Machine Learning

12 No-Code Platforms for Some DIY Machine Learning

Only 25% of organizations are using artificial intelligence (AI) in their businesses today. Why? Custom AI-enabled solutions are expensive to build, as talented data scientists are a hot commodity today and don’t come cheap. Top performers can easily command over $250,000 in annual salary, which seriously makes us question the money we wasted invested in […]

Markforged Stock – A Play on 3D Printing and AI

Deciding what to write about here on Nanalyze is pretty easy. We cover 51 different technology themes and there are 52 weeks in a year. One a week, job done. When it comes to Nanalyze Premium articles, we focus on stocks and ETFs that provide exposure to these themes with emphasis on the 28 stocks […]

Upstart Stock – A Play on AI-Powered Consumer Lending

Artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming so pervasive that it now comes in 28 different flavors, each of which has companies claiming to operate in that space. Any entrepreneur knows there’s a bit of “fake it until you make it” going on in all startups, but at some point, you need to show traction. In the […]

13 Artificial Intelligence Trends for Investors to Watch

“As soon as it works, nobody calls it AI anymore.” Those were the words of John McCarthy, a computer scientist who is considered one of the founding fathers of artificial intelligence. It makes you wonder when artificial intelligence (AI) will stop being a disruptive technology and just become something everyone uses to do things more […]

Machine Learning For Stock Trading Strategies

We spend a lot of time talking with startups that are trying to solve problems using artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning, call it what you will. In order to understand if they’re actually using machine learning to achieve a competitive advantage, we need to know if they have access to any proprietary datasets. Without […]

Why Innovation Management Matters So Much

A startup is the epitome of an innovation engine. Everyone wears many hats, and the only thing constant is change. The bigger a startup gets, the more difficult it becomes to innovate. That’s because as companies grow, processes get put in place to structure things. Soon, a human resources department gets formed, and employees don’t […]

Techion’s Microscope in The Cloud for Parasites

Parasites are unique in that they infect a living organism in order to get a free ride through life at the expense of the host. Like today’s modern-day millennial, parasites are careful not to disrupt the equilibrium too much so that they’re not kicked out and forced to fend for themselves. Since parasites consume nutrients […]

When Business Intelligence Meets Artificial Intelligence

Working in information technology is only great up until you decide to stop. While actively working in the business, you’re constantly exposed to the latest and greatest tools of the trade. Leave that domain, and suddenly you’re completely lost as to what’s hot and what’s not. Maybe it’s not even called information technology anymore (it […]

7 Wearables for Treating Mental Health Conditions

Intuitively, it seems unlikely that the human brain will ever be capable of truly understanding itself. Technology changes all that. We’re learning more and more, and some of what we’re learning may be uncomfortable to talk about. For example, there are noticeable gender differences in the human brain – like hundreds of differences. These differences may help us […]

10 Inventory Management Software Systems for Optimization

Retailers are getting smarter by the day, tidying up shelves and aisles with merchandising insights driven by machine learning algorithms. Robots can now optimize inventories at stores with self-service checkouts relaying instant information from the point of sale. Automation goes all the way to the top of the enterprise, with senior managers turning to predictive analytics tools to help them find ways […]