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Netflix and Recommender Systems

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Netflix is the world’s largest subscription streaming service. It’s an example of a recommending system and these have taken off in the last 10 years across different applications: News Websites, Computer Games, Knowledge Bases, Social Media Platforms, Stock Trading Support Systems and so on. There are many examples: YouTube, Tinder, and Amazon, BBC news. Netflix was one of the firsts to start giving their clients personal recommendations, but they had to start small like everyone else. In the presentation, I will talk about the interesting history of Netflix, go through their recommending system and delight you with some fun facts!

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