Q&A: H20’s Oleg Rogynskyy on Open Source and Machine Learning

Q&A: H20’s Oleg Rogynskyy on Open Source and Machine Learning by Sam Dean – Sep. 22, 2015Comments (0) H2O, formerly known as Oxdata, has steadily been carving out a niche with its  open source software for big data analysis and machine learning. There is a community aligned behind the company’s tools, and machine learning is a rapidly expanding field. OStatic caught up with Oleg Rogynskyy, VP of Marketing & Growth at H2O, for an interview. Here are his thoughts. Please tell us what H2O’s tools are good for, in terms of allowing organizations to make better sense of their stored data. H2O’s machine learning technology can take a vast quantity of data and reduce it to manageable, actionable insights. To illustrate, one of our customers, Cisco, uses 60,000 models to predict…


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