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What is Bayes’ Theorem

Posted on December 7, 2020December 7, 2020Categories BlogTags   Leave a comment on What is Bayes’ Theorem

What is Bayes’ Theorem? In the statistical context, Bayes’ Theorem refers to the mathematical formula that is used for calculating the probability of a certain event considering the prior knowledge related to the event. Also known as Bayes’ rule and Bayes’ law, this theorem gets its name from Thomas Bayes, a famous British mathematician. This mathematical formula helps people identify the conditional probability of an event. In simple terms, conditional probability refers to the chances of an event taking place … Continue reading “What is Bayes’ Theorem”

How does AI classify information

Posted on December 2, 2020December 7, 2020Categories BlogTags   Leave a comment on How does AI classify information

How does AI classify information? We understand that Artificial Intelligence (AI) has started playing a major role in almost every industry out there. We are also aware of the fact that Artificial Intelligence is capable of doing things like teaching individuals with the help of machine learning. However, how is it made possible? One way is through the classification of information. It is referred to as an algorithm that has been used for predicting what category specific data is known … Continue reading “How does AI classify information”

What are the Classification Metrics in AI

Posted on November 30, 2020December 7, 2020Categories BlogTags   Leave a comment on What are the Classification Metrics in AI

What are the Classification Metrics in AI? If you are not sure of justifying whether or not, it can be regarded as something similar to the fact that you wish to get something, but you are not aware of what it is. In this post, we aim covering multiple classification metrics. Classification Metrics in Artificial Intelligence Introduction to Confusion Matrix Confusion Matrix is required to be mentioned while introducing classification metrics. TP True Positive, TN True Negative, FP False Positive, … Continue reading “What are the Classification Metrics in AI”

Why is Python Programming Better for AI

Posted on November 25, 2020December 7, 2020Categories BlogTags   Leave a comment on Why is Python Programming Better for AI

Why is Python Programming Better for AI? Gone are the days when JavaScript and HTML were considered the most reliable programming languages. Nowadays, the demand for Python for artificial intelligence and machine learning projects is growing rapidly. AI is all set to transform the world into a digital place where machines can automate nearly every human task. Spotify and Netflix are the best examples of AI algorithm. These apps offer song and movie suggestions based on the user’s browsing history. … Continue reading “Why is Python Programming Better for AI”

What is the Difference between Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence

Posted on November 23, 2020December 7, 2020Categories BlogTags   Leave a comment on What is the Difference between Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence

Machine learning and artificial intelligence have become a major trend these days. Both terms are used interchangeably. It is important to note that artificial intelligence and machine learning are two different concepts.

Machine learning and artificial intelligence have become a major trend these days. Both terms are used interchangeably. It is important to note that artificial intelligence and machine learning are two different concepts.

Organizing Data: A model from nature

Posted on October 5, 2020October 5, 2020Categories Press Releases   Leave a comment on Organizing Data: A model from nature

When Tocsin Data gathers information from multiple sources it can get difficult to determine how to organize that data. Many times there are false positives within the data set that are gathered, even when a specific keyword or phrase is searched for, it can lead to unexpected results. Filtering results becomes more difficult as the internet and pool of sources expands for example, a simple search for blood type information might result in non-medical results such as the name of … Continue reading “Organizing Data: A model from nature”

Tocsin Data Formation

Posted on September 22, 2020September 23, 2020Categories Press Releases   Leave a comment on Tocsin Data Formation

Tocsin Data is pleased to announce the opening of their office in the Coquitlam, BC Canada. Tocsin Data takes great pleasure in announcing that GIM is now contracted with our firm. Dan Foscarini in conjunction with the Tocsin Data takes great pleasure in announcing the formation of 108 Blue Mountain street to serve the needs of entrepreneurs in all aspects of their business. Dan Foscarini have the pleasure of announcing the formation of Tocsin Data specializing in the Data Research … Continue reading “Tocsin Data Formation”