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Kaushik Pal

Kaushik is a technical architect with 15 years of experience in enterprise applications and product development. He has expertise in Web technologies, architecture/design, Java/J2EE, open source and Hadoop/big data technologies.
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Automation: The Future of Data Science and Machine Learning?

Data scientists have traditionally been called upon to interpret big data, but with advances in machine learning, will the role of data scientist begin to disappear?

How Natural Language Processing Can Improve Business Insights

Natural language processing (NLP) allows a system to analyze social media posts, emails and a host of other data not in standardized formats. This can greatly improve sentiment analysis, leading to better understanding of customers.

The Debate Between R and Python

R and Python are both commonly used in data science, but is one superior to the other? Here we examine the two and their traits.
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