The ML Surprise

Peter Norvig points to the ML “surprise” described in Josh Cogan’s article “The Surprising Truth About What it Takes to Build a Machine Learning Product“:  “Optimizing an ML algorithm takes much less relative effort, but collecting data, building infrastructure, and integration each take much more work. The differences between expectations and reality are profound.” Link

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