Tag Archives: learning

Could the English language get any more confusing?

September 14, 2017

Did you know that the English language consists of over 200,000 words? Of these 200,000 words, many have the same meaning but different spelling (synonyms). Some words even have the same spelling but different meanings (homographs). Confusing, right? Let’s imagine you were talking to your colleagues about your recent trek to the coast and you… Read More »

Unchartered waters: machine learning in geoscience

July 14, 2017

I’m still riding the tide of new information that swept over me at this year’s EAGE (European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers) conference in Paris last month. This wave of change was obvious for those that looked, but many still didn’t see it for what it is: the future. I’m talking about machine learning (ML)… Read More »

Maybe you can’t machine learn everything – but does that mean you shouldn’t try?

July 10, 2017

  I just got back from the EAGE, the 79th annual European conference and exhibition for Geoscience and Engineering. But what I actually want to tell you about is what I did on the weekend before the conference started. A few of us from Teradata joined a slightly more recent tradition – the Subsurface Hackathon… Read More »