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The Big Book of Machine Learning Use Cases
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  • Title: The Big Book of Machine Learning Use Cases
  • Author(s) Databricks
  • Publisher: Databricks
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  • eBook: PDF
  • Language: English
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Book Description

The world of machine learning is evolving so quickly that it's challenging to find real-world use cases that are relevant to what you're working on.

That's why we collected these technical blogs from industry thought leaders with practical use cases you can leverage today. This how-to reference guide provides everything you need - including code samples and notebooks - to start putting Machine Learning to work.

  • Use dynamic time warping and MLflow to detect sales trends series
  • Perform multivariate time series forecasting with recurrent neural networks
  • Access new product capabilities with demos
  • Detect financial fraud at scale with decision trees and other Machine Learning technologies.
About the Authors
  • Databricks is the data and AI company.
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