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The 10 Biggest Big Data News Stories Of 2019

From major acquisitions like Salesforce-Tableau, to the exploding use of AI and machine learning technologies, to increased consumer demands for data protection regulations, the headlines in the big data world in 2019 were, well, big.

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3. The Automated ML Explosion

Artificial intelligence and machine learning were hot in 2019, and probably nowhere more so than in the business analytics space. Indeed, it seemed at times that “big data analytics” and “artificial intelligence” had become synonymous.

Machine learning provides IT systems with the ability to learn and improve from experience without being programed. Trouble is, building machine learning systems and the models that support them can be a complex task that requires serious data science expertise. That has led to an explosion of automated machine learning tools, frameworks and services – offered through either automated ML products or built into existing big data systems.

Companies developing automated ML software include Aible, Big Squid, dotData, DataRobot and H2O.ai. Established big data and business analytics companies offering automated ML capabilities as part of their technology portfolios include Cloudera, Databricks, SAS and Splunk, as well as cloud platform vendors Microsoft (Azure Machine Learning) and Amazon Web Services (Amazon SageMaker).

 
 
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