Yahoo makes its largest-ever machine learning dataset available for researchers

Yahoo has just announced the release of its largest-ever machine learning dataset that weighs 13.5TB. The dataset is completely anonymised and consists of millions of users who visit its news website. The interaction data, collected during February-May 2015 of about 20 million users, includes the Yahoo homepage, news, sports, finance, movies and real estate. In addition to the interaction data, the dataset contains demographic information such as age, gender and geographic data. Yahoo is also releasing the titles, summaries and key-phrases of the news articles. Yahoo is not the only tech major to release its large-scale database. In November 2015, Google released its machine learning technology called TensorFlow that powers a number of products such as Google Photo search, speech recognition in Google apps and Smart Reply feature for its…


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