Productionising data science

Last week I’ve been to a very interesting meetup about Data Science.

It was focused on Productionising data science and was presented by Dr. Pascal Bugnion & Dr. Scott Stevenson from ASI (

The insight provided was very structured and interesting, so I decided to summarise all the suggested ‘recipes’. Continue reading

AIST conference

AIST conference (Analysis of images, social networks and texts) was held in Yekaterinburg, on 10-12th April.  This conference gives opportunity to specialists from various fields to meet each other and get inspiration for new collaboration and experiments.

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Why is Big data becoming so popular?

Published at NLPPeople.

Big data is becoming a really popular trend of research and business developments. So it would be interesting to discuss the reasons for such popularity.

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Category: Big Data

Machine learning explained in simple words

“Machine learning” sounds mysterious for most people. Indeed, only a small fraction of professionals really know what it stands for. And there is a serious reason for it – this field is rather technical and difficult to explain to a layman. However, we would like to bridge this gap and explain a bit about what machine learning (ML) is and how it can be used in our everyday life or business.

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Category: Machine Learning

Review of Harvard Course “Data science”

Another review published at NLPPeople.

I have recently explored a course offered by Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Science – CS109 Data Science. It provides insightful examples of how Machine Learning (ML) and statistical analysis can be used in real life.

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Review of “Learning From Data”

My review published at NLPPeople.

As MOOCs are becoming a new trend in education, an increasing number of courses are appearing online: some are adequate, some are good but only a few of them can be classified as outstanding. I think I was lucky to take one of those outstanding ones. It was a course focused on Machine Learning (ML) offered by edX platform – Learning From Data. Continue reading