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Introducing Machine Learning for Spatial Data Analysis via @analyticsvidhya

In our material today, we will specifically focus on spatial analysis.

Read the full article here: https://trustinsights.news/cey25

Importance of Teaching Data Science in Computer Science Programs via @ryankhgb

Computer programming has grown to become one of the valuable subjects in every kids’ education. However, while there is a high demand for programming skills in the current digital age, the growing sophistication of artificial intelligence has increasingly overtaken routine coding opportunities.

Read the full article here: https://trustinsights.news/21qqh

How to frame the right questions to be answered using data via @kdnuggets

The quality of any analysis performed on data depends on your ability to frame the right questions.

Read the full article here: https://trustinsights.news/kqew7

LGN, which helps companies deploy AI at scale, raises $2M via @venturebeat

Much of the remaining time is spent on feature engineering, or the process of using domain knowledge to extract features from input data.

Read the full article: https://trustinsights.news/hu26y

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