We recently looked at Quantum Computing value proposition. We then looked at scenarios where Quantum Computing would have a big impact. Quantum Computer can solve some problems by several order of magnitude. This brings today’s intractable problems to be easy to solve tomorrow. The key reason for this computation power is Quantum Superposition. In this … More Quantum Computing – How does it scale?
Let’s talk about Service Level Agreement (SLA) of your solution in Azure. Hal Berenson wrote a great article about SLA lately. It is a great conceptual background for the present today. Here we want to focus on how you should proceed to come up with an SLA for your solution. Although we are going to … More Solution SLAs in Azure
I previously talked about the curse of dimensionality (more than 2 years ago) related to Machine Learning. Here I wanted to discuss it in more depth and dive into the mathematics of it. High dimensions might sound like Physics’ string theory where our universe is made of more than 4 dimensions. This isn’t what we … More Hyperspheres & the curse of dimensionality
Unless you graduated in art, chances are you did a course in Statistics. Chances are you hated it. Most people I know postponed that course until the end of their degree, didn’t understand much about it and hated it dearly. I didn’t like it either and understood very little. A few years later when I … More What is Statistics and why should you care?
I often try to explain what Machine Learning is to people outside the field. I’m not always good at it but I am getting better. One of the confusion I often get when I start to elaborate the details is the presence of statistics in Machine Learning. For people outside the field, statistics are the … More Where is the statistics in Machine Learning?