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Best data science tools: Data science platforms for modelling and deploying machine learning and predictive algorithms
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Reading recent media coverage, one would be forgiven for thinking those working in Artificial Intelligence are racing to create sentient robot overlords, with little regard for whether they may overthrow us and steal our jobs.
Artificial Intelligence showed some dramatic leaps in 2016, with robotics and autonomous devices gaining ground and popularity like never before. We’ve gone from the Roomba automated vacuum cleaner to self-driving cars in just a few years.