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Operationalizing AI

When AI practitioners talk about taking their machine learning models and deploying them into real-world environments, they don’t call it deployment. Instead the term that’s used is “operationalizing”. This might be confusing for traditional IT operations managers and applications developers. Why don’t we deploy or put into production AI models? What does AI operationalization mean…
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Roundup Of Machine Learning Forecasts And Market Estimates, 2020

Roundup Of Machine Learning Forecasts And Market Estimates, 2020

IDC predicts spending on AI systems will reach $97.9B in 2023, more than two and one-half times the $37.5B that will be spent in 2019. 75% of Netflix users select films recommended to them by the company’s machine learning algorithms. The global machine learning market was valued at $1.58B in 2017 and is expected to reach…
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Google CEO calls for regulation of artificial intelligence

Google CEO calls for regulation of artificial intelligence

LONDON — Google’s chief executive called Monday for a balanced approach to regulating artificial intelligence, telling a European audience that the technology brings benefits but also “negative consequences.” Sundar Pichai’s comments come as lawmakers and governments seriously consider putting limits on how artificial intelligence is used. “There is no question in my mind that artificial…
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Going Beyond Machine Learning To Machine Reasoning

Going Beyond Machine Learning To Machine Reasoning

Machine Learning – The conversation around Artificial Intelligence usually revolves around technology-focused topics: machine learning, conversational interfaces, autonomous agents, and other aspects of data science, math, and implementation. However, the history and evolution of AI is more than just a technology story. The story of AI is also inextricably linked with waves of innovation and…
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Artificial intelligence has come to medicine. Are patients being put at risk?

Artificial intelligence has come to medicine. Are patients being put at risk?

Health products powered by artificial intelligence are streaming into our lives, from virtual doctor apps to wearable sensors and drugstore chatbots. IBM boasted that its AI could “outthink cancer.” Others say computer systems that read X-rays will make radiologists obsolete. AI can help doctors interpret MRIs of the heart, CT scans of the head and…
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Amazon Makes Machine Learning More Accessible To Developers

Amazon Makes Machine Learning More Accessible To Developers

Amazon has recently announced that they have reached a new milestone in machine learning improvement. The company has proudly announced a brand new approach that will bring machine learning technology closer to developers across the globe. Besides their already impressive collection of tools for the development of machine learning models, Amazon has now placed a…
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The 10 Best Examples Of How AI Is Already Used In Our Everyday Life

The 10 Best Examples Of How AI Is Already Used In Our Everyday Life

When you hear news about artificial intelligence (AI), it might be easy to assume it has nothing to do with you. You might imagine that artificial intelligence is only something the big tech giants are focused on, and that AI doesn’t impact your everyday life. In reality, artificial intelligence is encountered by most people from…
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There’s No Such Thing As The Machine Learning Platform

There’s No Such Thing As The Machine Learning Platform

In the past few years, you might have noticed the increasing pace at which vendors are rolling out “platforms” that serve the AI ecosystem, namely addressing data science and machine learning (ML) needs. The “Data Science Platform” and “Machine Learning Platform” are at the front lines of the battle for the mind share and wallets…
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Artificial intelligence will help determine if you get your next job

Artificial intelligence will help determine if you get your next job

AI is being used to attract applicants and to predict a candidate’s fit for a position. But is it up to the task? With parents using artificial intelligence to scan prospective babysitters’ social media and an endless slew of articles explaining how your résumé can “beat the bots,” you might be wondering whether a robot…
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Machine learning could transform medicine. Should we let it?

Machine learning could transform medicine. Should we let it?

Machine learning is starting to take over analyzing medical images. But AI tools also raise worrying questions because they solve problems in ways that humans can’t always follow. In clinics around the world, a type of artificial intelligence called deep learning is starting to supplement or replace humans in common tasks such as analyzing medical…
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