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The Rise of the Algorithmic Medium
Algorithms are the new medium between people and people, people and data, data and data.
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Algorithmic detection of specialization in online conversations

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BayesiaLab 5.0: Analytics, Data Mining, Modeling & Simulation

BayesiaLab 5.0: Analytics, Data Mining, Modeling & Simulation | The Rise of the Algorithmic Medium | Scoop.it
The leading software for knowledge management and analytics with Bayesian networks.
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luiy's curator insight, October 5, 2013 7:43 AM

BayesiaLab is a powerful desktop application (Windows/Mac/Unix) for knowledge discovery, data mining, analytics, predictive modeling and simulation - all based on the paradigm of Bayesian networks. Bayesian networks have become a very powerful tool for deep understanding of very complex, high-dimensional problem domains, ranging from bioinformatics to marketing science.

BayesiaLab is the world’s only comprehensive software package for learning, editing and analyzing Bayesian networks. It provides perhaps the easiest way to practically apply artificial intelligence tools, thus transforming and, more importantly, massively accelerating research workflows.

Fàtima Galan's curator insight, October 7, 2013 3:53 AM

"BayesiaLab is a powerful desktop application (Windows/Mac/Unix) for knowledge discovery, data mining, analytics, predictive modeling and simulation - all based on the paradigm of Bayesian networks. Bayesian networks have become a very powerful tool for deep understanding of very complex, high-dimensional problem domains, ranging from bioinformatics to marketing science."

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World's first development of bio-inspired 'Yuragi' algorithm for network virtualization

World's first development of bio-inspired 'Yuragi' algorithm for network virtualization | The Rise of the Algorithmic Medium | Scoop.it
Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation, Osaka University, and The University of Electro-Communications have developed a biologically-inspired 'Yuragi (fluctuations)' algorithm for virtual network control technology.
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As each virtual network is able to autonomously compute nearly optimal route or network topology, the computation time is much faster compared to conventional optimization technologies and ensure adaptability to unexpected environmental changes

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2013-01-world-bio-inspired-yuragi-algorithm-network.html#jCp
As each virtual network is able to autonomously compute nearly optimal route or network topology, the computation time is much faster compared to conventional optimization technologies and ensure adaptability to unexpected environmental changes.

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2013-01-world-bio-inspired-yuragi-algorithm-network.html#jCp
As each virtual network is able to autonomously compute nearly optimal route or network topology, the computation time is much faster compared to conventional optimization technologies and ensure adaptability to unexpected environmental changes.

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2013-01-world-bio-inspired-yuragi-algorithm-network.html#jCp
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This Stanford team is reinventing the entire Internet for just $10M

This Stanford team is reinventing the entire Internet for just $10M | The Rise of the Algorithmic Medium | Scoop.it
If anyone tries to tell you that government grants play no role in technology innovation, point them to the field of software-defined networking. And soon, you might be able to point them to open s...
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An Introduction to Bayesian Networks with Jayes | Codetrails

An Introduction to Bayesian Networks with Jayes | Codetrails | The Rise of the Algorithmic Medium | Scoop.it
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