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Re: The Future Of Machine Learning In Nigeria by odizeey(m): 8:53pm On Jan 13
bugzy84:


PM me and I may be in a position to help with SAS 9.1 Base
hi please I need help with the sas my computer can't handle pythons anaconda and Rstudio.
Re: The Future Of Machine Learning In Nigeria by bugzy84: 5:16am On Jan 15
odizeey:
hi please I need help with the sas my computer can't handle pythons anaconda and Rstudio.

Hi I have SAS 9.1 Base however it only works on 32 bit versions of Windows 7 XP and Vista (I haven’t tried it on Windows 8 and above).

If you have an older 32 bit computer, we can have a file transfer via Dropbox.
Re: The Future Of Machine Learning In Nigeria by odizeey(m): 8:09am On Jan 15
bugzy84:


Hi I have SAS 9.1 Base however it only works on 32 bit versions of Windows 7 XP and Vista (I haven’t tried it on Windows 8 and above).

If you have an older 32 bit computer, we can have a file transfer via Dropbox.
I use Windows 8
Re: The Future Of Machine Learning In Nigeria by bugzy84: 1:16pm On Jan 16
odizeey:
I use Windows 8

If it’s 32bit it may work. We can still effect the file transfer if you’re still interested.
Re: The Future Of Machine Learning In Nigeria by odizeey(m): 1:43pm On Jan 16
bugzy84:


If it’s 32bit it may work. We can still effect the file transfer if you’re still interested.
let's try it
Re: The Future Of Machine Learning In Nigeria by wane01(m): 9:37am On Jan 17
bugzy84:


Hi I have SAS 9.1 Base however it only works on 32 bit versions of Windows 7 XP and Vista (I haven’t tried it on Windows 8 and above).

If you have an older 32 bit computer, we can have a file transfer via Dropbox.
I use a 64bit buh i need dat stuff...
Ave checked pirate bay buh no comprehensive results
Re: The Future Of Machine Learning In Nigeria by bugzy84: 1:51pm On Jan 19
odizeey:
let's try it

Okay let’s give it a go then
Re: The Future Of Machine Learning In Nigeria by bugzy84: 1:52pm On Jan 19
wane01:

I use a 64bit buh i need dat stuff...
Ave checked pirate bay buh no comprehensive results

My version (SAS 9.1) doesn’t work on 64 bit. I had to get a 32 bit computer to install it.
Re: The Future Of Machine Learning In Nigeria by bugzy84: 1:54pm On Jan 19
odizeey:
let's try it

I’ll give you details of my Dropbox account once I upload the file.
Re: The Future Of Machine Learning In Nigeria by odizeey(m): 2:35pm On Jan 19
bugzy84:


I’ll give you details of my Dropbox account once I upload the file.
ok. Thanks.
Re: The Future Of Machine Learning In Nigeria by bugzy84: 5:33pm On Jan 19
odizeey:
ok. Thanks.

I have the file in my Dropbox.
Re: The Future Of Machine Learning In Nigeria by bugzy84: 5:41pm On Jan 19
odizeey:
ok. Thanks.

I have PM'd you - please send an email so I can send you details for my Dropbox account.
Re: The Future Of Machine Learning In Nigeria by odizeey(m): 7:59pm On Jan 19
bugzy84:


I have PM'd you - please send an email so I can send you details for my Dropbox account.
my message is not going through. My mail is odizeeplatform@gmail.com
Re: The Future Of Machine Learning In Nigeria by bugzy84: 9:54pm On Jan 19
odizeey:
my message is not going through. My mail is odizeeplatform@gmail.com

I’ve sent you the details via email. I hope it works on Windows 8; if it doesn’t try it on a Windows 7, XP or Vista. The critical factor is it has to be a 32 bit operating system.
Re: The Future Of Machine Learning In Nigeria by tollyboy5(m): 1:30am
Can Machines think?
The question above was postulated by one of the greatest scientists of the 20th century, Alan Turing. The question forced computer scientists to think of ways to handle machines. They trained machines using data sets and the machines were able to make logical deductions from the data it had been given. It led to the development of neural networks.
It wasn't much of a success then because of the lack of adequate data and less computational power of the machines but now we have the data and we have the machines. Developed countries are already using it to improve the quality of their lives.
Lots of people here in Nigeria limit the definition of Computer science to the development of apps and websites, forgetting that it is just a part.
I created this thread to ask about the future of machine learning in Nigeria. It can be used to solve a wide variety of problems from finance, health etc.
Do we have experts in the field here in Nigeria? Do we have beginners here as well? I'm also a beginner.
Let's identify ourselves and have a talk
This machine learning of a thing lets create a telegram group so that others can learn. Looking for tread is nt cool
Re: The Future Of Machine Learning In Nigeria by odizeey(m): 7:59am
bugzy84:


I’ve sent you the details via email. I hope it works on Windows 8; if it doesn’t try it on a Windows 7, XP or Vista. The critical factor is it has to be a 32 bit operating system.
ok thanks
Re: The Future Of Machine Learning In Nigeria by bugzy84: 8:26am
odizeey:
ok thanks

No worries- please confirm if it worked or not.

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