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Greg Ainslie-Malik
Greg Ainslie-Malik

Greg is a recovering mathematician and part of the technical advisory team at Splunk, specialising in how to get value from machine learning and advanced analytics. Previously the product manager for Splunk’s Machine Learning Toolkit (MLTK) he helped set the strategy for machine learning in the core Splunk platform. A particular career highlight was partnering with the World Economic Forum to provide subject matter expertise on the AI Procurement in a Box project.

Before working at Splunk he spent a number of years with Deloitte and prior to that BAE Systems Detica working as a data scientist. Ahead of getting a proper job he spent way too long at university collecting degrees in maths including a PhD on “Mathematical Analysis of PWM Processes”.

When he is not at work he is usually herding his three young lads around while thinking that work is significantly more relaxing than being at home…

Leadership 5 Min Read

Predictions: a Deeper Dive into the Rise of the Machines

Here we will take a deeper look into some of the AI and automation use cases that we have seen in retail and outline some of the areas of focus to help you get started.
Leadership 7 Min Read

Predictions: AI and Automation

In this blog we predict what's to come for AI and Automation trends in 2023 and beyond!
Platform 2 Min Read

A Deeper Dive into Machine Learning at Splunk

Ever wondered where to get started with machine learning at Splunk? This blog contains links to deep dives that provide end-to-end guides for how to implement specific use cases against your own data.
Platform 5 Min Read

Cyclical Statistical Forecasts and Anomalies - Part 6

Identifying anomalies in data is the top use for machine learning in Splunk. Here we will take you through a simple method for how you can detect anomalies on your data using SPL.
Platform 3 Min Read

Getting Started with Machine Learning at Splunk

Dive into the concepts and resources to help get familiar with using the Splunk Machine Learning Toolkit, and get a look at some of the new content we’re working on to help you get more insight from your data using machine learning.
Platform 3 Min Read

Driving Data Innovation With MLTK v5.3

Read this blog to learn about the new release of Machine Learning Tool Kit (MLTK) v5.3 and how to get started find anomalies in your data!