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Data science automates love

Tinder App is nothing new for anybody since most of us slowly accepted it in our lives but it also brings some displeasure. For instance, this guy thought that it can automate the process in the way of an app that decides if you’d like a person and start a conversation.

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Prediction Algorithms Are Catching Up

I’m coming back to writing after a short break because data science is always evolving. In this way, 2015 is promising to become a remarkable year for Big Data.

This month a new technology was introduced to public by researchers at the Ohio State University. More specific, a new privacy- preserving algorithm called Crowd-ML. This is a machine learning framework for crowdsensing systems that consists of a number of smart devices and a server. The efficiency of Crowd-ML consists in implementing sensing, learning and privacy mechanisms together, having the power to build classifiers or predictors of interest from crowdsensing data using processing capabilities of devices with formal privacy standards.

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