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A retail company wants to combine its customer orders with the product description data from its product catalog. The structure and format of the records in each dataset is different. A data analyst tried to use a spreadsheet to combine the datasets, but the effort resulted in duplicate records and records that were not properly combined. The company needs a solution that it can use to combine similar records from the two datasets and remove any duplicates.
Which solution will meet these requirements?
A data scientist is using the Amazon SageMaker Neural Topic Model (NTM) algorithm to build a model that recommends tags from blog posts. The raw blog post data is stored in an Amazon S3 bucket in JSON format. During model evaluation, the data scientist discovered that the model recommends certain stopwords such as "a," "an,” and "the" as tags to certain blog posts, along with a few rare words that are present only in certain blog entries. After a few iterations of tag review with the content team, the data scientist notices that the rare words are unusual but feasible. The data scientist also must ensure that the tag recommendations of the generated model do not include the stopwords.
What should the data scientist do to meet these requirements?
A data scientist must build a custom recommendation model in Amazon SageMaker for an online retail company. Due to the nature of the company's products, customers buy only 4-5 products every 5-10 years. So, the company relies on a steady stream of new customers. When a new customer signs up, the company collects data on the customer's preferences. Below is a sample of the data available to the data scientist.
How should the data scientist split the dataset into a training and test set for this use case?
A Machine Learning Specialist is working for a credit card processing company and receives an unbalanced dataset containing credit card transactions. It contains 99,000 valid transactions and 1,000 fraudulent transactions The Specialist is asked to score a model that was run against the dataset The Specialist has been advised that identifying valid transactions is equally as important as identifying fraudulent transactions
What metric is BEST suited to score the model?
A company offers an online shopping service to its customers. The company wants to enhance the site’s security by requesting additional information when customers access the site from locations that are different from their normal location. The company wants to update the process to call a machine learning (ML) model to determine when additional information should be requested.
The company has several terabytes of data from its existing ecommerce web servers containing the source IP addresses for each request made to the web server. For authenticated requests, the records also contain the login name of the requesting user.
Which approach should an ML specialist take to implement the new security feature in the web application?