Author Archives: Ajitesh Kumar

Ajitesh Kumar

I have been recently working in the area of Data Science and Machine Learning / Deep Learning. In addition, I am also passionate about various different technologies including programming languages such as Java/JEE, Javascript, Python, R, Julia etc and technologies such as Blockchain, mobile computing, cloud-native technologies, application security, cloud computing platforms, big data etc. I would love to connect with you on Linkedin.

Covid-19 Machine Learning Use Cases

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The covid-19 virus is a type of coronavirus. It has been linked to severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS). The covid-19 virus can be contracted through contact with saliva or mucous from an infected person. Symptoms include fever, cough, sore throat, headache, muscle aches, and fatigue. There are several problems related to the Covid-19 pandemic which can be solved using machine learning/data science techniques. In this blog post, we will look into some of these Covid-19 use cases which can be solved using machine learning classification and clustering techniques. What are Covid-19 data sets publicly available? One of the datasets available for studying Covid-19 is GISAID data (https://www.gisaid.org/) that represents million …

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Federated Analytics & Learning Explained with Examples

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Federated learning is proposed as an alternative to centralized machine learning since its client-server structure provides better privacy protection and scalability in real-world applications. It is experiencing a fast boom with the wave of distributed machine learning and ever-increasing privacy concerns. With the increased computing and communicating capabilities of edge and IoT devices, applying federated learning on heterogeneous devices to train machine learning models is becoming a trend. The federated analytics approach enables extracting insights from data residing on different systems without requiring the data to be brought to the central location. By leveraging these different data sources, federated analytics can provide powerful insights in relation to different areas such …

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12 Bayesian Machine Learning Applications Examples

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Bayesian machine learning is one of the most powerful tools in data analytics. Bayes’ theorem, which was first introduced by Reverend Thomas Bayes in 1764, provides a way to infer probabilities from observations. Bayesian machine learning has become increasingly popular because it can be used for real-world applications such as credit card fraud detection and spam filtering. In this blog post, we will discuss Bayesian machine learning real-world examples to help you understand how Bayes’ theorem works. Bayesian machine learning utilizes Bayes’ theorem to predict occurrences. Bayesian inference is grounded in Bayes’ theorem, which allows for accurate prediction when applied to real-world applications. Here are some great examples of real-world …

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Hidden Markov Models Explained with Examples

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Hidden Markov models (HMMs) are a type of statistical modeling that has been used for several years. They have been applied in different fields such as medicine, computer science, and data science. The Hidden Markov model (HMM) is the foundation of many modern-day data science algorithms. It has been used in data science to make efficient use of observations for successful predictions or decision-making processes. This blog post will cover hidden Markov models with real-world examples and important concepts related to hidden Markov models. What are Markov Models? Markov models are statistical models that are used to predict the next state based on the current hidden or observed states. Markov …

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CNN Basic Architecture for Classification & Segmentation

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Convolutional neural networks (CNNs) are deep neural networks that have the capability to classify and segment images. CNNs can be trained using supervised or unsupervised machine learning methods, depending on what you want them to do. CNN architectures for classification and segmentation include a variety of different layers with specific purposes, such as a convolutional layer, pooling layer, fully connected layers, dropout layers, etc. In this blog post, we will go over how CNNs work in detail for classification and segmentation problems. Description of basic CNN architecture for Classification The CNN architecture for classification includes convolutional layers, max-pooling layers, and fully connected layers. Convolution and max-pooling layers are used for …

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Graph Neural Networks Explained with Examples

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Graph neural networks (GNNs) are a relatively new area in the field of deep learning. They arose from graph theory and machine learning, where the graph is a mathematical structure that models pairwise relations between objects. Graph Neural Networks are able to learn graph structures for different data sets, which means they can generalize well to new datasets – this makes them an ideal choice for many real-world problems like social network analysis or financial risk prediction. This post will cover some of the key concepts behind graph neural networks with the help of multiple examples. What are graph neural networks (GNNs)? Graphs are data structures which are used to …

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Drug Discovery & Deep Learning: A Starter Guide

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The drug discovery process is tedious, time-consuming, and expensive. A drug company has to identify the compounds that are most likely to be successful in drug development. The drug discovery process can take up to 15 years with an average cost of $1 billion for each drug candidate that passes clinical trials. With AI and deep learning models becoming more popular in recent years, scientists have been looking at ways to use these tools in the drug discovery process. This article will explore how deep learning generative models (GANs) could be used as a starting point for data scientists to get started drug discovery AI projects! What is the drug …

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Supplier risk management & machine learning techniques

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Supplier risk management (SRM) is a serious issue for procurement professionals. Suppliers can be unreliable, have poor quality products, or fail to meet specifications. In this blog post we will discuss AI / machine learning algorithms / techniques that you can use to manage supplier risk and make your procurement process more efficient. What is supplier risk management? Supplier Risk Management (SRM) also known as Supplier Risk Optimization (SRO), refers to policies and technology that enables organizations to manage risks related with suppliers. This can be done by analyzing data about past purchases from the supplier, predicting future risks related with purchases from this particular company. It’s crucial for procurement …

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Digital Transformation Strategy: What, Why & How?

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Digital transformation is a digital strategy that aims to change the way an organization operates. It’s not just about digital marketing anymore- digital transformation includes all aspects of digital engagement from customer service, product development, and delivery, operations, etc. And it requires a holistic approach to digital transformation without any silos or strategic gaps in between departments. In this blog post, we will cover what digital transformation is and why organizations should take advantage of this strategy. We’ll also look at how digital transformation is happening in different industries. What is digital transformation? Digital transformation is a digital strategy that aims to change the way an organization operates. It helps …

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Key Deep Learning Techniques for Disease Diagnosis

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The disease diagnosis process has been the same for decades- a physician would analyze symptoms, perform lab tests, and refer to medical diagnostic guidelines. However, recent advances in AI/machine learning / deep learning have made it possible for computers to diagnose or detect diseases with human accuracy. This blog post will introduce some machine learning / deep learning techniques that can be used by data scientists for training models related to disease diagnosis. What are different types of diseases that can be diagnosed using AI-based techniques? The following is a list of different types of diseases that can be diagnosed using machine learning or deep learning-based techniques: Cancer prognosis and …

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Data Storytelling Explained with Examples

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Have you ever told a story to someone, but they just didn’t seem to understand it? They might have been confused about the plot or why the characters acted in certain ways. If this has happened to you before, then you are not alone. Many people struggle with data storytelling because they do not know how to communicate their data effectively.  In this blog post, you will learn about some of the key concepts in relation to data storytelling and why data scientists / data analyst should acquire this skill. Data storytelling is one of the key skills which data scientists would need to acquire in order to do a …

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Key Architectural Components of a Data Lake

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Data lakes are data storage systems that allow data to be stored, managed and accessed in a way that is cost-effective and scalable. They can provide a significant competitive advantage for any organization by enabling data-driven decision-making, but they also come with challenges in architecture design. In this blog post, we will explore the different components of data lakes, including the data lake architecture. Before getting to learn about data lake architectural component, lets quickly recall what is a data lake. What is a data lake? A data lake is a data storage system that allows data to be stored, managed, and accessed in a way that is cost-effective and …

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ESG Metrics and KPIs: What ESG team Needs to Know

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This blog post is geared towards ESG professionals. ESG initiatives are important for organizations to measure their ESG performance. It is of utmost importance to understand ESG KPIs / metrics and how to track ESG metrics. ESGs can help companies improve their operational efficiencies, environmental impact, financial position, governance, transparency, and societal contributions while managing risks. Data analytics can play key role in identifying KPIs, data needed for that KPIs and building dashboards for tracking those KPIs. What is ESG? ESG is an acronym that stands for Environment, Social, and Governance. ESGs encompass issues such as ethics, diversity, social justice, employee relations, and governance. Implementing ESG initiatives can help companies …

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Differences Between MLOps, ModelOps, AIOps, DataOps

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In this blog post, we will talk about MLOps, AIOps, ModelOps and Dataops and difference between these terms. MLOps stands for Machine Learning Operations, AIOps stands for Artificial Intelligence-Operations (AI for IT operations), DataOps stands for Data operations and ModelOps stands for model operations. As data analytics stakeholders, it is important to understand the differences between MLOps, AIOps, Dataops, and ModelOps. For setting up AI/ML practice, it is important to plan to set up teams and practices around AIOps, MLOps/ModelOps and DataOps. What is MLOps? MLOps (or ML Operations) refers to the process of managing your ML workflows. It’s a subset of ModelOps that focuses on operationalizing ML models that …

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14 Python Automl Frameworks Data Scientists Can Use

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In this post, you will learn about Automated Machine Learning (AutoML) frameworks for Python that can use to train machine learning models. For data scientists, especially beginners, who are unfamiliar with Automl, it is a tool designed to make the process of generating machine learning models in an automated manner, user-friendly, and less time-consuming. The goal of Automl is not just about making it easier for machine learning (ML) developers but also democratizing access to model development. What is AutoML? AutoML refers to automating some or all steps of building machine learning models, including selection and configuration of training data, tuning the performance metric(s), selecting/constructing features, training multiple models, evaluating …

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20 Amazon (AWS) Machine Learning Services to Know

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Amazon Web Services is a cloud computing platform that offers machine learning as one of its many services. AWS has been around for over 10 years and has helped data scientists leverage the amazon cloud to train machine learning models. AWS provides an easy-to-use interface that helps data scientists build, test, and deploy their machine learning models with ease. AWS also provides access to pre-trained machine learning models so you can start building your model without having to spend time training it first! What are different AWS cloud services for machine learning? The following is a list of Amazon cloud services for machine learning. As data scientists, it is of …

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