Monthly Archives: May 2013

Mining Twitter Sentiments within an Hour of Earth Quake in Norther California Today

An Earth Quake with a magnitude of about 5.7 in the Richter scale had just struck Northern California today. I quickly ran one of the Twitter mining and sentiment analysis program that I had developed to get various metrics of … Continue reading

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Machine Learning & Twitter Recommendation : Should I Go & Watch Gippy or Aurangazeb Movie??

I Wanted to decide on whether to go and watch Gippy or Aurangazeb movie. Both the Bollywood movies have been released recently. For fun, I wanted to choose this based on the Twitter trends and I wanted to kind of decide … Continue reading

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Amazon AWS’s role in my Data Science pursuits

In a matter if two months, I climbed to the top 1% of Kaggle by solving some very interesting problems provided by leading organisations and through applying various Machine learning techniques to Complex data. If you haven’t known about Kaggle, … Continue reading

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Cloud Based IP Video Surveillance – A demo

There is a slow and steady proliferation of IP based Video surveillance around the World. Particularly in the US and Europe where advanced wired and wireless broadband IP networks have been rapidly gaining a stronghold . My belief is that … Continue reading

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