In order to derive value from data, the effectiveness of your models—whether predictive analytics, clustering, Bayesian belief networks, or regression models—depends directly on the features used, which is itself dependent on the input data sources consumed for the purpose. To solve this problem, Sridhar Alla and Syed Nasar implemented modules to define the properties of the data being consumed, detect anomalies in the data, and report it, enabling stakeholders to take corrective action.
Sridhar and Syed explore deep learning neural networks and share techniques you can use to detect anomalies in data. Specifically, they demonstrate how to use NVIDIA GPUs , Keras, and TensorFlow with Python 3.6 to push the limits on the amount of data that can be profiled and anomalies detected and explain how they used similar techniques on time series data, using LSTM. You’ll also learn about deep learning-based autoencoders, unsupervised clustering, and density-based methods.
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Sridhar Alla is a cofounder and CTO at BlueWhale, which brings together the worlds of big data and artificial intelligence to provide comprehensive solutions to meet the business needs of organizations of all sizes. He and his team are cloud and tool agnostic and strive to embed themselves into the work stream to provide strategic and technical assistance. Sridhar is also an avid speaker, author, and coach. He lives in southern New Jersey with his wife and daughter.
Syed Nasar is a solutions architect at Cloudera. As a big data and machine learning professional, his expertise extends to artificial intelligence, machine learning, and computer vision, and he has worked with a number of enterprises in bridging big data technologies with advanced statistical analysis, machine learning, and deep learning to create high-quality data products and intelligent systems that drive strategy and investment decisions. Syed is a founder of the Nashville Artificial Intelligence Society. His research interests include NLP, deep learning (mainly RNN and GAN), distributed systems, machine learning at scale, and emerging technologies. He is the founder of Nashville Artificial Intelligence Society. He holds a master’s degree in interactive intelligence from the Georgia Institute of Technology.
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