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    1. AWS vs Azure vs Google: What's the best platform for the enterprise?

      AWS vs Azure vs Google: What's the best platform for the enterprise?

      Read next: Five key legal considerations when negotiating cloud contracts Features and services Selecting one cloud over the others will come down to the wants and needs of each individual customer and the workloads they are running. It is often the case that organisations will use multiple providers within different parts of their operations, or for different use cases, called a multi-cloud approach.

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    2. How Bloomberg is using machine learning and data science to keep users hooked to its terminals

      How Bloomberg is using machine learning and data science to keep users hooked to its terminals

      How Bloomberg is using machine learning and data science to keep users hooked to its terminals By Scott Carey | March 17, 2017 The task for the data scientists at Bloomberg is to make this ocean of information discoverable and relevant for its subscribers Financial data specialist Bloomberg employs hundreds of data scientists to keep users hooked on its ubiquitous Terminals - the keyboards and monitors that give financial staff access to reams of market information.

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    3. Data science and machine learning jobs: British Gas, Comparethemarket, Barclays

      Data science and machine learning jobs: British Gas, Comparethemarket, Barclays

      More info here British Gas – Data Scientist The energy supplier is searching for a new recruit to its Data Science Team, which is focused on solving data challenges with the use of big data tools and machine learning techniques. The role requires experience with Natural Language Processing, machine learning and genetic algorithms to build intelligent applications and software, as well as managing machine learning systems at scale “including one or more of gradient boosting, neural networks, support vector machines and other artificial intelligence techniques”. Knowledge of Apache products such as Hadoop and Spark is preferred, as is expertise in statistical ...

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    4. Cloud trends 2016: AI, hybrid cloud and Google's enterprise ambitions

      Cloud trends 2016: AI, hybrid cloud and Google's enterprise ambitions

      Read next: Google takes aim at AWS - now it must convince CIOs it is right cloud for the enterprise There was a concerted effort to appeal not just to the developers that Google has held sway with in the past, but also with CIOs and IT managers. It has also committed to a global data centre expansion to allay corporate data sovereignty concerns, with a data centre planned for the UK next year. It is not the only firm threatening the dominance of AWS.

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    5. AWS announces three new AI and machine learning services for customers | Cloud Computing | Computerworld UK

      AWS announces three new AI and machine learning services for customers | Cloud Computing | Computerworld UK

      Read next: Machine learning APIs and frameworks: 15 machine learning tools for data scientists and developers Finally, Lex is an open sourcing of the core engine behind Amazon’s AI assistant Alexa which will allow developers to build conversational user experiences or chatbots into web and mobile applications, including third party apps like Facebook messenger, Twilio and Slack.

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    6. Thomson creates travel search chatbot with IBM Watson

      Thomson creates travel search chatbot with IBM Watson

      Thomson creates travel search chatbot with IBM Watson Travel search tool uses Watson’s natural language processing and speech-to-text capabilities. Matthew Finnegan Matthew Finnegan is Computerworld UK editor. He joined IDG in January 2013, having spent two years writing for various online tech publications. He covers a broad range of topics affecting IT professionals, with a particular focus on cloud computing and major technology projects within UK businesses.

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    7. Ocado to replace barcode scanning with AI 'vision' to speed packing processes

      Ocado to replace barcode scanning with AI 'vision' to speed packing processes

      Data Features Ocado to replace barcode scanning with AI 'vision' to speed packing processes Online retailer is using Google cloud APIs and TensorFlow libraries to develop AI system to streamline processes in its operations Matthew Finnegan Matthew Finnegan is Computerworld UK editor. He joined IDG in January 2013, having spent two years writing for various online tech publications.

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