not the customer — you’re the product being sold. Such warnings have echoed over the centuries. From the folksy French […]

Quick Intro to Machine Learning for Non-Tech People

Machine Learning has gradually spread into our lives in different ways. For example, your newly recommended music from Spotify and videos from Netflix. People are talking about machine learning all the time and you might have already hear about it several times in TV shows, news, or even in animations. […]

Simplifying The Analytic Process — TAP #12

The Transmogrification Of Your Data… Hidden In Plain Sight If you’ve been following along in the series, you know that we use an (I) to indicate the information phase of The Analytic Process (TAP). You also know that each of our phases has its own letter. You could say we are […]

The stages of the data organization

Background As someone who has been researching and took part in shaping up data organization within various startups of different stages, sizes, and industries, I find this an interesting challenge to be focused on in the early stage most of the time. Making the right decision on this front will […]

9 Udemy Courses on Data and Website Analytics in 2018

Artist: Tony Babel There are so many courses available on Udemy so it’s easy to get overwhelmed. Sometimes telling the difference between good or bad is not a simple task. Efficient learning often correlates with practical training. The world of data and analytics is a good example. Before jumping into the […]

Becoming the Airbnb of Data Storage

It’s good to share Once regarded suspiciously as a hippy-dippy attempt at social engineering, the sharing economy is now mainstream. In fact, offerings from companies such as online leasing company Airbnb — that now boasts 3,000,000 lodging listings in 65,000 cities and 191 countries — have become so mainstream that PricewaterhouseCoopers believe that nearly one-fifth […]

Adventures in Big (mess of) Data: Tools for winning machine learning work through customer empathy

The Data Challenge Data has been compared to oil because it is the “fuel” for machine learning models. Much like an engine, an algorithm depends on a fuel delivery system and plenty of properly refined fuel to work. It will break down if the fuel is not properly refined (ever […]

Social media users of the world unite!

Might our data be better viewed as labour rather than capital? Continue reading on Financial Times » GurupriyanGurupriyan is a Software Engineer and a technology enthusiast, he’s been working on the field for the last 6 years. Currently focusing on mobile app development and IoT. http://copypasteprogrammers.comPlease follow and like us:0