Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino insisted Chelsea had not surprised him by playing Kurt Zouma in midfield for the Capital One Cup final.The centre-back was pushed further forward to compensate for the suspended Nemanja Matic, with Blues boss Jose Mourinho suggesting the tactic had caught Tottenham unaware.But Pochettino denied it was a strategic masterstroke which gave Chelsea the upper hand ahead of their 2-0 victory.He said: “They didn’t surprise me. We knew they wouldn’t play Cesc [Fabregas] and Ramires before the game.“We knew they might play Zouma or [Gary] Cahill there, so it wasn’t a surprise for me.“We stuck to our style and our philosophy and we need to take a lot of positives.“We have a very young squad – 23-year-old average age on the pitch – and the way we played showed we will play a lot of finals in the next few years.”Pochettino also believed his side started and finished the game the stronger side but paid the price for allowing John Terry’s opener on the stroke of half-time.He said: “First half we were better than Chelsea but we were unlucky to concede the goal we did.“We finished the game stronger than them. In the last 10 minutes we created many chances. If we score we’re in the game, but that is football.”Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
Tags:#web Related Posts Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting leela cyd ross In today’s lineup of companies that earned venture capital funding, we’ve got a site to manage buying and selling tickets to a large or small event, a mobile network focused on growing in developing parts of the world and a video production system for editing HD and standard definition video, among several others. As usual, we’re curious about which company you think will impact our lives the most? And, read on to find out about Friday’s poll winner.Friday’s Poll winner was RadiumOne, garnering %14 of participating RWW readers’ vote. RadiumOne, a digital advertising network which uses social analytics and data to target consumers, raised $21m on Friday. Today’s Companies:Pittsburg-based event-ticketing company, ShowClix, raised $1.65m in a Series B round of funding today. The aim of this company is to provide a ticketing platform for mid to large size promoters, venues and organizers for sales and management.Altobridge, a mobile network focused on emerging markets in developing parts of the world,raised $12m. Broadcast Pix Inc., a Massachusetts-based video-production equipment manufacturer, raised $810,000, according to an SEC filing. Digitili provider of online storage, raised $1.2m today, according to an SEC filing. UpNext Wireless sells an array of mobile devices, with a focus on bringing telecommunication technology to the people of the Hawaiian Islands. UpNext Wireless raised $556,800, according to an SEC filing.We want to know which company you think will change the world, place your vote in the poll below. A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market
Six local authorities across five parishes have been selected to participate in a project geared at stimulating economic development at the community level.This is under the Caribbean Local Economic Development Project (CARILED), which is a six-year programme funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Development, Canada (DFATD). It is focused on stimulating sustainable local economic development in the Caribbean region.Jamaica is one of seven Caribbean countries selected to benefit under the initiative, through six local authorities, namely, the Kingston and St. Andrew Corporation (KSAC); the St. Catherine, Clarendon, Manchester, and Westmoreland parish councils; and the Portmore Municipal Council.Minister of Local Government and Community Development, Hon. Arscott, said the initiative is aimed at mobilising and using primarily local resources, assets and institutions to stimulate economic growth in communities.He was speaking September 26 at a one-day Local Government symposium at the University of the West Indies (UWI) Regional Headquarters in St. Andrew, to introduce elected officials to the concept of local economic development and to sensitise them of their roles.The Minister informed JIS News that very tangible economic development projects will be pursued in all six local authorities under the proposed initiative.“Several very unique projects will be identified by the respective communities. For example, the KSAC has already identified a project where they are collecting plastic bottles and compacting them for export. This is part of a recycling programme to help relieve the city and the landfill of these large quantities of plastic bottles,” he stated.He also informed that in Clarendon, residents have identified a project to further take advantage of the many benefits of the Milk River Spa.“This project will be implemented in collaboration with the Tourism Enhancement Fund and seeks to create a nucleus of activities utilising the river, flora and fauna. We will be creating a cactus park and setting up a bed and breakfast to complement the rooms already in the hotels, among other things,” Mr. Arscott disclosed.The Minister noted that the CARILED project is very timely, as it comes at a time when the Government of Jamaica has identified local economic development as a strategic policy intervention.Mayor of Kingston and St. Andrew, Senator Angela Brown-Burke, stated that stimulating economic development in the micro and small business sector is one of the keys to creating lasting economic growth on a national scale.She said the CARILED project also presents a unique opportunity to further include Jamaica’s youth population in national development.Head of Aid, DFATD, Marie Legault, pledged that the Canadian Government will continue to provide technical and financial assistance to Jamaica and the rest of the region in the area of economic growth.She noted that in this vein the Government has earmarked an investment of US$600 million over a period of 12 years for the Caribbean to focus on this priority area.Ms. Legault informed that CARILED forms part of this pledge and is geared towards revitalising local communities and local businesses.Launched in 2012, CARILED is headquartered in Trinidad and Tobago with sub-offices in St. Lucia and Ottawa, Canada.The project is being implemented by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) in partnership with the Commonwealth Local Government Forum (CLGF), the Caribbean Association of Local Government Authorities (CALGA) and the Caribbean Federation of Local Government Ministers (CFLGM).It aims to partner with 50 local government authorities to support the growth and development of 500 micro, small and medium enterprises. CARILED is a six-year programme funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Development, Canada. Jamaica is one of seven Caribbean countries selected to benefit under the initiative. It is focused on stimulating sustainable local economic development in the Caribbean region. Story Highlights
FraudBuster is a new data-driven approach designed to help insurers in high fraud rate markets, such as the automobile insurance market, proactively identify risk and reduce fraud. The unique design and deployment of FraudBuster is described in an article in Big Data. Citation: Can FraudBuster help insurers use big data to combat fraud? (2018, April 16) retrieved 18 July 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2018-04-fraudbuster-big-combat-fraud.html More information: Saurabh Nagrecha et al, FraudBuster: Reducing Fraud in an Auto Insurance Market, Big Data (2018). DOI: 10.1089/big.2017.0083 Explore further Credit: Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers Pain of rejection makes us more likely to commit fraud Provided by Mary Ann Liebert, Inc The Special Issue on Profit-Driven Analytics was led by Guest Editors Bart Baesens (KU Leuven, Belgium), Wouter Verbeke (Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium), and Cristián Bravo (University of Southampton, U.K.).In the article entitled “FraudBuster: Reducing Fraud in an Auto Insurance Market,” Saurabh Nagrecha, Reid Johnson and Nitesh Chawla, University of Notre Dame, IN, described how their novel approach focused on proactively predicting bad risks at the underwriting stage, rather than waiting until a claim is filed to identify fraud. The authors showed that while FraudBuster cannot predict which drivers are likely to get into an accident and commit fraud, it can help identify drivers that are unprofitable and are likely to be fraudulent risks.The special issue also features the article “A Literature Survey and Experimental Evaluation of the State-of-the-Art in Uplift Modeling; A Stepping Stone Toward the Development of Prescriptive Analytics,” by Floris Devriendt and Wouter Verbeke, Vrije Universiteit Brussel and Darie Moldovan, Babe?-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania. In this article the researchers provide an extensive comparative overview of the different approaches to uplift modeling. They perform an experimental evaluation of four real-world data sets to demonstrate the advantages and limitations of different uplift models, which are used to estimate the effect of a strategy, such as a direct marketing campaign, on the outcome based on identified control variables. This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only.