Hillary Clinton's Flawed Algorithm Pissed Off the Data Science Gods

Hillary Clinton's campaign designed an algorithm named Ada to help make strategic decisions like where to place television ads to obtain the most electoral votes for the buck, where and when to deploy Clinton and others in person for optimal influence, and when it was safe to disappear and let the media focus on her opponent, Donald Trump.

Drizzle Brings Low-Latency Streaming to Spark; but RISE Lab is Just a Change in Funding

This morning at Spark Summit Europe 2016, Ion Stoica announced during his keynote the Drizzle project, which promises to reduce streaming data latency in Spark to be less than Flink and Storm. Ion announced this in the context of the new RISE Lab at UC Berkeley.

How to Search for Websites Using WordPress

Most of the time the website using WordPress are having a particular pattern in their code section.

If someone wants to whether there is a website using WordPress or not, they just need to look for source code.

Here is the process need to be applied:

1) Open the website url in your browser.

2) Press Ctrl + U, you will see the code editor. Even the firefox users can use Firebug and inspect the code.

3) Search for the pattern -- /wp-content/ or /wp-theme/ or simply theme or WordPress.

Date your Data: A Short Data-Science Love Story

It's a Monday morning; you're in your cubicle with a cup of strong coffee. An email notification breaks the silence. You have a new message: "Hey handsome, this is Ms. BigData, a free spirit, live on this vibrant planet, would you marry me and would you like to have Modbies (Models) with me?" You may feel overwhelmed by the words, feel both flattered and at the same time uncertain. It's Monday, and you've not yet hit your stride.