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Get started with Data-Driven, Intelligent Apps with SQL Server

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Large Scale Decision Forests: Lessons Learned

Learn how Sift Science devised a fraud detection modeling stack that is able to adapt to individual customers while simultaneously delivering a great experience for new customers, all achieved by mixing the output from a “global” model with the output from a customer’s individualized model.

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