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Toby Segaran is the author of Programming Collective Intelligence, a very popular O'Reilly title. He was the founder of Incellico, a biotech software company later acquired by Genstruct. He currently holds the title of Data Magnate at Metaweb Technologies and is a frequent speaker at technology conferences.
My first introduction to both Python and Machine Learning. One of my most used books. It is so worn I may have to get another copy which I would do without hesitation.Published 1 month ago by Robert Hodgson
perfect and exactly what I wanted. My interests are with AI and wireless networks and algorithms and software languages. This is exampled in python but covers much more ground. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Misss. J. E. X. N. Read
Was one of the first books I read related to Machine Learning - was a lucky guess - it has helped bring me up to speed and made the other books a lot easier to comprehend. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Joshua Newnham
The book is very short, concise, cryptic sometimes and it contains lots of mistakes (in the code and typos in the text content).Published 22 months ago by Michele Filannino
A few people complained about there beeing too little maths in the book, and I would agree. Instead the author explains or at least tries to explain by example and uses python code... Read morePublished on 24 July 2011 by Md Sykora
Most of the similar material on the web is difficult to read and learn with heavy mathematic bias but not this one. Very nice examples with complete Python-implementation. Read morePublished on 13 Sept. 2010 by J.Makelainen
It is useful for providing insight into various algo's and does include a lot of sample code. The sample code is just that and not something you could copy and paste, tweak and use... Read morePublished on 24 Aug. 2010 by richardyeo
Whilst the book starts out positively enough (hence the 1 review star), it quickly degenerates into a rambling disorganised text that neither adequately covers collective... Read morePublished on 7 Aug. 2009 by Zac