Pranav Dar — Updated On February 26th, 2018
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Over the last 4 years, Analytics Vidhya has played a huge role in spreading analytics and data science knowledge among professionals and learners. But one of the things, our readers constantly wanted to learn was recent developments in industry i.e. what technology is being applied where to create a real life impact.

I am really excited to present you AVBytes! AVBytes will keep you updated with all the major developments and advancements in the world of #AI, #MachineLearning & #DataScience, across the globe!

In addition to the news, we will also add our take on that particular development.

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Below is a round-up of all the happenings in the last week. Click on each title to read the full article.

The above AVBytes were published from 17th to 25th Feb 2018.

What’s your take on these? What do you think of this new initiative? What would you want us to cover more as part of AVBytes. Let us know in the comments below.


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Pranav Dar
Pranav Dar

Senior Editor at Analytics Vidhya. Data visualization practitioner who loves reading and delving deeper into the data science and machine learning arts. Always looking for new ways to improve processes using ML and AI.

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3 thoughts on "AVBytes: Developments this week – Automated Feature Engineering, Baidu’s voice cloning AI, JupyterLab Release, Google’s Heart Disease Predicting AI, etc."

ankit gupta
ankit gupta says: February 26, 2018 at 2:50 pm
This website is really awesome and content is too awesome ,it really helpful to update about new tech news of A.I. ,its learning path is too much awesome which give direction that how to learn . Reply
Marshall J Keyes, MD
Marshall J Keyes, MD says: February 27, 2018 at 11:26 am
Is AV going to have a meeting\ conference in India? If so, when? Thanks. Reply
Pranav Dar
Pranav Dar says: February 27, 2018 at 5:48 pm
Hi Marshall, We keep hosting meet ups at regular intervals in various Indian cities. The next one is on March 10th in Hyderabad. You can check out all other meet-ups on our Data Hack page: Reply

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