Our strategy for building products

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When we started building our product, we focused on the Recommender engine and Segmentation. As a startup, we embraced agility and focus on the market. At the beginning of 2020, we decided that our product must become a reflection of our team. Then we said it must be a “no bullshit” product, agile or, in …

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A closer view on Data Science Delivery

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According to Gartner, only 15% to 20% of data science projects get completed. Of those projects that did complete, CEOs say that only about 8% of them generate value. Despite these facts, data science is still considered as an opportunity for business growth. These facts are something that always lingers in the back of everyone’s …

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Be one step ahead: Solver AI Suite short overview

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Intro and motivation In the beginning, it started as the three separate projects. The first one for managing machine learning models known as MoMa, the second one for forecasting using multiple models to give the best results (Fibi), and the third one was a business solution for segmentation and recommender system with personalized view and …

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AI for eCommerce: How to use Visual Search

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Lately we’ve been hearing different kinds of buzzwords all the time – ‘deep learning’, ‘neural networks’, ‘computer vision’, ‘artificial intelligence’… But the explanation of each one of them is actually not so simple. Still, it’s not hard to understand the main concepts of them in order to use it in some real-world applications. One of …

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Things Solver has joined forces with Asseco SEE Group

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This confirms Things Solver’s strategy to continuously enhance its solutions and offer the most advanced products and services to customers Joining forces with the established IT partner ASEE, together we will accelerate the development of existing and new products based on advanced analytics and data processing. We are happy to embark on this new journey, …

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How to model better recommendations in Covid time?

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Needs in the IT sector are constantly changing. After Coronavirus hit us unexpectedly, this is true, more than ever. In order to keep distance from each other, we were forced to limit all our activities that can’t be done online. At first, this was shocking and we weren’t prepared for such change. But when we …

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Friday talks: EDA done right

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Main challenges  Although EDA is often observed as an initial step which should be straightforward, there are some challenges that could slow down and make this process poor and painful. Some of the challenges I have encountered so far are listed below.  Poorly defined business problem (and not having the understanding of it). Not having …

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HOW TO START WITH DATA SCIENCE?

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After participating in a meetup at the end of March, subjected “Data Science – what is it?”, a lot of people contacted me to send them some introductory materials to help them get started with learning. It took me a long time to sit down and start compiling a list, because there are many sources, …

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INTUITION vs. DATA

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Our company – Things Solver, helps clients make better decisions by analyzing relevant data. During analysis of the data, we often notice significant differences between what our clients would intuitively decide and what their data tells them to do. One striking example of a gap between our perception and reality is the state of the …

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How the Big Data Won the Hearts in Telecommunications

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The fact that there is a deep connection between the telecommunications and Big Data is very clear – the main task for telecommunications is in exchanging data. Since the amount of data has enormously increased in the modern era, the experts in telecommunication companies needed some help from the specialised experts. The need for the …

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Recommender Systems and Banks: Precious Recommendation

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The client’s path, from conceiving an idea to making it a project in the bank, used to be clear, but unpredictable. It involved a potentially noticed ad or the client’s own idea, a visit to the bank counter in person and the more or less successful deal with the bank. It was very time consuming, …

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Big Data and Banking: How Our Data Protects Us

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Some of the main tasks for the bankers are, among others, keeping, preserving, deriving more from less, taking the best out of what the clients deposit to them, with great confidence and trust. Almost the same definition could be applied to the Data Scientists dealing with the big data. They also deal with keeping, preserving, …

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Why the Telco Industry seems destined for Big Data

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A man is defined in numerous scientific ways, but one definition seems unchanged since the beginning of time. The man is the creature that communicates – from the first attempt to speak, till the last tale told to grandchildren. “The telecommunications are defined as the exchange of the information between the source and the destination, …

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Success Formula: Science, Business and Programming

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In every business, the ultimate dream is the one about the magic success formula. The search for ingredients is very extensive, but they often live next door. So now the greater „magic” becomes the question of using, understanding and connecting those dots. That „magic” even has a name. „Data Science is actually the applied science …

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