Posts tagged learning
What Business Leaders Can Learn From Intelligence

After reading the interesting story about Edward Snowden in Wired, and I can’t quite figure out what I think of the man. He seems neither the patriot that James Bamford (not surprisingly, given his background) portrays him to be, nor the traitor that some argue. The story certainly nourishes the increasing concern that the US spies on its own citizens and national allies. And there is little doubt after reading it that a disgruntled employee (or contractor) can walk out an intelligence agency’s door with a “pocket full of thumb drives.”

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When Machine Learning Isn't Learning

Terms come in and out of vogue on a regular basis. In recent years, the use of the term Machine Learning has surged. What I struggle with is that many traditional data mining and statistical functions are being folded underneath the machine learning umbrella. Simply classifying algorithms in the machine learning category doesn’t mean that the algorithms have fundamentally changed in any way.

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