MIT’s Data Science Machine Is All Good Without Humans

The world’s generating data at unthinkable speed and computer engineers have a new big challenge to face – analysing it all to make the data meaningful and useful. Typical big data analysis requires human intuition to tell the computer which ‘feature’ of the data to analyse to find out hidden patterns that can be used to make future predictions. For example, let’s say you are analysing how people click on ‘like’ button throughout the week on Facebook; you will have to inform the computer that it’s actually the span between the two likes that matters more over the number of likes.A team of engineers from MIT wants the machines to be completely independent of human intervention and have developed a “Data Science Machine”. This new machine is capable of figuring‚Ķ

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