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Open FinTech
At Open FinTech Forum, Spotcap's Bruce Brenkus provides insight into the company's approach to credit risk assessment using text mining and machine learning.

Using Text Mining and Machine Learning to Enhance the Credit Risk Assessment Process

Advances in technology have instigated a substantial shift in consumer expectations. Today’s financial services customers demand access to a range of services, real-time updates and a seamless customer experience. At Open FinTech Forum, I will provide some insight into Spotcap’s approach to credit...
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An Overview of Cryptocurrency Consensus Algorithms

As explained by TechTarget, “A consensus algorithm is a process in computer science used to achieve agreement on a single data value among distributed processes or systems. Consensus algorithms are designed to achieve reliability in a network involving multiple unreliable nodes. Solving that issue...
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Understanding Feature Engineering (Part 1) — Continuous Numeric Data

Any intelligent system regardless of complexity needs to be powered by data. At the heart of any intelligent system, we have one or more algorithms based on machine learning, deep learning or statistical methods which consume this data to gather knowledge and provide intelligent insights over a...
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Pivoting To Understand Quicksort [Part 2]

This is the second installment in a two-part series on Quicksort. If you haven’t readPart 1 of this series, I recommend checking that out first! In part 1 of this series, we walked through how the quicksort algorithm works on a high level. In case you need a quick refresher, this algorithm has two...
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A Closer Look at the ‘Learning’ Aspect of Machine Learning

This piece is the latest in a series, called “Machine Learning Is Not Magic,” covering how to get started in machine learning, using familiar tools such as Excel, Python, Jupyter Notebooks and cloud services from Azure and Amazon Web Services. Check back here each Friday for future installments. ...
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Chain of Command Example

The idea is that a cache is often first because it's so fast. We can, of course, write a giant master function with other functions.. One objective of the chain of command design pattern is to be able to write a bunch of functions that link together and form a chain of alternative implementations....
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